Author Archives: Obinna Peter

Now Sevilla Can Think About La Liga Title Charge After Besting Betis

A crunch win at Betis means the question now being asked is if Sevilla could win a first league title since 1946. Why not? Ramón Rodríguez, ‘Monchi’, walked out the door and refused to look back. Sevilla’s sporting director left the Sánchez Pizjuán after their 2-1 victory over Leicester City on Wednesday night with “mixed emotions”, insisting as he went: ...

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STANDINGS Premier League Table: Tottenham Cut Leaders Chelsea Lead

TOTTENHAM moved into second place after thrashing Stoke City at White Hart Lane – and cut Chelsea’s lead at the top to a mere 10 points. Spurs striker Harry Kane bagged a hat-trick in nine minutes to make it 22 goals this season for the England striker with Dele Alli adding the fourth before half time. Blues cruised to victory ...

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Haye vs Bellew: ‘Fat Scouser’ Tony Bellew Vows To Run Through David Haye ‘Like A Steam Train’

Tony Bellew vowed to “run through David Haye like a steam train” at a tense press conference ahead of their Sky Sports Box Office fight on Saturday. Haye initially appeared relaxed as he blew kisses to Bellew’s raucous home crowd in Liverpool, but the Londoner was soon drawn into another slanging match with his rival as the pair traded the ...

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StreetReporters World Sports Talk

Sergio Aguero wants to join Real Madrid at the end of the season. Chelsea have told Tianjin Quanjian they will consider selling Diego Costa for a world-record £127m fee this summer. Chelsea are set to muscle in on AC Milan’s £21m move for Villarreal’s Argentine defender Mateo Musacchio. Paris Saint-Germain tried to offload Angel Di Maria to the Chinese Super ...

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Craig Shakespeare Should Get Leicester Job, Frank Sinclair Tells Premier League Daily

Craig Shakespeare should be handed the task of trying to keep Leicester up this season, Frank Sinclair has told Premier League Daily. Shakespeare will pick the side to face Liverpool on Monday Night Football in the champions’ first game since title-winning manager Claudio Ranieri was sacked. That decision has split opinion within football, drawing stinging criticism from some football experts ...

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Real Madrid Came From 2-0 Down To Record A Remarkable Win At Villarreal

Real Madrid came from 2-0 down to record a remarkable win at Villarreal, a victory that saw them return to the top of La Liga. The pivotal moment came at 2-1 when Villarreal’s Bruno was adjudged to have handled in the area, although it was disputed if it was intentional. Cristiano Ronaldo made it 2-2 from the spot after Gareth ...

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