Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin has reportedly put an end to the speculation regarding his future. The Spain international has regularly been associated with a return to Barcelona but he has now refuted the speculation by citing that he has no plans of leaving the Gunners, who have made the footballer he is today.
He said:“I get asked about my future all the time and it’s crazy. A few years ago I signed a very long-term contract at this club and I have never said I want to play anywhere else because I’m very happy in London and playing for Arsenal.This club has made me who I am and the club who has given me the chance to be the footballer who I am today.I don’t want to be anywhere else.”
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Ukraine National Police have been conducting raids on football clubs in eleven regions as they carry out investigations into football match fixing, reports claim. The searches happened on the 26th of June as the economic crime arm of the National Police raided match organizers, former and current football players and other unit officials involved.
About a month ago, the Interior Minister of Ukraine Arsen Avakov revealed that the police had setup an operation to look into organized crimes related to football. Of the 52 pro football sides, the police found about 70 per cent culpable.
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The recent flood and mudslide disaster which occurred in Sierra Leone has left many persons homeless and without basic amenities. It has also left the rest of the world shocked and touched by the level of disaster that happened in the country.
Sierra Leone international, Khalifa Jabbie was not left out as the news of the disaster has been saddening to him. The shocking disaster is said to have claimed no less than 400 people. Authorities are saying that many more could still be trapped under the mud. Continue reading “KHALIFA JABBIE DONATES TO MUDSLIDE VICTIMS”