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  • Milan were 'desperate' to sign me, says Ibrahimovic

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic claimed on Wednesday that his agent was recently approached by AC Milan about a return to the San Siro, but that he was not interested in leaving Paris Saint-Germain. Ibrahimovic, who played for Milan from 2010 to 2012 and won the Serie A title in his first season with the club,…

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  • 'Panenka' kick tricks goalkeepers for four decades

    For four decades, goalkeepers have been haunted by the "Panenka" penalty kick that leaves them diving to the side while the ball falls slowly into the middle of the net. The western world first became aware of the kick a year after it had been invented by then-Czechoslovak midfielder Antonin…

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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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  • Transfer Winners and Losers

    Neal Thurman recaps all the transfer deadline day moves and a few big non-moves as well with a focus on Arsenal, Manchester United, West Ham and Saido Berahino.

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  • Djilobodji seals Chelsea move

    French Ligue 1 club Nantes confirmed on Tuesday that their Senegal international defender Papy Djilobodji has joined English Premier League champions Chelsea on a four-year deal. "FC Nantes, Chelsea and Papy Djilobodji have reached an agreement for the transfer of the Senegalese international. …

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  • Quotes from voters in this week's AP Global Football 10

    LONDON (AP) -- Quotes from voters in this week's Associated Press Global Football 10:

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  • All eyes on Manchester United as deadline day dawns

    Manchester United were the centre of attention as the Premier League's transfer deadline day dawned on Tuesday, with moves involving David de Gea and Anthony Martial awaiting completion. Goalkeeper De Gea had appeared on the brink of a move to Real Madrid worth between 30 million ($33.8 million)…

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  • Transfer Deadline Day Live: Get updates on all of the latest moves

    Man United and Chelsea made last-minute moves before the summer transfer window closed on Tuesday.

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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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  • 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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  • Bordeaux stadium accident leaves five injured

    A barrier at Bordeaux's new stadium gave way during the Ligue 1 clash between the 'Girodins' and Nantes on Sunday, injuring five people. At the brand new complex, named the Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux and primed for Euro 2016, the incident took place in the 87th minute when Bordeaux fans were…

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  • Fekir hits hat-trick as Lyon thrash Caen

    Reims and Rennes moved alongside idle Paris Saint-Germain on nine points at the top of Ligue 1 on Saturday. Champagne-region Reims, who won the last of their six French titles in 1962, were too strong for winless Lorient as they triumphed 4-1, while Rennes scored two second-half goals thanks to…

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  • PSG also winning France's popularity contest

    Paris Saint-Germain is more than just Ligue 1's perennial team to beat. It's also France's first-ever megaclub.

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  • Giungamp send Marseille crashing back to earth

    Sloan Privat and Nicolas Benezet gave Guingamp their first goals of the season in a 2-0 win which send Marseille crashing back to earth in Ligue 1's only game on Friday. Marseille had been riding a tide of euphoria since the arrival of new coach Michel with a 6-0 rout of Troyes last weekend…

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  • Liverpool face tricky Europa League group

    Five-time European champions Liverpool face a stern test of their continental experience after drawing former French champions Bordeaux and Russia's Rubin Kazan in the Europa League group stages on Friday. Brendan Rodgers' Premier League giants will also take on Sion of Switzerland after 12 groups…

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  • Benitez wary of Paris Champions League threat

    Real Madrid coach Rafael Benitez says his team have inherited a difficult group for the Champions League pool phase and feels French champions Paris Saint-Germain pose their greatest threat. At a press conference on Friday ahead of Real's second La Liga match of the season against Real Betis…

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