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Kevin De Bruyne disregard unbeaten season suggestion

Manchester City Midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has deliberately cease think that his side could go the entire season unbeaten. Pep Guardiola's side have made an incredible start to the new campaign, dropping just two points to sit five clear at the top of the Premier League after 10 games. The Citizens also

Lionel Messi unimpressed with Ernesto Valverde tactics

Barcelona star Lionel Messi is reportedly concerned about the team's style of play under head coach Ernesto Valverde. The 53-year-old boss, who has previously managed Valencia and Athletic Bilbao, took over at Camp Nou in the summer following Luis Enrique's departure. The Catalan giants have a four-point lead at the top of

Daniel Sturridge hopes to play “big part” in Liverpool’s Champions League campaign

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has claimed that he wants to be an influential figure in the remainder of the club's Champions League campaign. The England international has been ravaged by injury problems over the last few seasons, which has resulted in lengthy spells on the treatment table. Sturridge has dropped down the

Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane returns to training ahead of Real Madrid clash

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has provided the club with a boost by returning to training ahead of Wednesday's Champions League game against Real Madrid. The England international played no part in Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford due to a hamstring injury. After the final whistle, manager Mauricio

Warriors blow past Clippers, 141-113, by Curry’s 31 points

Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors had looked a tad vulnerable to start the new season. They had a 4-3 record and blew a 14-point second half lead at home to the Detroit Pistons on Sunday. One day later, the team played more like the defending champions, using a stifling defense to blow out the Los

Alvaro Morata clarifies comments by insisting he is “happy” at Chelsea

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has attempted to clarify suggestions that he regrets leaving Juventus. The Spain international was quoted by an Italian publication as saying that he would never have chosen to depart from Turin. The 25-year-old, who began his career at Atletico Madrid, won four trophies during a two-year spell with