Ronald Koeman is turning his attention to the midfield as he continues to hunt for summer signings
Netanyahu was replaced by Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid who took the reins after forming a coalition government with six other parties, including Mansour Abbas's Islamic conservative Raam party.
Barring something spectacular happening before the vote, the curtain appears to be coming down on the Israeli leader’s premiership, reports Natalie Lisbona in Tel Aviv
None of the coalition leaders has any interest in resolving the Palestinian issue
Taking a page from the Trump playbook, Netanyahu says only 'fraud' could lead to his removal as prime minister.
As the country anxiously waits to see whether a fragile coalition will survive, the big question is how long it will take for Israel to emerge from Netanyahu's shadow.
"I'm tired of our freedoms being taken from us and I'm tired of the corruption that is rampant in our state government," the anti-government activist says in his campaign video.
"We need an attorney general that's above reproach, not under criminal indictment for securities fraud and under FBI investigation for bribery and corruption," George P. Bush said of current Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Wednesday.
Jason Riddle, the New Hampshire gentleman who was arrested after guzzling stolen wine inside the the Capitol building on January 6th while taking part in the insurrection, is now running for, well, some sort of political office. The problem is, he's not sure which one. — Read the rest
A new Israeli government is expected to be formed Sunday with Naftali Bennett becoming the new Prime Minister, ending former PM Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12 years in office.