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‘Lucky’ Newcastle’s Priceless Point, Kane Defends Maguire & “Rhodri Is GOAT”

Former Newcastle manager Alan Pardew praises the Magpies for getting a goalless draw at AC Milan in their return to the Champions League, Jamie O’Hara claims Manchester City’s Rhodri would get into the Premier League greatest XI, Harry Kane defends Harry Maguire, Celtic are humbled in Feyenoord and Ally McCoist recalls the time he met the Dutch Cycling team!

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