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Robin Koch’s learning curve continues as Liam Cooper takes his new partner under his wing – Leeds Live

The German defender’s opening two Premier League games have been eventful, and he has yet to truly settle in Marcelo Bielsa’s side

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Aston Villa fans send message to Leeds United player as star tipped for transfer – Birmingham Live

Aston Villa news – AVFC morning headlines from BirminghamLive includes Patrick Bamford messages, player ratings from Leeds United defeat and Douglas Luiz tipped…

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Here are your Villa morning headlines on Saturday, October 24 after Premier League defeat to Leeds United.
Villa fans send Patrick Bamford message
Aston Villa’s incredible start to the Premier League season was halted by Leeds United on an evening of clinical finishing from Patrick Bamford.
Villa were riding high ahead of Friday’s clash at Villa Park having won their first four top-flight fixtures.
Sheffield United, Fulham, Liverpool and Leicester City had all succumbed to Dean Smith’s men, who…

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Arsene Wenger finally explains Jose Mourinho snub in autobiography – Metro.co.uk

Despite their long rivalry, the self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ did not get a single mention.

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Despite their long rivalry, Mourinho does not get a single mention (Picture: Getty Images)
Arsene Wenger says he did not feel comfortable talking about managers who are still active in his autobiography as he finally explained the reason behind Jose Mourinhos snub.
Despite their long rivalry and often heated touchline battles which even turned physical on one notable occasion there is not one mention of the Tottenham Hotspur manager in Wengers book.
Mourinho, who only lost once to the legendary…

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Lewis Hamilton enjoying Portuguese GP track but with work to do – Sky Sports

Lewis Hamilton has spoken enthusiastically about the “massively challenging” Portimao circuit after Friday practice.

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Lewis Hamilton has spoken enthusiastically about the “massively challenging” Portimao circuit but says he needs to work out “where I went wrong” with his Mercedes car’s set-up in Practice Two on Friday.
Hamilton was the only current driver in the field when F1 previously tested at the undulating track in the Algarve in 2009, but that was in wet conditions and in an era when the cars were not as fast as they are now.
More than a decade on, and with the circuit making its full Grand Prix debut as…

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