Jurgen Klopp was absolutely beaming after seeing a plethora of Liverpool youngsters catch the eye in Wednesday’s 3-1 friendly win over Lyon.
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Man United splashing the cash on young talent Manchester United have reportedly agreed a £9million deal to sign Monaco’s 16-year-old starlet Hannibal Mejbri after a fall out with the French club. The Red Devils look to be transforming the way they do business in the transfer window. In recent years, Man United have opted to […]
Who: Defying Decay Where: X-Ray Arcade, Cudahy, Wisconsin When: July 21, 2019 Post and photos by Bryan McCabe (Facebook | Instagram | Website) – FOLLOW […]
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Tommaso Castello’s World Cup dream is over after the Italian centre failed to recover sufficiently from a terrible injury suffered against England last March. The rumbustious midfielder fractured his fibula during the Six Nations defeat in London nearly 21 weeks ago but his rehabilitation hasn’t been enough to ensure his fitness to take part in…
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Buducnost VOLI Podgorica got the best of Khimki Moscow Region in their first preseason game in Slovenia on Tuesday. Buducnost managed to pull a 83-74 win thanks to 21 points by Scott Bamforth, 17 by Justin Cobbs and 11 by Hassan Martin.
It will be a season like no other before for LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne and its fans, which for the first time will now host all the European powerhouses in the same season. Let’s look at some of those highly-anticipated games.
Five consecutive Final Fours and a title in 2017 are the proof of Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul’s arrival to the EuroLeague elite, and every new season promises great new things from this club. Here are five games to watch going into the new season.
Stars react to Didier Drogba’s new FIFA card.
Arsenal’s 2018/19 Unai Emery’s first season at Arsenal was so close to being a big success. Towards the end of the campaign, it looked as though Emery would guide Arsenal back into a top-four spot with Champions League football. However, three loses between the 21st and 28th of April to Crystal Palace, Wolves and Leicester […]