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Poch: Pleasure to coach Enzo
New Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino is loving working with fellow countryman Enzo Fernandez.
Following his side's success in the Premier League Summer Series in the United States, Pochettino said: "Always it is a pleasure with Enzo.
"He is very humble, he is a fighter also and he's a fantastic player. He's a world champion with Argentina and I am so proud of him.
"I am Argentine also and I shared happiness when they won the World Cup. It is a pleasure when you have a player like him in the squad."
The Blues broke the British transfer record to sign Fernandez, 22, from Benfica for £107million on February 1.
Trent Alexander-Arnold is relishing the extra responsibility of being Liverpool's vice-captain.
The England star, 24, was confirmed as Virgil van Dijk's deputy yesterday and he could not be prouder of being handed the role by his boyhood club.
He said: "I think the lads see me as someone in a leadership role and I'm happy the manager and staff also see that.
"I want to lead by example, I want to make sure I take responsibility for what I do and how the team performs.
"It's an amazing position to be in but there's more responsibility on me to make sure we succeed and achieve the things we want to this season."
Pretty in pink
Fulham have unveiled a new all-pink away kit for the 2023-24 campaign.
The strip pairs a pink shirt with pink shorts and socks, black piping and the iconic adidas three stripes throughout.
In addition to men's and children's sizes, the Cottagers have added a dedicated women's fit for the new season.
Ready to soar
Charlie Rule cannot wait to get started in the Women's Super League after trading Sydney FC for Brighton.
Defender Rule, 20, signed a long-term deal with the Seagulls last week and is relishing the challenge of playing in England.
Speaking to her new club's website, she said: "I won't take anything for granted. Every game will be a massive opportunity and I will have to show up.
"It will be challenging but I want to grow and become a better player. I want to help the team as much as I can and play as much as I can.
"I'm playing right-back and I have an attacking style. I work hard and want to get forward a lot."
QPR swoop for Jack the lad
QPR have signed Jack Colback on a free after he was released by Nottingham Forest.
The experienced midfielder, 33, has agreed a two-year contract at Loftus Road with the option of a further 12 months.
Colback, who began his career with Sunderland before spells with Ipswich, Newcastle and Forest, told the club website: "I'm happy and excited to get going.
"It will be nice to get the training kit on and get out there with the lads. I'm excited to be part of what the manager wants to do here. It was an easy decision."