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Trigger-happy Palermo president Zamparini resigns
Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini will stand down from his role at the Serie A strugglers after 15 years. Having sacked countless head coaches – including no less than 10 changes in the past year – Zamparini has walked away, effective immediately, with Palermo to announce a replacement within 15 days amid a potential takeover, it […]

Donnarumma is better than me – Zoff
Legendary goalkeeper Dino Zoff believes teenage sensation Gianluigi Donnarumma is better than him, hailing the AC Milan star's '0extraordinary' talent. Donnarumma only celebrated his th birthday on Saturday but he has already cemented himself as Milan's undisputed number one keeper since debuting in October 05. The two-time Italy international, who has featured in all 6 ['30]

Roar! United star Ibrahimovic says he´s a lion
Never one to shy away from self-descriptions, Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic said he is a lion as he continues to defy his age and critics in the Premier League. Legend, king, god, Indiana Jones – those are just some of the ways Ibrahimovic has described himself throughout his illustrious football career. The 35-year-old star has […]

Moore to replace Ayre as Liverpool CEO
Peter Moore will replace Ian Ayre as Liverpool CEO, the Premier League side announced on Monday. Liverpool confirmed last March that Ayre will vacate his role at the end of his contract, which expires in May. And Liverpool have turned to Moore, who is currently chief competition officer at Electric Arts (EA). The 61-year-old will […]

Henderson doubtful for Liverpool´s crunch clash with Arsenal
Liverpool are set to be without captain Jordan Henderson for next weekend's crunch Premier League clash against Arsenal. Jurgen Klopp's men missed out on the chance to move back into the top four at the Gunners' expense when they slumped once again versus relegation strugglers ' losing 3- at managerless Leicester City. England midfielder Henderson ['30]

Leicester had fire in their bellies – Shakespeare pleased to ink first win
Interim manager Craig Shakespeare sensed things would be different for Leicester City before a ball was kicked in their 3- Premier League win over Liverpool. Four days on from Claudio Ranieri's sacking, Jamie Vardy hit a brace either side of Danny Drinkwater's brilliant long-range strike to lift the ailing champions out of the relegation zone. ['30]