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  • Toure-less Ivory Coast launch title defence

    An Ivory Coast team lacking superstar Yaya Toure launches this weekend what they hope will be a 10-match climb back to the pinnacle of African football. The Cup of Nations title-holders have a Group I date with fellow-west Africans Sierra Leone in a fixture switched from Freetown to Nigerian…

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  • Winners and losers (and Arsenal) from the Premier League transfer deadline

    While Arsenal's stupefying inactivity takes the cake, here are the teams and players whose fortunes swung most on Tuesday.

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  • The zany new reality of the Premier League-dominated transfer market

    Even bottom-table Premier League teams have the spending power to buy top players from other leagues. But it's not entirely a bad thing.

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  • Biggest Deadline Day Transfers

    The Premier League and European transfer deadline saw a flurry of big moves from some of the biggest clubs in the world. Manchester City signed a midfielder out of spite. United took a gamble on a youngster. And Chelsea signed any warm body it could find to play defense.

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  • Wolfsburg's Draxler will "carry Schalke in heart"

    Germany international Julian Draxler admitted he will "always carry Schalke 04" in his heart, despite being unveiled as Wolfsburg's replacement for Kevin de Bruyne on Tuesday, alongside Brazil defender Dante. Having sold De Bruyne to Manchester City on Sunday for a reported record fee of £54…

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  • Loew backs Schweinsteiger after shaky United start

    Germany coach Joachim Loew is backing Bastian Schweinsteiger to brush off his shaky start at Manchester United when he captains his country in Friday's key Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland. The world champions host Poland in Frankfurt with Adam Nawalka's visitors top of Group D by a point from…

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  • Transfer Deadline Day Recap: Best and worst from across Europe

    This article, Transfer Deadline Day Recap: Best and worst from across Europe, originally appeared on CBSSports.com.

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  • Young mascot's reaction when seeing Manchester United's Wayne Rooney is priceless

    At the Swansea - Manchester United game this Sunday, one young mascot had a complete mind blowing experience about life and the close proximity to sports legends in general as he stood right next to world-renowned Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney.

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  • Giovinco, Pirlo call-ups by Italy show changing opinion of MLS in Europe

    The inclusion of Sebastian Giovinco and Andrea Pirlo into Italy's squad for upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers flies in the face of MLS's "retirement league" reputation.

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  • Norwich sign Mbokani on loan

    Norwich have signed DR Congo striker Dieumerci Mbokani from Dynamo Kiev on a season-long loan, the Premier League side announced on Monday. The Canaries also have an option to buy Mbokani, who has scored 19 goals in 46 matches for Dynamo since moving to Ukraine in 2013.

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  • Hernanes to Juve on three-year deal

    Inter Milan midfielder Hernanes has agreed terms with Juventus on a three-year deal that will see the Brazilian earn 2.7m euros a season, reports said on Monday. Hernanes, known for his great ball control and play-making skills, is expected to be Juve's second signing on the final day of summer…

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  • Monaco's Martial set for big-money United move

    Monaco forward Anthony Martial has been given permission by France coach Didier Deschamps "to travel to England to sign a contract with Manchester United", the French Football Federation announced on Monday. The 19-year-old striker was given a full international call-up for the first time by…

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  • Wolfsburg sign Schalke's Draxler to replace De Bruyne

    VfL Wolfsburg on Monday signed Julian Draxler from Schalke 04 as a replacement for Belgium playmaker Kevin de Bruyne, with the Germany international signing a five-year contract, both clubs confirmed. Having sold De Bruyne to Manchester City on Sunday, Wolfsburg have moved fast to strengthen their…

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  • Monday Morning Manager - WK4

    Neal Thurman wraps up Week 4 in the Premier League with discussion of red cards, Chelsea and United flailing and the rise of the middle class.

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  • The new team to beat in La Liga

    After two weeks of the Spanish season, the most convincing side in La Liga is not Barcelona or Real Madrid. It's Atletico Madrid.

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  • WATCH: Lionel Messi almost jokingly bitten by Luis Suarez

    This article, WATCH: Lionel Messi almost jokingly bitten by Luis Suarez, originally appeared on CBSSports.com.

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  • Why Barcelona will not win La Liga

    This squad is not built to win the Spanish league in 2015-16. At some point, manager Luis Enrique will need to choose between the Champions League and La Liga.

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