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The Swan Army: When a Singaporean Had A Japanese Dream

A pioneer is an individual who is one of the first few to do something and paves the way for the next generations to continue. In more ways than one, Adam Swandi was a pioneer for all Singaporeans back in 2018 when he played for Albirex Niigata Singapore. It was a bold step to join […]

2022’s Potential Breakout Stars: Part 2

A few more to finish out the side… If you have not read Part 1 yet, you can find it here. Now, we finish out this series with a few more bright stars poised for a breakout season. Charlie Patino, Arsenal/England Arsenal’s Hale End Academy has been one of the topics of choice for English […]

Is Amy Recha The Missing Piece In The Hougang United Puzzle?

When Amy Recha announced his departure from Geylang International last season, many were curious about where the “Fox in the Box” would land. After all, Amy had a stellar 2021 season. He was a standout player and a consistent performer for the Eagles, with 12 goals and 3 assists. After months of speculation, his decision […]

Kyoga Nakamura and Tampines Rovers Have Set a New Precedent With This Five-Year Deal

When news of Kyoga Nakamura’s five-year contract extension first came to light, I was overjoyed. The Tampines Rovers midfielder has been a consistent performer in the Singapore Premier League and is a true joy to watch whenever he takes to the field. The thought of seeing such a talented player him feature in the SPL […]

Podcast: The UCL Redraw, Europa League Predictions & AFF Suzuki Cup Thoughts

This week, we finally unveil the mystery man that is Jack Transou – SoccerKakis co-founder and chief editor – as we finally launch our video podcast series. But besides this monumental face reveal, we will be discussing several key topics in this episode. Watch the full episode via the link above! If you don’t like […]

2022’s Potential Breakout Stars: Part 1

The young future talents to keep an eye on in the new year… As we tick over from 2021 to 2022, we all wonder as football fans what this new year will bring for the teams and players we love. Who will win the major trophies? What will the world’s biggest stars do? How will […]

The Search For Tatsuma Yoshida’s Successor Needs Time. But Will Singaporeans Be Patient?

Tatsuma Yoshida resigned, and his departure means that Singapore is now missing a national team head coach in addition to a permanent technical director. If the local football fraternity isn’t concerned, it better be. For one, if we really want to transform the dream of reaching the 2034 World Cup into reality, we need competent […]

2021’s End of Year Superlatives

Capping off our best of the best in 2021… We’ve had quite a year, haven’t we? Ups and downs. Surprises and shocks. Big games. The return of fans. 2021 has been fun for European football, and I am here to celebrate some of the best players, games, moments, and other things as a way to […]

My Team of the 21/22 Season So Far

Kicking off our end of 2021 discussions with a look at this season… So, we are not quite sure when you will be reading this, so just to make sure we cover our bases… Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays. Joyeux Noël. Feliz Navidad. Frohe Weinachten. Buon Natale. Whatever holiday you may celebrate, whether it be Christmas […]

The Fox in the Box: The Amy Recha Story Part 2

In part 1, we looked at how Amy began his football journey. He started his professional career with Geylang International in 2011 and finished the 2015 season with Young Lions. In this second part, we continue his journey by looking at what transpired following his return to Geylang in 2016 until the 2020 AFF Suzuki […]

Spreading The Festive Spirit – A Tampines Rovers Initiative to Help Migrant Workers

Before the pandemic outbreak, migrant workers had always been a marginalised and often forgotten community in Singapore. Yet, they have become increasingly isolated once COVID-19 restrictions kicked into full gear. As things stand, these migrant workers have been largely restricted to the confines of their dormitories, and they have minimal ability to travel out for […]

The Toffee Tragedy

The current state of Rafa Benitez’s Everton and how the train so quickly fell off the tracks… If you would allow me a moment to indulge in the misery of supporting Everton, I think it would help me update the readership on how the Rafa Benítez era has gone at this club. I wrote twice […]

We need to Keep Things In Perspective – Aftermath of Thailand 2-0 Singapore

When the final whistle blew, a chorus of boos echoed throughout the National Stadium, drowning out the applause from a select few of the Singapore faithful. It was abundantly clear that Singaporean fans were disappointed by the national team’s performance against Thailand. With eleven changes made by Thailand head coach Alexandré ‘Mano’ Pölking, there was […]

