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Nov 23, 2022
Ronaldo to leave Manchester United
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Manchester United “with immediate effect,” the Premier League club said Tuesday, days after he gave an explosive interview criticizing manager Erik ten Hag and the club’s owners.
It wasn’t known where the 37-year-old Ronaldo will go next next after failing to secure a move to a Champions League club in the summer.
“Following conversations with Manchester United we have mutually agreed to end our contract early,” Ronaldo said. “I love Manchester United and I love the fans, that will never ever change. However, it feels like the right time for me to seek a new challenge.
“I wish the team every success for the remainder of the season and for the future.”
UGA, Ohio St, Michigan, TCU in CFP
(AP) — LSU moved up to fifth and Southern California was sixth Tuesday night in the College Football Playoff rankings behind Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan and TCU.
The top four remained the same for the third straight week, but the teams chasing changed order after Tennessee lost to South Carolina last Saturday night.
Two huge games this weekend could create more clarity.
Michigan is at Ohio State on Saturday and USC hosts Notre Dame, which checked in at 15th in the selection committee’s rankings.
There are two more rankings left. The final ones on Dec. 4 set the field for the College Football Playoff. The semifinals will be played Dec. 31 in the Peach and Fiesta bowls. The national championship game will be played at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.
Alabama was seventh, though the Crimson Tide don’t seem to have a realistic route to make the College Football Playoff for the eight time in nine years. LSU and Georgia are already locked into the Southeastern Conference title game.
Clemson came in at ninth and Tennessee fell to 10th.
Southern grad receives collegiate football honors
PAINESVILLE – Lake Erie College safety Cam Grodaus has received Great Midwest Athletic Conference second-team honors.
Grodhaus, who was an All-Ohioan at Southern Local High School, was leading tackler for the Storm for the second straight season.
He totaled 91 tackles in 10 games, including 49 solos, three for losses, three interceptions, one fumble recovery and four pass breakups.
Lake Erie, an NCAA Division II program, went 3-8 overall and was sixth in the GMAC at 3-5.
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