EPL: Manchester United to be sold on one condition
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Manchester United’s owners, the Glazer family, will sell the club on one condition, according to The Athletic.

The Glazer family will only sell the club if they receive a massive financial in the region of £4billion.

United supremos have been tipped to sell up with talk of a mega-money Saudi Arabia takeover from Mohammed bin Salman refusing to die down.

Manchester United chief Richard Arnold was pictured in the Middle East last week, posing with officials who even gave him his own Saudi jersey.

The newspaper reports they would only sell for a huge amount, potentially exceeding £4billion.

That would make any takeover the highest in Premier history, dwarfing the £790million the Glazers paid to take control of the club in 2005.

Fenway Group paid £280m to acquire Liverpool in 2010 and, two years before that, Sheik Mansour completed a £210m takeover of Manchester City.

Roman Abramovich paid £140m to take control of in 2003, with the Russian then changing the landscape of English .

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Ten Premier League Referees and teams they support

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Ten Premier Referees and teams they support.

Premier League referees have to remain completely impartial when they are on the field – but most of them do have a club allegiance.
This is a list of 10 Premier League referees and teams they support.
#1 Mike Dean – Tranmere​ Rovers
Michael Dean is an English professional referee who officiates primarily in the Premier League. He is based in Heswall, Wirral, and is a member of the Cheshire County Association.
He is one of the most meme-able men in football. From his goal ‘celebrations’ to his infamous ‘off you pop’ red card, he has become something of an icon of modern refereeing, and even became the first ever Premier League referee to issue 100 red cards.
He supports Tranmere Rovers in his spare time.
#2 Kevin Friend – Bristol City & Leicester City
Kevin Friend is an English professional football referee based in Leicester. He is a member of the Leicestershire and Rutland County Football Association.
Kevin Friend was infamously removed from Tottenham’s game against Stoke during the 2016 title run-in, because of his soft spot for Leicester.
#3 Martin Atkinson – Leeds United
Martin Atkinson (born 31 March 1971) is an English professional football referee who officiates primarily in the Premier League and also for FIFA . He was born in Bradford, West Riding of Yorkshire, but is now based near Leeds , and is a member of the West Riding County Football Association .
He also has a reputation for leniency, and is widely thought to be one of the Premier League’s best.
Martin Atkinson supports Leeds United.
#4 Jonathan Moss – Sunderland
Jonathan Moss is an English professional football referee who officiates primarily in the Premier League having been promoted to the Select Group of Referees in 2011.
He was born in Sunderland but is now based in Horsforth, West Yorkshire.
Jonathan Moss taught at a school in Leeds but he is a strong supporter of Sunderland FC.
#5 Andre Marriner – Aston Villa
Andre Marriner is an English professional football referee based in Sheldon, West Midlands. He is a member of the Birmingham County Football Association.
Andre Marriner has been in the Premier League since 2005 and he supports Aston Villa.
#6 Michael Oliver – Newcastle United
Michael Oliver is an English professional football referee from Ashington, Northumberland. He belongs to the Select Group of Referees in England and officiates primarily in the Premier League.
Micheal Oliver is a Newcastle fan just like former Premier League referee
Mark Clattenburg.
#7 Paul Tierney – Wigan Athletic
Paul Tierney is an English professional football referee who officiates primarily in the Premier League having been promoted to the Select Group of Referees in 2016. He first officiated in the Premier League on 30 August 2014.
Paul Tierney is from Wigan and also supports Wigan Athletic.
#8 Anthony Taylor – Altrincham
Anthony Taylor is an English professional football referee from Wythenshawe, Manchester. In 2010, he was promoted to the list of Select Group Referees who officiate primarily in the Premier League.
He supports Altrincham Football Club, a semi-professional football club based in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, England.
#9 Craig Pawson – Sheffield United
Craig Pawson is an English professional football referee who officiates primarily in the Premier League, having been promoted to the panel of Select Group Referees in 2013, as well as in the Football League.
He is based in South Yorkshire and is associated with the Sheffield & Hallamshire County Football Association.
#10 Lee Mason – Bolton
Lee Stephen Mason is a Referee from Bolton, Greater Manchester. Since 2006, Mason has been on the list of Select Group Referees who officiate in the Premier League.
Mason is a former chairman of the Bolton Referees’ Society and is associated with the Lancashire County Football Association. His younger brother, Andy Mason, is a former professional footballer who played for Bolton Wanderers.

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EPL: Mourinho emerges favourite for Tottenham’s job after Pochettino’s sack

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Former Manchester United coach, Jose Mourinho, has emerged favourite to become Tottenham Hotspur’s new manager following the sack of Mauricio Pochettino.

DAILY POST had reported on Tuesday night that Tottenham Hotspur sacked Pochettino as their manager.

The Argentine spent five years in charge of the North London side.

Pochettino led Spurs to top-four finishes in four of his five seasons in charge, as well as their first Champions final in the 2018/19 campaign.

However, they have won just five matches this season and chairman Daniel Levy said a change had to be made in the “club’s best interests”.

According to Sky , Mourinho, who was sacked by Man United last December, is a serious contender to replace Pochettino as Tottenham manager.

The newspaper reports that RB Leipzig manager, Julian Nagelsmann, is also among the list.

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