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England keeper Nick Pope buys set of goalposts as his old club York City

England keeper Nick Pope buys set of goalposts as his old club York City

The Minstermen, who now play in the sixth-tier National League North, left their home of 89 years Bootham Crescent to move into the new LNER Community Stadium back in January.

Liverpool 'target Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele' as Sadio Mane replacement

Liverpool 'target Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele' as Sadio Mane replacement

The France international, 23, has just a year remaining on his Barcelona contract but has yet to sign the extension he has been offered. Reports in Spain suggest Liverpool could swoop.

Jose Mourinho refuses to be drawn on the penalty his Tottenham side conceded in draw with Everton

Jose Mourinho refuses to be drawn on the penalty his Tottenham side conceded in draw with Everton

Everton's James Rodriguez hit the floor after Sergio Reguilon collided into the back of him while he was lining up a first-time effort and referee Michael Oliver pointed to the spot.

Man United 'make contact with Leicester over Wesley Fofana' but 'will need to pay £80m'

Man United 'make contact with Leicester over Wesley Fofana' but 'will need to pay £80m'

Fofana, a France under-21 international, has been excellent in his first season for the Foxes after joining from Saint-Etienne for £36.5million last October. Now he is reportedly attracting interest.

With Matthew McConaughey as 'minister of culture', Austin FC are ready to rock MLS

With Matthew McConaughey as 'minister of culture', Austin FC are ready to rock MLS

SPECIAL REPORT BY NATHAN SALT: The city of Austin will make their first steps in MLS this weekend when, as the 2021 expansion team, play their first ever competitive match, taking on LAFC.

Jose Mourinho hits back at Paul Pogba by insisting he 'could not care less about what he says'

Jose Mourinho hits back at Paul Pogba by insisting he 'could not care less about what he says'

Mourinho - who stripped Pogba of the vice-captaincy - responded to the Frenchman's comments after Tottenham's 2-2 draw with Everton by saying he wasn't 'interested at all'.

MICAH RICHARDS: Brendan Rodgers axing James Maddison for Covid breach was a big call, but right...

MICAH RICHARDS: Brendan Rodgers axing James Maddison for Covid breach was a big call, but right...

MICAH RICHARDS: Rodgers didn't have to go down the route he did. He could have expressed his anger and simply hit James Maddison, Hamza Choudhury and Ayoze Perez with fines.

Chelsea 'are plotting £100m move for Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham'

Chelsea 'are plotting £100m move for Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham'

The 17-year-old midfielder has shone at Dortmund during his first season at the club after joining in a £25million deal, and has emerged as one of the most sought-after youngsters in Europe.

Pep Guardiola calls upon his Man City stars to 'earn their place' in the team ahead of FA Cup semi

Pep Guardiola calls upon his Man City stars to 'earn their place' in the team ahead of FA Cup semi

City face Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final before next week's Carabao Cup final against Tottenham, having also booked a place in the Champions League's last four.

Carlo Ancelotti insists Everton have not given up on European ambitions despite Tottenham draw

Carlo Ancelotti insists Everton have not given up on European ambitions despite Tottenham draw

The 2-2 draw saw the Toffees's run without a league win move to five matches and they now sit in eight place, six points behind West Ham in fourth with seven matches remaining this season.

Jamie Redknapp says Sergio Reguilon SHOULD have questioned Everton's penalty decision

Jamie Redknapp says Sergio Reguilon SHOULD have questioned Everton's penalty decision

Gylfi Sigurdsson converted the penalty to even the score before the break but Redknapp said that the Spaniard should have protested the decision after there was 'not much' contact.

Tottenham star striker Harry Kane hobbles off injured late on in Everton draw

Tottenham star striker Harry Kane hobbles off injured late on in Everton draw

The striker walked off the pitch at Goodison Park after colliding with Toffees' attacker Richarlison while defending an Everton corner in stoppage time of their 2-2 draw in the Premier League.

RB Leipzig 0-0 Hoffenheim: Hosts held to goalless draw and miss chance to close gap on Bayern Munich

RB Leipzig 0-0 Hoffenheim: Hosts held to goalless draw and miss chance to close gap on Bayern Munich

The hosts thought they had secured a crucial three points deep into stoppage time when Yussuf Poulsen headed in but his effort was ruled out for handball after a VAR check.

