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Ten Hag to remain as Man United manager for 2024-25 season

Erik ten Hag will remain as manager of Manchester United for the 2024-25 season following the conclusion of a review by the club's hierarchy. The Dutch tactician led the Red Devils to the FA Cup title after defeating rivals Manchester City 2-1 at Wembley. Despite the cup success, Ten Hag's future at Old Trafford was not guaranteed after United finished a dismal eighth in the Premier...

Iheanacho: Nigerian star to leave Leicester City on a free transfer

Leicester City have announced that Kelechi Iheanacho will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of June. The Nigerian forward has been on the books of since 2017 when he signed from Manchester City. He spent, six seasons with the East Midlands outfit in the Premier League and despite relegation to the Championship last season, played his part towards their immediate promotion, scoring...

‘I’m here to win with Chelsea’ – Adarabioyo

‘I’m here to win with Chelsea’ – Adarabioyo

Tosin Adarabioyo has stated that he is at Chelsea to win after signing for the Stamford Bridge outfit on a free transfer. The 26-year-old England centre-back of Nigerian heritage, will move a few miles across West London when his contract with Fulham expires at the end of June. Adarabioyo is Chelsea's first new signing under new manager Enzo Maresca and the Manchester City academy graduate declared...

Premier League VAR

Premier League clubs vote to keep VAR for 2024-25 season

Premier League clubs voted by 19-1 in favour of keeping Video Assistant Referee VAR) for the 2024-25 season. Wolverhampton Wanderers triggered a vote on the systems's use after formally submitting a resolution to the league in May. This was on the back of the West Midlands outfit claiming that VAR brought negative consequences that was damaging to football following a number of debatable calls that made...

Aubameyang

Aubameyang recounts clash with Arteta that led to Arsenal exit

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has recounted the clash he had with Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta which ultimately led to his exit in the winter of 2022. It occurred during the 2021-22 season when the football world was still grappling with the effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Arteta gave Aubameyang permission to travel to see his mother who was suffering from a stroke, but things took a different turn...