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Thomas Partey make Spanish newspaper headlines

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Ghanaian midfielder Thomas Partey dominated the front pages of Spanish biggest newspapers Marca and AS after scoring to send Atletico Madrid top of...

In Today’s Gossip: Neymar goes to the table for a new deal

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Barcelona forward Neymar, 23, is in negotiations over a new contract with the Spanish club, but says he is aware of Manchester City's...

In The Gossip Today Louis van Gaal’s Future to be Determined

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Louis van Gaal's future as Manchester United manager hangs on the outcome of Monday's home match against Chelsea, with defeat likely to cost...

In Today’s Gossip: Leicester Offers Vardy a New Deal

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Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, 28, will be offered a new £80,000-a-week contract to keep him at the Foxes amid interest from Chelsea.(Mirror) ...

In Today’s Gossip Mourinho Downplays Man United Deal

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The Sun report on Louis van Gaal's future at Manchester United Jose Mourinho's agent denies a deal has been agreed for the former Chelsea...
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Jose Mourinho in talks with Manchester United as Van Gaal nears sack

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You can read about that in the Guardian, but you might want to consider whether this is really how clubs operate. Two draws, after...
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In The Gossips: Chelsea Players Against Mourinho?

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Chelsea will hold an emergency board meeting on Wednesday to discuss the future of manager Jose Mourinho. (Daily Mail)  Chelsea's players are turning...
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In The Gossip Today; Chelsea to Resuscitate Stones Bid

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Chelsea will resume their £40m bid to sign Everton centre-half John Stones, 21, as soon as the transfer window opens in January. (Daily...

Newspaper Gossip: Klopp to be without January signings

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he does not intend to make any new signings in January as he wants to give his existing...

Newspaper Gossip: Klopp to be without January signings

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he does not intend to make any new signings in January as he wants to give his existing...

Today’s Gossip: Rodgers Throws a Blow to Swansea

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Former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers, 42, does not want to return to Swansea following Garry Monk's sacking because he hopes to succeed Roy Hodgson...

Swansea Calls for Rodgers Says Today’s Newspaper Gossips

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Former Real Madrid and Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti, 56, says he is prepared to wait until 2017 for a return to management -...

Newspaper gossip says Mourinho is likely to get kicked out

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Chelsea could sack manager Jose Mourinho whether or not they beat Porto in the Champions League on Wednesday. (Daily Mirror)  Owner Roman Abramovich...

In the gossip for today;Terry reveals Huddersfield

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Manchester United defender Chris Smalling, 26, says working with a sports psychologist has helped "unclutter his mind" and improve his on-field decision-making. (The...

Gossip: Is All About The Chase As Man United Goes After Reece Oxford

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Manchester United are planning a January bid of £8m for West Ham's 16-year-old English defender Reece Oxford. (Times- subscription required)  German champions Bayern...

Today’s Top Gossip: Guardiola and Man United Chase and Jamie Vardy for Chelsea?

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Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola is understood to see Manchester United as his preferred option when he decides to leave the German giants....

From gossip to news: Chelsea Guns for Ribery whereas Man U for Hummels

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Roman Abramovich has told new Chelsea chief executive Ron Gourlay to make signing Bayern Munich forward Franck Ribery, 32, his top priority. (Daily...

Today’s Gossip Features Stories of Ronaldo, Berahino and Many More

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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is ready to spend 80m to bring Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 30, back to Old Trafford,...

Gossip From The World of Soccer for Saturday 21st

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Manchester United will have to pay more than 45m if they want to sign Everton defender John Stones, 21, next summer. (Manchester Evening...

Soccer Gossip: From Mourinho to Moyes and More

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Chelsea's hierarchy are confident manager Jose Mourinho can turn around their poor season, according to Michael Emenalo, one of Roman Abramovich's closest aides and...
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BBC to offer support to local newspapers

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The BBC is to offer staff and content to local newspapers and allow rival shows to be seen on its iPlayer catch-up service as...
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John Boadu drags Republic Newspaper to court

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The National Organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), John Boadu has sued DST Global Consult, Publisher of the Republic Newspaper, the News Editor...
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Future of news : Are newspapers dead?

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Across the globe, owners, managers and editors are kept awake over the uncertain future of their industry. Some analysts paint a gloomy picture of...

Chronicle Newspaper cut down to size

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THE CAMPAIGN of character assassination and unwarranted vacuous attacks against the personality of the former Finance Minister, Dr Kwabena Duffuor being spearheaded by the...

Celtic axe move for Ghana star Jonathan Mensah as FIFA ban rules out bid...

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Jonathan Mensah Scottish champions Celtic are set to scrap their chase for Ghana World Cup star Jonathan Mensah after he was hit by a...

British newspaper tips Andre Ayew to Ayew to join Man Utd, Arsenal or Liverpool

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Andre Ayew Andre Ayew is likely to leave Marseille for the Premier League this summer, according to the club?s president Vincent Labrune. Ayew?s contract at...

Harry Redknapp?s exit could be because he couldn’t sign on Ako Adjei

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Andre Ayew being chased by a host of clubs The decision by Queens Park Rangers owner Tony Fernandes not to sign Andre Ayew is one...
Youth surround a bonfire during the ?Night Vigil? as part of events to mark the 18th Genocide Commemoration in Kigali, capital of Rwanda, April 7, 2012. Youth use the ?Night Vigil? to remember innocent Tutsis killed in the 1994 genocide. The theme of this year?s anniversary is: "Learning from our history to build a bright future". (Xinhua/Cyril Ndegeya) (cl)

Rwanda journalists fondly remembers executed colleagues

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Rwandan journalists took part in a vigil on Saturday evening to commemorate the death of 60 Rwandan journalists killed in the country's genocide of...

Guan Congress Founder Kwame Ampene goes home

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Anyenum Kwame Ampene, 91, Founder of the Guan Congress and a regular columnist of The weekly Spectator newspaper, would be laid to rest at...
Students mourn in front of their school in Haltern, western Germany, March 25, 2015. Sixteen school children and two teachers were among the 150 victims that died in the Germanwings plane crash in the French alps on the way from Barcelona to Duesseldorf. (Xinhua/Luo Huanhuan)(hy)

German town Mourns 160 children on board the crashed Germanwings

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An obituary published by a newspaper over Tuesday's plane crash captures the wave of deep sadness engulfing the small German town of Haltern am...