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Messi, Ronaldo, Zidane to storm Abuja

\ Reigning World Footballer of the Year, Cristiano Ronaldo, his arch rival and FC Barcelona talisman, Lionel Messi, former France captain and coach of Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane, former African Footballer of the Year, Abedi Ayew Pele, among others are set for an international novelty football match in Abuja, between …

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Cristiano Ronaldo crowned world’s highest-earning athlete for 2016 after banking £70m… ahead of Lionel Messi in Forbes’ list

We may be into a new year but Cristiano Ronaldo has been given another reason to point to why he had a better 2016 than Lionel Messi. After winning the Champions League and Euro 2016 on the field, Ronaldo’s exploits saw him collect the Ballon d’Or and the Best FIFA …

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Leicester City win the Premier League title as Tottenham slip up

The Foxes, a pre-season favourite for relegation, have achieved one of the most unlikely feats in English football history with their first ever top-flight title

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Cristiano Ronaldo Caught Watching Video Of Himself Last Night After Being Ruled Out Due To Injury

Cristiano Ronaldo was caught last night watching a video of himself on Gary Lineker’s instagram page after he was ruled out of the champions League match with Man City due to injury. While others expected him to be embroiled in the match as it was a crucial champions league tie, …

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RUMOURS: Arsenal, Man Utd & England’s big five clubs in talks over QUITTING Champions League

The promise of a guaranteed windfall and continental football on a yearly basis has attracted the attention of club directors, who reportedly met with Stephen Ross on Tuesday Representatives of five of the Premier League’s most powerful clubs have met to discuss the possibility of breaking away from the Champions …

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Angelique Kerber stuns World No 1 Serena Williams to win Australian Open final

World number one, Serena Williams today surprisingly lost the Australian Open final to Angelique Kerber after battling with the world no 6. She later admitted with tears in her eyes that Kerber deserved to win. “You did so well, let me be the first to congratulate you,” a teary-eyed Williams said …

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