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  • Pep Guardiola celebrates Jerome Boateng's late winner against Man City by choking him

    Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng scored a 90th-minute winner against former club Man City (with a helping deflection off Mario Gotze) and that kicked off a touchline mosh pit starring Pep Guardiola. After Boateng ran over to celebrate with his coach and teammates, Guardiola gave him a celebratory…

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  • Roma-CSKA match stopped briefly for violence

    A Champions League match between Roma and CSKA Moscow was briefly suspended in the second half due to fan violence. With Roma leading 5-0, CSKA supporters began throwing flares at Roma fans and riot police had to intervene. CSKA have already been forced to play their upcoming Champions League match…

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  • Schoene beauty as Ajax deny Paris

    A viciously struck free-kick by Danish international Lasse Schoene allowed Ajax to come from behind and draw 1-1 with Paris Saint-Germain in their Champions League Group F opener on Wednesday. The French champions had taken a 14th-minute lead at the Amsterdam Arena thanks to Edinson Cavani's 28th…

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  • Sporting draws 1-1 with Maribor in Champs League

    Teenage substitute Luka Zahovic scored an injury-time equalizer as NK Maribor snatched a 1-1 draw against Sporting Lisbon in Group G of the Champions League on Wednesday. Nani, who is on loan from Manchester United, scored what looked destined to be the winner in the 80th minute — sending a rasping…

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  • Ronaldinho misses penalty in Mexico debut

    Brazilian legend Ronaldinho had a nightmarish debut with his new Mexican club Queretaro, missing a penalty in a 1-0 home loss to Tigres. Fans packed the stadium for the game in central Mexico less than two weeks after the 34-year-old former world player of the year signed with the White Roosters.

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  • Mauricio Pochettino announces that 5 first team players didn't travel

    Mauricio Pochettino announces that 5 first team players didn't travel Tottenham Hotspur are going to be making some sweeping changes to their squad for their UEFA Europa League match against Partizan Belgrade, with five starters from the weekend not making the trip. Mauricio Pochettino was likely…

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  • Mandzukic to have surgery on broken nose

    Mandzukic to have surgery on broken noseMadrid (AFP) - Atletico Madrid striker Mario Mandzukic will undergo surgery on his nose which was broken during the La Liga champions' 3-2 Champions League defeat by Greek side Olympiakos on Tuesday.The 28-year-

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  • Why Toni Kroos and James Rodríguez are not a mismatched duo in Real Madrid's midfield

    Why Toni Kroos and James Rodríguez are not a mismatched duo in Real Madrid's midfield At first glance, Toni Kroos and James Rodríguez didn't look to match up too well. In yesterday's Champions League opener, Carlo Ancelotti trotted out the same formation which floundered against Atlético.

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  • Barcelona and Sergi Roberto sign contract extension

    The Blaugrana officially announced today they've reached an agreement to extend Sergi Roberto's contract until June 30, 2019. Roberto's previous deal would expire in 2016, but Andoni Zubizarreta, Barça's sporting director, decided to improve his deal. FC Barcelona has reached an agreement with…

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  • Just like the rest of Scotland, the nation’s soccer community is divided on independence

    In a soccer city with such a tense history of division and difference, it was inevitable that the current debate over Scottish independence would spill into the stands at Celtic Park and Ibrox. Glasgow Rangers supporters, with the Union Jack as the club’s unofficial flag and Rule Brittania as a…

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  • Former Ukraine midfielder Husin dies in bike crash

    Former Dynamo Kiev and Ukraine midfielder Andrei Husin was killed in a motorbike accident on Wednesday at the age of 41, the club reported. Husin died when coming off his bike on a tight turn at a motor racing circuit in the suburbs of Kiev. Husin won seven Ukraine titles and four domestic cups…

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  • Fulham collapse heaps more pressure on Magath

    Felix Magath's position as manager of Fulham looks more fragile than ever after the Cottagers collapsed to a 5-3 defeat at Nottingham Forest in the Championship on Wednesday. Fulham recovered from two goals down to lead 3-2 at the City Ground thanks to a brace from £11 million ($17.9m) summer…

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  • Young Daniel Sturridge Returns to Training

    Daniel Sturridge is on his way back from injury. Liverpool's attack has lacked sharpness and cohesion, but news that Daniel Sturridge has returned to light training will give some cause for optimism. Sturridge hasn't featured for Liverpool since he played as part of a striking duo in the satisfying…

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  • Impact beat Red Bulls in CONCACAF Champions League

    Impact beat Red Bulls in CONCACAF Champions LeagueMONTREAL (AP) -- Marco Di Vaio scored in the first half in the Montreal Impact's 1-0 victory over the New York Red Bulls in a CONCACAF Champions League game Wednesday night. The Impact improved to 3-0-

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  • Report: Everton want Deulofeu back

    There were huge expectations surrounding Gerard Deulofeu this summer. Deulo's former team, Everton, is aware of what's happening, and they seem to want Gerard back, reports from England suggest: Everton have been alerted to the possibility of bringing Gerard Deulofeu back to the club on loan in…

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  • Morgan Schneiderlin repaying Southampton faith

    Morgan Schneiderlin showed critics why Southampton wanted him to stay with a supreme midfield performance, capped with a beautiful last-minute goal following a great team move. Southampton let all of these players go and they have had some mixed results since moving away from the south coast.

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  • The happiness that Manchester City's billions can't buy

    The "punishment” laid out to Manchester City for investing too high a proportion of its revenue on new signings was a blueprint in modern soccer absurdity, and the message was this: Dare to spend too much money and we'll make you spend even more of it. Five years of investment from the ownership…

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