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Jose Mourinho, Rui Faria and Ramires have all been charged with misconduct by the Football Association.

The Chelsea trio face punishment for actions following the shock 2-1 defeat to Sunderland last weekend - which was Mourinho's first home league defeat in 78 games at Stamford Bridge.

Mesut Ozil must strive for greater consistency to succeed at Arsenal next season, according to team-mate Per Mertesacker.

The club's record signing, who returned from injury at Hull last week, has found it hard to sustain his early season form but Mertesacker maintains he has what it takes to be a hit at the Emirates.

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris says the only way is up after admitting it will be difficult for Spurs to be any worse next season.

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has confirmed that he is hoping to feature against Chelsea this weekend.

And finally, Gary Neville says Manchester United don't need a "big name" manager as they start their quest to replace David Moyes at Old Trafford.

Former United defender Neville thinks the club are likely to go for a high-profile European coach, but doesn't think they need a "figurehead" to attract top players.

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