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Mo Farah interview

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Go hard or go home is Mo Farah’s motto. It’s what he keeps rolling around his head when he’s hot-footing it around the dusty trails of Iten in Kenya, logging up the high altitude miles and sharpening the devastating kick of pace that has become his calling card in recent years.

“It means train hard, give your all and then you can go home, rest up and chill out with your family,” he explains to Sport when we meet on a sunny afternoon in Regent’s Park.

Liverpool: the road to Wembley

Liverpool have played a game less than their final rivals - but will it make a difference on the day?

Chelsea: the road to Wembley

Unconvincing until they thrashed Spurs in the semis - have Chelsea found form at the right time?

FA Cup final: in the red corner

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Matt Ladson, editor at thisisanfield.com

The season so far
Liverpool’s season has been, on the whole, underwhelming. To be so far off the season’s aim of a top-four finish and almost certain to finish lower in the league than last season, means it’s arguable as to whether progress has been made. The performances and style of play have been much improved, but the lack of a cutting edge in attack has been staggering – the failure to solve this has been most worrying.

FA Cup final: in the blue corner

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Martin Rowe, for cfcnet.co.uk

The season so far
Tomorrow is not only the FA Cup final, but it is also, coincidentally, the eve of the nine-week anniversary of Andre Villas-Boas’ sacking. This in itself is a reason for Chelsea fans to be delighted that we will be contesting the final against one of our modern cup rivals, Liverpool, in an attempt to lift the trophy for a seventh time.


This week's top gadget will add depth to your gaming experience. Though it probably won't work that well for Space Invaders


Going underground with a new book, a WWII sniper game hits the mark and The Cribs unleash their brazen bull


Look after your guns, or at least make them look bigger, with this collection. They don't do much for a beer belly, mind


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With the first men’s fragrance from a brand better known for its wheels

Mercedes-Benz Eau de Toilette (picture 1)
The famous three-pointed star of Mercedes-Benz has long been associated with top-quality precision engineering, but the luxury German brand has travelled somewhat outside its comfort zone with this, a first foray into the competitive world of men’s fragrances.

Premier League: Blackburn v Wigan

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Monday May 7,
Ewood Park,
Sky Sports 1 8pm

While relegation is something to get upset about, it’s the fight that Blackburn seem to lack that will really be getting to the Ewood Park faithful.

Last week’s defeat to Tottenham, a side that was coming off the back of three straight defeats, saw Blackburn fail to register one shot at goal – the first time a top-flight side has failed to do so since 2004. That is an unforgivable stat at the best of times, let alone when you’re three games from the drop.

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