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Missed out on football over the weekend? We give you a quick glimpse of the top moments that took the headlines in the world of football

10. Four Malaysian fans jailed for Jalan Besar scuffle

"The Johor Darul Takzim supporters, three male and one female, were arrested for disorderly behaviour outside the stadium during their team's Super League game against the LionsXII."
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9. Atletico fans start anti-Soldado campaign online

"The Tottenham striker bore the brunt of Los Rojiblancos supporters' ire after he was linked with a move to their team, as a '#UnAtletiSinSoldado' (An Atleti without Soldado) hashtag was trended by them on Twitter."
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8. Kaplan returns to S.League

"The Slovakian midfielder, who starred during his debut two seasons at Geylang International, will bolster defending champions Tampines Rovers after he was released by Negeri Sembilan. Australian custodian Justin Pasfield will join the Stags as well."
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7. Courtois open to Chelsea return

"The Belgian number one has hinted he could link up with the Blues after this summer's World Cup, having spent a successful three years on loan at Atletico Madrid, where he has blossomed into one of the world's best."
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6. Liverpool in for Lallana

"The Reds have made a final £25 million bid for the Southampton midfielder and are keen to tie up a deal as soon as possible, having indicated they will not pay more. Team-mate Rickie Lambert is also set to finalise a move to Anfield."
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5. David Villa bound for New York

"The Atletico Madrid striker will move to the Major League Soccer side, pending a contract negotiations, and is already in Manchester for a medical. New York City FC is a franchise of Manchester City."
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4. Montolivo ruled out for Italy

"There was woe for the Italian midfielder, who was captaining the Azzuri in their friendly against Ireland, when he had to be stretchered off after just eight minutes. It was subsequently confirmed that the AC Milan star suffered a leg fracture and will miss the World Cup. Mexico's Luis Montes also endured a similar fate in another game."
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3. Costa in Spain World Cup squad

"The Atletico Madrid striker made the final team for La Furia Roja despite a recurring hamstring problem in recent weeks, which was feared to have ruled him out. Netherlands also revealed their 23-man roster, most of which were largely expected.  ."
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2. Fifa open to Qatar re-vote

"Jim Boyce, vice-president of the world's football governing body, has left the door open for the 2022 World Cup host to be switched if allegations of corruption in the emirate nation, which were revealed in a Sunday Times expose, can be proven."
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1. Palestine reach AFC Asian Cup

"There was cause for joyous celebrations in the West Asian nation over the weekend when they edged the Philippines 1-0 in the AFC Asian Challenge Cup to bag their first major international trophy, in addition to securing a berth at the region's top tournament in Australia next year."
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