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Steven Caulker: Liverpool sign QPR defender on loan

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Liverpool have signed central defender Steven Caulker on loan until the end of season from Championship side QPR.

The 24-year-old, capped once by England, was on loan at Southampton - but that agreement has been cancelled to allow him to move to Anfield.

He is eligible to face Arsenal in the Premier League on Wednesday.

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BPL Review : Man Utd denied late, Villa finally win

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Wayne Rooney's brace was not enough for Manchester United as Newcastle United struck late to secure a 3-3 draw at St James' Park.

United went in front in the ninth minute when Rooney rolled home from the penalty spot after Chancel Mbemba was deemed to have handballed in the box by referee Mike Dean.

Read more: BPL Review : Man Utd denied late, Villa finally win

Van Gaal: Even I am very bored by Manchester United

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The Dutchman insists "we can't always play fantastic football" but admits he has not been impressed with his team at times this season



Louis van Gaal has admitted to feeling "very bored" and even angry while watching Manchester United play this season.

The Dutchman has seemingly survived any short-term threat to his job after a torrid December in which the club fell nine points behind Premier League leaders Arsenal and failed to qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League.

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Guardiola apologises to Premier League managers

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The Spaniard's decision to quit the Allianz Arena at the end of the season has sparked huge speculation over his future



Pep Guardiola has apologised to his Premier League counterparts for his early confirmation that he would be leaving Bayern Munich subsequent admission he was keen to work in England.

The Spaniard announced last month that he would leave the German champions at the end of the season to seek a move to the Premier League, prompting links to Manchester City and Manchester United, as well as Chelsea and to a lesser extent Arsenal.

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Lionel Messi wins 2015 Ballon d'Or

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The Barcelona star capped a stunning year with his fifth World Player of the Year gong, beating off competition from team-mate Neymar and Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo



Lionel Messi has won the 2015 Fifa Ballon d'Or ahead of Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona team-mate Neymar, claiming the prestigious award at Monday's ceremony in Zurich.

Messi received 41.33 per cent of the votes, with Ronaldo (27.76%) in second place and Neymar (7.86%) third.

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