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Hughes accuses Stoke of 'airbrushing' his success at the club

12 May 2018

"What we have done in the past, we have shown you should never think you are not able to do one other step".

Carvalhal made a staunch defence of his own record, saying: "We gave our maximum, we went to the limits of ourselves and with the players".

Laurent Koscielny will miss the World Cup with a suspected ruptured Achilles sustained in the first half of Arsenal's Europa League semi-final defeat to Atletico Madrid.

No one doubts Ruben Loftus-Cheek's talent and potential, but one question lingers heading into the 2018/19 campaign, and that is where is he going to be playing his football?

Technically, Southampton, on 36 points, are still not safe but only if they lose so heavily at home by Manchester City and Swansea score enough against Stoke to effect a 10-goal swing can the Saints go down.

Swansea - stylish passers, dominant in possession and always looking to attack.

A basic sum of £79.15m is paid to each club with further TV bonus cash added depending on how often they have been broadcast live and their final position in the table.

Guardiola found it difficult to pick his favourite moment of the season, but he said his team winning 18 games in a row was really important in claiming the title.

But when Austin's acrobatic volley was fumbled by the Polish stopper, Gabbiadini-without a goal since February-pounced on an opportunity too important to pass up and a ricocheting strike found the corner. The John Smith's Stadium will be the 54th different ground at which he's managed in the competition, with three of the six grounds he's failed to win at in the competition being based in Yorkshire (Bramall Lane, Hillsborough and Valley Parade). Stoke, West Brom and Swansea have all tried to change in recent years and now they might be wishing they hadn't bothered. But then Conte and company suffered a frustrating 1-1 Stamford Bridge draw with Huddersfield on Wednesday, securing the visitors' Premier League safety.

This will be Arsene Wenger's 828th and final Premier League match in charge of Arsenal.

Swansea's reputation as one of the most admired and pleasing-on-the-eye teams in English football began under the stewardship of Roberto Martinez from 2007-09, and continued under Brendan Rodgers (2010-12) and Michael Laudrup (2012-14). They will have accumulated 132 points in just three seasons.

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Hughes accuses Stoke of 'airbrushing' his success at the club