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They went to a match and never came back (Part Seven)

Continuing the series that looks at those thankfully rare times in football history when fans went to a football match but never made it home afterwards. (For Part One click here; Part Two here; Part Three here; Part Four here; Part Five here; and Part Six here). 1982 was a bad year for Stadium disasters. Within the period of less ...

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Moses departs Chelsea

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After nine years as a Chelsea player, Victor Moses has finally left the club. The Nigerian international has signed a two-year contract with Russian side Spartak Moscow. Moses had an erratic career at Stamford Bridge, going from perennial loanee to a vital part of Antonio Conte’s squad that won the Premier League title in 2016 – 2017, exceling in a ...

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Russians want Serge Aurier

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Spartak Moscow want to sign Spurs right-back Serge Aurier. The Ivorian has lost his first-team place in North London this season since the arrival of Matt Doherty from Wolves and has yet to play a single minute of football in the current campaign. He has been an unused substitute in both league games, and also in their Europa League tie ...

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John Terry future still uncertain

Speculation about the future of John Terry continues to swirl, with events taking a few more twists and turns over the weekend. First emerged stories that he was set to become Chelsea’s under-23 coach, reportedly on a salary of £800,000 a year. However, that rumour was then scotched as fake news, with sources close to the club insisting that there ...

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John Terry makes surprise Russia move

John Terry is set to end speculation about his immediate future by signing for Russian side Spartak Moscow. Terry, who is a free agent, was heavily linked with a move back to Aston Villa, where he spent last season, as well as Rangers, whilst he was also rumoured to have offers from Sky to become a TV pundit. Instead he ...

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