Zidane shoots down Bale’s claim he was made a scapegoat and claims everyone at Real Madrid takes the blame

The Sun

ZINEDINE ZIDANE has shot down Gareth Bale’s claim he was made a scapegoat at Real Madrid. The Welshman stated on international duty last week that he bore the brunt of the crisis at the Spanish giants last season. But Zidane hit back at Bale, who has returned to the starting line-up under the Fre...

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Raheem Sterling wants to play for Real Madrid – but Man City are confident he’ll sign a new contract

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RAHEEM STERLING has ambitions to play for Real Madrid but he remains likely to commit his immediate future to Manchester City, according to reports. The in-form England winger is quickly cementing his reputation as one of the world’s best fo...

Eurozone economy slows amid trade decline and Brexit fears

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German private sector shrinks, contributing to wider manufacturing recession The eurozone economy came close to stalling in September after declines in global trade and the threat of a no-deal Brexit triggered the fastest fall in manufacturing out...

Five people wounded in shooting at Kansas City swingers club

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Man Utd boss Solskjaer second-favourite for the sack – but Everton’s Silva clear favourite after Sheff Utd defeat

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OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER is the second-favourite to be the next Premier League manager to be sacked. Only Everton boss Marco Silva is more likely to lose his job first, according to Ladbrokes. The bookmakers have Silva at 6-4 to win the unwanted Sack ...