Mbappé snubbed Real Madrid – What next for the La Liga Champions?

Mbappé snubbed Real Madrid – What next for the La Liga Champions?

Real Madrid have been left red-faced after the latest turn of events. Against all odds, Kylian Mbappe opted to stay at PSG, despite a reported verbal agreement to join the La Liga champions. For sites that offer soccer betting in Spain, odds were already locked on for the Frenchman to complete a sensational move. However, it all followed a different script.

At the dying minute, Mbappe made a U-turn on his childhood dream and decided to stick around in Paris. The 23-year-old signed a three-year deal that will keep him at the club until 2025. It leaves Real Madrid with major disappointment, given that they had channeled all their resources towards signing Mbappe.

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Will PUMA Make More In-Roads With Premier League

Will PUMA Make More In-Roads With Premier League

PUMA and soccer have gone hand in (goalie) glove for decades. Go to any amateur match, and you’ll see plenty players sporting their KING range. Originally released in 1970, and given instant icon status by Pelé wearing them in that year’s FIFA World Cup Finals in Mexico, the KING has adorned the feet of arguably the top three to ever play the game – the aforementioned Edson Arantes do Nascimento, Diego Maradona and Johan Cruyff.

As a global brand, PUMA have footholds in many leagues. They pulled a massive coup in signing Brazil and Paris St Germain star Neymar Jr to wear his own signature KING Platinum. Would it make sense for them to target the English Premier League for new ambassadors?

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Palestine Confident of Success

The qualification campaign for the World Cup 2022 recently kicked off and Palestine have been able to take part in the qualification group as one of the members of the West Asian Football Federation Championship. The team was able to finish 2nd to Iraq, as they picked up victories over Yemen and Syria.

The loss for Palestine came against Iraq while they drew against Lebanon. Palestine coach Noureddine Ould Ali said that the team had a positive performance and he is hoping for better things to come in the near future.

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Sky Bet Bookmaker Sign Up Offers

All the major online bookmakers offer welcome bonuses and free bets and the Sky Bet Bookmaker Sign Up Offers compare favourably with the opposition. The bonuses and free bets range from £10 to £200 but the Sky Bet Bookmaker Sign up Offers features a new customer offer whereby the first bet for £10 results in £40 in the form of a free bet. The value of the free bet is about average for the industry. However, the terms and conditions are transparent and achievable.

The Gambling Commission have had a clampdown on misleading and unfeasible promotions, but the Sky Bet Bookmaker Sign Up Offers are compliant. Other operators have fallen foul of more stringent rules, but no bookmaker should be complacent. The anti-gambling lobby is quite vocal and influential, and a potential target is Sky Bet Bookmaker Sign Up Offers. However, Sky Bet are fair and don’t mislead new and existing customers with their concessions.

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Signings at West Ham, Fan Furore at QPR

Mexican football star Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez has joined Premier League side West Ham United. The former Manchester United star preferred a return to “the best league in the world” ahead of options in Spain and Italy. The player moves to the London stadium in a £16 million move.

Chicharito has two weeks to prepare ahead of the new season compared to his previous moves to Real Madrid (on loan) and Bayer Leverkusen on deadline day. He is happy that this transfer was “more calm and easy” compared to previous transfers and he hopes to help the club achieve their aim.

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The United States women’s football team is very used to losing at the Olympics. The team last suffered a defeat to Norway in the Sydney games in year 2000. On Friday, they lost another memorable one as Sweden sent them crashing out of the tournament.

Sweden took the lead in the game played in the country’s capital Brasilia. Stina Blackstenius opened the scoring in the second half, just after the hour mark. Thirteen minutes out of regular time, Alex Morgan equalized for the United States. Both teams try to get the goal that would separate them but they couldn’t. After a short break, the 30 minutes extra time went underway, yet the sides could not be split.



Former Gunners centre forward, currently at Turkish giants, Galatasaray FC, helped them move past their fierce Istanbul rivals Fenerbahce.

The striker swooped at the back post to score what proved to be the crucial goal of an intense clash, and the side stood firm to take the trophy. The solitary goal was enough to send their rivals on their way to a 1-0 Turkiye Kupasi final victory.


Leicester title charge gains momentum

Leicester City supporters can perhaps be forgiven for finally starting to believe that their side can pull off one of the biggest shocks in English football history, after their latest victory over Newcastle United left them five points clear at the top of the table, with just eight games remaining.

Claudio Ranieri’s men have taken the division by storm this campaign, and despite writing off their chances for much of the season, will be looking at their run in with a sense of optimism.

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Spurs are aware that their manager is a subject of interest among the big English clubs at the moment and thus, they are thinking of putting an extension offer in front of him in the coming weeks.

Mauricio Pocchetino

Tottenham has played like an absolute champion of a side under their Argentinean manager in the ongoing season and they are within touching distance to the top spot of the points table.