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Man City escape punishment over Anti-Liverpool chant

May 16, 2019


Man City will NOT face any disciplinary action by the English FA, after its players were seen singing an anti-Liverpool chant, as they were celebrating their EPL title win. 

The FA says the players didn't break any rules. 

The chant reportedly referenced the Hillsborough disaster, Vincent Kompany injuring Mohamed Salah, as well as a Liverpool fan who was left in a coma after being brutally assaulted last season. 

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Liverpool have tabled a new contract offer to Divock Origi

The Belgian striker has attracted interest from several European clubs, after his goals helped the Reds beat Barcelona in the Champions League semis. 

However, reports say Origi could reject Liverpool's offer and look move elsewhere, in order to get more first-team football. 

Despite his recent heroics, Origi knows that he is will well down the club's pecking order.

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The Mexican GP could lose its spot on next year's F1 calendar. 

According to latest reports, F1's owners need to drop two existing races next season, to make way for the Dutch and Vietnamese GPs. 

So far there are only two races that are not contracted for next season - Mexico and Spain. 

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