Daily Archives: March 4, 2024

Journalist shares positive injury update on Richarlison

Tottenham’s correspondent for Football London, Alasdair Gold, has provided a positive update on Richarlison’s injury. The Brazilian, who was on his best form for Spurs since signing, suffered a setback as he suffered a knee injury during the match against Wolves. He was absent from the first-team training ahead of their clash against Crystal Palace and Ange Postecoglou confirmed the …

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s failed attempt to do a stepover goes viral as Al Nassr suffer defeat to Al Ain

Saudi Pro League club Al Nassr suffered a loss in the 1st leg of the AFC Champions League quarter-finals against UAE-based side Al Ain. Al Nassr’s star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, who was expected to make headlines in the big game, unfortunately, made the news for a failed skill during the match. Ronaldo attempted his usual stepover but unfortunately tangled the …

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Paul Tierney dropped after controversial decision in recent Liverpool match

Referee Paul Tierney has not been selected to officiate a Premier League match this weekend following the controversy over one of his decisions during Liverpool’s win at Nottingham Forest on Saturday. Tierney has been heavily criticised by sections of the game for incorrectly restarting play with a drop ball during the Nottingham Forest vs Liverpool fixture. The official allowed Liverpool goalkeeper …

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Fabrizio Romano says Pedro Neto is expected to join a ‘very important club’ amid links with Spurs and Arsenal

Fabrizio Romano has shared the latest regarding Pedro Neto as he confirms several Premier League teams are interested in signing him. Wolves are expected to sell their star winger in order to adhere with the league’s Financial Fair Play rules. Some previous reports have stated that Wolves value him at £80m but it is suggested that they could be flexible …

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Massimo Mauro makes a bold statement about Allegri at Juventus

Pundit Massimo Mauro has articulated the reasons why Juventus should retain Max Allegri as their coach, countering speculation about his potential replacement in the summer. Despite returning in 2021, Allegri has not secured any trophies, leading to some fans advocating for his departure at the end of the current season. Juventus appeared to be strong contenders for the Serie A …

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Referee culpable of Liverpool error out of upcoming schedule

Paul Tierney, the center referee who controversially played a role in Liverpool winning at the weekend, is not a part of the upcoming Premier League schedule. The English top flight announced the referee assignments for matchday 28. Tierney has been refereeing Premier League games since 2015, but this controversy has certainly caused a row among fans. The issue in question …

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Concern for another English club as reports emerge regarding potential FFP breaches

Leeds United and Leicester City find themselves embroiled in a potential Financial Fair Play rule breach saga, with reports indicating that Leicester City could face repercussions for a double breach, sparking concerns among rival clubs in both the Premier League and Championship. According to The Sun, concerns have been raised regarding two alleged breaches by the former Premier League champions. …

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Pundit makes comparison between old Juventus and current Inter side

Juventus enjoyed an impressive winning streak, securing the Serie A title from 2012 to 2020 and establishing themselves as the dominant force in Italian football. During that period, the Bianconeri were considered one of the best clubs in Europe, reaching the Champions League final in 2015 and 2017. However, since 2021, Juventus has faced challenges in maintaining their league dominance. …

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