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This summer’s transfer window was shut on 31st August. It has arguably been termed as the most dramatic and unpredictable transfer window in football history, with shock moves that included two of the most influential football stars.

Drama ensued as former Barcelona ace, Lionel Messi’s contract came to an end. Renewal plans had already been made including him taking a 50% pay cut but in the end, it was decided that Messi could not play for Barcelona again. Rumors began on where he would play next, with him being linked to clubs like Man City and Paris Saint Germain (PSG). Eventually, the Argentine moved to Paris on a 2-year contract.

PSG went on to make other signings, in a bid to build a winning team that would also boost their Champions League ambitions. Their highlight signings included Georginio Wijnaldum from Liverpool, Sergio Ramos from Real Madrid, Achraf Hakimi from Inter Milan, and Gianluigi Donnarumma from AC Milan; plus other deadline day deals.

Then came an announcement from Cristiano Ronaldo, that he wanted to leave Juventus. He was linked to a move back to England, but this time, to Man City. Speculations played out until it was finally announced that Ronaldo had agreed terms with his former club Manchester United.



Other notable transfer deals across Europe are as follows:

Saul Niguez – Atletico Madrid to Chelsea on loan

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Antoine Griezzeman – Barcelona to Atletico Madrid on loan

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Moise Keane – Everton to Juventus on loan

Hector Bellerin – Arsenal to Real Betis on loan

Nuno Mendes – Sporting CP to Paris Saint-Germain on loan

Daniel James – Manchester United to Leeds for £25m

Nikola Vlasic – CSKA Moscow to West Ham for £33.5m

Patrick Roberts – Manchester City to Troyes on loan

Marcel Sabitzer – RB Leipzig to Bayern

Kurt Zouma – Chelsea to West Ham for £29.8m

Moussa Sissoko – Tottenham to Watford for £3m

Xherdan Shaqiri – Liverpool to Lyon

Martin Odegaard – Real Madrid to Arsenal

Aaron Ramsdale – Bournemouth to Arsenal

Tammy Abraham – Chelsea to Roma for £34m

Some deals go through while others do not. Such deals include:

Kylian Mbappe’s move to Real Madrid. His current club is said to have snubbed Real Madrid’s offers that stretched to as far as £220 million.

Harry Kane’s move to Man City. This eventually ended up with Harry Kane’s announcement that he would not be leaving the club.

How did your team do during this transfer window…?


Eddie Butita comedy show to air on Netflix

The American series first premiered on Netflix in may 2021 for the first season. It was renewed for the second season in June 2021 and now it has a Swahili version.



Eddie Butita is on Netflix as the writer and director of the first Swahili Comedy Show on the platform. The Churchill Show comedian took to social media on Thursday to share the news that the Swahili version of Upshaws, an American Sitcom he had scripted and directed had started airing on Netflix.

He said that he has always wanted to work with Netflix and when the opportunity came he grabbed it with both hands. He went on to say that the Movie production company contacted him to offer him a job as their first Swahili Comedy Writer and Director.

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“For the past few months I wrote and directed the Swahili Version of Upshaws created by Wanda Sykes, it was a great experience . The early mornings and late nights together with a team of talented professionals from Hiventhy Africa, we successfully brought the script to life and its now streaming on Netflix,” Butita wrote.

He went on to say that if he wrote and directed for Netflix it means that African Comics have a great chance in the global market.

“You can can now watch Upshaws on Netflix in Swahili, it is the first ever Swahili comedy show on Netflix. History has been made,” shared Butita.

The American series first premiered on Netflix in May 2021 for the first season. It was renewed for the second season in June 2021 and it now has a Swahili version.

Fellow comedians and other Kenyans came out in large number with congratulatory messages for Butita on the large milestone he has made on the global scene.

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FKF and Harambee Stars coach ‘Ghost’ Mulee part ways



On Wednesday night, Football Kenya Federation (FKF) announced that they had agreed to part ways with Harambee Stars coach, Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee. The press statement stated that the head coach, his assistant Twahir Muhidin and goalkeeping coach Haggai Azende had reached a decision to part ways on mutual consent.

Assistant coaches Ken Odhiambo and William Muluya will however, remain in the team as FKF seeks to reconstruct the national team’s technical bench. The shocking move comes weeks before a crucial world cup qualifier match against Mali, to be played on October 6th (home) and 12th (away).

In the statement, FKF expressed their gratitude towards Mulee and his departing members of staff for ‘their dedicated service and workmanship’; wishing them well in their future endeavors. The federation also revealed that the search for a new National Team Head Coach is underway and that an announcement would be made soon.

The Kenyan tactician is leaving the national side after a win-less run in the recent matches against Uganda(the Cranes) and Rwanda (Amavubi); 0-0 and 1-1 respectively.

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UEFA Champions League: Manchester united lose as Bayern cruise past Barcelona

It was a night to remember for Young Boys as they began their Group F campaign with a win  against Manchester United.



Yesterday night saw the return of European football; UEFA Champions League. Clubs across Europe kicked off their respective group stage campaigns.

It was a night to remember for Young Boys as they began their Group F campaign with a win against Manchester United. Cristiano Ronaldo put Manchester United in front in the 13th minute with his third goals since rejoining the club.

However, the night couldn’t get any better as Aaron Wan-Bissaka was shown a straight red card after a poor challenge on Christopher Martins. Young Boys used this advantage to level up the match in the 66th minute, through a well worked goal by Moumi Ngamaleu.

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The home side did not stop there as they piled the pressure on Manchester United and soon it paid off after a defensive error by Jesse Lingard gifted the host a brilliant, well taken goal by Jordan Siebatcheu to ensure a 2-1 victory in Switzerland.

On the other side, Barcelona were out to revenge their last seasons 2-8 defeat to Bayern Munich. However, Robert Lewandoski’s brace, and Thomas Muller ensured a 3-0 victory for the Bundesliga giants, upsetting Barcelona yet again in Camp Nou, Spain.

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Chelsea continued with their unbeaten run with a 1-0 victory against Zenit, a goal scored by Romelu Lukaku in the 69th minute. The game was played at Stamford Bridge in London.

Other results of the night: Sevilla vs Salzburg(1-1), Malmo FF vs Juventus(0-3), Villarreal vs Atalanta(2-2), and Lille vs Wolfsburg(0-0).



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