Premier League clubs vote in principle to back spending cap

Premier League clubs have voted in favour of developing plans to introduce a spending cap. Sixteen clubs approved proposals for the Premier League to complete the final economic and legal analysis needed to create a spending-cap model. The model if voted through it would replace the current Profit and Sustainability Rules (PSR) from the 2025-26 season onwards.

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United scrape into FA Cup final after stunning Coventry comeback

Manchester United scraped into the FA Cup final on penalties despite throwing away a three-goal lead against Championship side Coventry in an epic semi-final at Wembley. The Sky Blues forced extra-time with a Haji Wright penalty but came undone on spot kicks with captain Ben Sheaf missing a crucial kick.

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Ajer scores late equaliser as Brentford hold United

Kristoffer Ajer scored in the ninth minute of injury time as Brentford snatched a dramatic draw against Manchester United in a thrilling finish at the Gtech Community Stadium. The equaliser came three minutes after Mason Mount thought he had snatched the win for the visitors with his first United goal. But they could not hold on for victory and a draw damages the Red Devils’ hopes of qualifying for next season’s Champions League.

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Man United end Liverpool’s quadruple hopes in seven goal thriller

Manchester United kept their trophy hopes alive for this season and ended Liverpool’s quest for four trophies with a dramatic extra-time victory in an FA Cup quarter-final classic at Old Trafford. In an incident-packed encounter, it was substitute Amad Diallo who sent Erik ten Hag’s side to Wembley with a strike in the dying seconds of the additional period to send the Stretford End wild.

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Foden the hero as City comeback to win Manchester Derby

Phil Foden scored twice in the second half as Manchester City came from behind to beat Manchester United 3-1 at the Etihad Stadium. Marcus Rashford’s thumping long shot had given Erik ten Hag’s team an unlikely lead in the Manchester derby and Erling Haaland’s shocking miss from much closer range allowed United to retain the lead until the interval. But they could not hold on.

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