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newsfootball18 days ago

Players need more than one week of training, asserts Raheem Sterling

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling has chastised the Premier League’s return as the winger asserted that players need more than just one week of training in order to play football. The English top tier, and second tier, is planning on restarting action in mid-June with training to start any day.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Pep Guardiola is the best coach I’ve ever seen, gushes Francis Lee

Manchester City legend Francis Lee has opined that former Barcelona and current Cityzens coach Pep Guardiola is the greatest he has ever seen. The Spaniard has taken the Etihad Stadium side to new heights in his three year spell with them winning two league titles and a myriad of other trophies.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Reports | Raheem Sterling and Kevin De Bruyne to be rewarded with new contracts

Manchester City stars Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling are set to be handed brand new contracts with the Cityzens looking to lock down the two superstars for the forseable future.The two attackers have been standout stars for the club and are crucial assets that City cannot afford to lose.
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featurefootball3 months ago

Pep Guardiola said he'll stay at Manchester City but actually doing it will change his legacy

Football is unrelenting. For all the beauty, magnificence and even wonder it produces, it's equally harsh, terrible and unrelenting in its attitude to hate. It's human nature, after all, to remember faults of your fellow man more than your own, exactly as that Greek proverb says.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Real Madrid are fantastic club but I'm not looking to leave Manchester, admits Raheem Sterling

Raheem Sterling has called Real Madrid a fantastic club ahead of Manchester City's fixture against the 13-time Champions League winners. The 25-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to the Santiago Bernabeu in the past with the rumours only intensifying after the Cityzens' UEFA ban.
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newsfootball4 months ago

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 27 – How to replace Son Heung-Min

With the world smack in the middle of another European round-robin, it’s perhaps the moment to avoid any rash decisions, but then Son Heung-Min gets injured. The news has been officially confirmed and there is a big chance that the South Korean is done for the season, so how do you replace Sonny?
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newsfootball4 months ago

Reports | Pep Guardiola and Raheem Sterling set to stay at Manchester City despite UEFA ban

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola and budding superstar Raheem Sterling are planning on staying on at the club despite the Cityzens’ two-year ban from European competitions. The duo have been linked with moves away to Spain, Italy and even Germany after news of the ban was unveiled.
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newsfootball4 months ago

Understandable if Pep Guardiola leaves Manchester City, admits Ruud Gullit

Former AC Milan star Ruud Guillt believes that Pep Guardiola leaving Manchester City would be understandable after the club’s Champions League ban. The Cityzens have been banned from the competition for two years following a UEFA investigation revealed that the club skirted financial fair play laws.
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newsfootball4 months ago

Reports | Real Madrid target £180 million move for Raheem Sterling

La Liga giants Real Madrid are considering a massive £180 million move for Manchester City star Raheem Sterling next summer. The Los Blancos are looking for superstars to transform their side and believe that a move for Sterling is possible in the wake of Manchester City’s Champions League ban.
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newsfootball4 months ago

VAR has been successful with respect to offsides, admits Gary Neville

Pundit Gary Neville has given his point of view on the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) after the technological system has invited a lot of criticisms. He spoke on a range of topics after YouGov's survey revealed only one in 25 football fans think VAR has 'worked very well' in the Premier League.
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