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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang insists Golden Boot race is ‘victory for Africa’ as Arsenal striker ends level with Liverpool stars Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang insists Golden Boot race is ‘victory for Africa’ as Arsenal striker ends level with Liverpool stars Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah

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top trio The three finished tied on 22 goals at the end of the season with both Aubameyang and Mane netting twice on the final day This season’s Golden Boot race was a good sign for African football, according to Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. The Gabon international netted twice on the final day of the season to end with 22 goals in his first full season with the Gunners. Getty Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with the Golden Boot Senegal star Sadio Mane also scored twice on the final day to end on 22 while Egypt forward Mohamed Salah, and Liverpool team-mate, was at the top of the list as well. Aubameyang told The Sun: “It means a lot. I am really happy and proud of it. “I am sharing this trophy with Mane and Salah – and I li
Alexis Sanchez can still be a ‘magnificent player’ for Manchester United, insists Arsenal legend Ray Parlour

Alexis Sanchez can still be a ‘magnificent player’ for Manchester United, insists Arsenal legend Ray Parlour

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COMETH THE MAN talkSPORT co-host says the Chilean has a real chance to prove himself against Chelsea in the FA Cup on Monday night Ray Parlour believes Alexis Sanchez can still be a ‘magnificent player’ for Manchester United and has a great chance to show it in Monday night’s FA Cup showdown with Chelsea. The Chilean has been a huge disappointment since arriving at Old Trafford from Arsenal in January 2018, having scored just five goals in a little over 12 months at the club. But, caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes there’s still a player there, and Arsenal legend Parlour agrees. Alexis Sanchez has not lived up to expectations at Old Trafford Sanchez has been in and out of the team since ...
Airline insists that bizarre Drew Barrymore interview for in-flight magazine is real

Airline insists that bizarre Drew Barrymore interview for in-flight magazine is real

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EgyptAir is standing by the author of a bizarre Drew Barrymore profile that appeared in the airline's in-flight magazine. The interview in the in-flight magazine Horus was widely-assumed to be fake by online readers, after traveler Adam Baron, tweeted an image of it and described it as “surreal.” The piece, which focuses on “Barrymore the mother,” opens with a one-page introduction that labels the popular actress as being famous for “unstable relationships" and “unsuccessful marriages” -- which the author writes is only natural due to the early divorce of Barrymore’s parents. The author said that the divorce had prompted Barrymore to "subconsciously [seek] attention and care from a male figure." The author, Aida Takla, goes on to ask ab...
Chelsea news: Cesar Azpilicueta insists the players are working hard to improve under Maurizio Sarri

Chelsea news: Cesar Azpilicueta insists the players are working hard to improve under Maurizio Sarri

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More Practice The Premier League side lost 2-0 to Man City in the Community Shield, but the only way to bounce back is to work even harder in training, says the defender There is a lot of hard work to be done at Chelsea, Cesar Azpilicueta believes. The players have been trying to get used to new manager Maurizio Sarri’s style of play, but have only had a few weeks to train together, while some World Cup players have been on an extended break. “Well, what I can say is that from the first day we are working hard and we are working as a team,’ Azpilicueta told chelseafc.com. “He knows what he wants and he explains it to us. We have to replicate what he wants and the only way is to keep working in every training session, every game, to tr...
White House insists Trump believes Russia still a threat

White House insists Trump believes Russia still a threat

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Media playback is unsupported on your device The White House has insisted it believes Russia still poses a threat to the US amid confusion over comments made by President Donald Trump.Mr Trump appeared to disagree with US intelligence when he responded "no" to a question about whether Russia was still targeting American elections. Later, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Mr Trump was saying "no" to answering further questions.It comes amid a flurry of criticism over his recent comments about Russia. "The president and his administration are working very hard to make sure that Russia is unable to meddle in our elections as they have done in the past," Mrs Sanders said at a news briefing on Wednesday. What's the latest confusion? Ho...