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Jurgen Klopp Unconcerned About Salah Lack Of Goals

Mohamed Salah’s slow start to the season is not causing Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp to lose any sleep. The 26-year-old Egyptian star — who had a disappointing World Cup after entering it with a shoulder injury he suffered in the Champions League final — has scored just twice this term. Klopp’s lack of concern over his form is supported by …

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Mourinho In No Rush To Hand Dalot Premier League Debut

Jose Mourinho has indicated that he will ration Diogo Dalot’s Manchester United appearances despite an impressive midweek debut in the Champions League. Mourinho declared that Dalot, 19, was the best young full-back in Europe after signing him from Porto for £19 million ($25 million) in June. The right-back’s debut was delayed while he recovered from knee surgery but he looked …

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Sergio Aguero To Remain With Manchester City Until 2021

Sergio Aguero has signed a one-year contract with Manchester City that will see him remain with the club until June 2021.  If the 30-year-old sees out the rest of his three-year contract, it will mean he has been with the club for a decade, a goal he has always wanted to achieve. Aguero has made no secret of his desire …

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Fantasy Football Fairy Outlines The Key Picks For Gameweek 6

The Fantasy Football Fairy is back with his premium, intermediate and budget recommendations for Gameweek 6 in the Premier League. Chelsea’s Eden Hazard and Bournemouth’s Ryan Fraser stole the show in Gameweek 5 as both midfielders racked up huge FPL scores of 20 and 18 points respectively. Unsurprisingly, both players are currently the most transferred in ahead of the Gameweek …

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Lyon Stun Favourites Man City In Champions League Opener

Pep Guardiola had to watch on in horror from the stands as Manchester City’s Champions League campaign got off to the worst possible start in a 2-1 home defeat by Lyon on Wednesday. Guardiola was serving a touchline ban for being sent-off in last season’s quarter-final exit to Liverpool and the competition favourites failed to live up to their billing. …

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16 Quickfire Conclusions As United Comfortably See Off Young Boys

Manchester United kicked off their Champions League campaign with a comfortable 0-3 victory over Swiss side Young Boys in Berne on Wednesday evening. A first-half brace by captain Paul Pogba, followed by a well-deserved second-half goal from Anthony Martial meant that United avoided a potential banana skin in their European opener. Hot off the heels of victory let’s take a …

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Croatian Prosecutors Charge Dejan Lovren Over Possible Perjury

Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren was charged on Wednesday over alleged perjury at the trial of Zdravko Mamic, the former Dinamo Zagreb boss. In line with Croatian law, prosecutors did not name Lovren but said in a statement they brought charges against a “Croatian citizen born in 1989 suspected of … giving false testimony” on September 1 last year before a …

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“Call Me If Needed” – Bielsa’s Leeds Continue To Garner Big-Name Attention

Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United continued their scintillating start to the Championship season after they defeated Preston North End by 3-0 at Elland Road on Tuesday night. A brace from Welsh international striker Tyler Roberts and one from captain Liam Cooper was enough for an emphatic Leeds win which helped them maintain their impressive unbeaten start to the season. Since arriving …

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Pochettino Accuses The Media Of ‘Disrespecting’ His Players

Mauricio Pochettino was understandably annoyed at the loss his Spurs side suffered in the Champions League on Tuesday. Despite Spurs holding a 1-0 lead after 65 minutes, Inter Milan struck twice, including just before added time, to condemn the Londoners to their third straight 2-1 defeat after similar losses to Watford and Liverpool. The manager then turned his ire towards …

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