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Tribal 5/24: The five most important stories from the last 24 hours

For the Tribal 5/24, we select the five most important stories and/or analysis you need to know from the past 24 hours. They're not necessarily the most popular stories from the past day, but ones you should know from the last 24 hour news cycle:


Chelsea boss Tuchel hints at Hudson-Odoi sale: He needs to fight and fight

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel concedes they could lose Callum Hudson-Odoi this month.

Tuchel admits the winger must "fight" if he wants find a way into his squad.

The German said, "In general nobody is for sale, and everybody is for sale."

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Man Utd hero McGrath: Prem managers will target shorty Lisandro

Manchester United hero Paul McGrath has called into question Lisandro Martinez's height after defeat at Brentford.

Lisandro was hooked at halftime of United's 4-0 defeat in London.

McGrath wrote for the Sunday World: "Now before you jump at me and say men like Fabio Cannavaro and Franco Baresi were brilliant, but small, centre-halves. I know they were, but they played in Serie A, where teams didn't throw in lots of crosses..."

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Chelsea great Terry makes lengthy tribute to Abramovich and former directors

Chelsea great John Terry has paid a glowing tribute to former owner Roman Abramovich and his old front office.

Terry has posted a farewell message to Abramovich and former directors Marina Granovskaia, Bruce Buck and Eugene Tenebaum.

He declared: "As we enter into a new era under new ownership..."

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Real Madrid coach Ancelotti: This job my last before retirement

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti admits the current job will be his last in management.

Ancelotti has made his decision: after his current tenure at Real Madrid, the Italian's coaching career will come to an end.

Speaking to Il Messaggero, Ancelotti said it would make little sense to take another managerial job...

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Ten Hag's Man Utd reality check: Why the manager not blameless for Brentford meltdown

COMMENT: Two defeats from two. Six goals conceded. Welcome to the Premier League, Erik ten Hag. Or better yet, welcome to today's version of Manchester United...

There's no dressing this one up. Defeat at Brentford - and the manner with which it happened - was humiliation for Manchester United. Utter humiliation. The madcap goals conceded. The limp performance. It was a mess. A farce. But not fully unexpected...

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