Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has been asked by the FA to provide his observations relating to comments he made before the clash with Manchester City.
Sources close to the Newcastle takeover deal say one of the sticking points is the relegation clause that was part of Amanda Staveley's opening offer.
Should Dominic Solanke's disallowed goal have stood against West Brom? Dermot Gallagher has his say in this week's Ref Watch.
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Jurgen Klopp is right to rotate his squad so Liverpool avoid a repeat of last January's dip in form, according to Phil Neville.
Newcastle are not yet in a battle for Premier League survival, according to club captain Jamaal Lascelles.
Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke says he is grateful to work with Jurgen Klopp and believes he is "one of the best managers in the world".
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Gary Neville said Romelu Lukaku "struggled" in the Manchester derby but Graeme Souness disagreed.
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