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Liverpool First Premier League Title

Liverpool Win First Premier League Title Since 1990

Fans across the world celebrate the title, with thousands gathering outside the club’s home ground in Anfield. Liverpool football fans are celebrating after the club won the English Premier League title for the first time in 30 years. Jurgen Klopp‘s side secured the title after second-placed Manchester City lost 2-1 to Chelsea in London, meaning …read more →

Champions League Resumes Aug 7

Champions League To Resume on August 7, Closing Stages Moved To Portugal

UEFA has announced that the Champions League will resume on August 7, with the remaining last-16 ties played before the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final take place in Portugal. There are still four outstanding second-leg matches from the round of 16 to be played that were postponed prior to football’s suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic. …read more →

Pep Guardiola on Racism Issue

Pep Guardiola On Racism Issue

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said Wednesday that white people should be “embarrassed and ashamed” for their treatment of black people after watching players from his team and Arsenal recognise the Black Lives Matter movement by taking a knee prior to the Premier League game at the Etihad. City’s 3-0 win, which followed Aston Villa’s …read more →

Covid-19 International Football

No International Football Until 2021?

Most international football might not be played until 2021 because of coronavirus pandemic travel restrictions and the need to give club competitions the chance to resume, one of Fifa’s vice-presidents has said. Victor Montagliani, a Canadian who is president of the governing body for North and Central America and the Caribbean (Concacaf), has been heading …read more →

Neymar & Mbappe

Neymar: Mbappe can become one of the greatest in history

The kid with cosmic artistry was making headlines as a 13-year-old. Real Madrid seduced him to Spain and laid on the VIP treatment; he got to meet David Beckham, Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane and watched matches in Florentino Perez’s executive box during a three-week stay. Santos unleashed a counter-punch KO by offering a $470,000 signing-on …read more →