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Fans, Players & More Pay Tribute To Cristiano Ronaldo

There was a well-deserved outpouring of praise for the legendary Portuguese forward as he announced his transfer from Real Madrid to Juventus today. We’ll remember this day for quite some time. It had been brewing behind closed doors for a while but today finally came the announcement that Cristiano Ronaldo would be leaving the Santiago Bernabéu for Turin-giants Juventus – …

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Hedge Fund Takes Control Of AC Milan As Club Cannot Pay Debts

American hedge fund Elliott will take control of Italian giants AC Milan this week after the club’s Chinese ownership missed a multi-million euro debt repayment, sources close to the matter confirmed to AFP on Tuesday. The source told AFP that Elliott began the legal process of taking control of the seven-time European Champions on Monday, and that a board meeting …

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James McClean Facing Disciplinary Proceedings After Training Camp Absence

James McClean will face an internal disciplinary proceeding at West Brom after failing to report for training camp without permission. A report on the club’s website says that McClean failed to appear for training at St Andrew’s University, where the club will be based for a four-day training camp until Thursday. The Baggies’ head coach Darren Moore gave four players permission to stay behind …

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Mesut Ozil Might Never Be Picked For Germany Again

KAZAN, RUSSIA - JUNE 27: Mesut Oezil of Germany looks on prior to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group F match between Korea Republic and Germany at Kazan Arena on June 27, 2018 in Kazan, Russia. (Photo by TF-Images/Getty Images)

The fallout from Germany’s disastrous World Cup campaign continues – and it could spell the end of Mesut Ozil’s international career. Among the key reasons cited for the defending champions’ failure to even emerge from the group stage was the meeting and of Ozil and Ilkay Gundogan with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan – a meeting that was said to have …

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Breaking: Former Barcelona Boss Luis Enrique Named Spain Coach

Spain has appointed former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique as their new coach to replace Julen Lopetegui, the country’s football federation (RFEF) announced on Monday. Enrique was the favorite to get the job amongst many reports. The RFEF held two press conferences on Monday to announce the changes. The first press conference unveiled Jose Francisco Molina, 47, a former goalkeeper at Atletico …

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Fernando Hierro Quits Role As Spain Manager

The Spanish coach Fernando Hierro has stepped down from his role with the international giants after a disappointing exit from the World Cup. Fernando Hierro, who coached the Spanish national team during their disappointing World Cup finals campaign in Russia, has decided to step down from his role as manager. Hierro, 50, was originally occupying a role as the international …

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