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Liverpool beats Man City 3-1 for Community Shield
Liverpool beat Manchester City 3-1 in the Community Shield on Saturday. Darwin Nunez came off the bench to win a penalty and score his first goal since a $77 million move from Benfica. Erling Haaland had a City debut to forget as he failed to make an impact.See the Story
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Galatasaray ends happy in Lucas Torreira transfer
Galatasaray, Arsenal'in Uruguayl1 y1ld1z1 Lucas Torreira ve Napoli'den ayr1lan Mertens'in transferleri i�in g�r�_melere ba_land11n1 a�1klad1. The Arsenal Football Club PLC ile resmi g �r �_ melere Ba_lanm1_t1r. Dries Merten'in kul�b�m�ze transferi konusunda, futbolcu ileresmi g me lere ba_lan m1.See the Story
Georginio Wijnaldum: Ex-Liverpool star joins Roma on a season-long loan from PSG ahead of new Serie A season
Georginio Wijnaldum has joined Roma on a season-long loan from Paris Saint-Germain. Roma have the option to buy the Dutch midfielder on a permanent deal. PSG are also covering approximately half of the midfielder's salary. The midfielder had only been at PSG for one season after leaving Liverpool last summer.See the Story
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Vandenbempt hard for Club Brugge: “The defense is nothing short of a horror”
Club Brugge was running over the competition this season. Some even claimed they weren't going to lose a match. But after 4 out of 9, it is clear that Carl Hoefkens still has a lot of work to do.See the Story
Union with ambition and also with the pennies in mind to Glasgow: “Would help left or right or for the construction of a stadium”
Union will play the return match in Glasgow tomorrow after winning the first match 2-0 against the Rangers. CEO Philippe Bormans certainly doesn't count himself rich yet, but left for the Scottish capital with ambition.See the Story
German international accused of domestic violence: pregnant girlfriend kicked in belly several times
Commotion in the Bundesliga. German 12-time international Nico Schulz of Borussia Dortmund is accused of beating his girlfriend while she was pregnant.See the Story
Unbelievable Barcelona challenges legal validity contract De Jong and wants to put it back on previous contract
Barcelona is struggling to secure its finances and will not be able to register its new players for the time being until they make a seat on the payroll. In that regard, they have informed Frenkie de Jong that they are going to challenge his contract, says the British newspaper The Athletic.See the Story
Hoefkens is mysterious about Jack Hendry: “Situation clear to everyone”
Jack Hendry was again not there for Club Brugge against Zulte Waregem. The Scotsman was not in the roster.See the Story
Marc Degryse sees problem cases for the Red Devils: “He won't be there anymore”
The competitions in the European countries have started, so that a lot of Red Devils can get back to work.See the Story
Serge Gumienny notices striking trend among Jupiler Pro League referees
Former referee Serge Gumienny follows Belgian football closely. In this way, he also analyses the past game day.See the Story