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´It´s like coming home´ – Lukaku thrilled to be back at Inter

Romelu Lukaku declared “it’s like coming home” after he returned to Inter from Chelsea on Wednesday. Lukaku completed a season-long move back to San Siro on Wednesday less than a year after leaving the Nerazzurri to become Chelsea’s record signing for a fee of £97.5million. The Belgium striker only scored eight goals in 26 Premier League appearances for […]

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West Ham closing on Jesse Lingard reunion

West Ham United are closing on a deal for the club’s 2nd signing of the summer transfer window, according to reports.The latest player in line to take his talents to east London? Jesse Lingard.Midfielder Lingard, of course, will soon officially become available as a free agent.This comes after long-time club Manchester United released a statement […]

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Valverde set for Athletic Bilbao return after Uriarte wins presidential election

Ernesto Valverde, not Marcelo Bielsa, is set to become Athletic Bilbao’s next coach after Jon Uriarte won the club’s presidential election on Friday. Valverde has coached Athletic on two previous occasions, from 2003 to 2005 and 2013 to 2017. No coach has overseen more games for the club than his tally of 306. He enjoyed success […]

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In depth feature on Pink Floyd’s Dark Side in new Classic Rock Magazine

(number 303, cover date Summer 2022) of the magazine Classic Rock (https://www.magazinesdirect.com/az-single-issues/6936929/classic-rock-magazine-single-issue.thtml?). As you can see, issue 303’s cover stars are Pink Floyd: they bring you the story of the birth of The Dark Side Of The Moon. We hear (from someone who has an early, subscriber copy) that it is a nicely done article, with plenty of unusual pictures illustrating the twelve-page piece. Elsewhere in the magazine, they look at how Pete Townshend’s abandonment of a science-fiction rock opera led to The Who’s Who’s Next. Also how, after years of mud slinging, power grabs, law suits and general animosity, Journey somehow managed to make a new album. After more than a decade away, Porcupine Tree are back with a new album. Has their time finally come? Classic Rock finds out. There’s also all the normal features, including an extensive review section. You can order the magazine direct, worldwide, through this link (https://www.magazinesdirect.com/az-single-issues/6936929/classic-rock-magazine-single-issue.thtml?).