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Monday, June 29, 2015

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The former England international and Chelsea assistant will work under Tim Sherwood at Villa Park while Kevin MacDonald focuses more in developing home-grown talent

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Ahead of Monday's Copa America semi-final, the Peru coach is hoping the hosts - who have already endured their share of controversy - crumble under pressure

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The Hammers legend, who previously coached the club's ladies' team, has returned to assist new manager and former team-mate Slaven Bilic at Upton Park

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These two sides share a fierce rivalry and in a tournament which has seen plenty of rugged play, backing an ill-tempered clash in the first semi-final looks appealing

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Having come from nowhere to join Vidal as Copa America top scorer with a hat-trick against Bolivia, Al Hain-Cole expects the Blanquirroja striker to fire in Santiago

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Both sides will meet for a second time, having progressed from a tough group which included Italy and England, and the former Norrkoping boss feels they can be confident

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The world champion, spending his summer cheering on his girlfriend at tennis tournaments, has been linked with Manchester United but staying at Bayern Munich is also on the cards

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Mario Rebollo has claimed that the Chile defender made disparaging remarks about Luis Cavani, who is facing a prison sentence for his role in a fatal car crash

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The defender will play no further part in the competition after receiving a three-game suspension from Conmebol following his clash with Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani

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The Juve coach said the Netherlands international almost drove him to despair at San Siro and rejected claims he fell out with the Italian midfielder

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The Argentina striker - a close friend of his compatriot - says that the Barcelona superstar is always striving to succeed and also commented on his Manchester City future

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Two of South American football's biggest rivals face off for a spot in the Copa America final against either Argentina or Paraguay

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A 44-year-old man has been confirmed by the Metropolitan Police to have fallen from the stadium, which is being prepared to host Rugby World Cup and West Ham matches

Sunday, June 28, 2015

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The former Anfield boss does not believe his old club would have pursued such a a proactive recruitment drive if they expected to keep the 20-year-old beyond the summer

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The new head coach is determined to keep hold of the Manchester United target and sees the defender as key to his plans - get all the latest rumours with Transfer Talk