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Former Liverpool owner David Moores dies aged 76

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Former Liverpool owner David Moores dies aged 76

The former Liverpool owner and proprietor David Moores has kicked the bucket at 76 years old on Friday.

Moores was the club proprietor for a long time somewhere in the range of 1991 and 2007 preceding offering his stake to Tom Hicks and George Gillett. From that point forward, he was made Liverpool’s honorary life president.

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During his time at the club, Liverpool won 10 significant trophies, including the Champions League for the 2004/05 season. However, the Reds never won the Premier League during his time.

Liverpool have previously responded to the passing of the club’s previous proprietor.

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“He eventually left the boardroom in 2007 but, as a lifelong fan, his passion and support for the club remained throughout the rest of his life,” the statement on their official website reads.

“David returned to Anfield for the first time in a decade to watch Jürgen Klopp’s side beat Everton 5-2 in December 2019.

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“The thoughts of everyone at Liverpool FC are with David’s family and friends at this difficult time.”

Source: Liverpool FC

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Report: Converse between Man Utd and Adrien Rabiot slow down

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Report: Converse between Man Utd and Adrien Rabiot slow down

Adrien Rabiot’s move to Man United is at risk, according to several sources.

Fabrizio Romano claims that United still find Rabiot’s salary demands too high, so an agreement on personal terms can’t be reached.

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Gianluca Di Marzio adds that the negotiations have slowed down with the Juventus player.

Besides, Rabiot remains unconvinced about Manchester United as his destination this season as they won’t play in the Champions League.

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Earlier reports claimed that Rabiot’s representatives have reached an agreement over the personal terms with Man United – but such claims appear to be wide of the mark now.

Source: Fabrizio Romano | Gianluca Di Marzio

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Chelsea’s Reece James shows off amazing chest tattoo

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Chelsea's Reece James shows off amazing chest tattoo

Reece James has uncovered new chest tattoo as he flaunted his physique in a topless posture.

The Chelsea star, 22, was in excellent condition on Sunday as he scored in the trending 2-2 draw with Tottenham.

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James is as of now viewed as one of the Blues’ best players.

Furthermore, it’s figured new owner Todd Boehly is drawing up plans for a worthwhile new arrangement to ward off interest from Manchester City and Real Madrid.

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James pleased fans at Stamford Bridge two days prior with a sumptuous effort to give Chelsea a 2-1 lead.

And in a new Instagram post on Tuesday, James revealed he is “hungrier than ever” to bring success to his club.

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James posed shirtless for the snap, with gym equipment in the background.

The photo provided an opportunity for James to show off his new chest tattoo.

A crucifix with wings was the design he opted for.

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And James picked up a number of compliments from his legion of adoring fans.

One said: “It’s looking good brev.”

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Another joked: “Man’s gonna eat wingers for breakfast now.”

One added: “Looking good bro.”
James post comes after he revealed his ambitions for Chelsea this season.

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The ace said: “Without a doubt our aim is to win every competition, every match we go to and I believe we have everything it takes to go all the way this season and walk away with some trophies at the end.

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N’Golo Kante ‘could be out for a month’ after picking up a hamstring injury

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N'Golo Kante 'could be out for a MONTH' after picking up a hamstring injury

Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante could face ‘a month out injured’ after picking up a hamstring problem.

The World Cup-winning Frenchman played 84 minutes against Tottenham on Sunday before being forced off with the injury.

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In his absence, the Blues conceded an injury-time goal from Harry Kane to draw the game 2-2.

According to reports in the Telegraph, Kante is expected to miss at least three to four weeks with the injury, but more will be known once he received the results of an MRI scan.

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The Stanford Bridge faithful will be hoping he will be back for their clash with Liverpool on September 18.

Speaking after the Tottenham game, Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel said of the midfielder: “It seems another muscle injury, the hamstring. He said he feels it pretty strong. So no good news.”

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