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Man utd legend Alex ferguson could change after ed woodward resignation



Manchester United vice-chairman Ed Woodward is set to leave at the end of the year, and club legend Sir Alex Ferguson’s role could change as a result.

Since retiring in 2013, Ferguson has acted as a club ambassador and director at Old Trafford, but it has been suggested that some at the club want him to have a larger role in light of Woodward’s departure.

The legendary manager wasn’t consulted before United put themselves in the hat for a new European Super League, with Woodward instead having a big say, even going so far as to leave his role with UEFA to take up a vice-chairman role with the new organisation.

Ferguson voiced his disapproval at the idea, and urged United not to get involved.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s role at Manchester United could change in light of Ed Woodward’s resignation, Sir Alex Ferguson’s role at Manchester United could change in light of Ed Woodward’s resignation.

Gary Neville hopes Man Utd and co. are ‘hit with £100m fine’ to leave Super League And just 48 hours after the launch of the Super League, all Premier League clubs involved had left and Woodward had announced his resignation.

The whirlwind last two days could end up have huge ramifications for Ferguson’s future at the club.

And The Athletic claims some want Ferguson to increase his role at the club in light of Woodward’s departure.

But Woodward’s departure throws a major spanner in the works, even though reports suggest he was already planning to leave at the end of the year anyway.

Woodward had earned nearly £21million during his time as the club’s executive vice-chairman.

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Fabregas reveals why he doesn’t want Chelsea to sign ‘complete midfielder’




Former Chelsea midfielder has revealed why doesn’t want Chelsea to sign ‘complete midfielder’.

The Former Blues midfielder has hailed Aurelien Tchouameni as a complete midfielder, however he doesn’t want his former club to make a move for his Monaco teammate.

The 21-year-old joined Monaco from Bordeaux in a £16 million deal a year ago and has emerged as a top player despite his young age.

Tchouameni is regarded as one of the brightest young midfield talents in Ligue 1 and has attracted interest from several clubs across Europe, with Chelsea also believed to be watching the young midfielder.

Fabregas has formed a good partnership with Tchouameni and doesn’t want him to leave Monaco.

He said via a tweet: “He (Tchouameni) has the potential to be the complete midfielder.

“Modern midfield player, but we need him still… sorry!”

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One match to go if eduardo mendy will have the golden gloves



Chelsea goalkeeper Eduardo Mendy was pivotal in the win against Real Madrid during yesterday’s Champions League clash as he blocked powerful shots from the likes of Hazard and Benzema.

He ensured that the Spanish side went home without a single goal as Chelsea beat them 2-0.

Mendy and Emerson will face each other in the UCL finals on the 29th of May when their teams, Chelsea and Manchester City, will be in action. If Mendy keeps another clean sheet, his count will be 9 and he will be crowned the winner of the Champions League Golden Gloves.

Meanwhile, If Chelsea fails to keep a clean sheet during the match and Manchester City does, the two goalkeepers will tie at 8 clean sheets and they have to share the golden gloves.

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Aguero penalty confusion as analyzed by gallagher



Thomas Tuchel’s side came back stronger in the second half scoring through Hakim Ziyech before Marcos Alonso turned in Timo Werner’s low cross to secure a 2-1 win for the visitors at the Etihad Stadium.

Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola was angered by referee Anthony Taylor decision to waved away the penalty claim after Zouma appeared to clip the back of Sterling’s leg inside Chelsea’s area.

“I think it’s a penalty, it’s clumsy, he doesn’t play the ball,” Gallagher told Premier League Productions when asked about the incident.

“It is a penalty in my view but I think it is so minimal contact that VAR looks at it, is it a clear obvious error?“He’ll say no, leave it with the on-field [decision]. Many, many times we’ve asked for the on-field referee to make the decision.

“I think in this case it’s left to the on-field [decision]. I feel he’s got it wrong. What I would say is he’s made a genuine decision and I can’t see VAR overturning it.“What you have to remember is he’s [the VAR official] there to say if it’s a clear and obvious error. I think not, in my view it’s a penalty, but it’s so subjective.“A lot of people look at that and say there’s not enough contact. Only a few weeks ago we were talking about how many penalties have been given that wouldn’t have been given in previous years because the tolerance level for contact has been brought down so low.

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