Sunday, August 2, 2015

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Chelsea captain John Terry was disappointed to lose to Arsenal on Sunday - but says you cannot read too much into the Community Shield.

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Roberto Mancini's return to Istanbul proved an unhappy one as the Netherlands playmaker drilled home Lukas Podolski's cross.

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The Blaugrana have arrived in Florence without Lionel Messi and Neymar after their Copa America exertions but Luis Suarez starts

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Check out all the best stats and fact after Arsenal defeated Chelsea 1-0 at Wembley Stadium on Sunday to win the Community Shield for the second consecutive year

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The Chelsea boss believes the Frenchman deliberately avoided acknowledging him on the touchline after Arsenal's hard-fought Community Shield victory.

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The Real Madrid star became extremely irritated and walked out on his interviewer when he was asked about football's governing body and the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

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The FA Cup holder overcame the Premier League champion in the season curtain-raiser - check out all the best pictures and action shots from the Wembley showpiece.

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The Frenchman was thrilled to secure his first win over Jose Mourinho in 14 attempts after Alex Oxlade-Chamberlian’s first-half winner settled the Community Shield.

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The Chelsea boss tossed his loser's medal into the crowd after being beaten for the Community Shield.

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A stunning Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain strike was the difference as the slicker and sharper Gunners ended Arsene Wenger's hoodoo against Jose Mourinho on the 14th attempt.

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The club president is confident his side will become more dominant in its domestic league as well as in Europe following a Trophee des Champions win.

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Sol Campbell and Ray Parlour have outlined exactly what the north Londoners can take from their imperious predecessors, with the defender keen to see a midfielder signed.

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The attacking midfielder has been heavily linked with Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, but his coach believes he will remain at Wolfsburg.

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After netting twice during preseason, Divock Origi feels he can make an instant impact at Liverpool when the campaign starts.

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The Chilean reached the final of the competition with Juventus last year but believes the move to the Bavarian clubs gives him the best chance to win it.