Dream start at Celtic for Dembele

Dream start at Celtic for Dembele

From Paris to Glasgow via London, Celtic striker Moussa Dembele has packed a lot into his short footballing career.

Bennasser stepping up at Monaco

Bennasser stepping up at Monaco

Defenders aren't solely responsible for keeping the screws tight at the back, and Nancy know that better than anyone.

Etebo setting Olympic pace

Etebo setting Olympic pace

It had been 44 years since a player last scored four goals in an Olympic Football match, with West Germany’s Bernd Nickel the man responsible in a 7-0 win over USA in front of 65,000 in Munich.

Pep praise for Adarabioyo

Pep praise for Adarabioyo

Pep Guardiola believes Tosin Adarabioyo has the ability to be a first-team player for Manchester City this season.

Partey aims for Atleti breakthrough

 Partey aims for Atleti breakthrough

Thomas Partey is hoping to make his mark on the Atletico Madrid squad in 2016-17 and is looking to bring titles to the Vicente Calderon.

Egypt's new Pharaoh

Egypt's new Pharaoh

Ahead of Egypt's decisive CAF Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Tanzania in June, much of the headlines were not about the Pharaohs' chances of qualifying for the finals in Gabon, but about a teenager who was not making the trip to Dar Es Salaam.

Bailly promise could be fulfilled at United

Bailly promise could be fulfilled at United

Manchester United are set to complete a deal for Eric Bailly, Villarreal’s talented centre-back with new manager Jose Mourinho having identified the 22-year-old as a key transfer target in his overhaul of the playing squad at Old Trafford.

Dembele is Europe's hottest property

Dembele is Europe's hottest property
Ousmane Dembélé may be the most coveted 18‑year‑old in world football but, if Barcelona, Bayern Munich or Manchester City are serious about prising him away from Rennes this summer, then there is one person they must convince: his mother Fatimata.

Nothing fazes Adarabioyo

Nothing fazes Adarabioyo
"He looks like nothing fazes him," said Danny Murphy at half-time as Chelsea were being held by Manchester City's youngsters in the fifh round of the FA Cup.

The making of Miya

The making of Miya
Turning 18 is a milestone in life. The legal age in most countries, it marks the end of adolescence and the start of one’s adult life, when maturity and responsibility come hand in hand.

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