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Soccer information and gossip LIVE: Followers allowed again in stadiums from December 2, Tottenham estimate £150m loss, VAR has ‘large membership bias’, Arsenal and Leeds condemn Pepe and Alioski abuse


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We spherical up one other thrilling weekend of Premier League motion, and preview the upcoming European fixtures with the Champions League again below method on Tuesday.

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  • Followers allowed again at sporting occasions as soon as lockdown ends with Boris Johnson to announce most 4,000 spectators in lowest-risk areas
  • Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy warns of ‘irrecoverable lack of revenue’ if membership’s stadium stays closed to followers as funds are introduced
  • Arsenal and Leeds condemn ‘vile abuse’ of Nicolas Pepe and Ezgjan Alioski on social media after Gunners ace despatched off for headbutting Whites star
  • ‘There may be large membership bias with VAR’ – Troy Deeney makes large declare after Manchester United vs West Brom penalty drama
  • Jurgen Klopp laments ‘bull****’ lack of followers as Liverpool set new membership file to maneuver degree on factors with Premier League leaders Tottenham
  • Ian Wright says Bruno Fernandes’ penalty approach must be BANNED as Arsenal icon laments ‘unfair’ spot kick methodology of Manchester United playmaker
  • Mesut Ozil responds to Piers Morgan’s social submit urging him to go away Arsenal with jibe
  • Arsenal on worst run for 34 years and ‘questions have to be requested of Mikel Arteta’ – particularly after fixed criticism of Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
  • Preston defender Darnell Fisher set for FA probe for showing to seize Sheffield Wednesday star Callum Paterson’s genitals
  • Mikel Arteta manufacturers Nicolas Pepe ‘unacceptable’ for ‘letting crew down’ as goal-shy Arsenal held by Leeds



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