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Three become one as Man City steam into 2022

In eight of the last 12 seasons, the team at the summit at the turn of the year proved uncatchable.
By Reuters Jan. 1, 2022
"Is there ever a tournament more disrespected than the Africa Cup of Nations?" Wright said in a video posted on social media.
By Reuters Jan. 1, 2022
Thomas Tuchel says comments by striker Romelu Lukaku claiming dissatisfaction at the club are unhelpful.
By Reuters Dec. 31, 2021
Gomis was named in Guinea Bissau’s 24-man squad for the tournament in Cameroon, where brother Alfred will also be participating – but for Senegal.
By Reuters Jan. 2, 2022
Lukaku, who joined Chelsea from Italian champions Inter Milan in August, told Sky Italy that he was unhappy.
By Reuters Jan. 2, 2022
An improved Gunners played with 10 men for over half an hour following defender Gabriel’s red card.
By Reuters Jan. 2, 2022
Lukaku has netted seven times in 18 games across all competitions this season
By Reuters Jan. 2, 2022
To be a supporter of the Ghanaian football team over the last four decades is to be familiar with sorrow and acquainted with grief.
By Agencies Jan. 3, 2022
The Red Devils' unbeaten run is eight matches across all tournaments.
By Reuters Jan. 3, 2022
Arsenal took the lead through Bukayo Saka and the visitors equalised with a penalty when Granit Xhaka was adjudged to have fouled City’s Silva.
By Reuters Jan. 3, 2022
The host nation is facing security threats as AFCON kick off approaches.
By Reuters Jan. 4, 2022
Senegal said Watford had provided “spurious” reasons for denying Sarr permission to travel.
By Reuters Jan. 4, 2022