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Manchester United: Romelu Lukaku chant is 'racist' - Kick It Out

Lukaku has scored five goals in five league games for Manchester United this season



Anti-discrimination group Kick It Out has contacted Manchester United to ask them to stop the club's fans singing a "racist" chant about Romelu Lukaku.

It says the lyrics, about the size of the Belgium striker's penis, are "offensive and discriminatory".

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Rio Ferdinand: Retired footballer to launch pro boxing career

Rio Ferdinand appeared at Old Trafford in former team-mate Michael Carrick's testimonial in June



Rio Ferdinand is launching a new career as a professional boxer, two years after he retired from football.

The 38-year-old's move into the ring is being backed by betting company Betfair, which announced the news on Tuesday.

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La Liga Review: Bale scores in Real win; Sevilla 2nd


Gareth Bale was on the scoresheet as Real Madrid saw off Real Sociedad, while Luis Muriel's second-half goal helped Sevilla up to second place


Real Madrid picked up a needed win at Anoeta on Sunday, seeing off Real Sociedad 3-1 in La Liga in a game that saw Gareth Bale get back on the scoresheet.

Zinedine Zidane's team, who were coming off a pair of home draws in the league, were on the scoreboard just before the 20-minute mark. Sergio Ramos did well to hold up the ball in the penalty area as he was being pulled down from behind and Borja Mayoral swept in to volley home for his first official career Real Madrid goal to make it 1-0 in favour of the visitors.

Read more: La Liga Review: Bale scores in Real win; Sevilla 2nd

BPL Report: Manchester United 4 Everton 0 - Lukaku inspires late surge to pile pressure on Koeman



Three goals in the final seven minutes from Manchester United blew Everton away in a 4-0 win on Wayne Rooney's return to Old Trafford.

Wayne Rooney's first return to Old Trafford since leaving Manchester United in the close-season ultimately ended in a 4-0 thumping thanks to three late goals, as Romelu Lukaku scored against former side Everton to heap the pressure on Ronald Koeman.

Read more: BPL Report: Manchester United 4 Everton 0 - Lukaku inspires late surge to pile pressure on Koeman


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