Friday, July 25, 2014

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The Costa Rica goalkeeper has been stuck in transfer limbo since the World Cup ended but he believes his situation will be sorted in the next week

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The nation's FA has been sanctioned by the world football governing body for politicising their team ahead of the World Cup in controversial fashion

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The Chile international had ruled out a move to Manchester United and club chief Giuseppe Marotta maintains the midfielder is happy to stay in Italy

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The Colombia star admitted he had dreamed of signing for Los Blancos his whole life, with former coach Villas-Boas saying that the player would adapt well to his new club

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The Los Blancos says that the Costa Rica shot-stopper has not finalised a move to the club and insists that he wants to keep Angel Di Maria despite the arrival of James Rodriguez

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Ahead of the Goal 50 announcement next week, we want to know who you think deserves to be named as the greatest forward in the world for their performances in 2013-14

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The iconic No.10 has called for the Albiceleste boss to be sacked and replaced by Cesar Luis Menotti for failing to get the best out of the Barcelona attacker

Thursday, July 24, 2014

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Only a tiny fraction of doping controls in 2013 came in the form of blood tests and the World Anti-Doping Authority has called on football to do more

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The 26-year-old has been linked with PSG and Manchester United in recent weeks but the former defender would not comment on the Ligue 1 champions' interest

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The 36-year-old believes it would be unfair to compare his own qualities with those of the former Arsenal captain but says he hopes Chelsea go from strength to strength

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The Anfield chief says this summer was the right moment for both player and club "to make a break" but insists Brendan Rodgers' attack will remain "explosive" without the striker

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The 20-year-old has previously been loaned out to Malaga and Vitesse joins the German club, who finished 13th in the Bundesliga last term, on another temporary deal

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The former Mexico and Espanyol head coach has been appointed as Alberto Zaccheroni's successor following the Italian's resignation after the World Cup