Wenger hopes for peaceful last showdown with Mourinho
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'I respect Mourinho' insists Wenger ahead of final Premier League clash as Arsenal manager with his bitter rival.
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Kim stressed the need to secure "overwhelming military power" to defend Pyongyang's sovereignty, according to state media. His remarks came after North Korea tested yet another missile, after a year of record launches.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta enjoys the perfect afternoon as his side completed the first half of their Premier League campaign by reaching 50 points with a 3-2 win over Manchester United.
Ayomide Sotubo talks about why Frank Lampard deserves a sack by Everton and previews the Man City vs Arsenal, Napoli vs Roma, Girona vs Barcelona, and Real Madrid vs Real Sociedad.
The Nutmeg host Ayomide Sotubo and Jeremiah Omoniyi take a look at José Mourinho's move to Chelsea FC in England and more.
Napoli star Victor Osimhen says he's working hard to achieve his 'dream' of playing in the Premier League.
Lea Schüller has long been prolific without ever quite hitting the heights of others. But her winner against Arsenal gives Bayern Munich a clear path to the Champions League semifinal, though Schüller may be out.
Chelsea have sacked manager Graham Potter, the London club said on Sunday after a string of poor results left the team 11th in the Premier League.
Todd Boehly is a joke and we might have another Ole Gunnar Solksjaer situation to deal with. There's a lot of weekend action to predict for you and we'll do just that in this episode. Ayomide Sotubo discusses today on The Nutmeg.
Ayomide Sotubo and Hurrikane Andrew on The Nutmeg today talk about: - Fatai Osho's dramatic U-turn on Rivers United - EPL Title Race: 8 games to go, nine for City. Who wins the race?
The title race comes down to Manchester City entertaining Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium and it promises to be electric and dramatic. Here, we preview the game for you. Ayomide Sotubo speaks on the Nutmeg.
The French media outlet, Entreprendre has reported that the owner of Africa's largest industrial conglomerate Dangote Plc i.e. Aliko Dangote is getting ready to acquire 60% of the French Second division side Valenciennes. Ayomide Sotubo and adeyemi Adesanya on The Nutmeg this week.
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