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Brisbane Roar forward Henrique to remain at club next season

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HENRIQUE has cemented his Brisbane Roar future beyond this season.

The Courier-Mail understands the Brazilian-Australian livewire – who returned to the Roar in February after an absence of almost two years ¬ has secured a new deal that will keep him in Brisbane for the club’s 2018-19 A-League campaign.

The 32-year-old attacking weapon, who on the weekend scored his first goal for the Roar since April 2016, remained tight-lipped about his future when contacted on Tuesday by The Courier-Mail.

“We can talk about that after this season finishes,” Henrique said.

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“But I’m very happy in Brisbane.”

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Boris Johnson confirms Premier League blow as UK government scrap plans for fans to return

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that the plan for fans to return to sporting venues in England on October 1 has been put on hold.

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PSG vs Marseille, Neymar, racist slur, fight

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Marseille claim to have footage of Neymar racially abusing Japanese right-back Hiroki Sakai during their Ligue 1 win over Paris Saint-German earlier this month, a source close to the club said on Tuesday.

The individual said Andre Villas-Boas’s side have evidence of the Brazil forward making the comments on two occasions.

A Marseille spokesperson refused to confirm the allegations. “We have no comment. We entrust all our expertise and analysis to the examiners” of the league, they said.

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What Alex Telles thinks about Man Utd transfer after major breakthrough struck

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Manchester United are on the verge of signing Porto defender Alex Telles.

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