Drama, Records & Goals: What Made Philippines 1-2 Thailand A Thrilling Affair

Sheer physicality, abundant pace, and luck. These are the ingredients supposedly necessary for Southeast Asian sides to take away points from Thailand. The Philippines came close. While they had the former two features, the latter one eluded them in the final 13 minutes of regulation time. Lead Up to The Fixture The past decade has […]

Podcast: United vs Arsenal An Analysis [Better Late Than Never]

This was supposed to be uploaded sometime the past few days but unfortunately, work has bogged me down. Alas, it is better late than never. In what would be Carrick’s last game as a Manchester United’s employee, let alone caretaker head coach, the red devils managed to put a solid performance against the gunners. Arsenal […]

Man United Actually Did Something Smart

On the arrival of Ralf Rangnick and what this means for the direction of United… Well, United made a hire. They made one rather quickly, and while it is not their permanent hire, it is one that was still relatively quick as it needed to be. And…well…they did something good. Very good. Surprisingly good, in […]

The Crew: Feelings and Thoughts on Stipe Plazibat’s Departure

Hi, my name is Joseph Jireh, I am 21 this year and I have been a Lion City Sailors’ fan since early 2020 when the new project was announced. Before I go into the details and all I would like to start by caveating that I will never be able to do justice to what […]

Our 2021 SoccerKakis SPL Team of The Season

The 2021 Singapore Premier League season had its fair share of thrills and spills and will be memorable for numerous reasons (depending on who you ask of course). That being said, we have finally created our picks for the SPL 2021 Season – well we had for some time now but the global pandemic has […]

Tragic, Yet Inevitable: The Solskjær Ending

Reflecting on the end of the Solskjær reign at Manchester United… Well, it has finally happened. After a five hour emergency board meeting, Manchester United have decided to part ways with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær following United’s humiliating 4-1 defeat to Watford at Vicarage Road on Saturday. The United hero, the “Baby-Faced Assassin”, the man […]

The Four Teams You Should Be Watching This Season

But who may not have the attention they deserve… We are currently about a third of the way into the season, and we have our clear contenders for league and continental silverware coming to the fore. Teams like Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and Real Madrid remain the global colossal teams full of the […]

My Apology to Ajax Amsterdam

Time to address my worst take from the Podcast… So, time for a quick apology. I had a take that was so bad, that aged so poorly, that I needed to respond to it. On our Champions League preview podcast, I made a prediction that I thought was at least a bit bold but not […]

Who could Manchester United’s Next Manager potentially be?

Ole’s lost the wheel With the humiliating defeat at Old Trafford, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job is on the line. Losing 5-0 to United’s biggest and bitter rivals, Liverpool, with no identity, no patterns of play and schoolboy tactics, Ole has lost the fans and the dressing room. However, with the boards’ incompetence and Sir Alex […]

The Fox in the Box: The Amy Recha Story Part 1

When Geylang International started their 2021 campaign, it seems like the Eagles were struck by lighting. A dark cloud seemed to loom over the club and setback after setback fell upon them. Of course, most eyes would have been on Lion City Sailors and their journey to the Singapore Premier League title, but if you’re […]

Podcast: Ripping The Band-Aid Off – Discussing Man Utd, Everton, & Lyon Woes

Well, we dive into some uncomfortable territory. Vikram and Jack talk about their favourite teams’ recent woes. In particular, Vikram is feeling the after-effects of Liverpool’s 5-1 thrashing of the Red Devils while Jack discusses how Everton and Lyon’s recent form has been rather dreadful as well. How do we feel about our teams’ respectful […]

Podcast: The El Clásico and Atléti vs La Real Reviews

Yes, it may be a tad bit late but the points we make are still kinda great (or we hope they are). We did an El Clásico preview with our good friend Russell from The Goal Assembly before the clash of the titans – one without Lionel Messi mind you – and we felt it […]

How Do We Raise The Stock Of Singaporean Football Players?

