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  • Manchester United Probably Need To Drop Wayne Rooney

    There were rather obvious lessons to be learnt from Arsenal’s early obliteration of Manchester United at the Emirates. One which Manchester United fans have been dilly-dallying over and discussing for the last two months: Is Wayne Rooney broken? As Wayne Rooney’s slow start turned into a fully…

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  • As Chelsea flounders, Jose Mourinho is running out of people to blame

    The manager of the reigning Premier League champions has identified a number of scapegoats for the club's poor performances. Not surprisingly, he's not pointing any fingers at himself.

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  • Donovan correct to say Klinsmann should go if U.S. loses to Mexico

    It might've come off as sour grapes after being left off the 2014 World Cup squad, but what Landon Donovan said about Jurgen Klinsmann's status as USMNT coach has merit.

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  • Albania fans arrested with weapons before Serbia match

    TIRANA, Albania (AP) -- Police in Albania say they have arrested a man who claimed to have flown a drone carrying a nationalist banner over a stadium in Serbia last year during a European qualifier, in an incident that prompted fan violence and a diplomatic spat between the two countries.

    The Associated Press
  • Germany great Mueller suffering from Alzheimers: Bayern

    Former Germany and Bayern Munich striker Gerd Mueller, who is the Bundesliga's all-time top scorer, is suffering from Alzheimers, his club said on Tuesday. Nicknamed "Der Bomber" for his scoring prowess, Mueller, a 1974 World Cup and 1972 European Championship winner, who also won three consecutive…

  • Two Singaporeans charged for fixing 2013 Turkey matches

    Two Singaporeans have been charged with corruption for involvement in match-fixing in Turkey in 2013, court documents showed Wednesday. In a fresh case that highlights the global reach of football-rigging syndicates in the city-state, Rajendar Prasad Rai, 42, and Shree Manish Kalra, 22, each face…

  • The truth about Víctor Valdés and Manchester United

    With goalkeeper Victor Valdes' nightmare at Manchester United showing no signs of ending, Guillem Balague explains how it got to this point.

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    San Francisco Youth Soccer starts 'Silent Saturday'

    The San Francisco Youth Soccer league has started "Silent Saturday" to allow kids just to play for fun, without the pressure of screaming parents or coaches.

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  • Ozil says Arsenal can win the league this season

    (Reuters) - Arsenal have a chance of lifting the Premier League trophy this season if they can keep key players fit, midfielder Mesut Ozil has said. The German international spoke to Bild before his country's European Championship qualifier against Ireland, saying the Gunners had proved they have…

  • Sports-ESPN joins hands with India's MSM to launch channels

    By Sudipto Ganguly MUMBAI, Oct 7 (Reuters) - Sports fans in the Indian subcontinent will be spoilt for choice after Indian Premier League (IPL) rights holder Multi Screen Media (MSM) and sports broadcaster ESPN announced plans on Wednesday to launch new channels and foray into digital market. ESPN,…

  • Madcap Klopp to bring dash of daring to Liverpool

    With his zany demeanour, all-action football philosophy, manic touchline antics and flair for wry soundbites, Liverpool manager-elect Jurgen Klopp has been tipped to take English football by storm. The 48-year-old German, who is expected to be appointed as Brendan Rodgers's successor this week,…

  • Soccer-Azerbaijan player deliberately misses spot kick

    By Dmitriy Rogovitskiy MOSCOW, Oct 6 (Reuters) - Qarabag midfielder Elvin Mamedov made a rare sporting gesture in an Azerbaijan top flight match when he deliberately missed a penalty against Inter Baku on the orders of his club's head coach. After Mamedov deliberately sent the ball wide, the…

  • Soccer-England will help Jones reach full match fitness-Van Gaal

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal said he hoped defender Phil Jones would get some minutes under his belt with England in order to move him closer to full match fitness. Jones made his comeback to United's first team from "mild thrombosis" two weeks ago and has been called up for England's…

  • Soccer-Morata eyeing striker's role against Luxembourg

    By Iain Rogers MADRID, Oct 7 (Reuters) - With Diego Costa suspended, Spain coach Vicente del Bosque is likely to deploy Alvaro Morata in the striking role for the holders' Euro 2016 qualifier against Group C minnows Luxembourg on Friday. The Juventus forward was hailed as "the future of La Roja"…

  • Soccer-Kompany trains on his own but could play next week

    Vincent Kompany will miss Belgium's Euro 2016 qualifier in Andorra on Saturday with a calf injury but will train on his own over the next few days in agreement with Manchester City, the country's soccer officials said on Wednesday. Belgian coach Marc Wilmots and the English Premier League club had…

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  • Americans use 2nd-half surge to beat Panama 4-0

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (AP) — Sluggish in the first half, the Americans needed some kind of catalyst.

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  • EXCLUSIVE: JERMAINE JENAS - Chelsea players losing faith in Mourinho's management skills

    Yahoo Sport's global football ambassador Jermaine Jenas insists Jose Mourinho has instigated the Stamford Bridge crisis by constantly undermining his squad

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