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Leroy Sane Cut Out from Germany’s Final World Cup Squad
A rather surprising conclusion arrived from Germany's camp as one of their most prized young talent, Leroy Sane has been left out of Der Panzer's 23-men- World Cup 2018 squad. That decision was confirmed by German's tactician himself, Joachim Low, who admitted that leaving out Sane was far from an easy decision for him, but it was something he must do to create a balance squad.
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The Cost of a Premier League Goal
With the wide array of superstar signings in football on a bi-annual basis, it’s easy to get swept away with excitement when your latest midfield linchpin signs on the dotted line.
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Mourinho Blames Inconsistency for Man United’s Title Challenge Failure
Being considered as one of the favorites to win this season's English Premier League, Manchester United now must settle for battling second place seat with Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.
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Man United’s Defeat Gave Man City League Title
Successfully holding up Manchester City's title celebration last weekend, Manchester United pretty much handed it over to their arch rival on Sunday as Jose Mourinho's men suffered a home defeat against West Bromwich Albion.
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Man City Back On Winning Ways After Win Over Spurs
Manchester City finally ended their recent run of bad results after grabbing an important away win over Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday. Coming into the weekend tie following three straight defeats in all competition, Man City didn't seem to lose their heads as they still put on an aggressive display straight from kick off.
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Roma Stunned Barcelona, Liverpool Eliminated Man City
Barcelona got themselves involved in another Champions League miracle, though this time they were in the losing end following a shocking 3-0 defeat from AS Roma, which also means that the Italian are through into the semifinals round.
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Liverpool Stunned Man City, Barcelona Beat Roma
Liverpool once again showing their ability to surprise every opponents in the Champions League as they defeated Manchester City 3-0 at Anfield on Wednesday. Already defeating Pep Guardiola's men 4-3 in their last Premier League meeting, The Reds were looking confident since kick off as they put on an intense pressure towards their rival.
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Man City Win Over Everton, United Beat Swansea
Manchester City still not mathematically securing this season's English Premier League title, though they're certainly inching closer following their 3-1 away win over Everton this Saturday.
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Liverpool Draw Man City, Juventus Meet Madrid in UCL
UEFA Champions League quarter finals set to provide more entertainment for football fans, notably as there's several exciting match ups, including Premier League derby between Liverpool and Manchester City.
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Tottenham Crashed Out of Champions League, City Through Despite Loss
Tottenham Hotspur saw their slim away goals advantage in the Champions League over Juventus wiped out in matter of minutes as the Premier League side were beaten by their Italian's counterpart at Wembley.
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Man City Inching Closer to Grab League Title After Beating Chelsea
Manchester City continue to look menacing in English Premier League as Pep Guardiola's men secured another important victory this weekend, beating defending champions, Chelsea 1-0. Playing in front of their home fans, Man City immediately took control of that tie with their possession football and put lots of pressure on their opponent's defense.
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Man City Crushed Arsenal Again
Fresh from their Carabao Cup victory, Manchester City found themselves playing against Arsenal once again this midweek, this time in the English Premier League fixture and same result happened for Pep Guardiola's men.
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Guardiola Won First Trophy With Man City After Carabao Cup Glory
Pep Guardiola finally got his first trophy for Manchester City as after a difficult first season, the Spaniard successfully guided his side to win the Carabao Cup on Sunday. Man City comfortably beating Arsenal 3-0 at Wembley with goals coming from Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany along with David Silva.
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