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League Two news from Saturday, May 27, 2017

- Ronald Koeman oversaw a solid Premier League campaign at Everton in his first season in charge at Goodison Park.The Dutchman replaced the sacked Roberto Martinez in the summer with the brief of improving upon their disappointing 11th place finish in the top-flight, and he has done just that with the Toffees concluding the campaign in seventh, just nine points behind sixth place Manchester United.A

- Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has labelled Mike Flynn’s job at Newport County “remarkable” after rescuing the Welsh club from a destined relegation.The legendary Arsenal goalscorer is in Wales doing his coaching qualifications but the Frenchmen has commented on Flynn’s remarkable job in beating relegation with Newport County.The 36-year-old Manager made a combined 110 appearances for the Welsh club

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- Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville has singled out Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil as Arsenal’s top performances in Saturday’s FA Cup final win against Chelsea.Sanchez opened the scoring in the first-half and was arguably man of the match as the Gunners went on to win 2-1 and end Chelsea’s hopes of a double.Diego Costa equalised for Antonio Conte’s side not long after Victor Moses was gi

- Portsmouth manager Paul Cook is being linked with a move to Wigan Athletic, according to a report by BBC News.The former Chesterfield manager is a wanted man this summer, and it now appears that Wigan have joined the race for his services as they look to bounce back from League One next season.Cook has just guided Portsmouth to promotion, winning the league title on the final day of the season ahe

- It’s been a tough first season for new Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, who has had a real learning curve in his first campaign at the club. The former Barcelona coach has had quite the education during his first spell in England but he’s secured his side Champions League football for next season, which can only be seen as a positive going forward.But key to his future plans will be the deve

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