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Arsenal lose for first time in pre-season to Prem rivals Brentford but Eddie Nketiah continues summer goal rush

ARSENAL lost for the first time in pre-season earlier today, going down 2-1 to Brentford in a training ground friendly. A second-string Gunners side got some valuable minutes under their belts as the season approaches, but couldn’t overcome Thomas Frank’s men at London Colney. Eddie Nketiah notched his latest training ground goalCredit: Getty Bryan Mbeumo beat goalkeeper Matt Turner on …

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Cristiano Ronaldo humiliated as Atletico Madrid fans release statement saying they don’t want him

CRISTIANO RONALDO’S potential switch to Atletico Madrid looks to be all but over after the club’s supporters released a statement rejecting the transfer. The 37-year-old has been linked with a switch to the Wanda Metropolitano after expressing his desire to depart Old Trafford for a Champions League side. Reports earlier this month stated how boss Diego Simeone had made landing the wantaway Manchester …

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Manchester United finally confirm £55million Lisandro Martinez signing after announcement spoiled

Martinez has become Manchester United’s third signing of the summer transfer window, but the announcement of his arrival was ruined after he was spotted arriving at training on Tuesday Manchester United have finally confirmed the signing of Lisandro Martinez from Ajax, a day after he was spotted arriving at the club’s training ground. Martinez has joined in a £55million deal, having been named …

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Senators stage walkout, threaten to impeach Buhari over insecurity

Senators from the opposition parties have given President Muhammadu Buhari six weeks ultimatum to address the rising insecurity in the country or face impeachment. Senate Minority Leader, Philip Aduda, stated this while addressing reporters after the opposition lawmakers stormed out of the Senate plenary angrily, chanting “Buhari must go and Lawan should follow” to protest the worsening insecurity across the …

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