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Manchester United have returned to the top of the Deloitte Football Money League for the first time in 11 years after recording the highest annual revenue for a football club in history.

United's record revenue for the 2015/16 season of £515.3m sees them leapfrog Spanish giants Barcelona (£463.8m) and Real Madrid (£463.8m), who sit second and third respectively.

English referee Mike Dean has been dropped from English Premier League, following the fans' outcry on recent incidents in games he has taken charge of. He will take charge of the Yorkshire derby between Barnsley and Leeds on Saturday as he steps away from the Premier League for a weekend.


The FA Cup matches in Third Round seem to be awesome on the side of Manchester United in the match against Reading. 

Claudio Ranieri was again recognized last night, this time round by FIFA, with the best football manager, ahead of the likes of Zinedine Zidane (Real Madrid), and Fernando Santos (Portugal). Ranieri led Leicester City (England) to a historical first ever premier league title beating top guns Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester United.

Portugal and Real Madrid starlet Cristiano Ronaldo (inset) scooped FIFA player of the year award to cap a successful year.

The 2016–17 South African Premier Division season is surely the tightest season in the Premier Soccer League seeing three clubs tie on the same points however much there's match played difference.

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