Paul Pogba Sends Out Own Anti-racism Formal Objection

The 26-year old France star "Paul Pogba" has decided to send out a personal and formal objection against racism, following the ongoing "ignorance" constituted at several football stadiums throughout Europe. The English club(Manchester United) midfielder, came off the bench during the club's 4-1 win against Newcastle on Thursday, which he wore a neural (black and white) wristbands during the warm-up. The wristbands displayed "No to racism'' and ''We are one'' on them which Paul Pogba asked his teammates to join him in wearing before the match. Furthermore, as the World cup winner, he then presented it to a young fan in the crowd. Pogba later posted an image of that moment on Instagram with a Martin Luther King quote - "Hate cannot drive

Soccar News:Leicester vs Liverpool players rated: T.Alexander-Arnold excels in Reds’ big win.

Leicester player ratings Kasper Schmeichel - 6 His distribution at times inconstant but he did little about Firmino's two close-range finishes. Also sent the wrong way for Milner's penalty ahead of Alexander-Arnold to blast a fourth past him. His saves good but almost seemed effortless denying Mane moments after the opener. Ricardo Pereira - 6 Too busy in defence to deal with A. Arnold's crosses but with Clever footwork in attack in the opening 15 minutes and during a brief phase on the front foot in the second half. Ricardo pereira too busy in defence with A Arnold Jonny Evans - 5 Too careless passing out to Wijnaldum early on for a salah chance. Also mis-controlled to allow Mane a shot at goal. Alisson - 8 Didn't face

Mourinho would loose his appointment with Spurs

"Mauricio Pochettino may possibly return to his job" says Levy Daniel. The Spurs manager proclaims that the decision taken to Pochettino was hard. The chairman also hints the Present coach about his time stays in the team and it is going to be a shirt live. Tottenham chairman, Daniel Levy, has broken silence on Mauricio Pochettino's sacking in September with a hint that the Argentine may possibly return to Spurs in the future. The Argentine was given a disgraceful marching order out of Tottenham Stadium in an astonishing circumstance that eased in the return of Jose Mourinho. Pochettino spent five years with the Premier League giants and led them to their first Champions League final against Liverpool in Spain last season. His sacking, however, generated ripples