While the eternal optimist in me sees positives from our World Cup Qualifiers, many reckoned that Singapore’s showings were abysmal. Likewise, I think Tampines Rovers displayed a lot of grit and showed determination in their AFC Champions League run, but to the uninformed and ignorant external observer, they would look at the scoreline of the […]

A New Era: The Danger Of Lion City Sailors’ Long Term Dominance

After seven long years, we finally have a Singaporean club lifting the Singapore Premier League. Seven long years of sheer frustration watching foreign sides lifting the league title, of withstanding ridicule from our Southeast Asian neighbours, of bitter disappointment with our domestic football predicament.   Lion City Sailors have emerged as champions. If the lead up […]

The Newcastle United Post-Takeover Checklist

What the Toon need to do with their newfound wealth… Well, Newcastle are rich now. As you likely have seen, it was the news story that dominated the headlines recently, the much-discussed and controversial takeover of Newcastle United was revived and finalized, making the English northeastern giants the richest club in world football and ending […]

UEFA Nations League Final: A Postmortem

Victory for France but optimism for Spain… Two weeks ago, we saw the final resolution of the 2021 UEFA Nations League, with France taking home the honors after a 2-1 come from behind victory against Spain at the San Siro. For a competition that many viewed as glorified friendlies, and one that I quite frankly […]

Manchester United Are Ole in

Before the season began, everyone was arguing how things were changing inside Old Trafford with the appointment of Darren Fletcher appointed as technical director and Matt Judge in charge of negotiating transfers and contracts. There was an air of optimism with the huge signings of Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho. With such a […]

Podcast: Our 2021 UEFA Nations League Final Predictions

It’s yet another edition of the UEFA Nations League Finals and this time we have a mouthwatering clash on our plates. The reigning world champions France, take on a young and vibrant Spanish side that has the potential to emerge victorious from their bout. Elsewhere, the third-place match sees Belgium and Italy hash it out. […]

Podcast: Our Europa League Group Stage Predictions

Just a disclaimer, but this was recorded before the Europa League started! While the UEFA Europa Conference League is the new kid on the block, the Europa League went through some changes itself. The number of groups has dropped from 12 to 8 – similar to the Champions League. Interestingly, the reduced number of participants […]

The Fans Forum: Khertan’s Top 5 Premier League Signings of the Transfer Window

An Article by Khertan Harshad Ramanan The transfer window is closed and now it’s time to wrap up the best signings made in this summer transfer window. Emi Buendía Coming from the Championship, Emi Buendia is ready to play in the PL. Buendia was named SkyBet Championship Player of the Season after he played a […]

The Ronald Koeman Conundrum

And why the answer may not be as clear as many think… Well, it is time to talk about Barcelona again. While it feels like there are only a few common threads that continue to be pulled on in this blog, you can hardly blame us for focusing on the central stories in the sport. […]

The Question of the Premier League’s TV Rights

Are we better off today than we were four years ago?… I am once again dabbling in a largely American-centered topic, but I think the overall message of this is applicable to everyone. So bear with me here. It is time to talk about sports television. We need to discuss how football is covered. Football […]

Our Singapore Premier League Team of the Week #18

It was another weekend of SPL action and we experienced yet another twist in the title race. Tampines Rovers, who has struggled since returning from their maiden AFC Champions League voyage, put in a solid performance to hold Albirex Niigata to a draw and deny them valuable three points. However, that draw meant nothing unless […]

The Arctic Fox – Danny Kim

On the 1st of November 1983, Kim Pan-keun made history for the football-mad nation of South Korea by attaining a National Cap at the young age of 17 years and 241 days. The record still stands today. Nicknamed the ‘Ground Fox’, he won the K-League twice while racking up a reputation for being one of […]

Our Singapore Premier League Team of The Week #17

Better late than never… First and foremost, apologies for the delay for the team of the week for last week. A packed schedule meant that it was going to be a while before I could churn this out. Regardless, what a weekend it was. Albirex Niigata and Lion City Sailors put on an entertaining display […]

Eight Players to Watch in LaLiga This Season

Mainly because we have nice pictures for them now… So the LaLiga season kicked off a few weeks ago, and it has already produced some very interesting results. Fresh off of Atlético Madrid’s triumphant title victory on the final day of last season, we go into this season not really being quite sure who the […]

Our Singapore Premier League Team Of The Week #16

It hasn’t been the best of weekends for the Eastside clubs, with Geylang International and Tampines Rovers getting smashed by Albirex Niigata (5-0) and Hougang United (7-3), respectively. As a result, Tampines are in a precarious position and are dangerously flirting with the prospect of missing out on continental competition next season. On Sunday, Lion […]