Reading 1-1 Cardiff: Yakou Meite scores dramatic last-minute equaliser against Mick McCarthy's side

Reading 1-1 Cardiff: Yakou Meite scores dramatic last-minute equaliser against Mick McCarthy's side

The Royals are four points behind Bournemouth in fifth and Barnsley in sixth with just four games to play. They can only hope that those two both lose this weekend.

Miss of the SEASON? Spurs flop Vincent Janssen misses open-goal howler for Mexican side Monterrey

Miss of the SEASON? Spurs flop Vincent Janssen misses open-goal howler for Mexican side Monterrey

Tottenham fans were never likely to miss Vincent Janssen, but seeing the Dutchman's astonishing open-goal miss for Monterrey will bring back sour memories.

Wolves star Pedro Neto is 'determined boy' insists Nuno Espirito Santo, after season-ending injury

Wolves star Pedro Neto is 'determined boy' insists Nuno Espirito Santo, after season-ending injury

Nuno Espirito Santo has backed Pedro Neto to return stronger than before after suffering a broken kneecap that will rule him out of Euro 2020. The Wolves forward was injured against Fulham.

Leicester's Kelechi Iheanacho now has no fears after mother's death while he trained with Nigeria

Leicester's Kelechi Iheanacho now has no fears after mother's death while he trained with Nigeria

IAN LADYMAN: There are occasions when Kelechi Iheanacho lets his mind drift back to his childhood in Obogwe, Nigeria. Simpler times, easier times.

Anthony Joshua is '100 per cent' certain heavyweight showdown with Tyson Fury will go ahead in 2021

Anthony Joshua is '100 per cent' certain heavyweight showdown with Tyson Fury will go ahead in 2021

A two-fight deal between Joshua, the WBA, IBF and WBO champion, and Fury, who holds the WBC crown, has been agreed but locations and dates are still being worked on.

Manchester City 'ready to open talks' with Phil Foden and offer midfielder new £100,000-a-week deal

Manchester City 'ready to open talks' with Phil Foden and offer midfielder new £100,000-a-week deal

The 20-year-old has been in stunning form for Pep Guardiola's side, scoring the winning goals in both legs of City's Champions League quarter-final win over Borussia Dortmund.

HOT OR NOT: Rachael Blackmore has changed the narrative around National Hunt racing

HOT OR NOT: Rachael Blackmore has changed the narrative around National Hunt racing

It's Hot or Not time again as Sportsmail's RIATH AL-SAMARRAI reveals what's been making him feel warm and what's been leaving him cold this week.

Judd Trump fears snooker is stuck in the dark ages... he says it's time to ditch the dickie bows!

Judd Trump fears snooker is stuck in the dark ages... he says it's time to ditch the dickie bows!

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY DAVID COVERDALE: Judd Trump wants to rip up the rulebook altogether. The world No 1 sees a sport that is stuck in the dark ages and neglecting the next generation.

Dwight McNeil is set to return to Old Trafford when Burnley face Manchester United

Dwight McNeil is set to return to Old Trafford when Burnley face Manchester United

Dwight McNeil was released from Manchester United at just 14. Still only 21, he has just played his 100th game for Sean Dyche and heads with his team to Old Trafford on Sunday.

OBITUARY: John Dawes was 'one of the giant figures of Welsh rugby' and had a brilliant tactical mind

OBITUARY: John Dawes was 'one of the giant figures of Welsh rugby' and had a brilliant tactical mind

OBITUARY: He made his Test debut in 1964, by which time his London Welsh team had begun to play an exhilarating brand of rugby. Wales and the Lions followed suit, all evolving around Dawes.

Harlequins Danny Care admits he's 'playing without a burden' after falling out of the England fold

Harlequins Danny Care admits he's 'playing without a burden' after falling out of the England fold

INTERVIEW BY CHRIS FOY: You could say the British and Irish Lions were the elephant in the room. Danny Care wanted to steer clear but when the subject came up he did not duck it.

