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Bonucci: Pitch not to blame for Juve loss

Leonardo Bonucci refused to blame the state of the Genoa pitch for Juventus' surprise Serie A defeat on Wednesday.
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Pardew hails returning Taylor

Alan Pardew praised Ryan Taylor after he returned from his injury nightmare in Newcastle United's 2-0 League Cup win over Manchester City.
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Spain hit back in Costa row

Diego Costa's club versus country row rumbles on after Spain's team doctor insisted he did not pick up a fresh injury on international duty.
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A-League bolters for Socceroos' Asian Cup

With the AFC Asian Cup on Australian soil just a couple of months away, Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou will be keeping an eye on every player to see who will make his final squad.
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Liam Miller released by Brisbane Roar

Brisbane Roar have agreed to release championship-winning midfielder Liam Miller 'by mutual consent', according to a club statement.
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A-League Preview: Melbourne City v Adelaide United

A Spanish flavour for sure when David Villa faces some footballing compadres at AAMi as the tiki-taka-infused Reds roll into Melbourne for a football fiesta with a lukewarm City.
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Allegri slams Juve for Genoa loss

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri struggled to find positives to his team's shock 1-0 loss at Genoa in Serie A on Wednesday.
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Copa Sudamericana Review: River Plate, Atletico Nacional grab leads

River Plate came from behind in their Copa Sudamericana quarter-final first leg with Argentina rivals Estudiantes to win 2-1.
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Week 4: Fantasy A-League Scout

Fantasy A-League managers got their first taste of competitive action on the weekend with head-to-head leagues kicking off with a bang.
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FC Dallas 2 Vancouver Whitecaps 1: Late penalty sends hosts through

A late penalty from Michel sent FC Dallas into the MLS' Western Conference semi-finals, after they eliminated Vancouver Whitecaps 2-1.
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Spanish football fiesta on Friday night

With a distinct tiki-taka feel, SBS ONE’s Lucy Zelic is tipping the Reds to turn on the style in Melbourne when they face a wounded Melbourne City in what might be David Villa's final game in Oz this Friday night.
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Venezuelan Primera Division Review: Trujillanos triumph at Zamora

Trujillanos took maximum points from their trip to bottom-placed Zamora, while Caracas were held in the Venezuelan Primera Division.
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Liga del Futbol Profesional Boliviano Review: Bolivar reclaim lead, San Jose bounce back

Bolivar reclaimed the Liga del Futbol Profesional Bolivano lead, courtesy of a 4-2 win over The Strongest on Wednesday.
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Photos: FFA Cup Bentleigh Greens v Adelaide City

Photos from Kingston Heath of the FFA Cup quater final between Kingston Heath and Adelaide City
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Franck Ribery cops a scarf to the face

In one of the stranger incidents we've seen on a football pitch, Bayern Munich's Franck Ribery copped a hit to the face from a scarf-wielding fan on Thursday morning (AEDT).
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Garcia not interested in Juventus' loss

Rudi Garcia declared Juventus' loss on Wednesday was of "no interest" to him despite Roma joining the Turin club at the top of Serie A.
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Copa do Brasil Review: Flamengo blitz Mineiro late

A late flurry saw Flamengo stun Atletico Mineiro 2-0 in their Copa do Brasil semi-final first leg on Wednesday, while Cruzeiro also won.
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Guardiola: Hamburg 'surprised' Bayern

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola said Hamburg forced them to play at a higher intensity, in their DFB Pokal win.
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Independiente del Valle 4 Universidad Catolica 0: Sornoza scores stunner

Junior Sornoza's stunning free-kick sparked Independiente del Valle's sixth consecutive win in the Ecuadorian Primera A on Wednesday.
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Preview: Al Hilal v Western Sydney Wanderers FC

Here we go! Our Aussie boys have a chance to make club football history against Saudi power Al-Hilal. With a slender 1-0 advantage from the first leg it’ll be crazy from the get-go in the cauldron of the King Fahd stadium in front of 65,000 noisy fans. History beckons.... who does Australia sing for?
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