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Transfer: Who Should Barcelona Sign On ?

My take on these Barca deals:   1. Renato Sanchez Barca may soon have this lad in, since he has snubbed Man United for the Barca’s sake. But I am not convinced he is a Barcelona standard. If you couldn’t have a first team registration in a side that has Alcatara dominating first 11. Then I just hope he is ...

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4 Liverpool Targets, Can They Be Contenders Next Season?

1. Roma’s Mohamed Salah 2. Southampton’s Susan Tadic 3. RB Leipzig’s Naby Keita 4. Timo Werner also from Leipzig. These are Liverpool’s targets. Its a decent one. But this is not how to win the EPL, except Jurgen Klopp is not going to sell any of the key players, including the out of favor Daniel Sturridge and Barcelona chase, Coutinho. ...

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Four Key Notes About The Nigeria Vs. Togo Match

By Ediale Kingsley 1. Musa had a brace. His first came at the 3rd min(he calmly netted the ball after a great job by Iwobi). The 2nd came at the 17th min and it wasn’t a solo job either. Iwobi, again made the helpful assist. The way he scored both goals explains my argument for him in his plight so ...

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One Barcelona Boy’s Report

A night Madrid would go on to do the needful and needed. Their celebrations said it all. La Liga was finally in their hands, thanks to the legs of Cristiano Ronaldo and co. The final match against Malaga would appear to be just a formality, but Barcelona blooded Sandro would attempt to pull stunts that really never resulted in a ...

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Undoing The Market Damage Done To Ahmed Musa

Ahmed Musa’s EPL season hasn’t gone quite lit as we all thought it would be. Sure, it’s technically not Musa’s balling abilities that are wrong here. Clearly, it is how the coaching crew expects him to play. Truth is Musa should have never been bought for striker’s duties. Just allow the guy drive in from the wing. But it doesn’t ...

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Sergio Romero Shows Readiness To Take Over From De Gea

Who didn’t see Sergio Romero’s stunt saving skills yesterday against Southampton? The Argentine number two goalie was pretty impressive on the on night for Manchester United. The penalty save, superman dives, back-line coordination and so on made the difference in the game as Mourinho’s men would settle for another draw. Sergio Romero’s record for Man Utd this season: 17 games ...

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