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Joe Aribo puts Old Firm Derby on Nigeria's radar

As rivalries go, the Old Firm Derby is one of the biggest in the world, but it's not one that Nigerian fans have paid much attention to... until now.

Glasgow Rangers will take on bitter rivals Celtic at Ibrox on Sunday, and Joe Aribo, a recent Super Eagles call-up, will don the blue kit in a rare instance of Nigerian-as-Ranger.

Aribo is not the first Nigerian to play in the Old Firm Derby. Sone Aluko is the most recent Super Eagle to do so, but he was already a known quantity by the time he joined...

Arsenal sign defenders David Luiz, Tierney

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Arsenal have bolstered their defence with the signings of Brazilian centre-back David Luiz from Chelsea and Scottish left-back Kieran Tierney from Celtic.

Luiz, 32, signed a two-year deal and cost £8 million, while Tierney inked a five-year contract. Celtic will receive £25m, which will be spread over the length of the deal.

"David has huge experience and I look forward to working with him again," Arsenal manager Unai Emery said in a club statement. "He is a well known player and...

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European league champions and European qualification 2018-19

Manchester City celebrated winning the 2018-19 Premier League title after a thrilling back and forth battle with Liverpool throughout the season.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany reflects on his side's path to a second consecutive Premier League title, and the competition they faced from Liverpool. (edited)

A comprehensive list of all the possible European qualifiers and relegated teams across the major leagues.

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions League: Manchester City (champions, also FA Cup and Carabao Cup winners), Liverpool (also Champions League winners), Chelsea (also Europa League winners), Tottenham Hotspur  
Europa League group stage: Arsenal, Manchester United
Europa League second qualifying round: Wolves
Relegated: Huddersfield, Fulham, Cardiff
Promoted to top flight: Norwich,...



Celtic legend Billy McNeill, first Briton to lift European Cup, dies aged 79

Billy McNeill served Celtic with distinction as both player and manager.

Billy McNeill, who as Celtic captain became the first British player to lift the European Cup, has died at the age of 79.

McNeill, who had suffered from dementia, captained Celtic's "Lisbon Lions" team to victory over Inter Milan in the 1967 final in Portugal and was a Scotland international.

His glittering career with Celtic saw him win a host of trophies, including nine consecutive Scottish league titles and seven Scottish Cups.

On their Twitter account, Celtic wrote: "The #CelticFC Family is...