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Uganda Ends 38 Years Of Hurt To Qualify For AFCON

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“ 38 years of hurt, never stopped me dreaming.”So goes the classic English football anthem Three Lions , released to coincide with the 1996 European Championships, lamenting the dearth of a national trophy since 1966 (an absence that has continued for 20 years since the song’s release). Check also: Uganda Cranes qualifies for AFCON After 38 Years of Waiting English fans should count themselves lucky, ...

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Serena Williams Breaks Record For Career Victory In Grand Slam Tournament

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Top-seeded Serena Williams continued her dominance through the first week of the U.S. Open and added a piece of history to her name by eliminating Sweden’s Johanna Larsson 6-2, 6-1 in her third-round match at New York on Saturday. Check also: Serena Williams Builds Special Needs Schools In Uganda, Kenya, Zimbabwe & Jamaica Fourth-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland and fifth-seeded Simona Halep of Romania also won third-round matches, but ...

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Bale demands for 17million euros a year before he signs his new contract

Gareth Bale demands for new salary at Real Madrid

Real Madrid and Gareth Bale are negotiating a contract extension but this could a tough process for Real Madrid. Check also: Manchester united Table £35M bid for Sergio Ramos Real Madrid’s defender The Welsh attacker has cemented his status within the club after last season and wants to earn around €17 million/year, according to El Chiringuito’s Eduardo Inda. Real Madrid ...

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Arsenal To Sign Lucas Perez And Valencia Defender Mustafi


Arsenal has agreed to deals to sign Deportivo striker Lucas Perez and Valencia defender Shkodran Mustafi and expects both players to undergo a medical Friday Check also: Arsenal: Ozil And Sanchez To Renew Contract Gunners officials have been working throughout the summer in a bid to strengthen an injury-ravaged defense and limited forward line and an agreement has finally been ...

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