Podcast: Our Champions League Guide & Predictions Part 2 – Groups E to H

We continue going through the other remaining groups in this episode and the latter groups have some interesting matches for sure. Manchester United will look for revenge against Villareal following last season’s Europa League final loss, Chelsea and Juventus will be a mouthwatering clash and Bayern Munich will be looking to capitalize on Barcelona’s period […]

Podcast: Our Champions League Guide & Predictions Part 1: Groups A to D

That’s right. If you need a quick guide for all the champions league teams, and I repeat ALL the champions league teams, we’ve got you covered. We discuss key transfers of each club and their form in their respective domestic leagues. From Lionel Messi reuniting with Pep Guardiola in Group A to even new debutants […]

Breakout Stars to Watch for 2021/22

The rising stars to keep an eye on for this upcoming season… So about halfway through last season, I wrote an article discussing the biggest breakout stars for 2021. These were going to be the young players you would hear more and more from as the year progressed, the next young stars of world football. […]

On the Under-23 Rule: Let’s Keep It At One, But We Need The Prime League To Return

Back in January, I wrote an article about why it’s time for the Football Association of Singapore to consider re-evaluating the U-23 rule. Perhaps they read my article, because they’re supposedly revising the rule. If the alleged changes come to effect, then only one under-23-year-old player needs to start each game instead of the three […]

Podcast: Transfer Deadline Madness – The Rest of Europe Edition

Of course, we wouldn’t only cover the Premier League. Jack would never allow it. Besides looking at Kylian Mbappé’s failed move to Real Madrid and what this means for all parties involved, we look at Moise Kean’s move to Juventus, Luuk de Jong’s surprise move to Barcelona, Eduardo Camavinga’s move to Santiago Bernabéu, Antoine Griezmann’s […]

Podcast: Transfer Deadline Madness – The English Premier League Edition

Transfer Deadline Day rarely disappoints and it was truly an eventful last day of the window with a host of players making some expected and unexpected moves.  Tune in to hear us share our thoughts on Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United, Daniel James to Leeds United, Saul to Chelsea, Takehiro Tomiyasu to Arsenal, Odsonne Édouard […]

Our Singapore Premier League Team Of The Week #15

Gear up folks, we’re in for a nail-biting finish. The conclusion of last week’s fixtures means that 4 games remain for the majority of the teams, while Lion City Sailors and Tampines Rovers have five games remaining each. Matchday 17 certainly produced thrilling matches with Lion City Sailors and Hougang United battling it out in […]

Podcast: The TransferMerry-Go-Round Continues

Ronaldo has moved to United instead of City and we kind of recorded this a few hours before the Red Devils announced the signing. We also discuss Kylian Mbappé’s potential move to Real Madrid, Saúl Ñíguez’s loan to Chelsea, Moise Kean departing Everton and many other players!

Podcast: Evaluating The LaLiga Top Dogs

With Messi’s departure from Barcelona and Ramos’s departure from Real Madrid, El Clásico will never be the same for many modern-day fans. Of course, new stars will be born, but this is an interesting period for the Spanish the top-flight. With both LaLiga titans in a period of transition, could this mean other clubs have […]

Podcast: Important Questions For Some Premier League Clubs

We’re switching things up a bit.  This episode primarily focuses on three Premier League clubs – Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspurs, and Manchester United. After the first two weeks of EPL action, these teams have stood out for the right and wrong reasons.  Arsenal have been abysmal in the league and despite thrashing West Brom during the […]

Our Singapore Premier League Team Of The Week #14

The Singapore Premier League was back in action this past weekend and the “weekend” kicked off on Thursday where Balestier Khalsa took on Tampines Rovers who were looking to bounce back from their 4-1 thumping by Lion City Sailors. Unfortunately for the Stags, they slumped to another heavy defeat again – this time a shock […]

An Unrecognized Saviour Between The Sticks- Zainol Gulam Shares It All

Yep, that’s right. Zainol Gulam has left Geylang International, and it looks as if he’s going to embark on a new chapter in his career. When I found out about this, I knew I couldn’t wait any longer and sprung into action. Singapore, we have a goalkeeper crisis on our hands. Zainol’s departure from the […]

