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Relive this thumping of Manchester United from 2019.
“Why should I not want Beşiktaş in the future? Beşiktaş is my home. I am proud of my people. I would like to return to my home. Everybody knows my name [in England] but I have to score more goals. The Premier League means a lot to me,” says Cenk Tosun. [HITC via TRT Spor]
“Hopefully it’s just a transition season and he [Moise Kean] will recover. Otherwise he runs the risk of getting lost, as has happened to many other kids. From an early age, he was used to being considered the phenomenon, and therefore he could afford to do anything. For me, he could play in any team but he must put his mind and commitment into it. He has always had a somewhat exuberant character,” says Moise Kean’s former youth coach Renato Biasi. [TBR via Europa Calcio]
Glad to hear it, Ronald!
Meanwhile I feel fit as a fiddle again.— Ronald Koeman (@RonaldKoeman) May 7, 2020
And that means that I will be back giving it my all, as soon as the ball starts rolling again.
Once again: Thank you to everyone who supported me.
We'll meet again soon!
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What To Watch
Some K League 1 and Belarusian Premier League action in store.
Full schedule of games here.