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Newcastle and Arsenal grab draws, Villa win on crazy night

12:14am GMT

LONDON Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce described it as a wacky night of Premier League action after his side, and Arsenal, salvaged unlikely 2-2 draws and Aston Villa grabbed a priceless last-gasp victory at Watford on Tuesday.

WRAPUP 1-Soccer-Newcastle and Arsenal grab draws, Villa win on crazy night

12:03am GMT

* Newcastle's Lejeune scores twice in stoppage time at Everton

West Ham fan protest is familiar ground for Moyes

18 Jan 2020

LONDON David Moyes must feel as though nothing much has changed at West Ham United since his brief first spell in charge.

Man City drop more points, Norwich get lifeline

18 Jan 2020

LONDON Even when Liverpool are not in action they continue to bolster their seemingly impregnable Premier League lead and it happened again on Saturday as second-placed Manchester City could only draw 2-2 with Crystal Palace at the Etihad Stadium.

Soccer-Man City drop more points, Norwich get lifeline

18 Jan 2020

LONDON, Jan 18 Even when Liverpool are not in action they continue to bolster their seemingly impregnable Premier League lead and it happened again on Saturday as second-placed Manchester City could only draw 2-2 with Crystal Palace at the Etihad Stadium.

Deeney misses penalty as Watford stifle Spurs in goalless draw

18 Jan 2020

WATFORD, England Watford stretched their unbeaten run in the Premier League to six matches but missed out on a fourth successive victory when Troy Deeney's second-half penalty was saved in a 0-0 home draw with Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.

Premier League refs told to use pitchside monitors for red cards

17 Jan 2020

LONDON Premier League referees are being instructed by the PGMOL, the body responsible for elite match officials in the English game, to make more use of pitchside monitors for red card decisions.

Soccer-Premier League refs told to use pitchside monitors for red cards

17 Jan 2020

LONDON, Jan 17 Premier League referees are being instructed by the PGMOL, the body responsible for elite match officials in the English game, to make more use of pitchside monitors for red card decisions.

Scottish FA considering heading ban for children

16 Jan 2020

LONDON Heading the ball in training will be outlawed for children under the age of 12 in Scotland under proposals being considered by the Scottish Football Association after a study found former professionals were at more risk of dementia.

Soccer-Scottish FA considering heading ban for children

16 Jan 2020

LONDON, Jan 16 Heading the ball in training will be outlawed for children under the age of 12 in Scotland under proposals being considered by the Scottish Football Association after a study found former professionals were at more risk of dementia.

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