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Manchester United In Talks With Pochettino

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Manchester United have ceased their pursuit of former Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino and removed him from their managerial shortlist, as the club remain undecided about Erik ten Hag’s future.

After a disappointing season in both the Premier League and the Champions League, Man United managed to end on a high note by winning the FA Cup, bolstering Ten Hag’s position.

Despite reports suggesting that Ten Hag would be dismissed regardless of the FA Cup result, he remains in a state of uncertainty while the club’s revamped hierarchy reviews the season.

Several high-profile managers, including Gareth Southgate, Roberto De Zerbi, Zinedine Zidane, Kieran McKenna, Thomas Tuchel, and Pochettino, have been considered as potential replacements for Ten Hag.

However, this list has been narrowing, with Pochettino being the most recent exclusion, according to The Times.

The report added that the 52-year-old, who recently parted ways with Chelsea by mutual consent, is now ‘out of the frame’ for the Old Trafford position.

Pochettino had been on INEOS’ initial shortlist and held discussions with United officials as part of the club’s annual review process

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Torino To Rival Inter Milan For Maduka Okoye

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Torino are interested in signing Super Eagles goalkeeper, Maduka Okoye.


Okoye has been previously linked with Serie A champions Inter Milan.

According to mondoudinese, Torino are preparing for the departure of Vanja Milinkovic- Savic, who is set to leave the club this summer.

The Turin club have identified Okoye as a suitable replacement.

The 24-year-old was one of the key performers for Udinese last season, helping the Zebras maintain their top-flight status.

The former Sparta Rotterdam goalie made 21 league appearances and kept five clean sheets.

He has three years remaining on his contract.

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Super Falcons Maintain 36th Position In Latest FIFA Ranking

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Nigeria’s Super Falcons retained 36th position in the latest FIFA women’s ranking released on Friday.

Randy Waldrum’s side also maintained top position in Africa.

Banyana Banyana of South Africa stayed in second position on the continent and are ranked 51st in the world.

The Atlas Lionesses of Morocco, who are the third highest ranked team in Africa sit in 56th position.

World champions La Roja of Spain consolidated on their position as the number one team in the world.

France’s Les Bleues moved to second spot with England dropping to third position.


Germany also leagfrogged United States of America into fourth spot.

The next FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Ranking will be published on 16 August 2024.

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Euro 2024″ Ronaldo Targets Semi Final Finish Woth Portugal

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Portugal captain, Cristiano Ronaldo, has set an ambitious target for his team ahead of the start of Euro 2024.

This is the sixth European Championship Ronaldo will be playing in and his desire to win is as strong as it was back in 2004.

The 39-year-old has a record number of international caps (207) and goals scored (130) and is expected to again be his country’s talisman.


Upon arrival in Marienfeld, Ronaldo stated his ambitions for the team.

“Semi-finals? I hope we can go further,” he stated.

“We must take it step by step, live in the moment, stay calm, and continue working hard. We know it’s a short competition, but the team is well-prepared.”

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