Rémi Garde | The Gallery

This week’s winner is Fraser Reynolds who wins a copy of Football Manager 2016. Next week we’d like your takes on China: the new moneybags footballing superpower. Send your efforts to gallery@theguardian.com by noon on Monday 15 February as a jpeg, complete with a caption. Anyone who forgets will have to streamline Aston Villa’s wage budget.
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  • Unregulated access to away grounds the problem, says Wanderers CEO
  • Club ‘committed’ to eradicating problem after weekend incidents

Facing possible loss of competition points, A-League leaders Western Sydney Wanderers say they are searching for ways to better prevent fans blackening the club’s reputation at away games.

Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas said on Tuesday the club had largely eliminated problems at their home games where only members could enter the Red and Black Bloc section.

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• Proposed action comes in wake of 77th minute protest at Anfield
• ‘There are a number of options ... clubs need to be made to listen’

The Football Supporters’ Federation will discuss organising a widespread walkout of Premier League matches with supporters’ groups in response to the rising cost of attending matches.

Related: Jürgen Klopp tells Liverpool’s owners to find a solution over ticket row

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• Investors fear club will not finish in Champions League place
• Poor results have caused concern despite lucrative commercial deals

Manchester United’s share price dipped to its lowest level in over three years on Monday after Louis van Gaal’s team slipped further behind their rivals in the race for Champions League qualification.

United’s hopes of finishing in the top four took a blow on Sunday when Diego Costa equalised in stoppage time to snatch a point for Chelsea, leaving Van Gaal’s side six points adrift of the top four having been top of the table in November.

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• Investors fear club will not finish in Champions League place
• Poor results have caused concern despite lucrative commercial deals

Manchester United’s share price dipped to its lowest level in over three years on Monday after Louis van Gaal’s team slipped further behind their rivals in the race for Champions League qualification.

United’s hopes of finishing in the top four took a blow on Sunday when Diego Costa equalised in stoppage time to snatch a point for Chelsea, leaving Van Gaal’s side six points adrift of the top four having been top of the table in November.

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