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U.S. PoliticsMadison County Record

Court activity on June 7: Ryan Kent vs Thomas J. Vilsack

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois reported the following activity in the suit brought by Joshua Morton, Mathew Morton and Ryan Kent against Thomas J. Vilsack and Zach Ducheneaux on June 7: 'Complaint Against All Defendants ( Filing Fee $ 402 Receipt Number 0754-4496658.), Filed By All Plaintiffs. (attachments: # 1 Civil Cover Sheet, # 2 Summons Re Zach Ducheneaux, # 3 Summons Re Thomas Vilsack)(roper, Glenn)'.
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Liverpool due windfall if Rangers cash in on Ryan Kent

Liverpool are due a windfall if Rangers choose to cash in on Ryan Kent this summer. Boasting 12 goals from 50 appearances, Kent played a leading role in Rangers' 4-1 victory over Celtic on Sunday, and such form continues to see him linked with a return to the Premier League.
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Leeds launching bid for Rangers winger Ryan Kent

Leeds United are launching a bid for Rangers winger Ryan Kent. The Sun says Leeds have their eyes on Kent as they line up for a £15million bid for the Rangers winger. Kent has eight league goals and nine assists to his name in 33 appearances this season and wreaked havoc on the left of a front three as Rangers stormed to their first Scottish Premiership title since 2011 under Steven Gerrard.
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Leeds warned of asking price for Rangers winger Ryan Kent

Leeds United have been warned about the asking price for Rangers winger Ryan Kent. The 24-year-old former Liverpool winger has been in fine form for the title-winning Ibrox outfit this season and has long been linked with Leeds. Speaking to the Ten10 podcast, pundit Rae said: “If £14million is what...
Premier LeagueThe Guardian

Ryan Kent shines as Rangers hit five past Antwerp and reach last 16

Steven Gerrard has no reason to care about broader endorsement of the progress he has overseen at Rangers. The imminent arrival of a long-awaited domestic title at Ibrox will afford Gerrard and his players a level of status magnified by years of frustration. Still, progression to the last 16 of the Europa League for a second season in a row does no harm whatsoever to the profile of Rangers, their manager and a group of players who will now inevitably draw external interest.
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Rangers 5-2 Antwerp (9-5 agg): Two penalties help Steven Gerrard's men complete rout of Belgian visitors - with goals from Alfredo Morelos, Nathan Patterson and Ryan Kent capping off another thrilling win

Talk about a redemption story. And one that took just 16 seconds to tell. For Nathan Patterson, this was a night to celebrate. Within the confines of his own home, of course.du. Eleven days after he breached Covid regulations by being among five players who attended a house party in...
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Ryan Kent ignites Rangers' five-goal thrashing of Ross County

Steven Gerrard hailed Ryan Jack’s goal-scoring return for Rangers but said he will have to take special care with the Scotland midfielder to ensure he does not suffer a repeat of his recent injury woes. The rampant league leaders were already three goals up against Ross County when Jack came...