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Premier League: How to follow your team on the BBC

Excited to have the Premier League back after the international break?

We’ve got just the thing to help you get back up to speed after two weeks away.

We’ve been busy improving the pages for all 20 Premier League clubs, turning them into one-stop shops containing everything you need to know about your team.

Whoever you support – from Arsenal to Wolves and everyone in between – we’ve got you covered with our new live, rolling feed of content.

Here’s what you can expect:

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Aaron McCarey: ‘It’s just madness, it’s crazy’ – Leeman on keeper’s red card for striking team-mate

Glentoran keeper McCarey sees red for clash with teammate Burns

Glentoran legend Paul Leeman says Aaron McCarey’s actions were a “moment of madness” after the keeper was sent off for striking team-mate Bobby Burns.

The keeper raced towards Burns after Coleraine made it 2-2 and lashed out, with the defender falling to the floor.

“I’ve never seen anything like it – it’s a moment of madness,” said Leeman.

The Northern Ireland Football League said on Monday that it will not make comment on the incident while the disciplinary process is ongoing.

“The incident in Saturday’s game was an on-field matter

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Newcastle United takeover: Fans living in ‘dreamland’ if they think top players will join, says Jonathan Woodgate

Clubs “can’t just buy success” and Newcastle fans are living in “dreamland” if they think they will sign top players like Kylian Mbappe, says former defender Jonathan Woodgate.

Newcastle have been linked with a host of players since being taken over in a £305m Saudi Arabian-backed deal.

Paris St-Germain forward Mbappe, Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Barcelona’s Philippe Coutinho have been mentioned.

Woodgate said it is already “difficult” to get players to Newcastle.

Last week, Newcastle became one of the richest clubs in the world after being sold by Mike Ashley, with comparisons being drawn with Chelsea and Manchester City who

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Egyptian Mohamed Salah equals Premier League goals record for Africa

Africa’s top scoring Premier League players are Didier Drogba, Mo Salah (both 104 goals) & Sadio Mane (100)

On Saturday, Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah became the joint top-scoring African in Premier League history.

One goal against Watford was enough to equal the record of Chelsea and Ivory Coast legend Didier Drogba, who accumulated 104 goals over two spells with the London club before his eventual departure, for a second time, in 2015.

Salah, who also has a previous affiliation with the European champions, has become one of the Premier League’s most prolific forwards since joining Liverpool from Italians Roma in

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F1 risks teams’ ire with two triple-headers and record 23 races in 2022 | Formula One

Formula One has confirmed its calendar for 2022, with a record-breaking 23 races planned. The programme presents a potentially gruelling test for the teams, with one more race than this year but running across a shorter period and including two triple-headers.

The calendar was ratified by the World Motor Sport Council on Friday. It will open in Bahrain on 20 March and conclude in Abu Dhabi on 20 November, a 36-week period. This year the season will finish in Abu Dhabi on 12 December but F1 wanted to avoid its 2022 season finale clashing with the World Cup, which will

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Cameron Norrie reaches Indian Wells final by beating Grigor Dimitrov

Cameron Norrie is likely to make it into the world’s top 20 for the first time when the rankings are published on Monday
Date: Sunday, 17 October Time: 00:00 BST (Monday, 18 October) Venue: Indian Wells Tennis Garden, California
Coverage: Listen live on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra and on the BBC Sport website and app

Britain’s Cameron Norrie reached his first Masters 1,000 final at Indian Wells as he breezed past Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov in straight sets.

The world number 26 dominated the semi-final to win 6-2 6-4 in California.

Norrie’s run means he will replace Dan Evans

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Fan ‘stable’ after Newcastle-Tottenham game halted because of medical emergency

Tottenham defender Eric Dier called for a defibrillator just before play was suspended for the medical emergency

The supporter who collapsed, prompting Newcastle United’s Premier League game against Tottenham Hotspur to be halted, is “stable and responsive” in hospital.

Fans in the East Stand at St James’ Park alerted players and officials to the incident in the 40th minute.

Tottenham’s Sergio Reguilon spoke to the referee and Eric Dier raced to the touchline to urge medical staff to attend with a defibrillator.

Both teams were told to leave the pitch as the game was suspended.

Tottenham were leading 2-1 and

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Man Utd defend decision to fly 100 miles to Leicester for Premier League game

Manchester United officials say the team’s travel plans have changed due to “circumstances”

Manchester United have defended their decision to fly the 100-mile journey to their Premier League game at Leicester.

United say they would not normally fly to the game but plans changed due to “circumstances”. There were reports of traffic congestion on the M6.

Flying is a significant contributor to global warming and world leaders are meeting later this month in an attempt to avoid a climate catastrophe.

Manchester United defended its commitment to clean energy.

Climate experts and campaigners say we need to avoid or reduce flying

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Steve Bruce: Newcastle boss has been the ‘fall guy’, says son Alex Bruce

Steve Bruce has said there have been no discussions about his future with the club

Steve Bruce has been the “fall guy” at Newcastle and it has been “really tough to watch” the criticism directed at him, says his son Alex Bruce.

The Newcastle boss takes charge of his 1,000th match as a manager at home to Tottenham on Sunday.

It is the Magpies’ first game since the club’s controversial £305m takeover.

Steve Bruce took the role at his boyhood club in 2019 but his son says he “has been battered since the moment he walked in the door”.

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Fight Talk: Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder III – who wins?

We’re just days away from a blockbuster heavyweight clash as Tyson Fury defends his WBC belt against Deontay Wilder – so who will come out on top in the trilogy bout?

Plus, Mike Tyson praises Anthony Joshua after the Briton’s defeat by Oleksandr Usyk and Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez refuses to rule out a fight with YouTuber Jake Paul.

It’s Fight Talk – your weekly fix of boxing news.

Is Fury just too good for Wilder?

The first fight was a thrilling draw.

The second was a Fury masterclass.

And on Saturday night in Las Vegas, two of the

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