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Salah and Kerr win FWA awards

Some more news – The Football Writers’ Association (FWA) has named Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah Man of the Year for the second time, with Chelsea striker Sam Kerr winning the women’s award.

Salah won 48% of the vote, with Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne in second and West Ham’s Declan Rice in third. Kerr was similarly dominant and got 40% of the vote to finish ahead of Arsenal striker Vivianne Miedema and City’s Lauren Hemp.

Channel 4 shows England men’s matches live

Some interesting early news where Channel 4 announces that it has acquired the rights to broadcast the English men’s matches in the Nations League, plus the EC 2024 qualifiers and friendlies. In total, Channel 4 will broadcast 20 live England matches between 2022 and 2024, all on free-to-air television.

The Nations League campaign offers four matches in June – two against Hungary, a trip to Germany and Italy at Molineux – before the return matches with Italy and Germany in September. The European Championship qualifiers start in 2023, where the draw will take place in October.

Preamble

Hello and welcome to a long weekend of football, with crunchy clashes everywhere you turn. For Liverpool and Manchester City, every match is big – but Saturday’s tasks, at cathedrals in St James’s Park and Elland Road, respectively, will probably screw up the title race even more.

Elsewhere, Dean Smith takes Norwich to Villa Park, knowing that a defeat could return the Canary Islands to the championship if Burnley get a result at Watford. That would also be bad news for Frank Lampard, who desperately needs something from his former employers when Chelsea visit Goodison on Sunday. In the top-4 race, Arsenal face yet another test of their abilities at West Ham, while Spurs look set to end their own stumble against Leicester.

In addition to the Premier League, we could see Real Madrid win La Liga on Saturday and Celtic almost regain the Scottish title in Sunday’s Old Firm derby. League One is coming to an end, the race for promotion spots and playoff spots up and down the pyramid is coming down to the thread. Chelsea and Arsenal continue their nip and tuck WSL title fight and the women’s Champions League finalists will be set.

We get team news, previews and more, so let’s put on our classics and we’ll have a little dance, shall we?

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