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“Already been a champion” – Managed hyped up by midfielder for Liverpool job, ‘gaining prestige’ for next step in career – Sport Witness

Among the many recent rumours about who could replace Jürgen Klopp at Liverpool, we’ve recently seen the name of Sporting boss Ruben Amorim. The Portuguese manager is said to be in the Reds’ list of potential options, even though he’s not expected to be one of the priorities. Given that possibility, outlet Record today features

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‘Future is a puzzle’ – Brighton approach for midfielder giving club a headache, do they keep him or sell? – Sport Witness

Brighton and Hove Albion’s interest in Juventus youngster Enzo Barrenechea is causing a headache for Juventus, who can’t decide whether to keep him or sell. That’s according to Calciomercato, who cover him and two other Juventus youngsters today and the dilemma the Serie A side find themselves in regarding their futures. Brighton’s interest in the

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“My thinking slowly changed” – Aston Villa clash ‘extra special’ for Dutchman, all because of Unai Emery – Sport Witness

With Aston Villa set to face Ajax Amsterdam in the next round of the Conference League, the matchup will be ‘extra special’ for Hedwiges Maduro. That’s according to Voetbal International, who have some quotes from the Dutch assistant manager, who has been in his role since the beginning of the season, even taking over as

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“I’m very happy” – Manchester United loanee satisfied with spell as club ‘intend to keep him’ – Sport Witness

Back in January, Manchester United and Benfica agreed the loan of Alvaro Carreras until the end of the season. The fullback is still fighting for his place in the Eagles’ squad, as he isn’t a regular starter yet, and only made seven appearances there. It turns out that as O Jogo today covers Benfica’s Europa

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