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Scholes to land his first managerial job

Scholes to land his first managerial job

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes is set to lay his mark in football management for the first time in coming weeks as according to reports, the 44-year-old has held talks with Oldham Athletic about becoming their new manager, 15 months after missing out on the job. Oldham Athletic currently plies trade in England's fourth division.

Emery has confidence in Ozil

Emery has confidence in Ozil

Mesut Ozil looked on as an unused substitute while Arsenal claimed a stirring 2-0 win over Chelsea but Unai Emery still feels he has a role. A high-intensity midfield performance led by Aaron Ramsey proved the undoing of Chelsea and Emery's demands of his players off the ball have led to suggestions Ozil is ill-suited to his approach.

Sasha Banks to leave WWE?
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Sasha Banks to leave WWE?

The Revival's request to be released from the brand has become viral news over the last couple of days. Now Sasha Banks might have joined their league after her recent cryptic posts on Twitter. First, she addressed the Revival actions and claimed that she wants to be just like the tag team. She then asked them to take her along with them.

Dhoni can break Tendulkar's record

Dhoni can break Tendulkar&#039;s record

Veteran India cricketer MS Dhoni was termed as the biggest positive for India from the recently concluded three-ODI series against Australia. Dhoni has a chance to surpass Sachin Tendulkar's record in New Zealand. With 446 runs, Dhoni is currently third on the list of India's leading run-getters in the ODI series in New Zealand.

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