Friday 4 September 2015

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The trio departed the Bundesliga for top Premier League sides this summer but the former Bayern Munich star feels it was a dangerous move for each of them

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The Portuguese was presented with the awards which recognise his achievements at Porto, Real Madrid, Inter and Chelsea, including longest unbeaten home run

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The Chelsea defender knows the importance of avenging his nation's loss to to Saturday's opponents as both teams close in on Euro 2016 qualification

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The winger insists he respects comments made by the England coach and media pundit and even records his appearances on television to hear his views

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The former Chelsea defender insists he holds no grudge against the England coach and indicated that the departure from the Blues was his decision

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The goalkeeper's proposed move to the Bernabeu collapsed in stunning circumstances on deadline day, and the club's president has laid the blame on United's door

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Former Gunner Paul Merson has criticised the north London club, suggesting that a lack of ambition in the transfer market that will cost them at the end of the season

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The Porto man saw red for clashing with Kolbeinn Sighthorsson in the first half at the Amsterdam ArenA and the Oranje skipper felt the action let the whole team down

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The Dutch captain left the field holding his groin, as manager Danny Blind suffered defeat in his first competitive match in charge of the national team

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Edin Dzeko gave the visitors an early lead before goals from the Premier League trio gave the Red Devils the victory to keep up the pressure on Group B leaders Wales

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Lars Lagerback's side nearly clinched their place in Euro 2016 as they dealt Danny Blind's Oranje their first qualifying loss at home since 2000, with Bruno Martins Indi sent off

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The 30-year-old headed the Azzuri to victory in a difficult match at the Stadio Artemio Franchi to go joint top of Group H with Croatia

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A new-look Young Lions side with 14 Premier League stars in their squad emerged victorious after a second-half goal from the 19-year-old Red Devils striker

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The Real Madrid star headed in Ashley Richard's 82nd minute to cross to leave the visitors needing one win from three games to reach a first major tournament since 1958

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Gylfi Sigurdsson's penalty put the visitors on the verge of reaching their first European Championship while the Oranje look set for a play-off berth as they stay third in Group A

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The Chelsea star believes the Belgium international, along with Neymar, can challenge the Madrid and Barcelona stars to become the best player in the world

Thursday 3 September 2015

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The Spain international does not have a squad number at the Red Devils having angered Louis van Gaal last season but is available for selection should his manager require

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The former Barcelona goalkeeper has been left out of Manchester United's matchdy squads so far this season but his international boss insists he could still gain selection