Manchester United to Sign Antoine Griezmann?

Image result for antoine griezmannManchester United look set to pull off a major coup this summer with the signing of Antoine Griezmann.

It is the clearest sign yet that the Red Devils’ transfer policy is shifting under Jose Mourinho, reports the Manchester Evening News.

United used to buy the cream of the crop from their domestic rivals now they are buying the best players in Europe.

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Money hasn’t been an issue since Woodward took control of transfers in the summer of 2013. Read more

Mighty Warrior Striker Kudakwashe Bhasopo in Lesbian storm

Image result for kudakwashe bhasopo mighty warriorsZimbabwe: Mighty Warriors striker, Kudakwashe Bhasopo, says she has repented from ho_mose_xual tendencies after her oral se_x act with a Highfield woman leaked.

Bhasopo is seen taking the role of a man as she engages in oral se_x with Fungai believed to be a lady of the night.

An impeccable source told h-metro that Bhasopo had a misunderstanding with Fungai forcing the latter to leak the po_rnographic video. Contacted for comment, Fungai confirmed her illicit affair with Bhasopo brushing away knowledge of how the video leaked. Read more

I am more calm, more matured and more in control of my emotions- Jose Mourinho

In a new interview with France Football to be released Tuesday, Man U manager Mourinho also spelled out his belief that no one team in England can be fully dominant as EPL clubs are now more financially independent.

“Mourinho the man tries to be the opposite of what the manager is,” he said. “He tries to be discreet and calm. To find a way to disconnect.

I can go home and not watch a football match, not think about football. I can do that. At the start of my career, I couldn’t. I was switched on 24 hours a day. I had to find a kind of maturity. Today I feel comfortable with my personality as a man.

“I’ve matured, I’m more at peace. A win no longer represents the moon to me, and a defeat no longer means hell. And I think I can transmit that serenity to the people who work with me, my players. Read more

Ghanaian referee Joseph Lamptey banned by FIFA for life due to match manipulation!

World football governing body, FIFA have banned Ghanian referee Joseph Lamptey for life due to his manipulation of the FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifier between South Africa and Senegal on November 12, 2016 that ended 2-1 in favor of South Africa.

The game ended 2-1 but FIFA launched an investigation into the referee after he awarded a dubious penalty to South Africa for the opening goal of the game, and FIFA decided to ban him, but his assistant referees have been cleared of any wrongdoing.
Read FIFA’s statement published today below… Read more

Video: Ghanaian footballer mistakenly thanks wife and girlfriend post match interview

Ghanaian footballer, Mohammed Anas made one of the most hilarious blunders in post match interviews. Anas was awarded the man of the match award after scoring twice for his Free State Stars team in their 2-2 draw with Ajax Cape Town on Friday evening.

During his post-match interview, the striker said: ‘Firstly I appreciate my fans,’ he began. ‘(And) my wife and my girlfriend.’. On noticing the slip of tongue, he quickly clarified he intended to thank his wife.

‘I’m so sorry, my wife!’ he exclaimed. ‘I love you so much from my heart. Thanks for supporting me there is more to come,’ he stuttered before the interview came to an end. Read more

Photos: For the first time in football history, a woman will coach an Italian male national team

In a footballing first, a woman will coach a male outfit in Italy when former player Patrizia Panico takes the helm of the national under-16 team. Rated the best female footballer from Italy, Panico is assistant for the under-16s but the head coach Daniel Zoratto is set to take over the under-19 side temporarily, propelling her into the top post for a spell.

“There are many walls still to break down,” said the 42-year-old Panico of the daily barriers women face in Italy, which lags some other countries in Europe when it comes to equality. Read more


Juan Mata scored the winner as Manchester United secured a place in the quarter-finals of the Europa League at the expense of FC Rostov with a 1-0 victory at Old Trafford.

The Spaniard clipped home from close range as Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s low cross was flicked into his path by Zlatan Ibrahimovic with 20 minutes remaining as the dominant Reds ensured progression to the last eight of the competition with a 2-1 aggregate scoreline.

In doing so, Jose Mourinho’s men maintained this season’s unbeaten home record in Europe and await Friday’s draw in Switzerland with interest.

After navigating difficult terrain in Rostov-on-Don last week to claim a creditable 1-1 draw in the first leg, it was back to the more familiar surroundings under the floodlights at the Theatre of Dreams for the Reds. Read more

Chiyangwa ecstatic to see Hayato go after 29 years at the helm of African football

Zifa and Cosafa president Philip Chiyangwa is elated to see the back of former Caf president Issa Hayatou, whose 29-year reign came to an end yesterday after he lost an election to Ahmad Ahmad of Madagascar.

Chiyangwa had been leading Ahmad’s campaign advocating for change in the Caf leadership and yesterday Ahmad romped to victory after attracting 34 votes from the 54 voting members, Hayatou got 20. Read more

Mourinho defends Paul Pogba’s performance

With a world record price hanging over his head, Paul Pogba has come in for plenty of criticism from those who believe he is not doing enough to justify the £89million fee Manchester United shelled out for him.

Jose Mourinho has risen to the defence of his star player saying his critics are envious and the 24yr old has achieved a lot all by himself.

The Portuguese coach said: ‘I feel that the world is losing values and we all know that and envy is coming into certain levels that I am scared about especially for the next generation if things go in this direction.’ Read more

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