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Martinez pleased to hear Yarmolenko would choose Everton over Barcelona

Roberto Martinez says it's pleasing to hear one of European football's top talents say he'd rather join Everton than Barcelona.

Ukraine international Andriy Yarmolenko reportedly told Ukrainian news outlet Futbol: 'It is better to play at Everton.'

'Of course you can go to Barcelona, take a cool selfie with [Lionel] Messi, put the images on Instagram and get a million likes and be pleased with yourself.

'But I'm not one of those.


Biggest signing of transfer deadline day is Pep Guardiola agreeing to join Manchester City

Forget any moves for players, as the biggest story of transfer deadline day is Pep Guardiola's move to Manchester City.

Moments after City's current boss Manuel Pellegrini made the shock announcement at his pre match press conference that he'll be leaving, the club confirmed that the Spaniard will be the man replacing him in the summer.

Sports Correspondent Chris Hall has the story.

Liverpool FC attempt to trademark "the normal one"

In Jurgen Klopp's first press conference as Liverpool manager he told reporters "I am a totally normal guy. I am the normal one, maybe".

Jurgen Klopp, the self-styled 'normal one'. Credit: PA

It was in contrast to Jose Mourinho, who famously called himself "the special one" in his first Chelsea press conference.

It now seems like Liverpool FC want to keep that slogan for themselves, and have gone as far as to apply for a trademark under European law.

The application was made on the 19th October, a week after Klopp was hired.

If the bid is successful, expect to see the slogan adorning shirts, mugs, and scarves.


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