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BOSTON (CBS) — The University of New Hampshire’s men’s soccer team arrived to their upcoming NCAA Tournament matchup in style.

The New England Patriots and owner Robert Kraft lent the team the Patriots Plane on Friday, transporting the team to Corvallis, Ore.

The Wildcats will be taking on top-seeded Oregon State in the third round of the tournament after beating UNC in the second round.

We have arrived in style for our @ncaasoccer Round of 16 game versus No. 1 Oregon State on Sunday! Thank you so much to the Kraft Family and the Patriots! @patriots @nerevolution @gillettestadium #DelayedNotDenied #ForeverNE

— UNH Mens Soccer (@UNHMSoccer) November 26, 2021

“I want to thank the Patriots organization for coming through when we were desperate to find a way to get out west as efficient as possible,” UNH Head Coach Marc Hubbard told “Travel has never made me feel so energized and we have no excuses to compete with everything we have on Sunday. The Patriot Way has given us a better chance to succeed and we are proud to represent all of New England and what that means this weekend.”

UNH is in the NCAA Tournament for the fifth consecutive year.

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United sends teenage winger Amad Diallo on loan to Rangers

MANCHESTER England (AP) — Manchester United sent Amad Diallo on loan to Scottish champion Rangers for the remainder of the season on Thursday.

The 19-year-old winger joined United from Atalanta in January last year and has made nine appearances in all competitions.

Only one of them has come this season, in the Champions League against Young Boys in December when United was already assured of advancing from the group stage.

“It is fantastic for me at this stage of my career to have the opportunity to come to such a big club that is challenging on a number of fronts,” Diallo said of his move to Rangers, “and will give me some excellent opportunities to test myself in many environments.”

United has also let another attacker, Anthony Martial, leave on loan in the January transfer window. Martial has joined Sevilla.


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