What to Watch For in 2021/22

One storyline to watch in the Top Five European Leagues as the 2021/22 season commences in the coming weeks… Well, it is nearly here. Just as it seems the previous season ended yesterday, we are merely weeks, if not days, away from the start of the 2021/22 season across Europe. The 2020/21 season was incredible […]

Our Singapore Premier League Team Of The Week #13

So finally, Tampines Rovers play their first Singapore Premier League fixture following their AFC Champions League expedition. As a result, we have all eight teams battling it out over the weekend for the first time in months.  It wasn’t just the stags that returned, though, but we also witnessed a goal-fest again after a surprising […]

The SoccerKakis Podcast Episode 12: The EPL Preview

The English Premier League is right around the corner and we couldn’t help but do an EPL Preview. And we had Rynaldy return for this one! After all, a lot and we mean a lot has happened since the end of last season. In part 1 of our EPL Preview, we look at the top four […]

Making Up For Lost Time – Jun Tan’s Untold Football Story Part 2

Do Read Part 1 If you have not already~ For younger and newer fans to the Singapore Premier League, Balestier Central merged with Clementi Khalsa at the end of 2002 to form Balestier Khalsa. Yes, that’s right Balestier Khalsa, existed as two separate teams nearly two decades ago. But enough of a lesson on the […]

…And Lionel Messi Is Joining PSG

Because of course he is… I am not one for cheesy quotes or sayings. Most are dumb, many tend to not be true in reality, and they are just fairly annoying. There is one in particular that has been on my mind lately. No, a rising tide does not lift all boats. It simply crushes […]

Lionel Messi Is Leaving Barcelona…

The unthinkable has actually happened… History unfolded before our very eyes today, August 8th, 2021. Stood at the podium, with the Spanish media before him and the entire world intently glued to their screens, Lionel Messi, maybe the greatest footballer of all time, confirmed the news that had dominated all of our lives for the […]

Our Singapore Premier League Team Of The Week #12

Happy National Day everyone! Singapore turns 56 today! The Singapore Premier League is full of twists and turns. Hate it as much as you want but you cannot deny that it is an entertaining competition. Even though there weren’t many goals this time round, this week’s fixtures did produce two shocks – Tanjong Pagar United […]

The SoccerKakis Podcast Episode 11

And yes, that’s right, we are back with yet another episode. Unfortunately, we recorded this episode before the major announcement that Lionel Messi will be parting ways with Barcelona – truly an end of an era. Stay tuned for an article on that.  Meanwhile, we looked at three other major pieces of transfer news and […]

Making Up For Lost Time – Jun Tan’s Untold Football Story Part 1

If you’re a follower of the Singaporean football scene, Jun Tan is a name that should be familiar to you. If it isn’t, then his company Junpiter Futbol would indeed ring a bell. For the past decade or so, Jun has been photographing matches and interviewing players all around Asia. From meeting footballing icons like […]

Football Fans Deserve Better Than EA Sports

Why we as a football community deserve more from a football video game… So, it is time for us to talk about something different. Let’s talk about football video games. If you are a younger football fan, around the age of Vikram and I especially, it is very likely that you have played a football […]

Our Singapore Premier League Team Of The Week #11

And we are back with yet another weekend of football filled fun. Matchday 13 sees more action but we wanted to wait till the end of the Lion City Sailors and Tampines Rovers match before making our selections. However, that match got called off and instead, these are the contenders worthy to be included in […]

The SoccerKakis Podcast Episode 10

And we’re back with another episode! This week we dive deep into transfer discussions but surprisingly, we talk more about other teams than our own [Everton and Manchester United]. In Part 1, we look at Tottenham Hotspurs’ recent transfer dealings in the window and potential moves that may or may not happen. Under Nuno, Spurs […]

Our Singapore Premier League Team Of The Week #10

After a two-month break, the Singapore Premier League is finally back. This past weekend saw the return of our beloved sides battle it out and with the return of fixtures, comes the return of the SoccerKakis Singapore Premier League Team of The Week series. The second leg of the SPL started off with a banger […]

France’s Euro 2020 Postmortem Part 2: The Manager Question

Is it time for Deschamps to go? Didier Deschamps is a national hero. Never forget that. After captaining and managing France to World Cup glory in 1998 and 2018, Deschamps will go down in history as one of the most beloved men in the history of French sport. Nothing will change that, and certainly this […]

Our SPL Stars To Watch: A SoccerKakis X Lions Of Asia Initiative

Payers Jointly Selected By SoccerKakis and Lions Of Asia In a matter of days, we see the resumption of the second leg of the Singapore Premier League. While we will be closely monitoring the Singapore Premier League title race, we plan to track a number of players until the end of the season. Who is […]

France’s Euro 2020 Postmortem Part 1: Was the Team right?

