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Paul Pogba - Graeme Souness - Jack Grealish - Graeme Souness 'to quit Sky Sports pundit role as Liverpool great set to retire' - dailystar.co.uk - Manchester
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Graeme Souness 'to quit Sky Sports pundit role as Liverpool great set to retire'
The Athletic report he is likely to walk away once his current contract expires.It's claimed Souness was "happy" to sign on for only 12 more months with a reduced, set number of appearances for this season.The 69-year-old, who is turning 70 next May, is now expected to take a step back from all his duties with Sky after the 2022/23 campaign has concluded.The former Reds and Rangers midfielder has been a regular on Sky Sports since first joining in 2006 following the conclusion of his 20-year managerial career, which had ended with a two-year stint at Newcastle United.He's also done punditry for Rangers TV and ITV during that time, as well as transitioning into radio work with talkSPORT this year.Souness has often cut a controversial figure in the football community having taken issue with the likes of ex-Manchester United star Paul Pogba and more recently Manchester City ace Jack Grealish.Grealish said last month "I don’t know what his problem is with me" after Souness highlighted his performances for Pep Guardiola's side.The pair appeared to bury the hatchet when Souness offered the olive branch of a night out with Grealish, to which he replied on Twitter: "Let’s do it!! As long as I can bring Pogba as a +1!"This is a breaking sports story and is being constantly updated with the latest news, pictures and videos. Please refresh the page regularly.You can also get email updates on the day’s biggest sports stories straight to your inbox by signing up for our sports newsletter .Get all the very best sports news, pictures, opinion and video by following Daily Star every time you see our name.
Paul Pogba - Didier Deschamps - Graham Potter - Lucas Digne - Les Bleus - France's chances of winning World Cup in Qatar take major blow after injury dilemma - dailystar.co.uk - France - Denmark - Qatar
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France's chances of winning World Cup in Qatar take major blow after injury dilemma
World Cup crown have taken a serious knock following news that yet another key player could miss the tournament through injury.Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante was expected to return to action this month but after exacerbating a hamstring problem last week he now looks set to miss out on Qatar altogether.This, coupled with Paul Pogba's absence due to a knee injury, means France will likely be without two of their most important players at the tournament, leaving manager Didier Deschamps with a major selection headache.READ MORE: Man Utd flop Paul Pogba copies old foe Jose Mourinho meme in latest Pepsi advertKante started every single game of France's triumphant 2018 World Cup campaign while Pogba started all but one - their dead-rubber final group game against Denmark.Chelsea manager Graham Potter revealed on Friday that Kante is due to see a specialist this weekend to determine the severity of his injury, though it's understood the club expects him to spend at least another two months on the sidelines.Pogba meanwhile has been out since September with a meniscus problem, and although he's expected to return before the World Cup starts his lack of match fitness will be an issue.Which player will France miss most - Kante or Pogba? Let us know what you reckon in the comments section below.Elsewhere, France are sweating on the availability of Lucas Hernandez, Lucas Digne and Presnel Kimpembe, who are fighting their way back to full fitness, though injuries aren't the only problem facing Les Bleus.The team are currently embroiled in a Kylian Mbappe-led revolt against the French FA over image rights with the PSG superstar demanding wholesale change to their agreement amid moral concerns over the team's commercial sponsors.READ
Paul Pogba - Juventus director Pavel Nedved cups woman's boobs as he parties with scantily clad trio - dailystar.co.uk - Italy
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Juventus director Pavel Nedved cups woman's boobs as he parties with scantily clad trio
Juventus director and club legend Pavel Nedved has been filmed intimately partying with three women during an evening do.The former Old Lady playmaker, who turns 50 this week, was seen dancing with a trio of girls, all of whom were wearing bras.Nedved is filmed grinding with all three - while his hands were on the chest of the girl in front.READ MORE: Chelsea 'ready to pay for Frenkie de Jong and Aubameyang' on Barcelona’s say-soThe cheeky cupping made the group laugh before another man enters the scene before the film cuts off.There has been an array of reactions to the footage, with many saying that they could not believe their eyes at seeing such a legendary player act in such a way.One wrote in relation to Paul Pogba’s current saga involving his brother: “Pogba: Pavel the media is all over me what can we do to distract them?” Someone added: “Knew there was a reason Nedved looked tired" with a picture of Nedved looking a little worse for wear.A third quipped: “If anything, I think I like Nedved more now…” While someone else said: “Don't see anything wrong with the Nedved video! A man enjoying his life, could also be early birthday celebrations since he turns 50 tomorrow!”Nedved currently works in the Juventus boardroom - after becoming one of their most iconic players, picking up 327 appearances during that time.He married Ivana Nedved in 1994, and the couple had two children together. But the pair split in 2019 after 25 years.
Cristiano Ronaldo - Jesse Lingard - Marcus Rashford - Harry Kane - Paul Pogba - David De-Gea - Jack Grealish - Harry Maguire - Bruno Fernandes - Premier League abuse study shows eight of 10 most targeted online are Man Utd players - dailystar.co.uk - Australia - Manchester - county Kane
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Premier League abuse study shows eight of 10 most targeted online are Man Utd players
Manchester United stars receive more online abuse than players from any other Premier League side.Cristiano Ronaldo and Harry Maguire are statistically the most abused players in the country, with Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes not far behind, according to a report by Ofcom and the Alan Turing Institute, which looked into social media activity during the first five months of the 2021/22 season.Tottenham's Harry Kane and Manchester City's Jack Grealish are the only two non-United stars to make the top 10 - with David De Gea, Paul Pogba, Fred and Jesse Lingard completing the list.READ MORE: Man Utd captain Harry Maguire loudly booed every time he touches ball in pre-season friendlyBetween August 13, 2021 and January 24, 2022, a whopping 12,520 abusive tweets were aimed at Ronaldo, while 8,954 were directed at Maguire - who was roundly booed every time he touched the ball during a pre-season friendly in Australia last month.Rashford, Fernandes and Kane, meanwhile, all received over 2,000 abusive messages online over the same period.Kevin Bakhurst, Ofcom's group director for broadcasting and online content, said: "These findings shed light on a dark side to the beautiful game. Online abuse has no place in sport, nor in wider society, and tackling it requires a team effort.Should more be done to stop footballers getting abused online? Let us know what you think in the comments section below."Social media firms needn't wait for new laws to make their sites and apps safer for users.
Paul Labile Pogba (French pronunciation born 15 March 1993) is a French professional footballer who plays for Premier League club Manchester United and the French national team. He operates primarily as a central midfielder, but can also be deployed as an attacking midfielder, defensive midfielder, and deep-lying playmaker.
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