Friday, 29 May 2015

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The Fifa president was re-elected for a fifth term on Friday but has been criticised by many high-profile figures, including the Germany football chief

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The European football governing body's president is delighted to have opposed the status quo but believes Sepp Blatter and & Co. are in dire need for regaining credibility

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The Argentine, who scored and assisted in the final-day win over West Ham to help keep the club in the Premier League, has hit out at club owner Mike Ashley following his exit

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The 79-year-old will serve a fifth term as Fifa president, but remains under pressure to resign following the corruption scandal surrounding the game's world governing body

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The 79-year-old will head Fifa for a fifth term after Friday's vote, but the Football Association chief and Gary Lineker have continued calls for change

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The 52-year-old lawyer has yet to confirm he will stand in the summer elections, but will present his campaign after the club's clash with Juventus on June 6

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The 47-year-old will leave BVB after Saturday's showdown with Wolfsburg in Berlin but he says the game is all about his players and not his swansong in charge

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The Swiss will serve a fifth term as the head of the game's world governing body - despite calls for him to resign after Wednesday's corruption scandal

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The coach follows Carlo Ancelotti out of Santiago Bernabeu, with reports linking him with managerial posts at both Sunderland and Derby County

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Andres Iniesta has played with some of the best forwards in the world, and he ranks Luis Suarez among the best to have played for Barcelona

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The Ghana international, who spent last season with Everton, becomes the Cherries' fourth signing since securing promotion to the Premier League

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The Belgium international has revealed Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund wanted to sign him in January, but he instead stayed with the Toffees only to play less matches

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The BVB CEO admitted that he would like to have both but that he considers the Germany international superior to the highly-rated Belgian

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The Jordanian royal is pitching for the Fifa presidency and says he is the right man to lead the world governing body following the latest scandals to hit this week

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A service was held at Anfield to remember the 39 people - most of whom were Juventus supporters - who died in the build-up to the 1985 European Cup final

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The Uruguay international has been out of action with a hamstring injury but has been given the green light to face Athletic Bilbao at Camp Nou

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The Hammers have lined up the former Athletic Bilbao boss as one of the primary candidates to replace Sam Allardyce, but the Argentinian could stay with Marseille

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The Poland international has been forced to diffuse the situation after his dad called for the Gunners to let him leave and described Arsene Wenger as disloyal