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  • Welsh unsung heroes allow Bale to keep dreaming

    Gareth Bale's dream of winning Euro 2016 with Wales remains very much alive after he and his teammates dug deep to send Belgium packing in remarkable fashion in Friday's quarter-final. Wales recovered from Radja Nainggolan's missile-like opener in the 13th minute to win 3-1 in Lille but it was…

  • Ibrahimovic reunited with Mourinho at Manchester United

    The 34-year-old -- who left French champions Paris Saint Germain at the end of last season having scored 156 goals in 180 appearances -- is reunited with Mourinho, under whom he played at Inter Milan. Ibrahimovic is Mourinho's second signing of the summer after highly rated Ivory Coast centre-back…

  • Man United signs Ibrahimovic, reunites him with Mourinho

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic signed for Manchester United on Friday, handing one of soccer's most enigmatic players a late career move to the world's richest league and a chance to help revive a fallen giant. The 34-year-old Swedish forward, who was a free agent after his Paris Saint-Germain contract…

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  • Neymar's contract with Barcelona extended until 2021

    Neymar's contract with Barcelona has been extended until 2021 with a buyout clause that could reach 250 million euros ($278 million). Barcelona confirmed the deal on Friday. The announcement ended speculation that Neymar was unhappy in Spain and was looking to move to another club.

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  • France not practicing penalties at Euro 2016, says Sagna

    For a side that has needed late goals to win matches at the European Championship, it would seem a safe bet that France's players are practicing penalty shootouts ahead of their quarterfinal against Iceland on Sunday. ''We haven't practiced penalties,'' France right back Bacary Sagna said. More…

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  • No room for egos as France plays Euro 2016 underdog Iceland

    With an unassuming group of players lighting up the European Championship, Iceland's dazzling advance has been infectious. ''If someone wants to act like a star, we'll put them back in their place,'' France defender Patrice Evra said. France may be host of Euro 2016 and one of the favorites to…

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  • Early Bird Transfer Wrap-up

    Steve Rothgeb breaks down the players who have moved to new clubs before the official summer window opened.

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  • At Euro 2016, Ronaldo doesn't make same mistake twice

    Cristiano Ronaldo didn't make the same mistake twice. In a semifinal penalty shoot-out against Spain at the 2012 European Championship, Portugal's star played no part. Spain had won the shootout 4-2 and Ronaldo never even got to take his kick.

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  • The Latest: Portugal beats Poland on penalties to make semis

    Portugal has qualified for the semifinals of Euro 2016 after beating Poland 5-3 in a penalty shootout. Ricardo Quaresma scored the winning penalty moments after Portugal goalkeeper Rui Patricio dived to his left to save Jakub Blaszczykowski's spot kick. Poland went ahead in the second minute when…

    The Associated Press
  • Claude Puel hired by Southampton after 17 years in France

    Claude Puel ended his 17-year coaching stint in the French league on Thursday by taking over as manager of Southampton, ushering in a new era for the English Premier League club following the departure of Ronald Koeman. Southampton announced the hiring of the 54-year-old Puel on a three-year deal,…

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  • Ibrahimovic - Towering football superstar with ego to match

    If Manchester United fans have been put to sleep by several dull seasons of late they are about to be awoken by the arrival of the strutting Swedish superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The giant striker with an ego as great as his astonishing talent said Thursday that he would be joining coach Jose…

  • Ibrahimovic says on social media he's joining Man United

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic has told the world his secret: He's joining Manchester United. The enigmatic Swedish striker said Thursday on his official Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts that his next club will be the English Premier League giant. Ibrahimovic would be joining as a free agent, with…

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  • Five facts on Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    Ibrahimovic's goals have delivered league titles wherever he has gone from the Netherlands to Italy to Spain and France but never has he touched the Champions League trophy. United cannot give him it next season either as they failed to qualify, so he will just have to hope that they get a crack…

  • Southampton name Claude Puel as new coach

    English Premier League side Southampton on Thursday named Frenchman Claude Puel as their new coach on a three-year deal. The 54-year-old former Monaco and Nice boss replaces Ronald Koeman, who left for top-flight rivals Everton earlier this summer. Former Aston Villa coach Eric Black has been…

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  • Czech coach Vrba quits national team, signs up with Anzhi

    Coach Pavel Vrba is leaving the Czech Republic national team after signing up with Russian top-flight side Anzhi Makhachkala, the Czech Football Association said Thursday. "We can only respect the wish of the coach who wants to try a job abroad," Czech FA chief Miroslav Pelta said in a statement. …

  • Undefeated Iceland basking in underdog status at Euro 2016

    Iceland's players will go into Sunday's quarterfinal against France with exactly the same approach they had when sensationally eliminating England from the European Championship. As the smallest nation to appear at a European Championship, Iceland was not burdened by the expectations heaped on…

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  • Iceland turn underdog guns on France

    England-slayers Iceland hope to harness their underdog status to put the psychological pressure on Euro 2016 hosts France in Sunday's quarter-final. "The pressure was always so much more on England - that was a game for them to lose," said Heimir Hallgrimsson, who combines his role as joint coach…