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Jose Mourinho rules out sale of Tottenham ace Harry Kane

Ale Moreno believes a move away from the Premier League would make Harry Kane a more complete player.

New Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho wants to take the club led by England striker Harry Kane to the next level by winning trophies, which is why he said there's no way Spurs will sell their star man. 

The much-travelled 56-year-old Portuguese was appointed as Spurs head coach on Wednesday the day after Pochettino, who spent 5-1/2 years in charge of the north London club, was sacked with his team struggling in 14th place in the Premier League.

However, the Argentine fan-favourite failed to...

VAR in the Premier League 'a learning curve' for everyone - Mike Riley

ESPN's Dale Johnson explains how despite criticism, VAR suffers most because so few understand what's going on.
Stewart Robson believes Riley and the Premier League's "arrogance" about VAR has created a flawed system.
After a day of more VAR controversy, Shaka Hislop says the way it's been implemented in England is "not working."
Ian Darke can't understand why Premier League referees haven't used the pitch-side monitors once this season.

STOCKLEY PARK, England -- VAR has had a rocky start to life in the Premier League. It is now in use in 27 domestic leagues across the world, from Australia to Israel and China to Colombia, but English football has, by comparison, been a late convert.

Determined not to rush into the use of video technology, two years were spent holding trials in a test environment, while also using the FA Cup and Carabao Cup as guinea pigs. But rather than introducing a fully honed product, it is perceived as an...

Pep Guardiola on Manchester City future: 'I want to be here 100%'

Ale Moreno reveals the biggest factor in whether Pep Guardiola will stay or go at the end of his contract.
Pep Guardiola discusses Bernardo Silva's racism ban and insists he's not guilty of the offence.
Can Chelsea's youngsters defeat the defending champs? The Exploding Heads turn to FIFA 20 to find out.

MANCHESTER, England -- Pep Guardiola insists there is no chance he will quit as Manchester City manager at the end of the season.

The Spaniard will complete four years at the Etihad Stadium in the summer, matching his spell at Barcelona before choosing to resign. He has never been in charge of the same club for five seasons but Guardiola, who has a contract until 2021, says he is going nowhere.

"If the people say do i want to stay? I want to stay," Guardiola told a news conference on Friday. "I...