Author Archives: Marc Mayo

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Alf-Inge Haaland’s son Erling Braut scores stunning Salzburg hat-trick in 6-2 win… and was eligible to play for England after Leeds birth

By | 17th September 2019

ERLING HAALAND announced himself to European football with a stunning hat-trick as the new Champions League season began. It was just one of a number of shocks to take place on Tuesday as Chelsea, Liverpool and Benfica lost while Barcelona’s underwhelming form on the road continued. Liverpool succumbed 2-0 to Napoli in Group E as […]

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Ajax granted only 833 tickets for Chelsea Champions League clash because of ‘disturbances in Great Britain in particular’

By | 11th September 2019

AJAX are paying the price for fan disturbances on Champions League away days by being handed a measly 833 tickets for their trip to Chelsea. Stamford Bridge welcomes last year’s semi-finalists in November and it is the violence that marred the Dutch side’s run that has caught up with them. The official Ajax website stated […]

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Newcastle star Sean Longstaff admits £50m Man Utd transfer talk ‘distracted’ him

By | 11th September 2019

TALK of a mega money move to Manchester United took a toll on Sean Longstaff’s performances, the Newcastle midfielder has confessed. An immense run of form during the youngster’s breakout campaign earned him many plaudits but Longstaff admits he hasn’t discovered his best since the new season began. United were heavily linked with a £50million […]

Vincent Kompany ruled out of his OWN testimonial with injury and says ‘it’s typical me’

By | 11th September 2019

VINCENT KOMPANY has had to drop out of his OWN testimonial because of injury, the Manchester City hero has confirmed. As the Belgian heads towards the end of a playing career in which he battled a number of knocks, even he admits it is a rather typical way to mark his City stay. Wednesday sees […]

Jadon Sancho, Luka Jovic and Wilfried Zaha… the stars who Chelsea should turn to if transfer ban is lifted in January

By | 11th September 2019

CHELSEA are under a FIFA-imposed transfer ban until next summer, but there has been some speculation they could get it over turned sooner having appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. If the appeal is successful, the court could allow the ban to be lifted early, meaning the Blues will be able to sign […]

West Ham legend Tony Cottee, 54, reveals he suffered a brain haemorrhage and ‘could have dropped dead’ just two months ago

By | 11th September 2019

TONY COTTEE has opened up on a medical emergency that almost killed him in the summer. While preparing to film for Sky in July, the former West Ham, Leicester and Everton striker turned pundit suffered a  terrifying brain haemorrhage. Cottee, 54, called his wife Karen, who he married in Dubai four years ago, to say […]

Man Utd hit worst by international break with Pogba, Wan-Bissaka and Lingard picking up injuries ahead of Leicester clash

By | 11th September 2019

MANCHESTER UNITED face a huge game with Leicester on Saturday but their chances haven’t been helped by an injury-hit international break. Most worrying for the Red Devils was the back problem picked up by Aaron Wan-Bissaka that forced him to leave the England camp. The right-back has been a rare consistent force at Old Trafford […]

Chelsea want £35m Nice defender Youcef Atal if they get transfer ban lifted in January

By | 10th September 2019

CHELSEA are fighting to cut short their ban on signing players and have reportedly identified Youcef Atal as a target should they succeed. The Nice defender is no stranger to the Blues’ shortlist having been linked for some time as a post-ban option. According to Calciomercato.com, Chelsea will face competition from Valencia for Atal’s signature. […]