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Photo: Maalique Foster (right) in action for Portmore United in the quarterfinals of the Red Stripe Premier League in 2017

 

 

 

 

On Tuesday night Reggae Boy Maalique Foster became one of the latest victims of gun crime in Jamaica. He was among a group of men who were fired upon while playing dominoes in Southborough, Portmore, St. Catherine, where two men reportedly died.

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Photo: JFF President Michael Ricketts (left) discusses matters with Manager of Dunbeholden FC Paul Christie at a press conference to annouce the start of local football at the Pegasus Hotel last month. The restart seems closer to a reality after a meeting between the Ministry of Health and Wellness and the JFF on Tuesday. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Photo: Mo Salah scored his third Liverpool hattrick to steer the Red to a 4-3 win over Leeds United at Anfield. (Getty Images)

 

 

 

 

The marquee game of the opening day, on the opening weekend of the highly anticipated English Premier League season, lived up to all the hype and all the expectations as Liverpool and Leeds produced a seven goal thriller at Anfield, with the defending champions running out 4-3 victors, in an enthralling game of football that became an instant classic.

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Photo: Arsene Wenger (Getty Images)

 

Arsenal Football Club has announced that their French manager Arsene Wenger has signed a new contract. The 64 year old manager has committed to a three year deal which runs until May 2017.

The news broke on the club's official Twitter page confirming that the longest-serving manager currently in the Premier League had put pen to paper. The statement read, 'It's official, the #Arsenal boss has signed a new contract!'