Image copyright Reuters Image caption Ahmed Musa yatsinze ibitego 13 mu nkino 30 z’umugwi wa CSKA Moscow mu mwaka uheze Umukinyi Leicester City iherutse kugura £16, Ahmed Musa ni we yatsinze ibitego bibiri mu rukino batsinzemwo 4-2 mw’ihiganwa ry’imigwi yatwaye ibikombe mu bihugu vyabo. Munir ni we yinjije ubwa mbere ku mupira Messi yari ahereje
The upcoming campaign is kicking off on August 13 and promises to be to be as exciting as ever. Fascinating players such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ilkay Gundogan and Henrikh Mkhitaryan have joined the Prem. Many fans will look for the best prices to watch them all in action. But which club has the cheapest Premier
Stuart O’Keefe scored his first Cardiff City goal in a 2-0 win over Bristol City in March Midfielder Stuart O’Keefe has signed a new contract at Cardiff City which will keep him with the Bluebirds until the summer of 2019. The 25-year-old joined City in January 2015 from Crystal Palace for an undisclosed fee and
Solly March is expected to miss Brighton’s first five games of the new Championship season Brighton manager Chris Hughton hopes winger Solly March will return from his long-term knee injury in September. The 22-year-old England Under-21 international suffered anterior cruciate ligament damage last December. “We are hoping to have him after the first international break,”
Swansea are stepping up their interest in Leicester striker Leonardo Ulloa as they look to bolster their attack. Swansea are in need of at least one new striker as Bafetimbi Gomis is set to join Marseille on a season-long loan deal, while Euro 2016 winner Eder joined Lille earlier in the summer.
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Sam Allardyce is the new England manager. Affectionately known as Big Sam, the 61-year-old has beaten off competition from Hull boss Steve Bruce. England fans won’t need reminding of their team’s abysmal showing under Roy Hodgson at the Euros. He resigned just minutes after the final whistle blew on a 2-1 defeat to Iceland, remember?
Steve Bruce has left his role as manager of Hull City, talkSPORT understands. The 55-year-old, who led the Tigers back to the Premier League with Championship play-off success in May, departs the Yorkshire club just three weeks before their season opener against champions Leicester City. Bruce did not take training on Friday and he has handed in
Here are the top transfer-related stories in Friday’s newspapers… Sunderland want £2million compensation from the Football Association for manager Sam Allardyce to take charge of England. (Sunderland Echo) Manchester City are set to beat the lines of Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain to the signing of 19-year-old Brazilian ace Gabriel Jesus – dubbed
Mrs May mocked SNP MP Angus Robertson after he asked her to “ensure that remain means remain” for Scotland. Scotland voted to remain in the EU during the referendum, despite the UK as a whole voting to leave. Mrs May told him: “I have to say to the gentleman, because this is a line that
Arsenal could be ready to turn their attention to Hoffenheim striker Philipp Ochs as Arsene Wenger looks to bolster his attack. The 19-year-old made 13 Bundesliga appearances for the club last season and is seen as one of Germany’s most exciting prospects.
Despite not yet scoring his first goal for Die Kraichgauer, he netted a