Where France go from here following a catastrophic failure of a tournament… (Note: Both Part 1 and Part 2 were written around the time France were eliminated from the Euros. Posting this was delayed, and it was since revised several times since, but it is still written in the frame of just having watched France […]

Setting Foot In Unchartered Territories – Razeen Khalid’s Unorthodox Career Part 2

Do read part 1 if you haven’t already! After A Hiatus, The Football Dream Continues For the next six years, Razeen Khalid would be working as an engineer for ExxonMobil but football would not be completely missing from his life. Playing regularly in the state league, Razeen did his best to fulfil his perpetual need […]

The SoccerKakis Podcast Episode 9

Another week, another podcast but a new face join us this time around! Rynaldy joins the podcast team and offers his insights into the discussions at hand. In our first part, we look at the ongoing situation in Barcelona. All is not well with the Catalan giants. The club is forced to offload a number […]

The SPL Resumes: The Rest Of The Pack

How can I leave the other teams out? Of course, I wasn’t going to. Also, if you haven’t already, do take a look at the title race preview that I previously wrote. Balestier Khalsa Balestier Khalsa find themselves leading the rest of the pack, and it will be hard for the team to bridge the […]

My Euro 2020 Team of the Tournament

Like Team of the Season, but International… GK: Gianluigi Donnarumma (Italy) The penalty hero (twice!) for Italy, Gigio Donnarumma has come up clutch on multiple occasions for the Azzurri. His reflexes and athleticism between the posts has been needed to bail Italy out. While he did not win the Golden Gloves for the tournament, going […]

The SoccerKakis Podcast #8

The ongoings of the football world never let us rest and this week, we take a look at many interesting events. In this first part, we look at the 2020 Euros finals and discuss how it went to Rome instead of coming home. England went out on penalties and our hearts go out to Marcus […]

Setting Foot In Unchartered Territories – Razeen Khalid’s Unorthodox Career Part 1

If the name Razeen Khalid rings a bell, you may remember him from my previous interview with Central African Republic international and former Home United stalwart Franklin Anzité. I briefly mentioned Razeen, who was his agent in Malaysia. Razeen was a central figure during Franklin’s footballing chapter in Malaysia. Yet, make no mistake. Razeen is […]

I was wrong, Barcelona are not fine…

The cracks in the financial foundation of one of football’s premier institutions are starting to cause the walls to fall down… Back in March, I wrote this article about the crisis at Barcelona, arguing that things were honestly not as bad as they seemed. Yes, their start to the season was concerning, but at the […]

The SPL Resumes: The Title Race Preview

With the Singapore Premier League resuming in a matter of days, I decided to take this time to preview the second half of the SPL season. Even though there are only 8 teams in the SPL, the title race is certainly exciting, and every team in the top half of the league is certainly a […]

The Red Devil Is In The Detail

Khertan has returned with another article. An Article by Khertan Harshad Ramanan. Introduction Jadon Sancho. The man needs no introduction. Jadon Sancho has officially joined Manchester United, pending medicals, which will be completed after his involvement in the UEFA European Championship. The move has cost United a whopping fee of €85 million and the contract […]

The Soccerkakis Podcast Episode 7

In this week’s podcast episodes, we discuss several things yet again! In the first part, we look at the Euros and discuss aspects of the four semi-finalists. We look at how the Denmark national team has surprised everyone and have become everyone’s second favourite team. Will Gareth Southgate and England bottle it? Would fatigue affect […]

United Finally Signed Jadon Sancho

It only took them a year or so to pay up… Well, I am sure you all saw the news. After a year of relentless pursuit and countless low-ball offers, Manchester United’s unrelenting desire to get their man finally paid off. Jadon Sancho is a Red Devil, and Fabrizio Romano can finally go about his […]


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