Thomas Tuchel vows Chelsea will 'hunt Manchester City down next season'

Thomas Tuchel vows Chelsea will 'hunt Manchester City down next season'

The Chelsea manager warned that while there is a huge gap between the two sides at present, his side will do all they can to make sure they are fighting for the title as well next season.

Aidy Boothroyd leaves England Under 21 role following disastrous European Championships campaign 

Aidy Boothroyd leaves England Under 21 role following disastrous European Championships campaign 

Despite being one of the tournament favourites, England crashed out in the group stages for the second straight Euros under Aidy Boothroyd, whose contract expires in July.

David Moyes says England midfielder Declan Rice is on track to help the hammers nail top-four spot

David Moyes says England midfielder Declan Rice is on track to help the hammers nail top-four spot

Moyes says Rice is making good progress to rejoin West Ham's bid for Champions League football. Rice is said to working as hard as he can in the gym to recover from his knee injury.

Manu Tuilagi signs new contract at Sale in deal that could keep him at club until 2023

Manu Tuilagi signs new contract at Sale in deal that could keep him at club until 2023

EXCLUSIVE: Manu Tuilagi has committed his future to Sale by signing a new deal which could take him through to the next World Cup in 2023. The England centre moved to Sale last summer.

Steve Bruce believes David Moyes should be crowned Manager of the Year 'no matter what happens'

Steve Bruce believes David Moyes should be crowned Manager of the Year 'no matter what happens'

Newcastle boss Steve Bruce has saluted old foe David Moyes for the way he has bounced back from his Manchester United misery. Bruce says he has shown 'resilience' to now excel with West Ham.

Paul Pogba re-opens his feud with old Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho

Paul Pogba re-opens his feud with old Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho

Pogba was stripped of the United vice-captaincy by Mourinho in September 2018 in front of his team-mates and the pair had a training ground bust-up shortly afterwards that was picked up by TV cameras.

Daniel Farke insists Norwich are focused on beating Bournemouth as Premier League return nears

Daniel Farke insists Norwich are focused on beating Bournemouth as Premier League return nears

The Canaries know that victory in their 8pm kick-off at Carrow Road on Saturday will confirm a top-two finish. Promotion could also be clinched if Brentford and Swansea fail to win their matches.

Great Britain take commanding lead over Mexico in the Billie Jean King Cup

Great Britain take commanding lead over Mexico in the Billie Jean King Cup

Katie Boulter's diverse experiences this year have included taking a set off Naomi Osaka in Australia, and battling away at the lowest level of the tour in Egypt.

Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: Best bets for Saturday, April 17

Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: Best bets for Saturday, April 17

Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips for Saturday's meetings at Thirsk, Brighton, Nottingham and Bangor-On-Dee.

Jorginho lived with monks in Verona and almost gave up on football aged just 17

Jorginho lived with monks in Verona and almost gave up on football aged just 17

EXCLUSIVE: Jorginho is almost three years into his Chelsea career - having propelled himself from a small coastal town in the south of Brazil to become an Italy international and a £50million midfielder.

Fraser Forster back as Southampton's number one after overcoming horrendously dark days

Fraser Forster back as Southampton's number one after overcoming horrendously dark days

Forster did all he could to remain upbeat during the most difficult period of his career but he has genuine reason for the smile on his face now.

Scott Parker wants 'more leaders like Aleksandar Mitrovic' after witnessing his rousing speech

Scott Parker wants 'more leaders like Aleksandar Mitrovic' after witnessing his rousing speech

Mario Lemina revealed that Aleksandar Mitrovic had given a passionate address Fulham's defeat b Wolves. Scott Parker has since said he would like to see more of that passion in his dressing room.

Hamilton and Verstappen round two is shaping up to be one of the great conflicts in F1 history

Hamilton and Verstappen round two is shaping up to be one of the great conflicts in F1 history

Sir Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen are set to fight it out for the motor-racing championship of the world. The contest could be one of the great conflicts in Formula One history.

Harriet Graham's jump from stand-in clerk at Ayr to Coral Scottish Grand National contender

Harriet Graham's jump from stand-in clerk at Ayr to Coral Scottish Grand National contender

Harriet Graham will attempt to win Sunday's marathon contest as a trainer when she saddles 6-1 favourite Aye Right. This will be her first runner in the Coral Scottish Grand National.

