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Today’s rumours, gossip and social media round-up from around the web
Northampton manager Keith Curle saw his side book their place in the League Two play-off final at Wembley with a 3-0 victory at Cheltenham and then admitted that he needed promotion for his own CV.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho says Harry Kane should be renamed ‘Hero Kane’.
Burnley were embarrassed on and off the pitch as an offensive banner was flown above the Etihad Stadium in the early stages of a 5-0 trouncing by Manchester City.
Just one person tested positive for Covid-19 in the Premier League’s latest round of screening – the first since competitive fixtures resumed.
Brighton manager Graham Potter has defended Neal Maupay over his role in Bernd Leno’s injury and believes the striker will continue to improve following his match-winning goal against Arsenal on Saturday.
Dennis Praet is available for Leicester ahead of the visit of Brighton on Tuesday.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has urged his players to focus as they chase a Champions League return.
Matteo Guendouzi has escaped a Football Association charge despite putting his hands around Neal Maupay’s throat at the end of Arsenal’s defeat at Brighton.
Everton captain Seamus Coleman believes the squad are playing for their futures under manager Carlo Ancelotti.
Everton defender Michael Keane admits they were disappointed not to have beaten Liverpool and ended their long Merseyside derby drought.
Dean Smith admits Aston Villa have entered a pivotal week in their survival bid.
Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace showed no signs of rustiness on Saturday during their comfortable restart victory at Bournemouth and set a new record in the process.
Allan Saint-Maximin has challenged Newcastle to ease themselves across the Premier League finishing line when Aston Villa head for Tyneside on Wednesday evening.