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Matthew Clarke

Welcome to Matthew Clarke's profile page where we post regular news updates. In addition to press articles, you can also find pictures of the player and a list of all 'Official Player Site' articles where Matthew is mentioned.

Date of Birth: 03/11/1973
Place of Birth: Sheffield
Nationality: English
Height: 6.04 (1.90 m)
Weight: 13.08 (86.2 Kg)
 Internet Stories: 1350 articles
FA Chairman Clarke to be quizzed on dementia football link - 13/11/2017
FA chairman Greg Clarke will be asked by a parliamentary watchdog to reveal when long-awaited research into possible links between dementia and the sport will finally be delivered after 15 years.

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Gareth Bale or Antoine Griezmann - who do Man Utd go for?
Antoine Griezmann or Gareth Bale? That is the big question that will be pondered at Manchester United once this season is over. Here, Sportsmail asks who would be the better fit at Old Trafford? [More]

Andy Carroll must be stopped before he does real damage
MARTIN SAMUEL - CHIEF SPORTS WRITER: This business with Andy Carroll cannot go on. Someone is going to get hurt. And not hurt like Marvin Zeegelaar of Watford was, either. [More]

Arsenal are still ahead of Tottenham, says Jamie Carragher
Arsenal are still a long way ahead of Tottenham in terms of status, according to former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher. The Gunners beat Tottenham 2-0 at the Emirates at the weekend. [More]

Cyrus Christie calls for action against racist abuse
Middlesbrough defender Cyrus Christie has called for more action to tackle the issue of racist abuse after the Ireland star was targeted by online trolls after Ireland's World Cup play-off defeat. [More]

John Terry shakes off injury blues with gym session
John Terry admits he hates being injured, but the veteran Aston Villa defender looks to be taking a proactive outlook on his recovery as he hit the gym for a big Monday session. [More]

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Italy hope Carlo Ancelotti will consider taking vacant job
The Azzurri failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 60 years prompting demands for major change at the top of their governing body, the FIGC. [More]

Bellamy says he would always be interested in Wales job
The former striker was speaking about the managerial role on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football show after Chris Coleman stepped down as Wales boss to take over at Sunderland. [More]

Hearts and Hibernian to face each other in Scottish Cup
Hearts and Hibs are to square up in the William Hill Scottish Cup for the third season in a row. It was the plum tie in Monday's fourth-round draw which sees holders Celtic host Brechin City. [More]

Zlatan hands over Sweden's best player title to Granqvist
Ibrahimovic's unbroken ten-year run as Sweden's best player came to an end on Monday when FC Krasnodar defender Granqvist won the country's Golden Ball for 2017. [More]

Chris Coleman adamant he chose right club in Sunderland
Chris Coleman did not realise at the time, but just as he was settling into his seat to be unveiled as the new manager of Sunderland, Tony Pulis was being sacked at West Brom. [More]

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Scott Brown urges Scotland to appoint new manager quickly
Scotland captain Scott Brown wants SFA chief executive Stewart Regan to land a new national manager as soon as possible. Scotland don't play a competitive game until next September. [More]

Klopp calls on Sturridge to focus on Liverpool duties
Jurgen Klopp has urged striker Daniel Sturridge to put his personal frustrations aside and focus on helping Liverpool hit their pre-Christmas targets. [More]

Kevin De Bruyne will win Player of the Year - Carragher
Kevin De Bruyne is already the outright favourite to win the PFA Player of the Year award and has a right foot comparable to David Beckham and Steven Gerrard. [More]

Pep Guardiola ready to throw Phil Foden into Man City team
At the end of a glowing assessment of Phil Foden, Guardiola mischievously added that Manchester City’s prodigy must be ready for a call ‘because sometimes the manager makes surprises’. [More]

Sam Allardyce in frame to replace Tony Pulis at West Brom
Pulis was ruthlessly sacked over the telephone by West Bromwich Albion. Chairman John Williams delivered the news during a call on Monday morning while Pulis was at home in Dorset. [More]

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Griezmann has no regrets over staying at Atletico
Atletico Madrid's France forward Antoine Griezmann has no regrets about staying at the Liga club despite a difficult start to the season which has seen him booed by his own fans. [More]

West Brom were brilliantly boring under Tony Pulis
CHRIS SUTTON: if you look at Pulis' CV and the clubs he has kept in the top flight, his record is exceptional. He’s had a decade of keeping mediocre teams in the Premier League. [More]

Ibrahimovic could have 'too much mentality for Lukaku'
Ibrahimovic returned from a seven-month absence due to a knee injury in the second half of United's win over Newcastle - and promptly played as centre forward with Lukaku pushed to the wing. [More]

Crouch makes record Premier League substitute appearance
Peter Crouch's 73rd-minute introduction at the Amex Stadium on Monday night took him past ex-Newcastle striker Shola Ameobi's tally, set between 2000 and 2015. [More]

Man City 'one of best teams in Europe': van Bronckhorst
Van Bronckhorst's side were thrashed 4-0 by Pep Guardiola's formidable team in September and face another daunting clash with the Premier League leaders at the Etihad Stadium. [More]

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