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newsfootball20 hours ago

Lionel Messi would be tempted to reunite with Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, claims Rivaldo

Brazil legend Rivaldo has revealed that Lionel Messi would be delighted to reunite with former boss Pep Guardiola once again at Manchester City, amidst rumours of the Argentine eyeing a move away from Barcelona in the next season. The Argentine has spent his entire career so far at Barcelona.
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newsfootball21 hours ago

Football will slowly go back to the way things were before pandemic, claims Jonathan Barnett

Super-agent Jonathan Barnett has opined that football, both on the field and the business side of things, is on a slow climb back to normalcy. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the transfer market with many clubs across Europe struggling financially which could lead to a knock-on effect.
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newsfootball21 hours ago

Kai Havertz will be a success if he decides to go to England, proclaims Wendell

Bayer Leverkusen defender Wendell has admitted that fellow Bayer Leverkusen starlet Kai Havertz would succeed in the Premier League if he opts to swap Germany for England. The versatile midfielder has been heavily linked with a move away from Leverkusen in recent weeks with Chelsea his top suitor.
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newsfootball21 hours ago

Aston Villa don’t have Tom Cruise but I believe we can stay up, claims Dean Smith

Dean Smith has confessed that his Aston Villa side have it within them to complete mission impossible and stay in the Premier League for yet another season. The Lions have struggled to find their footing this term with them in the midst of a six team battle against relegation from the top flight.
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newsfootball21 hours ago

Only two clubs seriously discussed forming closed super league, admits Alexander Ceferin

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has admitted that there were only two clubs that seriously discussed forming a closed super league for elite clubs. Before the coronavirus pandemic hit the world, there were talks around Europe about the formation of a closed European super league.
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newsfootballa day ago

Thiago Alcantara might want to do something new in future, admits Karl-Heinz Rummenigge

Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has confessed that Thiago Alcantara might want to leave the Bavarians in the near future with the midfielder looking for a new challenge. The Spaniard has been heavily linked with a move to England in recent months with his contract set to expire next summer.
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newsfootballa day ago

2022 AFC Asian Cup announcement has given us extra motivation, claims Bala Devi

With the Scottish Premier League halted for an indefinite period owing to the Covid-19 outbreak, Rangers FC star Bala Devi is busy working on her fitness to be in the best possible shape when action resumes. The Indian footballer is also overjoyed with India hosting the 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup.
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newsfootballa day ago

Position swap during India U-19 days helped me improve as footballer, admits Pritam Kotal

Indian footballer Pritam Kotal has revealed that him changing from a central midfielder into a more defensive role during his early days has actually helped him improve as a footballer. The right-back guided ATK to their third Indian Super League triumph last season and his second title overall.
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newsfootballa day ago

Manchester United still needs to improve on many aspects of our game, claims Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer feels that there is still room for improvement despite the fact that Manchester United are currently enjoying a 15-match unbeaten streak in all competitions. The Red Devils sit in fifth place in the Premier League table with 52 points and are in contention for a top-four finish.
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newsfootball2 days ago

VAR is pushing football in a really bad direction, proclaims Jose Mourinho

After another game full of VAR controversies, Jose Mourinho has admitted that the technology is pushing football in a really bad direction. The 2019/20 season in England is the first to use the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) although it has seen the technology come under heavy criticism for the use.
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