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“So we’ve been lied to again” – These Southampton fans discuss Ralph Hasenhuttl’s comments

Southampton fans react to Ralph Hasenhuttl's transfer comments ahead of the Premier League clash with Wolves.

“Good move”, “We’re going to destroy Shrewsbury” – Many Liverpool fans react to Klopp...

Liverpool fans react to the news that the Reds will have a week off if they beat Shrewsbury.

“Salah robbed”, “Are you joking?” – Many Liverpool fans react to announcement

Liverpool fans are upset with the UEFA Team of the Year award.

“Old Fergie tactic”, “This is gonna be fun”: Many Liverpool fans react to bitter...

Liverpool fans react as Marcus Rashford comes off injured against Wolves in the FA Cup.

“Arteta can get a lot from him”, “Fan of this” – Many Arsenal fans...

Arsenal fans react on social media after a decision is made for Eddie Nketiah to stay at the Emirates until the end of the season.

“Most ridiculous thing ever” – Lots of Arsenal fans fuming with links to “Lichtsteiner...

Arsenal fans reacts on social media amid reports the club are looking to move for PSG left-back Layvin Kurzawa.

“Should grab this opportunity” – Lots of Man Utd fans discuss player “way better...

Manchester United fans react on social media after reports claim the club will be offered the chance to sign PSG striker Edinson Cavani in the summer.

“Next Ledley King”, “Foolish not to” – Many Spurs fans react to “brilliant” player...

Tottenham fans react to Japhet Tanganga extending his contract with suggestions that a long-term deal is in the offing

“Too expensive”, “Bring him asap” – Lots of Liverpool fans react to dubious £106.8m...

Liverpool fans discuss Bayer Leverkusen's Kai Havertz amid speculation that the Reds are preparing a big-money offer for the Germany international.
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Egypt launches new transport company to compete with Uber

Egyptian army yesterday announced the launch of a new local transportation company, dubbed “Dubci Smart Transport,” in an attempt to compete with the United States (US)’s Uber and it’s United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based subsidiary, Careem. “Dubci is a mobile application that will allow users to book private cars, buses, yachts, helicopters and motorbikes,” the company said in a statement. Dubci pointed out that it was aiming “to carry out one million trips during its first day.” The ride-hailing company was said to have started an “outdoor ads” campaign spread across the Egyptian capital city of Cairo, as well as the Red Sea coastal cities of Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh. Dubci’s establishment comes in the wake of alleged “ongoing disputes” between […]