Why youth development is the key to Man United's future (1:29)
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5hJonathan Smith

Guardiola: Players still not over UCL heartbreak

Pep Guardiola has said his players are still not over their dramatic elimination from the Champions League quarterfinals at the hands of Spurs.

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10hESPN

Players' anti-racism social media boycott begins

David Beckham, Gareth Bale and Marcus Rashford are among those who have endorsed the PFA's 24-hour social media boycott against online racial abuse.

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Man City v. Tottenham headlines this week's Prem predictor (2:30)
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1dESPN

Salah demands change in treatment of women

Mohamed Salah, who was named among Time magazine's 100 most influential people, has called on men in his culture to treat women with more respect.

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5hMichael Cox

Why Firmino is so important to Liverpool

Barcelona's motto is "more than a club" but, in Firmino, Liverpool have "more than a striker." He does the simple things but is key to everything.

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1dLiam Twomey

Chelsea, Revs to attend March of the Living

Chelsea will continue their campaign against antisemitism by sending a delegation to participate in the annual March of the Living in Poland.

Hislop: Man United should cut their losses with De Gea (1:21)
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2dRob Dawson

Sources: Solskjaer targeting five Utd signings

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is targeting at least one signing in every area of his squad this summer, sources have told ESPN FC.

Prem Ladder

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Liverpool342671+5785
Manchester City332724+6483
Tottenham Hotspur3322110+3067
Arsenal332067+2666
Chelsea342068+2166
Manchester United331977+1964
Leicester City3414515+147
Wolverhampton Wanderers3313812-147
Everton3413714+246
Watford3313713-146
West Ham United3412616-1042
AFC Bournemouth3412517-1241
Crystal Palace3411617-639
Burnley3411617-1839
Newcastle United3410816-1138
Southampton339915-1536
Brighton & Hove Albion339618-2133
Cardiff City349421-3331
Fulham345524-4420
Huddersfield Town343526-4814