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How We Expect Chelsea To Line Up Next Season

By Ediale Kingsley 1. Goal Keeper: Thibaut Courtois Yet to sign deal extension. Apparently has a ‘long-throat’ towards wage increase. But he should still be the number 1 keeper. 2. RCB: Cesaz Azpilicueta played all the min in last season’s EPL. An amazing 3420mins. He is definitely gonna be the RCB for at least 2 more seasons. 3. CB: David ...

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Ronaldo Is Leaving Madrid, Not For Good (Complete Analysis)

By Ediale Kingsley Is Cristiano Ronaldo really going to leave Real Madrid? Should he? And if he does leave, which club would best absorb him? These are not rhetorical questions. For a fee of £175m, £25m more than that Pogba’s deal. And that to put it in arithmetical comparison, you have the simple equation: Cristiano Ronaldo = Pogba + Iheanachor. ...

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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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