Brendan Rodgers keen on Celtic’s Kieran Tierney and will target Callum McGregor and James Forrest to join him
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Brendan Rodgers keen on Celtic’s Kieran Tierney and will target Callum McGregor and James Forrest to join him

Brendan Rodgers wants to bring Kieran Tierney from Celtic to Leicester if they lose Ben Chilwell this summer. 2 Kieran Tierney is wanted by former manager Brendan Rodgers…

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Celtic fans need to lay off Brendan Rodgers after Leicester switch, says former Hoops striker Tony Cascarino
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Celtic fans need to lay off Brendan Rodgers after Leicester switch, says former Hoops striker Tony Cascarino

Celtic fans are being too harsh on Brendan Rodgers following his move to Leicester, according to former Hoops striker Tony Cascarino. The new Foxes boss left Celtic Park…

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West Indies vs England 4th ODI live updates: Eoin Morgan’s side put into bat in sunny Grenada – live com
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Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder OFF: Promoter Frank Warren remains hopeful of rematch in September/October this
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Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder OFF: Promoter Frank Warren remains hopeful of rematch in September/October this

Tyson Fury’s promoter Frank Warren still expects a rematch with Deontay Wilder to go ahead in 2019 after it was confirmed the ‘Gypsy King’ will face a different…

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Brendan Rodgers to Leicester: ‘Deluded Brendan’ spoof account asks where to buy envelopes in ‘Being Liver
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Brendan Rodgers to Leicester: ‘Deluded Brendan’ spoof account asks where to buy envelopes in ‘Being Liver

A parody Brendan Rodgers account has been involved in a hilarious Twitter exchange with the Royal Mail – and it’s not for the first time. Rodgers, who has…

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Crystal Palace vs Man United should be POSTPONED due to Red Devils’ injury crisis, suggests Adrian Durham
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Crystal Palace vs Man United should be POSTPONED due to Red Devils’ injury crisis, suggests Adrian Durham

Man United’s injury crisis should have resulted in the postponement of their Premier League clash with Crystal Palace. That’s according to talkSPORT’s Adrian Durham, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men…

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‘Maurizio Sarri is a JOKE! His reaction to Kepa row was PATHETIC!’ – Simon Jordan in amazing rant about Chels
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‘Maurizio Sarri is a JOKE! His reaction to Kepa row was PATHETIC!’ – Simon Jordan in amazing rant about Chels

Simon Jordan has laid into Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri, branding him ‘a joke’ and saying his reaction to Kepa Arrizabalaga’s mutiny in Sunday’s Carabao Cup final was ‘pathetic’.…

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Rangers will smell blood now Brendan Rodgers has left Celtic, claims former Gers midfielder Charlie Adam
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Rangers will smell blood now Brendan Rodgers has left Celtic, claims former Gers midfielder Charlie Adam

Rangers will have renewed hope of ending Celtic’s domestic dominance now Brendan Rodgers has left the Hoops, according to former Ibrox mdifielder Charlie Adam. Rodgers was announced as…

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Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury rematch off for now confirm WBC as Brit set for different opponent next
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Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury rematch off for now confirm WBC as Brit set for different opponent next

Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury part II is off for now. The WBC had ordered a rematch between the two heavyweights following the controversial draw in their first…

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Rafael Benitez refuses to discuss long-term Newcastle future after win over Burnley
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Rafael Benitez refuses to discuss long-term Newcastle future after win over Burnley

Rafael Benitez was reluctant to address his long-term Newcastle future after a 2-0 win over relegation rivals Burnley on Tuesday. The Magpies secured a fourth successive home win…

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Seven Everton fans arrested by police for cocaine, cannabis and drug-driving offences on route to Premier
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Seven Everton fans arrested by police for cocaine, cannabis and drug-driving offences on route to Premier

Seven Everton fans were arrested after police raided two coaches that were headed for a Premier League clash against Cardiff tonight. The officers boarded two supporters buses on…

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Victor Camarasa: Neil Warnock says Cardiff midfielder’s scans have showed ‘nothing’ on them with Spaniard set
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Victor Camarasa: Neil Warnock says Cardiff midfielder’s scans have showed ‘nothing’ on them with Spaniard set

Neil Warnock says Victor Camarasa’s scans have showed “nothing” on them with the absent midfielder instead listening to the “experts” around him, according to the Cardiff City boss.…

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Premier League: Leicester edge past Brighton as Brendan Rodgers watches from the stands, Newcastle seven
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Premier League: Leicester edge past Brighton as Brendan Rodgers watches from the stands, Newcastle seven

On a day that was dominated by news of Brendan Rodgers being appointed Leicester’s new manager you could be forgiven for forgetting there were four Premier League matches…

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Leeds miss out on going back up to second in Championship as battling QPR end seven-game losing run with
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Leeds miss out on going back up to second in Championship as battling QPR end seven-game losing run with

There were eight Championship teams in action on Tuesday, with QPR’s victory over Leeds the biggest talking point on an eventful night of action. Check out a round-up…

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Former Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan calls Charlton chief Roland Duchatelet ‘laughable’ after talkSPORT in
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Former Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan calls Charlton chief Roland Duchatelet ‘laughable’ after talkSPORT in

Simon Jordan believes Charlton owner Roland Duchatelet has brought fan backlash upon himself. Addicks fans have been protesting against the Belgian millionaire for most of his five-year spell…

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Premier League: Leicester edge past Brighton as Brendan Rodgers watches from the stands, Everton beat
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Premier League: Leicester edge past Brighton as Brendan Rodgers watches from the stands, Everton beat

On a day that was dominated by news of Brendan Rodgers being appointed Leicester’s new manager you could be forgiven for forgetting there were four Premier League matches…

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