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Guardiola dismisses FA Cup final loss as fuel for Man City’s fire

Manchester City fell 2-1 to Manchester United in the FA Cup final, but Pep Guardiola won't seek revenge next season. Guardiola won't dwell on Manchester City's defeat to Manchester United in the FA Cup final. City's dream of clinching the FA Cup title and achieving a double for the 2023-24 season ended in Wembley. United emerged victorious with goals from Alejandro Garnacho and Kobbie Mainoo, stunning City, who had a comfortable lead of 31 points over the Red Devils in the Premier League. Despite Jeremy Doku's late goal,…

Luis Enrique, PSG Manager, Nonchalantly Dismisses Barcelona Rumors

Xavi faces pressures at Barcelona, but Luis Enrique dismisses rumors of his possible return to the Blaugrana squad. The Paris Saint-Germain manager is focused on Ligue 1, leaving the speculation regarding Xavi to the side. While there were reports suggesting a potential move to replace Xavi with Luis Enrique, the coach himself is not interested in such conjectures. He is more concerned about what's happening in France and the competitiveness of the players there. Kylian Mbappe, set to depart at the end of the season, sat…

Guardiola dismisses Rodri’s Player of the Season snub as Man City prepare for Fulham showdown

Rodri remains undefeated in his last 47 Premier League matches but hasn't received any individual accolades. While Pep Guardiola believes he was snubbed for Player of the Season, he expects Rodri to focus on the title race instead. Recently, Rodri was left off the Player of the Season shortlist despite his crucial role in Manchester City's hunt for a fourth consecutive league title. Guardiola expressed his unwavering support for Rodri ahead of a pivotal match against Fulham. Despite not making the shortlist, Rodri's impact…

Klopp dismisses Salah transfer rumors as a ‘non-issue’, confident forward will stay

Mohamed Salah's status at Liverpool has sparked discussions after a public spat with Jurgen Klopp. It appears resolved. Klopp and Salah clashed during Liverpool's match against West Ham, but Klopp believes Salah won't leave. The matter seems settled. Klopp declared that the situation has been sorted out. He assured, "Everything is fine between us. We respect one another." Despite speculations, Salah's future at Liverpool seems stable. He is valued for his skills, and Klopp doesn't anticipate any issues. Salah's contract…

the opposition dismisses the appointments within the committee

In the Central African Republic, we now know of the composition of the organizing committee responsible for preparing the Republican dialogue that President Touadéra promised the day after his re-election. as reported from Bangui, Carol ValadeAlready at the announcement of the quotas, the opposition had condemned an unbalanced…

President Kaïs Saïed dismisses the Prime Minister

Tunisian President Kaïs Saïed announced on Sunday night that he was stepping down from parliament and dismissing Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi from office after a day of demonstrations against Tunisian leaders. as reported from Tunis, Lilia blaiseHorns on the streets and Tunisians come out in complete curfew to celebrate or…

Somalia: Prime Minister Roble dismisses Farmajo’s right-hand man to claim management

Somalia: Prime Minister Roble dismisses Farmajo's right-hand man to assert control MOGADISHU, Somalia - The sudden announcement by the Prime Minister's Office on Friday to sack the chief of staff of Somalia's controversial spy service, the National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA), caused seismic waves across the political spectrum and caught initiates by surprise. Officially Chief of…

African Court of Human Rights dismisses

The African Court of Human Rights rejected the claims of the former Minister of Economy and the Benin opponent Komi Koutché. In 2020, the man won his case on the international arrest warrants issued by Spain and Interpol against him, at the request of Benin. He accused the International Court of Justice of questioning Benin's conviction of 20 years in prison for embezzlement of public funds by 2020, in…

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