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Manchester United claim a ‘thorough process’  undertaken to appoint a new manager



Manchester United football director John Murtough says a “thorough process” is beginning to choose the club’s next permanent manager.

And that the club is committed to competing for “top honours” once more.

Despite the return of superstar striker Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford, United has faced another challenging season, according to the club’s latest financial numbers released on Tuesday.

Domestically, the most the English giants can hope for is a top-four finish, but they only achieved a draw against lowly Watford on Saturday and are only two points ahead of West Ham and Arsenal – the Gunners also have three games in hand.


United’s next schedule includes games against title contenders Manchester City and Liverpool, as well as the second leg of their Champions League tie with Atletico Madrid, which is now tied at 1-1.

The team, which has not won a trophy since 2017, has been led by interim manager Ralf Rangnick since December, when the German took over for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following a terrible start to the season.

Murtough was encouraged by the “better results” as they seek Champions League qualifying.

“We understand that consistency is critical as we aim for a top-four finish this season,” he added.


“However, I want to emphasize that this is not Manchester United’s ultimate goal, and everyone at the club is focused on competing for the top titles.”


“We are now undergoing a comprehensive process to recruit a new permanent manager who will take over this summer, with the goal of getting us back to competing for those domestic and European crowns.”

Mauricio Pochettino of PSG and Erik ten Hag of Ajax are among the frontrunners to follow Solskjaer on a permanent basis.

Richard Arnold mirrored Murtough’s comments as the CEO spoke publicly for the first time since taking over on February 1 following the departure of executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.

“We have a clear vision, and we’re implementing a winning plan with an empowered leadership team to move it forward,” he added.

“Through a world-class football environment, we will create an excellence culture while increasing the role of supporters at the core of the club.”


The club paid £10 million ($13.4 million) in “extraordinary items” in the second quarter of fiscal 2022, which ended December 31, including pay to former manager Solskjaer and some members of the coaching staff.

The numbers reveal a £5.4 million operational profit for the quarter, with total revenue of £185.4 million — a 7.3 percent increase over the same period last year, with fans returning to stadiums following the coronavirus closure.

United’s net debt has climbed by 8.6 percent to £494.8 million, while salaries have increased by 19.6 percent to £97.7 million “owing to investment in the first team playing squad.”

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Michail Antonio talks of Mohamed Salah: ‘I know for a fact that he was ready to go.’



Michail Antonio talks of Mohamed Salah

Michail Antonio, a West Ham player, stated “I know for a fact that [Mohamed Salah] was ready to go.”

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Mohamed Salah was the subject of a £150 million offer from Al Ittihad during the summer transfer window, but it was turned down on the basis that Jurgen Klopp already had plans for the player.


Many people questioned if Mohamed Salah would chose to break his contract with Liverpool in the early stages of the offer.

He was bound by a contract to remain in the club’s employ for two more years.

He was being charged significantly more than what the European market would have valued him at, especially given his advanced age.

Many were aware of how difficult the position was: either sell the potential to win the Premier League Cup for $150 million or hope the possibility to win the championship paid off.


In those days, rumors began to spread that Liverpool’s upper management was seriously enticed by the offer and had warned coach Klopp, who was utterly defenseless, that the player might need to be sold.

Given the money the Arabians have put on the table and the youngster’s age, respected Liverpool ex-player Jamie Carragher even predicted that the player would probably be sold.

He made the claim that the club would not turn down £200 million, but considering what ultimately transpired, this forecast would have also been incorrect.

Al Ittihad delayed their search after realizing how difficult it was for the group to part with the Moslem star.

According to rumors, the team will make a comeback during the January transfer window, and Liverpool might be more amenable to selling Salah at that time.

Salah’s selling provided Ansfield the money to hire more talent.

[Mohamed Salah] didn’t turn [the offer] down, no way,’ says Michail Antonio. ‘He was locked up and the Reds had put that red arrow across: ‘You are not going anywhere’.

He did not stop that at all. To be fair to him, he didn’t kick up a fuss and let them do what they were doing. But I know for a fact that he was ready to go.’

On went Antonio later: ‘What else can he do at Liverpool? He’s done it. It’s [Saudi] a great opportunity for him, he is a Muslim man and it had everything screaming out for him.

There was no actual negative for the man to not go. I understand he has a contract, which he has fulfilled.

