June 2017

Friday, June 23 2017

Arsenal Have Joined Real Madrid And Manchester City

So the Mill inquired another soccer svengalis around the table to get their views, but the ideal suggestion that everyone could provide was that Arsenal's IT system was hacked. That appeared to be the sole explanation for the deficiency of cringe-inducing selfies posted by the club yesterday and for the shockingly uncharacteristic big-money bid to get a world-class player, Kylian Mbappé. Based on L’Equipe, Arsenal have joined Real Madrid and also Manchester City in pursuing the teen striker and really gone up to now as to submit a reasonable-in-football-terms bid of around. The free transfer is Arsène Wenger's first summer signing as the supervisor looks to add to his team and also make...

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Saturday, June 24 2017

Fernando Llorente Was The Swansea Hero

Chelsea's Tammy Abraham has agreed to join Swansea City on loan, with his representative finalising details for a move that will reunite the striker with his former youth team manager Paul Clement.Abraham, who's poised to lead the line for England on Thursday against Poland in their final group stage match in the European Championship, was eager to test himself at the Premier League after scoring league targets on loan at Bristol City last year. The equalising goal was a blow, but the players responded well, maintained their soul and maintained their confidence and scored a excellent goal on the counterattack, Clement said. We were under plenty of pressure, a great deal of balls coming to...

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Harry Kane Believes Tottenham Have Demonstrated Chelsea

Mauricio Pochettino explained it as a tricky job because of his Tottenham players and the understatement seems palpable. Their push for the Premier League title has run into Arsenal and also to keep their hopes alive, they need to certainly beat their opponents at White Hart Lane on Sunday. Harry Kane believes Tottenham Hotspur have demonstrated Chelsea the title race is far from over after forcing the Premier League leaders tough in their FA Cup semi-final. Therefore, it had been impossible for the attention not to be caught by Mauricio Pochettino's choice of words as he assessed Tottenham Hotspur's progress because they dropped against Chelsea in the Capital One Cup last, before they...

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