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Leaving The Earth
Sports Reporter — The Guardian

Manchester football correspondent of Guardian/Observer. 1000 poems and counting. Sitting in the sunshine and feeling like a millionaire. http://t.co/VHHnPaHGuL

Bastian Schweinsteiger: Manchester United will be my last club in Europe

theguardian.com — Bastian Schweinsteiger has stated Manchester United will be his last club in Europe, a decision that appears to pave the way for a move to Major League Soccer, China or the Middle East. The 32-year-old World Cup winner has been dropped from the first-team squad by José Mourinho, with the United manager also ordering him to train with the younger players.

Pep Guardiola praises Raheem Sterling for his ‘mental strength and focus’

theguardian.com — Raheem Sterling is the standout beneficiary so far of the Pep Guardiola effect at Manchester City, having already won two penalties, created a further goal, and is once again the fleet-footed, dribbling menace who moved the club to pay £49m to Liverpool for him last summer.

Phil Jones to stay at Manchester United despite Stoke City interest

theguardian.com — Phil Jones is content to stay at Manchester United, with José Mourinho also having no wish for him to leave, despite Stoke City being the latest club to express an interest. United have rejected several inquiries this summer for Jones as Mourinho's position remains that the central defender is a key part of his defence.

Joe Hart set to stay at Manchester City even as Guardiola’s third choice

theguardian.com — Joe Hart is set to stay at Manchester City, with the 29-year-old conscious this will threaten his status as the England No1. Hart remains open to all options but with only eight days until the close of the summer window he is yet to receive an offer that is considered suitable for his long-term career.

Sam Allardyce does not rule out England return for John Terry

theguardian.com — Sam Allardyce has said John Terry could return for England, although the new manager accepts this also depends on the defender's desire to do so. Terry won the last of his 78 caps in England's 5-0 away win over Moldova in September 2012, retiring from international football the same month before a Football Association hearing into the allegations that the Chelsea captain had racially abused Queens Park Rangers' Anton Ferdinand.

Sam Allardyce believes John Stones can be key part of England’s revival

theguardian.com — Any Sam Allardyce sceptics who question whether he will be a progressive England manager may wish to hear about his readiness to make John Stones the cornerstone of his rearguard. The Manchester City defender has often drawn criticism for his inconsistent ability to defend and his desire for over-elaboration: two attributes from which the supposedly pragmatic Allardyce might recoil.

Jürgen Klopp won’t panic buy despite Liverpool’s defeat at Burnley

theguardian.com — Jürgen Klopp insisted he would be an "idiot" if Liverpool's abject 2-0 defeat at Burnley would cause him to buy a left-back or midfielder, though the manager is considering strengthening further. Klopp's side were second-best in every department at Turf Moor, going down to first-half goals from Sam Vokes and Andre Gray.

Burnley and Sam Vokes catch Liverpool cold as Klopp’s men fire blanks

theguardian.com — This was a fine way for Burnley to collect their first points of this nascent season and a demoralising way for Liverpool to go down. Sean Dyche's men were simply hungrier than the visiting cadre, who lacked the requisite quality in front of goal.

Pep Guardiola hopes to sign Barcelona’s Claudio Bravo this week

theguardian.com — Pep Guardiola hopes this week to sign the Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo in what would be a further blow to Joe Hart's Manchester City career. Luis Enrique, Barça's head coach, wants a new keeper in place before he allows the sale of Bravo to Manchester City with Ajax's Jasper Cillessen now ahead of Valencia's Diego Alves as the expected replacement.

Manchester United’s José Mourinho wants to buy Southampton’s José Fonte

theguardian.com — José Mourinho hopes to make José Fonte his fifth major signing of the summer, with the Manchester United manager keen to add the Southampton centre-back's experience to his squad. Fonte is 32 and has only a year left on his contract at the south coast club.
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Aug 26, 2016

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Aug 26, 2016

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Aug 26, 2016

RT @DeathMedieval: Sarah Woodward, found dead in her home in 1322, her “frail and dilapidated house” having fallen upon her and killing her by misadventure

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