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Ten Hag admits he was warned off 'impossible' Man Utd job

AFP · 3 days ago

Erik ten Hag said he was warned off taking on the "impossible job" of Manchester United manager but admitted he could not resist the challenge at Old Trafford.

Under-fire Ten Hag urges Man Utd hierarchy to keep faith in him

AFP · 5 days ago

Erik ten Hag urged Manchester United's hierarchy to keep faith with him on Tuesday as his track record proves he is the right man to rebuild the troubled club.

Arsenal plot long stay at Premier League summit

AFP · 1 week ago

Arsenal are back on top of the Premier League with ambitions to stay there as they host Wolves this weekend while champions Manchester City play faltering Tottenham.

Havertz ends goal drought to fire Arsenal into first place

AFP · 2 weeks ago

Kai Havertz sent Arsenal to the top of the Premier League as the German's last-gasp goal clinched a hard-fought 1-0 win at Brentford on Saturday.

Three talking points from the Premier League

AFP · 4 weeks ago

Manchester City blew the lead three times in a sensational 4-4 draw at Chelsea to leave the defending champions only one point clear at the top of the Premier League.

Bournemouth defeat 'a game too far' for depleted Newcastle

AFP · 4 weeks ago

Newcastle manager Eddie Howe conceded injuries and a heavy schedule have taken a toll on his side after losing 2-0 on his return to Bournemouth on Saturday.

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The Northern Ireland League Cup, also known as the NIFL Cup or simply the Irish League Cup, is a national football knockout cup competition in Northern Ireland. This tournament, which sits behind the NIFL Premiership and Irish Cup in terms of domestic prestige, began in 1987 but was taken over by the Northern Ireland Football League in 2013. This competition is open to all 36 Northern Ireland Football League clubs. The 16 highest-ranked teams from the previous season's league standings (all 12 NIFL Premiership sides and the top four NIFL Championship outfits) are given byes to the second round and are also seeded for that stage. Of the remaining 20 NIFL clubs, eight are randomly drawn to face off in the first round while the remaining 12 become unseeded teams for the second round.

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