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‘He’s finished’ – Tyson Fury advises Anthony Joshua to retire

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British heavyweight boxer, Tyson Fury, has advised Anthony Joshua to retire from boxing if he loses his rematch with Oleksandr Usyk.

Recall that Joshua had recently lost his WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight titles to Ukrainian Usyk.

Joshua activated his rematch clause with Usyk immediately after the comprehensive defeat.

But Fury believes Joshua should resign from boxing if he is beaten by the Ukrainian for a second time.

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“I think if he doesn’t beat Usyk in his rematch, I think he’s finished, retire, done,” Fury told Boxing Social.

“He needs to win that fight, no matter how he does it.”

When asked if he was frustrated to see Joshua get beaten by Usuk, Fury replied: ‘Not really frustrating, to be honest.

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Mourinho’s Roma suffer 6-1 defeat to Bodo/Glimt

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Jose Mourinho suffered one of the most embarrassing defeats in his managerial career, as Roma were demolished 6-1 by minnows Bodo/Glimt in the Europa Conference League on Thursday.

The Serie A came into the game looking to extend their 100% start in Group C.

However, Mourinho’s much-changed side were embarrassed on the artificial surface at Aspmyra Stadion in Norway.

Erik Botheim and Patrick Berg put the hosts two goals up inside 20 minutes.

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Carles Perez pulled one back, but Roma imploded after the break.

Botheim’s second restored Bodo/Glimt’s two-goal advantage and before Ola Solbakken netted a brace, either side of Amahl Pellegrino’s strike.

This is the first time a Mourinho side has conceded six times for the first time in the Portuguese’s illustrious 1,008-game managerial career.

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FIFA told to give Africa more than five World Cup slots

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South Africa head coach, Hugo Broos, has called on FIFA to consider giving Africa more than five slots, ahead of the 2022 World Cup finals.

There are only five spots available for African teams at next year’s World Cup in Qatar, while Europe for instance will take 13 of the 32 places.

Broos has led Bafana Bafana to three victories and one draw in their first four matches in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers and they are currently top of the Group G standings.

Only the group winners will advance to the next round of qualifying, where the five teams which will represent Africa will be decided.

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“It is not fair, it is easier for good teams in Europe to qualify for the World Cup than [good teams] in Africa.

“In Africa, you have Ghana, Cameroon, Nigeria, Algeria, Senegal, Morocco, Tunisia, and Egypt.

“You already have eight good teams there! I hope for 2026 this will change … it is a pity they have waited so long to do that because Africa deserves more teams,” Broos told The Citizen.

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Ronaldo saves Man Utd again, Chelsea thrash Malmo

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Cristiano Ronaldo headed in a late winner, as Manchester United came back from two goals down to beat Atalanta 3-2 in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

The Serie A side stunned Old Trafford as they raced into a 2-0 lead in the first half.

Mario Pasalic and Merih Demiral both scored as United failed to impose themselves in what was a must-win match at home.

However, after the break, Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire pulled the Red Devils level, before Ronaldo rose highest to meet Luke Shaw’s cross.

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Jorginho scored twice from the penalty spot as Chelsea hammered Malmo 4-0 at Stamford Bridge.

Barcelona recorded their win of the season in Europe, with a 1-0 victory over Dynamo Kyiv, Bayern Munich thrashed Benfica 4-0 and Villareal beat Youngs 4-1.

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