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    Just as is the case for ex-American presidents, it’s rare for former British prime ministers to criticize their successors—and rarer still for them all to argue for the same side. But, as in the U.S., convention has been forced aside by a wildly unpredictable office-bearer who has repeatedly refused to govern within the normal rules. As of Monday, all five living ex-prime ministers had created the poshest gang imaginable and teamed up against the incumbent, Boris Johnson, as he steamed ahead with his plan to break international law to push through his controversial Brexit vision. Theresa May, David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, and John Major—three ex-rulers from the Conservative party and two from the Labour party, who span the last three decades of British history—have hit out at Johnson’s attempt to toss aside the Brexit withdrawal agreement he struck with the European Union last year. The prime minister is also being met with growing rebellion among his current crop of Conservative lawmakers, but still appears to have enough support to see the bill through a vote on Monday. ...
    ANTONIO CONTE wants a reunion with Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante, Italian reports say. The Italian manager prized Kante away from Premier League winning Leicester in 2016. 2N'Golo Kante was signed by Antonio Conte at Chelsea in 2017 Credit: Getty Images CHELSEA NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Blues news And now managing Inter Milan, it is claimed Conte has reignited an interest in signing the midfielder. According Italian reporter Nicolò Schira, Kante is the coach's "greatest dream" as he looks to add a SIXTH Premier League player to his squad. He last year signed Romelu Lukaku, Christian Eriksen, Ashley Young, Victor Moses and Alexis Sanchez. Conte is also planning a swoop for Chelsea's unwanted left-back Emerson. 2 The defender's future at Stamford Bridge appears over as they look complete the singing of Ben Chilwell from Leicester. Kante's Blues career also faces uncertainty, with boss Frank Lampard planning a major summer overhaul. Having already brought in Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner, creating funds to afford Kai Havertz and Chilwell could soon...
    SEVILLA are ready to take down the "biggest team in the world" as they turn their attention to Manchester United having KO'd Wolves from the Europa League. The kings of the competition broke Wolves' hearts on Tuesday evening in Duisburg. 4Sevilla are ready to take on 'world's biggest club' Man Utd after beating WolvesCredit: AP:Associated Press 4Julen Lopetegui is confident his side can get a result against Man UtdCredit: Handout - Getty Lucas Ocampos scored a last-gasp header to secure a deserved 1-0 quarter-final win. The reward is Sunday's semi-final against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's United at Stadion Koln. And Sevilla boss Julen Lopetegui is hopeful of dumping another Premier League side out of the competition. Lopetegui said: "We are going to play against Manchester United in the next match. "They're the biggest team in the world but we're going to be prepared for them. "We're focused on the next game, against a top, historic side, one of the best in the history of the sport who are in great form. "We will give our best as we always do. "To...
    MANCHESTER UNITED boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is readying himself to "challenge" Ed Woodward to spend big on the "right targets" this summer, according to reports. The Red Devils are currently riding the crest of a wave, having gone 16 games undefeated in all competitions. 2Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reportedly challenging Ed Woodward to spend big again this summerCredit: Reuters The latest of these matches saw them sweep Bournemouth aside 5-2 on Saturday, with stunning attacking performances from the likes of Mason Greenwood, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford. But according to the Standard, Solskjaer is continuously reminding Woodward that he needs further reinforcements - with Jadon Sancho still on the agenda. United have been heavily linked with the 20-year-old Borussia Dortmund attacker all season. But things appeared to have cooled recently, when it was claimed that they would not pay more than £50million for the young England international. Having played a big part in the improvements of Greenwood, Martial, Rashford et al, it might be expected by some quarters that Solskjaer should just keep working with what he's got. MAN...
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