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How Boehly’s Chelsea is different than other US ownership

The summer ownership takeover of Chelsea Football Club brought American Todd Boehly into the spotlight. Boehly, a front man for a consortium of investors, now heads one of the world’s most visible clubs. Just months into the job, Boehly jumped head-first into club management. Most recently, he made some controversial statements about the future and health of the English game. …

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“At the team’s service” – Bernardeschi explains his mediocre Juventus stats -Juvefc.com

In 2017, Juventus once again caused outrage in Florence by securing the services of another major talent from Fiorentina. At the time, Federico Bernardeschi was one of the most promising young players in Italian football. Sadly, the winger left Turin after five campaigns without ever fulfilling his large potential. Last summer, the 28-year-old joined Toronto FC on a free transfer …

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Sling offering a month-long promotion for half the price

Sling has a new offer that makes its extras and add-ons half of their usual price. Moreover, the total TV deal, which provides access to all the extras offered by Sling, is just $10.50. Everything from the sports and comedy packages to lifestyle and Hollywood add-ons are half-off. This deal only lasts a month. Plus, it only applies to new users. …

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Josh Sargent caps USMNT call up with sixth Norwich City goal of season

Norwich City’s winning run in the English Football League Championship continued on Wednesday with Josh Sargent staying amongst the goals in Dean Smith’s starting lineup. Sargent scored his sixth league goal in his past six appearances, helping the Canaries claim a 3-2 home victory over Bristol City. It was a positive day overall for Sargent after learning he would be …

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Football teams in Sheffield face ‘strongest possible’ punishment for playing after Queen’s death

An amateur Sunday league football team based in Sheffield are set to be investigated because they played a friendly match after the Queen’s death. Sheffield International FC took to Twitter before their scheduled game against Byron House to inform fans that the competitive match had been changed to a friendly. However, shortly before the game was set to go ahead, …

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Haaland sinks former club, Potter era starts with sputter

Erling Haaland faced his former club Borussia Dortmund for the first time on Wednesday. The world-class striker spent two-and-a-half years with the German team before heading to Manchester City this summer. Although it took time for the Norway international to make an impact on the night, Haaland eventually scored the winning goal of the match. Erling Haaland strikes blow to …

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Champions League records set during Wednesday night’s matches

Tonight was another special night in the Champions League and it was one that saw several records set.  The first relates to Pep Guardiola, who took charge of his 150th UEFA Champions League game tonight, becoming the fifth manager to reach the milestone in the competition. The Man City boss celebrated the achievement with a 2-1 win over Borussia Dortmund which …

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Man City turn game around with two wonder goals at the Etihad

Manchester City have turned the match around at the Etihad after two wonder goals from John Stones and Erling Haaland makes it 2-1 against Borussia Dortmund.  It hasn’t been a vintage Man City performance tonight with the home side not creating the number of chances they would have liked but when you have the quality of players the Manchester club …

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