MANCHESTER, England (AP) — No matter how many blows Ivan Toney takes, the goals just keep on coming. There has been the racist abuse on social media and a potential ban after he was charged with 262 breaches of English soccer's gambling laws. There was also his exclusion from England's World Cup squad last year, despite his prolific scoring form for unfashionable Brentford. Toney, however, continues to find the back of the net at such a rate that only Erling Haaland and Harry Kane have scored mo
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