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Premier League offers women's football £1m - Masters

BBC News Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
The Premier League offers women's football £1m to help enable the 2020-21 season to start, chief executive Richard Masters tells MPs.
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News video: Jurgen Klopp says guard of honour from Manchester City a 'nice gesture'

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Premier League Champions Liverpool will receive a guard of honour when they play rivals Manchester City. However, manager Jurgen Klopp is in no mood to ease off and has said "We will not defend the title next season, we will attack the next one."

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Pep Guardiola at a loss to explain Manchester City’s nine defeats this season [Video]

Pep Guardiola at a loss to explain Manchester City’s nine defeats this season

Pep Guardiola admits he finds it difficult to understand why his Manchester City side have lost nine Premier League games this season.A superb long-range effort by Southampton striker Che Adams saw City slip to a 1-0 loss at St Mary’s on Sunday – the first time in over five years they have been defeated in three consecutive away league games.It is the first such run of Guardiola’s entire managerial career, with Adams taking advantage of Ederson being well off his line to lob in his first-ever Premier League goal on his 25th appearance in the competition.

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Pep Guardiola at a loss to explain Man City defeats this season

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says he is struggling to understand why his side have lost nine Premier League games this season.
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Guardiola at a loss to explain Man City defeats

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says he is struggling to understand why his side have lost nine Premier League games this season.
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Jurgen Klopp not focused on records despite Liverpool return to winning ways [Video]

Jurgen Klopp not focused on records despite Liverpool return to winning ways

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insisted breaking records is not the club’s target this season after a 2-0 victory over Aston Villa took them a step closer to more landmarks. Sadio Mane’s sixth goal in as many games against Villa and a maiden Premier League strike from teenager Curtis Jones, who signed a new five-year contract on Saturday, came in the final quarter of a laboured win for the new champions over their relegation-threatened visitors. It put them within 11 points of equalling Manchester City’s 100-point tally for a season while also bringing up their 17th successive home league win this season and 24th in a row in total.

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