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By: PA | August 21st,2018

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson fumes about Liverpool penalty

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson is happy to be treated as a “pariah” after insisting that Liverpool should not have been awarded a penalty in their 2-0 Premier League win at Selhurst Park.The Reds were given a spot-kick on the stroke of half-time when Mohamed Salah went down under a clumsy challenge from Mamadou Sakho.James Milner converted from 12 yards and then Sadio Mane made t... Read More [+]

By: | August 20th,2018

I won’t go - Eden Hazard confirms Chelsea stay

Eden Hazard confirms hes staying at Chelsea this season but hasnt ruled out a move in the future. Rumours linking the Belgian with a move away from Stamford Bridge have been going on for a while, but have intensified in recent months. After Belgiums best-ever World Cup campaign in Russia, which ended with them finishing in third place, the 27-year-old forward hinted that his time could b... Read More [+]

By: | August 20th,2018

No Ronaldo, no fans - Real Madrid have lowest La Liga attendance in 10 years

The post-Cristiano Ronaldo era at Real Madrid began the way the pre-Cristiano Ronaldo era ended, with a half-full Santiago Bernabeu. Goals from Dani Carvajal and Gareth Bale against Getafe got Julen Lopeteguis side off to the perfect start in the 2018-19 La Liga season, but the lack of home fans was as conspicious as the absence of their former talisman. Just 48,466 people came through the ... Read More [+]

By: | August 20th,2018

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho blasts Man City Amazon series as lacking class

Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho has ridiculed Man Citys fly-on-the-wall series The Manchester United manager is not impressed at featuring in a negative way in the Amazon production - Manchester City: All or Nothing. The documentary, released last week, tells the story of Citys record-breaking title-winning season under boss Pep Guardiola. But Mourinho sarcastically said: I havent seen it, but... Read More [+]

By: | August 20th,2018

Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric clears Inter Milan after FIFA chat

Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric has cleared Inter Milan over claims of FIFA intervening in their transfer row. Real have complained to FIFA about Inters public pursuit of the Croatia international since the end of the World Cup. But Gazzetta dello Sport says FIFA called Modric for his view on the situation and the midfielder cleared Inter of any wrongdoing. Modric informed FIFA it was h... Read More [+]

By: | August 20th,2018

Marko Grujic agrees Liverpool extension, joins Hertha on loan

Marko Grujic will spend the season on loan at Hertha Berlin after signing a contract extension with Liverpool. The new deal reportedly keeps the Serbia midfielder at Anfield until 2023. He seemed to have a chance to remain part of Jurgen Klopps squad after Liverpool rejected a loan offer from Cardiff City, where he spent the second half of last season. Instead, the 22-year-old will link up... Read More [+]

By: ESPN | August 20th,2018

Lazio fans flyer calls for women to avoid Stadio Olimpicos Curva Nord

A group of Lazio fans have caused outrage by telling women to avoid their sacred space in a section of the clubs Stadio Olimpico. The ultras distributed flyers ahead of their teams Serie A opener at home to Napoli on Saturday. The Curva Nord represents for us a sacred space, an environment with an unwritten code to be respected, read the flyer in Italian. The first few rows, as always,... Read More [+]

By: | August 20th,2018

Alvaro Morata reveals how close he came to leaving this summer

Morata admits he could have been sold this summer but decided to stay and prove himself instead – and he finally got his reward in a game just made for strikers. The Spain star missed the World Cup after ending his debut season at Chelsea on a barren run, and fans called for him to be sold when he missed a penalty against Arsenal in pre-season. But in a match featuring 39 shots, Morata s... Read More [+]

By: PA | August 20th,2018

Nacho says Bale has nothing to prove as Real start LaLiga life without Ronaldo

Real Madrid defender Nacho has insisted Gareth Bale has nothing to prove as he attempts to plug the gap left by Cristiano Ronaldo.The Wales international was on the scoresheet in Real’s 2-0 victory over Getafe in new coach Julen Lopetegui’s first LaLiga game at the helm on Sunday evening.Speaking afterwards, Nacho told the club’s official website, “As ... Read More [+]

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