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Leicester brought to a standstill as thousands turn out to greet Premier League heroes

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03/05
20 Points
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Charity apologises after accidentally taking up to 100 TIMES more from donors

Express
03/05
3 Points
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Sports Vardy, Valencia and Mignolet: The culprits behind your biggest footballing pet hates

Nobody enjoys watching their side concede a goal, but they are a natural part of football and while they will always be painful, they aren't intolerable.But while goals can be handled to a certain extent there's a mound of niggling, resolvable issues that continually plague football and severely irriate the loyal fans of every club up and down the country.Click through the gallery for a look at the worst features of modern day football that supporters simply hate.
Express
02/05
1 Points
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Sports Welbeck saves Arsenal's blushes as fan protest is drowned out by Wenger supporters

That was rather more difficult than winning the civil war among supporters here today.Out on the pitch too many of the players, like striker Olivier Giroud, were going through the motions. You couldn’t blame anyone for those sentiments.Welbeck had an instant impact. and they were swiftly drowned out by the majority of fans inside the ground who were angry about the protest.They chanted the name of Arsene Wenger, and tried to rouse the team to action.
Express
01/05
5 Points
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Sports Arsene Wenger: My message to the Arsenal supporters after fan protest

In the 12th and 78th minute, supporters held up placards saying 'Time For Change' in response to failing to win the Premier League title for the twelfth season in a row.Before the match, Wenger said the dissatisfaction among some Gunners fans had caused a 'difficult climate' within the Emirates.But the Frenchman acknowledged the unhappiness and expressed his irritation at not being able to make them happy.He told Sky Sports: "You want to make the fans happy. "I'm sorry if I don't achieve it.
Express
01/05
4 Points
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Sports Martinez Out: Everton display fans' tweets calling for manager to be sacked on big screen

The Toffees called for supporters to interact with the club using the hashtag #EFCfanzone and get their pre-match messages on the big screen at Goodison, but didn't get quite the reaction they were hoping for.While only a couple of tweets were broadcast on the screen, there were plenty of others calling for Martinez's dismissal after a disappointing season.
Express
30/04
7 Points
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Sports Man Utd boss Van Gaal makes surprise claim over future: This will shock supporters

Express
30/04
6 Points
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Sports Liverpool face fresh UEFA action after supporters set off flares in Villarreal

Express
29/04
8 Points
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Sports Ian Ayre: We will never forget the Liverpool supporters unlawfully killed at Hillsborough

We will always remember the selfless bravery and heroism of the many fans that helped their fellow supporters in the most harrowing of circumstances that day.“We praise those who, since the beginning of the inquest, have had to find the courage and strength to re-live what they went through.“Since April 15 1989, the solidarity shown by Liverpool fans towards the families and survivors encapsulates the unique character of both the club and city.
Express
27/04
4 Points
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Brutal brawl breaks out between Everton and Man U fans ahead of FA Cup Semi-Final

Express
23/04
3 Points
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Sports Liverpool issue official warning to supporters ahead of Everton derby

Pyrotechnic devices could also set fire alarms off at Anfield, causing a stadium evacuation and potentially abandonment of the match."The club has recently been charged for Liverpool supporters using pyrotechnics during recent matches and this may result in sanctions being imposed on the club and supporters at future games."We would like to remind supporters of the serious consequences they will face surrounding the possession or use of pyrotechnics and any other illegal items at Anfield.".
Express
20/04
14 Points
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Sports Charlton 0 - Derby 1: Addicks to be 'dead and buried' after Russell puts nail in coffin

The issues seem very obvious indeed.Constant negative tensions between the fans and board do not make the Valley a positive place for the players to play football.And then there is Duchatelet himself.
Express
18/04
3 Points
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Sports Picture Special: Crazy scenes as Liverpool fans crowd street to greet team coach

The Reds coach was welcomed to the stadium through a wall of supporters waving flags and flares.Scroll through the gallery above to see the lengths that some Liverpool supporters went to get a good view of the players as they arrived at the stadium.
Express
14/04
7 Points
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