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Garcia rues sloppy build-up play

After a loss to Inter, Rudi Garcia urged Roma to move on and turn their attentions to a clash against Sassuolo.
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Jokanovic eyes title for Watford

After they closed in on promotion - and were eventually secured of it later in the day - Watford still had eyes on a different prize.
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Bundesliga Review: Weinzerl deal buoys Augsburg prior to Schalke stalemate

European hopefuls Schalke and Augusburg shared the points in Sunday's goalless draw at the SGL Arena.
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Eredivisie Review: Late Markiet strike denies Ajax, Manu inspires AZ

Gevero Markiet's late strike ensured Ajax were held at Utrecht to leave PSV needing only six points to win the Eredivisie title.
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Dunga encourages Brazil to entertain

Dunga wants his Brazil side to continue to entertain football fans, but is also wary of protecting their recent defensive record.
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Marotta: Juve have received no contact over Pogba

Giuseppe Marotta is adamant Juventus have not been in contact with any club in regards to a transfer of Paul Pogba.
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Schweinsteiger brushes aside captaincy pressure

On the brink of his first start as full-time Germany captain, Bastian Schweinsteiger has downplayed the pressure on his shoulders.
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France wary of more balanced Brazil

Brazil are a different team under Dunga, according to France pair Geoffrey Kondogbia and Benoit Tremoulinas.
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Ibrahimovic slams 'b******t' PSG exit rumours

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's recent outburst has led to rumours he could leave Paris Saint-Germain, but the striker insists he is staying put.
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Robben out for 'several weeks' with muscle tear

Arjen Robben will miss "several weeks" of action for Bayern Munch after tearing an abdominal muscle against Borussia Monchengladbach.
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Dyke: FA to discuss Hodgson extension

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke is planning to open discussions with England manager Roy Hodgson over a new deal.
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England would consider new World Cup bid - Dyke

Despite failing in their attempt to host the 2018 World Cup, Football Association chairman Greg Dyke is contemplating new bid from England.
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Barzagli supports Conte call-ups

After Antonio Conte's two non-Italy born call-ups created a stir, Andrea Barzagli moved to back his former Juventus boss.
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Schafer hoping De Bruyne resists temptation

Marcel Schafer hopes team-mate Kevin De Bruyne will ignore interest from the Premier League and stay with Wolfsburg next season.
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Simeone agrees new five-year Atletico contract

Atletico Madrid have been boosted by the news that coach Diego Simeone has put pen to paper on a new five-year contract.
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Costa feels 'jinxed' after latest withdrawal - Del Bosque

Chelsea striker Diego Costa feels "jinxed" after leaving the Spain squad with a hamstring injury, says head coach Vicente Del Bosque.
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Low: Ozil was allowed to fly to Berlin

Germany coach Joachim Low has defended Mesut Ozil after the midfielder was allegedly pictured partying in Berlin on Saturday.
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Fit-again Gundogan feeling 'reborn' ahead of Germany return

As Ilkay Gundogan prepares to make his first Germany appearance since August 2013, he has reflected on his injury woes.
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Gill: Blatter must go for FIFA to change

Sepp Blatter's departure is the only way FIFA will truly change, according to FA vice-chairman David Gill.
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Infantino wants more European nations in World Cup

Gianni Infantino believes the success of European nations should lead to more than 13 nations from the continent playing in the World Cup.
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