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José Mourinho does the title maths but complains about Ander Herrera

• ‘When mathematically it’s done, it’s done, we celebrate,’ says manager
• If Herrera was a Chelsea player, ‘on Sky it would be somebody’s crimes’
• Match report: Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

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Championship roundup: Blackburn Rovers manager fumes as Forest grab equaliser

• Rudy Gestede scores hat-trick of headers as Rovers draw 3-3
• Bolton manager Neil Lennon’s mood lifted by 2-2 draw at Brentford

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Said & Done: Karl Oyston; Sepp versus Jesus; and a sad situation

Also featuring: Election news; Beitar Jerusalem’s kick it out campaign; and Brazilian Ronaldo’s humility

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Eden Hazard’s bloodyminded beauty triumphs in battle of the Belgians

Ever-willing Chelsea ace puts Marouane Fellaini in the shade as he all but delivers title to Stamford Bridge
• Blues go 10 points clear after victory over Manchester United

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Saturday Sundae: All rosy in Eden’s garden but Leo still reigns in Spain

Chelsea’s player of the year and Barcelona’s scoring machine have little left to prove – but they keep doing it anyway

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Reading’s Adam Federici backed by Steve Clarke after gift to Arsenal

• Distraught goalkeeper’s extra-time error led to defeat in FA Cup semi-final
• ‘We stick by him. We don’t lose because of Adam,’ says manager
• Paul Wilson’s match report: Reading 1-2 Arsenal

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Harry Kane’s form has dipped after England high, says Mauricio Pochettino

• Tottenham manager seeks response from players at Newcastle
• Pochettino stresses that this has been a transitional season
Pochettino: Harry Kane deserves to win PFA award

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José Mourinho plays up Chelsea youth policy but John Terry last to make it

String of highly regarded youngsters have failed to make first team but Chelsea insist recruitment of young talent is more targeted and will bear fruit soon
• Mourinho wary of bringing young guns to Premier League duels
• Chelsea win Uefa Youth League final against Shakhtar Donetsk

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Shay Given: ‘Do you ever get over being dropped for an FA Cup final?’

Aston Villa’s veteran goalkeeper was left out of Newcastle’s 1999 defeat to Manchester United by Ruud Gullit and owns a winner’s medal he cares little for but is relishing the chance to end the Wembley pain against Liverpool
Christian Benteke: ‘I am happy because I play how I want to play’

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John Carver’s task at Newcastle United blighted by bans and injuries

• Interim manager understands fans upset by lack on investment
• Footballing friends, including Alan Shearer, have offered support

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Arsenal supporters enjoy familiar ride as Alexis Sánchez sets Reading right

Arsène Wenger’s side rarely visit Wembley without allowing the occasion to get the better of them but at least no one told the Chilean, whose goals in a 2-1 win after extra time have earned a return trip to the FA Cup final
• Match report: Reading 1-2 Arsenal

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Andrew Gale returns from ban with desire to create Yorkshire legacy

• Captain wants side to dominate county cricket for years
• Gale faces Notts after four-match ban for insulting Ashwell Prince
Gillespie hails win over Worcestershire as ‘one of best of career’

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Reports of the death of West Indies cricket have been greatly exaggerated

Jermaine Blackwood’s batting is one sign of a continuing passion and excitement for the game in the West Indies
• West Indies embrace T20 but ignore Test cricket at their peril

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Bradford fire: the horrors and the silence that had to be broken

The policewoman assigned to the grieving Fletchers gets goosebumps when she looks back to 30 years ago. She was an unofficial family liaison officer, working 15-hour days despite not having a minute of bereavement training
‘Could any man really be as unlucky as Stafford Heginbotham?’
Martin Fletcher: ‘Maybe the reason I am here is to reveal the truth’

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Reading v Arsenal: FA Cup semi-final – as it happened

Arsenal were taken to extra time by resilient, occasionally brilliant Reading, but two-goal Alexis Sanchez sent the holders into another final.

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