Daily Archives: January 2, 2024

David Moyes fires subtle dig at Premier League for rescheduling fixture

David Moyes has expressed frustration at being unable to include Mohammed Kudus in West Ham’s goalless draw against Brighton. The Ghana forward, a standout player for West Ham this season, was unavailable due to his upcoming participation in the Africa Cup of Nations. In contrast, Egypt’s Mohamed Salah managed to play for Liverpool against Newcastle 24 hours earlier, scoring twice …

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Kylian Mbappe could grant his mother’s wish and join Liverpool

As per a report in Le Parisien, both Real Madrid and Liverpool are vying to attract the French international on a free transfer this summer. Kylian Mbappe has the option to agree to a pre-contract this month, leaving PSG for free next summer, and is prominently linked with these two clubs. The respected French media outlet has stated that Liverpool …

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Premier League legend tells Arsenal not to buy £100m rated forward

Michael Owen has provided his perspective on the possibility of Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal signing Ivan Toney in the January transfer window. The former Manchester United and Liverpool striker has shared his reasons for suggesting that Arsenal should refrain from making a bid for the Brentford striker. According to reports on football transfers, Arsenal are keen on acquiring Toney during the …

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Fulham confident of keeping Palhinha past January

According to Evening Standard journalist Dom Smith, Fulham are confident that Joao Palhinha will still be their player when the January transfer window closes at the end of the month. The 28-year-old midfielder was of strong interest to Bayern Munich last summer, with the Bundesliga champions keen to boost their ranks after the departure of Ryan Gravenberch to Liverpool. In …

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Lamar Jackson Has Already Locked Up the MVP Award

Just a couple of weeks ago, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy was the front-runner to win NFL MVP for the 2023 season. The 49ers were dominating the league, and their former 7th round draft pick quarterback was at the top of the leaderboard when it came to the most prestigious individual award that the league has to offer. But …

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American international eager for Liverpool move

Recent reports suggest that an American player is open to a move to Anfield, indicating a potential interest from the player to join Liverpool as the club looks for a backup option to Kostas Tsimikas and Andy Robertson. Fulham left-back Antonee Robinson is reportedly willing to make a move to Liverpool, especially following a noteworthy performance described as a “transfer …

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Boston Celtics Increasing Their Lead In East After 6 Straight Wins

Winners of six straight games and 9 of their last 10, the Boston Celtics are the hottest team in the NBA. Thanks to their holiday surge and defeating teams like the Kings, Clippers, and Lakers, they are beginning to create some distance between themselves and the other contenders in the Eastern Conference. Celtics Have Won 6 In A Row, Increase …

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PSV is stunning the world with the future and the past

PSV has been unstoppable in the Eredivisie this season. Not only have they conceded just six goals and scored a whopping 56 this season, but they’ve won all 16 of their league games, putting them ten points ahead of second-placed Feyenoord. Not only are they the most successful team in the Netherlands this year, but they’re also the most exciting. …

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Liverpool and Man United leading race for major Bayern Munich star

The future of Joshua Kimmich at Bayern Munich is uncertain and it is being reported that Premier League giants Liverpool and Man United are leading the race for the German international.  According to AS, Liverpool and Man United are the two front runners should the 28-year-old decide to leave the Allianz Arena this summer, with the English duo set to face …

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