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Brighton and Hove Albion has signed midfielder Adam Lallana on a free transfer from champion Liverpool, the Premier League club announced on Monday. The out-of-contract Lallana, who has won 34 England caps, found himself increasingly on the fringes at Anfield during its title run this season and was expected to leave the club. The 32-year-old joined Liverpool in 2014 after making his name with Southampton.
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Timo Werner says he hopes to lead Chelsea's new era and credits head coach Frank Lampard for bringing him to the club.
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Jamie Vardy won the Golden Boot by scoring the most amount of goals in the Premier League 2019-20 season despite the final day disappointment, while Ederson bagged the Golden Glove
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Juventus wins ninth Serie A title
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Finally the Board of Cricket Control of India (BCCI) has officially communicated with the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) on Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) in UAE. IPL Governing Council Chairman Brijesh Patel has confirmed that BCCI has sent acceptance letter to ECB on their proposal to host IPL 2020 in UAE. Patel, confirmed to Khaleej Times on Sunday that the Indian cricket board had sent the acceptance letter to Emirates Cricket Board. The ECB had sent the proposal to the BCCI in April. And now finally after endless speculations, Patel, confirmed on Sunday that the BCCI had accepted the proposal to host the IPL in the UAE.
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