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Conte proud of Chelsea's composure.

Despite a convincing 4-0 win over Stoke, Antonio Conte was most pleased that his side never became complacent.

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Guardiola: Sane didn't deserve to play before.

Pep Guardiola says Leroy Sane didn't deserve to play at the start of the season, but has since improved the "simple things."

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Pochettino: I'm in love with Harry Kane.

Mauricio Pochettino professes his love for Harry Kane as a goalscorer, after another standout showing for Spurs.

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Guardiola: Aguero will 'die scoring goals.'

Pep Guardiola jokes that Sergio Aguero will "die scoring goals" as the striker closes in on Man City's all-time scoring record.

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Legends make their picks for the FIFA awards.

As FIFA announce the three candidates for awards including best player and best manger, see who's being tipped for success.

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Okocha: Iwobi must take his chance.

Jay-Jay Okocha spoke about his nephew Alex Iwobi's chances of breaking into the Arsenal first team as the nominess were announced for The Best Awards.

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