newsfootball3 days ago

We wanted Bulgaria to suffer, admits Jordan Henderson

England’s clash against Bulgaria, a convincing 6-0 victory, will always be remembered for the racist chants and not the football on display, which has enraged Jordan Henderson. The English star admitted that his side wanted the hosts to suffer and allowed their football to do the talking.
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newsfootball4 days ago

UEFA will use all evidence to prosecute Bulgarian fans

Many feared that the game in Sofia between Bulgaria and England could take a turn for the worst. And it actually did, as the Bulgaria fans taunted the English players with racist chants, nazi gestures and other obnoxious chants, which saw the referee stop the game twice before the fans were ejected.
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newsfootball7 days ago

Did not do enough to win, admits Gareth Southgate

Gareth Southgate has revealed that England didn’t do enough in their 2-1 loss to the Czech Republic. A win would have sent the Three Lions to Euro 2020 but the English fell to their first defeat of their qualification campaign conceding a goal in either half despite an early Harry Kane goal.
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newsfootball7 days ago

England are not learning from their sloppy mistakes, says Roy Keane

Roy Keane has claimed that Gareth Southgate or England are not learning from their mistakes after a defeat to the Czech Republic. The English took the lead via a Harry Kane penalty in their Euro 2020 qualification group but then conceded two goals to fall to their first loss of the qualifying stage.
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newsfootball16 days ago

We can win the Champions League, admits Raheem Sterling

Raheem Sterling believes Manchester City can win the Champions League if they keep their eye on the prize. The Cityzens’ have dominated England under Pep Guardiola but have struggled to make it past the quarter-finals in the Champions League, losing most recently to Tottenham last year.
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newsfootball17 days ago

Phil Foden deserves to play a lot more football, admits Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola has apologized to youngster Phil Foden, with the Spaniard admitting that the young midfielder deserves to play a lot more football. The 19-year-old is arguably the best prospect that Manchester City have produced but has played only 10 minutes of Premier League football so far.
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newsfootball20 days ago

I don't feel there's any racism in Bernardo Silva's tweet, admits Raheem Sterling

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling defended his teammate Bernardo Silva over a racist tweet on Benjamin Mendy, sparking debate and drawing accusations of racism on Silva. The tweet was meant to be a joke between two best friends but now the Football Association are investigating the matter.
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newsfootball23 days ago

Reports | Xavi wants Raheem Sterling at Barcelona

Xavi has admitted that if he does ever become the manager of Barcelona one day, he would like to bring Raheem Sterling as he believes the Manchester City star could be the perfect player to take Barcelona to further glory. The Englishman has had an unstoppable season so far, contributing 7 goals.
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newsfootballa month ago

Presser Watch | Pep Guardiola, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Mauricio Pochettino speak after Gameweek 5

The Premier League is back and it’s back with an absolute bang, with Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham getting rid of a winless run. It also bore witness to Manchester City’s first defeat at the hands of Norwich City, a shocking win but that’s the Premier League, and it far from over.
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newsfootballa month ago

Presser Watch | Mauricio Pochettino, Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola speak ahead of Gameweek 5

After a two week long international break, the Premier League is back and with it all the drama that the managers bring to it. It should be a cracking weekend, and the managers are out in full-flow for the pre-match press-conferences, so read everything they had to say, plus much more.
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