Mikel Arteta challenges his Arsenal squad to carry Europa League form into the Premier League

Mikel Arteta challenges his Arsenal squad to carry Europa League form into the Premier League

Arsenal produced their best display of the season to thump Slavia Prague 4-0 on Thursday. Now Mikel He has challenged them to back up their win with victories in their next two Premier League games.

Brendan Rodgers claims James Maddison must make 'better choices' to fulfil his potential

Brendan Rodgers claims James Maddison must make 'better choices' to fulfil his potential

The Foxes will attempt on Sunday to reach their first FA Cup Final since 1969 with Brendan Rodgers confident the air has cleared after Maddison, Perez and Choudhury were banned.

Dan Evans marches onto Monte Carlo Open semi final after beating David Goffin

Dan Evans marches onto Monte Carlo Open semi final after beating David Goffin

Evans reached the last four at a Masters level event for the first time in his career and will now face Stefanos Tsitsipas for a place in the final, something unthinkable a week ago.

MARTIN KEOWN: If anyone can stop Pep Guadiola's ultimate passing machine, it's Chelsea

MARTIN KEOWN: If anyone can stop Pep Guadiola's ultimate passing machine, it's Chelsea

MARTIN KEOWN - TALKING TACTICS: This could be the start of a season-defining trilogy between Pep Guardiola's Manchester City and Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea.

Everton 2-2 Tottenham: Harry Kane and Gylfi Sigurdsson hit doubles to all-but destroy top-four hopes

Everton 2-2 Tottenham: Harry Kane and Gylfi Sigurdsson hit doubles to all-but destroy top-four hopes

EVERTON 2-2 SPURS - DOMINIC KING AT GOODISON PARK: Tottenham should be better at protecting leads now they sponsored by a company with the UK's most famous dog.

Friends Pep Guardiola and Thomas Tuchel to meet for first time in England as Chelsea play Man City

Friends Pep Guardiola and Thomas Tuchel to meet for first time in England as Chelsea play Man City

The friendship between Thomas Tuchel and Pep Guardiola will have to be put on hold this Saturday evening when they go head-to-head for the sixth time overall and the first time in English football.

Steven Gerrard says he 'LOVED' how Arsenal STARED DOWN Slavia Prague before Europa League victory

Steven Gerrard says he 'LOVED' how Arsenal STARED DOWN Slavia Prague before Europa League victory

The Rangers boss has admitted he 'loved' watching Arsenal against Slavia Prague on Thursday as the Gunners stared down their Czech opponents while taking the knee before beating them.

Olympics: Christian Coleman will still MISS Tokyo Games despite two-year ban reduced to 18 months

Olympics: Christian Coleman will still MISS Tokyo Games despite two-year ban reduced to 18 months

His appeal to CAS against a two-year sanction was partially upheld as his suspension was cut to 18 months, but any hopes he had of competing in Tokyo this summer are over.

Aston Villa defender Tyrone Mings becomes the latest footballer to be racially abused online

Aston Villa defender Tyrone Mings becomes the latest footballer to be racially abused online

The England international posted a screenshot on his Twitter account on Friday of a message from an Instagram user which called him a 'f****** n*****' and said 'leave the football f****** pig'.

Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury: Saudia Arabia 'set to host undisputed fight this summer'

Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury: Saudia Arabia 'set to host undisputed fight this summer'

Talks have been continuing in recent weeks over a date and venue for the huge fight, and Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn revealed that both sides had agreed on a site offer for the bout.

Man City legend Yaya Toure reveals he's trying to end feud with Pep Guardiola  

Man City legend Yaya Toure reveals he's trying to end feud with Pep Guardiola  

INTERVIEW BY JACK GAUGHAN: Toure wants peace with Manchester City, the club he spent eight hugely successful seasons at but with whom his relationship remains uneasy.

Underdog Liam Williams vows to knock Demetrius Andrade 'spark out' in middleweight world title fight

Underdog Liam Williams vows to knock Demetrius Andrade 'spark out' in middleweight world title fight

JEFF POWELL: Williams has been transformed by his move up from light-middleweight and his chances of pulling off an upset will be improved further if complacency has crept up on Andrade.

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