‘I was clearly not happy’ – Blindsided Tuchel admits Super League distraction vs Brighton as Chelsea falter

The Blues were uninspiring on the pitch after being hounded by questions about the recently announced competition Thomas Tuchel has admitted the barrage of Super League questions he received leading up to Chelsea’s scoreless draw against Brighton left him “clearly not happy”. The Blues had signalled their intention to join […]

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‘Today’s verdict is one of justice’ – U.S. Soccer re-commits to social justice in wake of Chauvin conviction for Floyd killing

The American soccer federation says the work is just beginning for a country still suffering from last summer’s murder U.S. Soccer has hailed Tuesday’s conviction of former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin as “one of justice for George Floyd’s family”, as the federation reiterated its desire to continue the fight […]

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