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World Cup

Everyone welcome? Gay football fans prepare for Qatar

World Cup 2022 host Qatar has given the clearest indication yet that LGBT fans will be welcome, engaging with gay supporters as it hosts the Club World Cup -- despite criminalising homosexuality.

UCL

Anxious coaches settle down for Champions League draw

As the coaches of the 16 qualifiers for the Champions League last 16 prepare to watch Monday's draw, they might ask: what price success.

Barcelona Real Madrid
La Liga

Benzema looks to put Messi in Clasico shade

Karim Benzema is finally filling the void left by Cristiano Ronaldo and on Wednesday his task will be to trump Lionel Messi.

Arsenal Man. City
Premier League

Chinese TV pulls Arsenal match after Ozil's Uighur comments

Chinese state broadcaster CCTV pulled a game between Arsenal and Manchester City from its programme after the Gunners midfielder Mesut Ozil expressed support for mainly Muslim Uighurs in Xinjiang.

Premier League

Teenager Greenwood rescues Man Utd in Everton draw

Mason Greenwood came off the bench to rescue Manchester United as the teenage striker's late equaliser secured a 1-1 draw against Everton on Sunday.

China media warns Arsenal of 'serious implications' over 'clownish' Ozil

Chinese state media warned Monday that Mesut Ozil's criticism of the country's treatment of its Uighurs will have "serious implications" for Arsenal, stirring a backlash that saw the English football club's weekend match pulled from Chinese TV.

Premier League

"Arsenal is a circus"

Bacary Sagna spoke to 'Sky Sports' about Arsenal's current situation, he used to play for them but does not recognise them now.

Premier League

Haaland knows his future, says Manchester United manager Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be spoiled for choice in attack if Manchester United sign Erling Haaland to join fellow teenager Mason Greenwood.

Premier League

City have already chosen Guardiola's successor

At Manchester City, they understand that Pep Guardiola is not going to stay forever. In fact, they already have a favourite to take over from him. According to 'The Sun', they want to take Brendan Rodgers (Leicester City coach) away from the Foxes.

La Liga

Griezmann speaks ahead of his first ever 'Clasico'

The Frenchman for Barcelona spoke to the club's official media channels ahead of the match with Real Madrid. The game on Wednesday will be his first 'Clasico'.

Premier League

Old Trafford madness: 300 million to spend in the market!

Manchester United are going all out in the next transfer market. According to 'The Sun', Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer, Red Devils coach, has been given permission to use around 300 million euros in signings next summer. Haaland and Sanchez are his priorities.

Premier League

Dazzling De Bruyne sees City return to winning ways at Arsenal

Kevin De Bruyne scored twice and teed up Raheem Sterling for Manchester City's other goal as Arsenal crumbled to another humiliating 3-0 home defeat on Sunday.

La Liga

Zidane salutes Real Madrid's mentality after late equaliser

Karim Benzema got a late equaliser at Valencia on Sunday, leaving coach Zinedine Zidane thrilled by Real Madrid's attitude.

Serie A

These players need a breather - Conte blames fatigue as Inter are pegged back by Fiorentina

Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez are in need of a rest which Inter have been unable to give them, according to Antonio Conte.

RAY ALB
Second Division

Segunda Division game suspended over chanting aimed at Roman Zozulya

Roman Zozulya was targeted by chants from Rayo Vallecano fans during Sunday's Segunda Division game against Albacete.

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Premier League

Ederson saved City and De Bruyne scored the next goal

The start of the game between Arsenal and Manchester City was crazy. The Gunners had the chance to go ahead thanks to Martinelli, but Ederson made a great save and, not long after, Kevin De Bruyne scored a goal.

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Premier League

Tottenham up to fifth after late win at Wolves

Jan Vertonghen's stoppage time header continued Tottenham's turnaround under Jose Mourinho as Spurs moved up to fifth with a 2-1 win at Wolves.

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