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  1. Premier League Clubs Navigate FA Cup Fourth Round 2016

    A year ago, by the time the fifth round of the 2014/15 FA Cup rolled around, only three heavyweight Premier League clubs had survived the eliminations. Those three teams-Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester United-had managed to avoid an upset-ridden fourth round that had sent Chelsea, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, and Southampton (among others) packing. Arsenal went on to win the tournament, beating Aston Villa in the finals for a second consecutive FA Cup trophy.

    This year, things could hardly be more different. Most of the football clubs to qualify for the round of 16 in the 2015/16 FA Cup are big names from the Premier League. The fourth round of the tournament-played this past weekend, in place of regular league competition-saw Arsenal, both Manchester teams, Chelsea, Everton, and Crystal Palace all earning spots in the final 16. Furthermore, most of those soccer

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  2. Football Association Announces Draw for the 4th Round of the 2016 FA Cup

    There were 11 draws in the third round of the 2015/16 FA Cup, which means that the majority of the match-ups for the fourth round of the tournament won't be completely decided until we get to the third-round replays scheduled for January 19th and 20th. Despite the lack of complete information, though, the Football Association announced the draw for the tournament's fourth round on Monday, January 11th, giving fans a general idea of who their favorite soccer clubs will be competing with at the end of the month.

    All 16 fourth round matches are currently scheduled for the weekend of January 30th. Read on for a quick run-through of that weekend's biggest must-watch fixtures!

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    The Key Matchups

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  3. Manchester City, Arsenal Shine in an Upset Free FA Cup 2016 Third Round

    Most of the Premier League's top football clubs sailed through the third round of the 2015/16 FA Cup easily over the weekend, with Manchester City, Arsenal, Man United, Chelsea, West Ham United, and others all cruising through to the fourth round of the Football Association tournament. Read on for a recap of the winners and losers of the weekend!

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    The Winners

    As usual, the Premier League's soccer teams got a bye into the third round, which means this is the first time in the 2015/16 FA Cup that we are seeing teams such as Man United, Arsenal, and others. Since so many of the league's top clubs were upset and eliminated in the fourth round of last year's FA Cup-including Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, and Chelsea-most of the Premier

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  4. Tottenham Require a New Striker as Backup for Kane

    By Greg Lea.

    The shot seemed to be the wrong option, but Harry Kane was adamant.

    As a loose ball fell at his feet in the first half of Tottenham Hotspur's 1-1 draw against Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday, the England international hit a low drive towards the bottom corner and watched it agonisingly rebound off the inside of the post and away from the danger zone. Kane has occasionally been criticised for shooting from outside the box too often, but this fine effort showcased why he invariably fancies himself to find the back of the net even from long distances.

    Despite a slow start, Kane has enjoyed another excellent campaign in 2015/16. The 22-year-old made a stunning breakthrough at White Hart Lane last term, scoring 21 goals in 34 Premier League appearances, and currently has 11 strikes to his name in 20 outings in this time around.

    It is the type of scoring ratio that all managers want from their leading centre-forward, with Kane also invaluable because

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  5. Arsenal Holds Strong to Lead Premier League Standings to Kickoff 2016

    A long, competitive, and exhaustingly busy Premier League festive period came to an end on Sunday, January 3rd, finally giving England's top football clubs a deserved break. The Premier League's teams will take the pitch again next week, on January 12th and 13th, but until then, we, at last, have a chance to let the dust settle and survey the current landscape of the league.

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    Arsenal's Chance

    The big question in the wake of the busy festive period is whether or not 2016 might finally be Arsenal's year. The Gunners, of course, have been remarkably consistent throughout the entirety of Arsene Wenger's coaching tenure, finishing in the top five every year since 1996. However, not since 2004 have Arsenal

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  6. Three options for Tottenham to look at in January transfer window

    By Karl Matchett.


    Tottenham Hotspur are widely acknowledged as being interested in making an additional attacking signing in January to beef out their squad, having been largely reliant on Harry Kane to lead the line throughout the first half of the season.


    After some initial struggles, the England international has found scoring form again and now has 11 Premier League goals for the season, but Spurs have little in the way of alternative threats to play as a true striker, with Clinton N'Jie set for several months on the sidelines and most of their other front men more comfortable as support cast members or creators from the second line.


    Spurs might have to big bid to get their top target, but there are other options potentially available who might be considered smarter buys; here are three they could look at landing

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  7. Boxing Day Surprises and Upsets in English Premier League

    Boxing Day brought several surprises and upsets in the English Premier League, with many of the division's top-ranked teams succumbing to losses. Key among those football clubs were Leicester City and Arsenal, who kept their spots at first and second place on the EPL table, but sacrificed some of their lead margin in defeats against Liverpool and Southampton, respectively. Manchester United also lost, intensifying the conversations that Louis van Gaal's days as the club's manager could be numbered.

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    A Rough Week

    It would be easy to single out Arsenal as the English club that had the worst Boxing Day. Falling 0-4 to Southampton, the Gunners suffered not only the worst loss of the week but also their worst loss of the entire season. Playing an away match,

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  8. What to Expect from the Europa League Round of 32

    With the group stages concluded for both the 2015/16 Europa League and Champions League tournaments, UEFA announced the round of 32 draw for the UEL on Monday, December 14th. In addition to top group stage contenders from earlier in the Europa League (like Napoli, Rapid Wien, and Tottenham Hotspur), the round of 32 will also include the third-placers from the Champions League (including football clubs like Manchester United, Olympiacos, and Bayer Leverkusen).

    The combinatory nature of the Europa League knockout stage always serves to inject some extra excitement into the proceedings. However, it also serves to make the round of 32 especially harder to predict. With that in mind, we are taking a look at the draw for the round of 32 and trying to decipher which teams will progress and which teams won't.

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  9. A Preview of the Premier League 2015 Holiday Season

    In the 16 days that span between Saturday, December 19th and Sunday, January 3rd, the English Premier League will blast through what amounts to four weeks of competitive play. While most of the world is on vacation, in other words, England's top football clubs are heading into one of the busiest periods of the year. The festive season in the Premier League can define many teams' campaigns for the year, meaning the stakes are high for every soccer club hitting the pitch this holiday season. Teams that find their groove in these two-plus weeks can leap their way up the table or barricade their positions at the top. Teams that hit a rough patch during the festive period, meanwhile, often take themselves out of title consideration.

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  10. Tottenham have improved under Mauricio Pochettino, but still lack class for trophies and top four

    By Karl Matchett.


    Football changes at pace, especially in the high-intensity glare of the Premier League. One week you can be potential title challengers, the next, well, as Chelsea will attest to, almost too embarrassed to label yourselves being in a relegation fight. 


    Those extremes perhaps don't quite extend to Tottenham Hotspur, but there were plenty who, a few short weeks ago, had tipped Spurs as being an alternative option for the league title this season, with Manchester City stuttering, Manchester United boring and Chelsea nowhere to be seen.


    Arsenal and Spurs, then, made for good headlines in a title fight.


    At the start of December, with Tottenham<

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