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So he wins another [Premier League title], do you know what that just means? He has won another. It doesn’t add much to anything else.

He has done everything he could possibly do at Liverpool.

I am saying to you right now, a Muslim man going to a Muslim country, £215m to Liverpool for a 31-year-old – I just find it completely crazy they’ve not accepted that.

My question to you is this: what do you think Liverpool are playing for this year? Even if you couldn’t replace the man, let’s call this season a write-off

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s free kick knocks down cameraman at 3-1 win over Al Raed



Ronaldo knocked Out Cameraman

Cristiano Ronaldo knocked down a Cameroonian cameraman with his most recent free kick. Al Nassr.

Christiano Ronaldo added a free kick that many would either label comical or hazardous to his litany of missed opportunities.

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According to reports, the ball Christiano Ronaldo intended for the net found its way to the shocked cameraman’s face, causing him to fall to the ground on the field. It is unknown if the unfortunate event caused any harm.

The best player to ever compete in the Saudi Pro League, Ronaldo is a pillar of strength for his team. Despite losing their first two games, the squad is doing well and has a decent chance of finishing the season strongly.

Christiano Ronaldo gained a significant amount of points for the club in several categories, along with other players added to improve the team’s prospects of winning the championship.

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He pushed down an unaware cameraman during the match with Al Raed, but the game did not end before he scored one more goal, bringing his total to 13 to his tally.

Although the Portuguese star originally said he planned to play professional football until he was 40, his performance today indicates the waning days of youth.

As things are in the Saudi Pro League, this wish may not be fulfilled there because the only reason he might be kept at Al Nassr is for his previous success.

The sky is the limit for what he might accomplish at the Saudi Arabian club now that he has forged a deadly alliance with Sadio Mane, a former player for Bayern Munich whose edge is no longer as sharp as it once was.

Together with Talisca’s goal, both players scored during the game to defeat Al Raed 3-1.

It continues to be puzzling why Christiano Ronaldo is consistently left off the list of European athletes deserving of the current accolades.

Many contend that he does not fall short of Lionel Messi in any category that would justify his current exclusions.

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‘We don’t care about Messi’: Atlanta United, before thrashing Inter Miami 5-2



Atlanta United Thrashed Inter Miami 5-2

In a recent game against rivals Atlanta United, Inter Miami suffered a 5-2 defeat due to unfavorable weather. This came after Atlanta United made unclear statements, such as “We don’t care about Messi.”

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For the Florida-based team, which has just begun to appear in hundreds of headlines throughout the world, this defeat was unexpected.

They credit their recent fame to Lionel Messi, one of the modern GOATs, joining their previously unknown team.

The club had been making little headway in recent years as it climbed the difficult, steep mountain on the chart board.

Many questioned whether Messi would wave a magic wand and improve the small team’s standings after his move to the North American club.

He performed magic, but he did so by using his legs and his presence on the world stage.

What could be more motivating for a team than having a veteran player who was both a GOAT and an authority on how to run a successful squad?

However, in the game that is the focus of our discussion, problems associated with this imported reputation and power were brought to light as the opposing team attempted to boost their morale by not being afraid of Messi and Inter Miami appeared to lose theirs in the absence of their Argentine wildcard.

In addition to the four goals they already had, Atlanta United also added a fifth goal that they directly received from an Inter Miami player’s own goal. Messi’s team had no other word to use to characterize the game except “messy.”

Many have suggested that the mess developed as a result of the GOAT’s absence from the game.

The coach decided to rest the star, who had just returned on his national duty errand.

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Most athletes are aware of the negative effects long trips may have on their bodies, particularly when there are important competitions in between.

Inter Miami is currently in second place in the MLS standings for the competition, but with the return of their champion, they could quickly move up to first. Atlanta United, who is in sixth place, is far behind.

We don’t care about Messi. We care about us. We want to be in the play-offs.

– Atlanta United

Following Lionel Messi’s decision to eat a certain pizza they thought was odd, Atlanta United continued to make fun of him after the game.


It is obvious that watching Lionel Messi play has changed the majority of the games between his team and opposing clubs.

Since more people attend games than only to watch Inter Miami players perform, it has an impact on teams like Atlanta United, who will likely face Messi on the field one day.

They should ideally not be concerned with the outcome of the match.


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