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Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay has signed a new and improved deal until 2025, with the option of a further a year.
Professional Footballers’ Association equalities officer Iffy Onuora hopes the offensive banner flown over the Etihad Stadium on Monday night will act as a catalyst for further conversations about the Black Lives Matter movement.
Today’s rumours, gossip and social media round-up from around the web
Burnley spoke of their sadness and shame after the flying of an offensive banner during their 5-0 thrashing at Manchester City.
Northampton manager Keith Curle saw his side book their place in the League Two play-off final at Wembley with a 3-0 victory at Cheltenham and then admitted that he needed promotion for his own CV.
Burnley captain Ben Mee admitted he was ashamed after an offensive banner was flown over the Etihad Stadium during the team’s 5-0 thrashing by Manchester City on Monday evening.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala were on target as league leaders Juventus resumed their pursuit of the Serie A title with a 2-0 win over Bologna.
Brendan Rodgers has told his players to write their own slice of Leicester history.
Dean Smith wants more protection for Jack Grealish after the Aston Villa skipper set a new Premier League record.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho says Harry Kane should be renamed ‘Hero Kane’.
Northampton overcame a two-goal first-leg deficit to claim their place in the League Two play-off final following a 3-0 win at Cheltenham.
Burnley were embarrassed on and off the pitch as an offensive banner was flown above the Etihad Stadium in the early stages of a 5-0 trouncing by Manchester City.
Burnley have forcefully condemned a ‘White Lives Matter’ stunt carried out during the team’s game at Manchester City, describing the fly-past of a banner bearing the slogan as “offensive” and at odds with the club’s values.
Matt Ritchie has vowed to carry on ranting even if his Newcastle team-mates keep telling him to shut up.