When all else fails and anger bites so hard it hurts…you know it’s time. Time to pick up the proverbial pen and dig out your soul. Another car crash scenario hits Sky Sports News…”Toon in turmoil”, with Jim White frothing at the mouth. To some, it appears the Mike Ashley years have hit a defining 

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The Mike Ashley propaganda machine in now getting into full swing. It was always going to happen. Trying to portray Rafa Benitez in the worst possible light. Whilst at the same time attempting to make out that the search for his replacement, is anything other than employing the most desperate out of work below par 

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Bryan Byrne June 26, 2019 Nike If Nike were looking for a statement player to endorse their new Tiempo Legend 8 release, they sure found him!!! Ronaldinho gave his resounding approval to the latest Tiempo addition on social media today, having been introduced to and taken them for a spin on pitch. The eight generation 

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Arsenal fans going through the meat grinder today. Spurs are about the drop £70m on Ndombele, one of the best young midfielders in the world. United have landed Waan Bissaka for £50m. TEARS ALL OVER THE STATION FLOOR. Meanwhile, David Ornstein has Arsenal out here contemplating selling Auba to find Wilfried Zaha (Palace trying to 

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June 26 – A Brooklyn court has awarded Concacaf potentially upwards of $20 million in damages against its former president Jack Warner. The lawsuit was filed by Concacaf in 2017 and is a separate to the cases filed by the US Justice Department, though the allegations against Warner are broadly the same. Concacaf had filed 

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Celtic are still locked in talks to sign David Turnbull this summer. According to Daily Record, the club still want to sign the player but the deal is not done yet. Initially, there were problems with the agent’s demands and now it appears that there are some medical issues. Celtic’s move for Turnbull has been 

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2 minute read 27/6/2019 | 07:00am After enjoying a successful loan spell at Bundesliga side Hoffenheim last season, many at Arsenal would have hoped Reiss Nelson could return to the Emirates as a far improved player. The 19-year-old’s final outing of a long campaign saw him win and convert a penalty in England U21s dramatic 

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Liverpool had a season to remember in 2018/19, and not only because of the Champions League and ensuing celebrations in Madrid. Sometimes, it’s good to take a step back and recall everything that went on, especially those which were remarkable at the time, but might have been momentarily forgotten with the incredible end to the 

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June 26 – Refereeing at the Women’s World Cup has been under severe scrutiny with VAR and other interventions wrecking the natural rhythm of the game, but FIFA’s head of referees Pierluigi Collina has shrugged off the storm of criticism, saying that the tournament is not “an experiment” for new rules using the VAR.   The 

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After Sydney FC won a fourth A-League championship, the attention of many has already turned to the 2019-20 season. It’s set to be a big one for the competition with Western United joining the A-League, Western Sydney Wanderers to play in a new stadium and a number of clubs set to welcome new coaches. With 

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