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Watch: Seamus Coleman Left Red-Faced After Unfortunate Own-Goal

Seamus Coleman was the victim of some bad luck as he scored an own-goal against Watford in today’s Premier League matchup. It was Watford’s Gerard Deulofeu who started the move against his former-club, finding Kiko Femenia who crossed into the box where Roberto Pereyra managed to connect. Hitting the post, the ball then rebounded into the path of Ireland’s Seamus …

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Kieran Sadlier Leaves Cork City For England

Popular midfielder Kieran Sadlier has departed Cork City in favour of an English League One side. Doncaster Rovers announced the signing of the 24-year-old on an 18 month contract, citing their delight after a raft of clubs were in the hunt for his signature. NEWS | #DRFC have completed the signing of exciting forward Kieran Sadlier after beating a number …

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Chelsea Suspend Four Fans After Sterling Racial Abuse Row

Chelsea have suspended four people from attending their matches while the club carries out an investigation into allegations Manchester City star Raheem Sterling was racially abused during Saturday’s Premier League clash. Television cameras apparently caught a Chelsea fan aiming racist abuse at England winger Sterling during the Blues’ 2-0 win over City at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea and the British police …

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‘Try Something New, Come To Italy,’ Ronaldo Urges Messi

Cristiano Ronaldo has urged long-time rival Lionel Messi to be more like him and push his limits by challenging himself in another league than Spain. “I’d like him to come to Italy one day. I hope he accepts the challenge like me, but if he’s happy there then I respect that,” Ronaldo told the Italian press on Monday. The two …

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Romelu Lukaku Confident He Is Over Post-World Cup ‘Slump’

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Romelu Lukaku believes he has finally emerged from his post-World Cup slump, with the Manchester United striker revealing he had to shed muscle to adapt to the demands of the Premier League. After a promising first season at Old Trafford, the 25-year-old has struggled to make an impact in front of goal amid what has been a largely frustrating second …

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Jim McGuinness Ready To Stand On His Own Two Feet In The ‘Unknown’

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Jim McGuinness has been appointed head coach of the United States Soccer League outfit, Charlotte Independence. After a lengthy spell with Celtic, McGuinness took up the role as assistant to former Bayern Leverkusen manager, Roger Schmidt at Beijing Sinobo Guoan. McGuinness left China in July and had been looking to secure his first head-coaching role. However, he admitted the decision on …

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Klopp ‘Not One Second Worried’ About Salah’s Early Season Form

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he was not worried for “one second” about Mohamed Salah’s form this season after his relatively sluggish start. The Egypt forward made it 10 Premier League goals for the campaign with his hat-trick in Saturday’s 4-0 win at Bournemouth that sent Liverpool top of the league. The Reds now boast the league’s only unbeaten record …

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