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Petr Cech signs for Ice Hockey team

Former Chelsea and Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has signed to play for an ice hockey side. The 37 year old retired from playing with Arsenal at the end of last season, and then accepted a role with former club Chelsea to become their Technical Director. However, it seems that the lure to play competitive sport is still strong for the ...

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United reach verbal agreement to sign striker

Manchester United have a verbal agreement in place with Juventus striker Mario Mandžukić, and he will move to Old Trafford on January 1st. That is according to reports from Italy, with the 33 year old having turned down a move worthy £7 million a year to move to Qatari side Al-Rayyan, preferring to stay in Europe instead. Mandžukić was linked ...

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Chelsea manager wanted to shut down academy

Chelsea have been lauded this season for their decision to blood young players who have come through their ranks, with Mason Mount, Fikayo Tomori, and Tammy Abraham all impressing enough to be included in the full England squad to face the Czech Republic and Bulgaria in the forthcoming Euro qualifiers. Meanwhile Callum Hudson-Odoi and Reece James are featuring for the ...

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Ceballos drops hints about his future

Midfielder Dani Ceballos has dropped hints about his future that may give hope to Arsenal fans who want the club to sign him on a permanent basis. The 23 year old joined the Gunners on a season long loan from Real Madrid in the summer, with no option for the North London side to buy him. However, he has quickly ...

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Arsenal scout Russian forward

Arsenal scouts watched Russian forward Aleksandr Sobolev play for Kryliya Sovetov, as they beat Sochi 2 – 0 at the weekend. That is according to the player himself who was informed by club officials. The 22-year old is regarded as one of the hottest properties in the Russian league right now, and scored both goals in the victory over Sochi, ...

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Spurs stars contemplating cost of failure

If Tottenham fail to qualify for the Champions League next season, it will hit their players where it hurts most – in their pockets. That is because they will face a loss of wages and bonuses is they miss out, the result of an incentivised pay structure introduced at the club by Chairman Daniel Levy. Under the scheme players are ...

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Has Solskjaer lost the dressing room?

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s tenure as Manchester United manager is starting to look increasingly in jeopardy with reports that he may have started to lose the dressing room. Sunday’s defeat at Newcastle United was just the latest setback in what has become Manchester United’s worst start to the season for more than 30 years, leaving them just two points above the ...

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Wenger rejects Premier League offers

Former Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has turned down offers from other Premier League clubs because he still feels loyalty to his former employer. The 69 year old Frenchman spent nearly 22 years in charge of the Gunners before stepping down in May 2018, and he is the longest-serving and most successful manager in the club’s history, even though his reign ...

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United scouts watch Dembélé again

Manchester United scouts were in the stadium to watch Lyon forward Moussa Dembélé again on Sunday night as their interest in the striker hots up. It has been well-documented that buying another striker in January is a priority, with Marcus Rashford and teenager Mason Greenwood the only recognised forwards at the club and with the former in poor form at ...

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Arsenal eyeing Wolves defender

Arsenal may be third in the table, but their defence remains a major problem, and their clean sheet against Bournemouth on Sunday was only their second in the Premier League this season. Now they are considering making a move for Wolves centre-back Willy Boly as Unai Emery looks for more defensive reinforcements at the back. The 28 year old Frenchman ...

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