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Liam Payne 'never kicked a football in his life' before joining Soccer Aid
Video: Liam Payne 'never kicked a football in his life' before joining Soccer Aid (Evening Standard)Jurgen Klopp’s pride is tinged with disappointment after final day dramaRangnick questions team spirit after United defeat in final gameJurgen Klopp not even contemplating dramatic triumph in title raceRory McIlroy was pretty sure Saudi-backed breakaway would not happenFrank Lampard addresses Everton pitch invasions following Patrick Vieira confrontation with fanThomas Tuchel highlights Chelsea ‘miracle’Jurgen Klopp likens Liverpool squad strength to having ‘Ferraris in the garage’Jurgen Klopp rules out Mohamed Salah and Virgil Van Dijk for Southampton gameAntonio Conte keen to watch Arsenal’s game in top four scrapMikel Arteta 'looking forward' following Tottenham defeatMark Noble ready for emotional Hammers send-off but says focus must be on pointsKlopp: UEFA should take more of Champions League fund and scrap Nations LeagueAmir Khan announces his retirement from boxingPep Guardiola praises Kevin De Bruyne for scoring four goals against WolvesFloyd Mayweather returns to the boxing ring this weekendChelsea’s Mateo Kovacic set to miss FA Cup final after Dan James challengeLiam's journey from complete novice to soccer captain involved "three months" of training, and he said: "Jumping into football is like a role for me that I get to play for a certain amount of months. "I put my a*s into everything that I do.
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Patrick Vieira 'lashes out' at Everton fan as Toffees pitch invade in unsavoury scenes
Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira scuffling with a group of Everton supporters following the Toffees' 3-2 victory at Goodison Park on Thursday night.The Frenchman was walking across the pitch after the game before being mobbed by a number of manic fans, who had invaded the pitch to celebrate Everton securing their Premier League survival.Vieira reacts when one man appears to tap him on the head, and is seen lashing out at the fan and trying to trip him up as he backs away, and soon after, a handful of others fans swarm in and start shoving the Palace boss.Eventually, Vieira backs away and heads for the tunnel again, but he can count his lucky stars things didn't get too out of hand."Everton need docking points for that," one fan wrote in response to the footage."Not exactly the kind of manager you want to be messing with, those fans got off lightly," wrote another.It comes just two days after Sheffield United star Billy Sharp was headbutted in the face by a Nottingham Forest supporter during a pitch invasion at the City Ground following the Championship play-off semi-final between the two sides. Should more be done to prevent pitch invasions? Let us know what you think in the comments section belowThe unsavoury scenes marred what is sure to be an unforgettable night for Everton fans after they secured Premier League survival in dramatic fashion by coming back from two goals down to win 3-2.Goals from Jean-Phillipe Mateta and Jordan Ayew had given Palace a commanding lead heading into the break, but Frank Lampard's side came out all guns blazing in the second half to turn the game around.Michael Keane grabbed the home side's first of the afternoon before Richarlison equalised with 15 minutes to play.
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Pep Guardiola goes "full Jurgen Klopp" with abysmal excuse for Crystal Palace draw
Pep Guardiola went "full Jurgen Klopp" as he gave an abysmal excuse for Manchester City's goalless draw at Crystal Palace on Monday.City were held to a 0-0 draw by Patrick Vieira's side at Selhurst Park, giving Liverpool a chance to close the gap in the title race later this week.However, Premier League fans were left confused following Guardiola's post-match interview, as he blamed the grass for his side's inability to score during the match.This caused some fans to compare the City boss to Liverpool manager Klopp, who is also known to make bizarre excuses after his side's matches.Speaking to Sky Sports after the match, Guardiola explained: “We would have preferred to win of course but the game was well played.“We played to win the game, we created more, the stats were there.“The way we played was amazing in a difficult stadium with the grass not perfect, we were there all the time, we had a good game.”Guardiola's claim that the quality of the grass affected his team's appearance caused fans to compare him with Klopp on social media.Who will win the Premier League title this season? Let us know in the comments section below.One fan tweeted: “Are you Klopp in disguise?”Another added a gif of a confused looking Klopp and wrote: “The grass???”A third fan referenced Palace's win at the Etihad Stadium as they added: “Grass was fine when we slapped you at the Etihad though.”Meanwhile, another supporter tweeted: “The grass ahahaha oh the irony.”Whilst a fifth perplexed fan wrote: “Why’s he talking about grass? He’s done a Klopp ffs.”City's draw with Palace has left the door open to their title rivals to close the gap on the league leaders later this week.Liverpool can reduce the gap to City down to a single point if they win