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  • Lewa reignites Real rumours

    Bayern Munich's top-scoring striker Robert Lewandowski is again at the centre of Real Madrid rumours after connecting with the agent who helped fix Neymar's record transfer to Paris Saint-Germain.

  • Aleksandr Zinchenko

    'I'M MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN HIM'

    Aleksandr Zinchenko has been given a small but important role in Manchester City's side although the Ukraine international notes that he

  • Chittagong players

    Players are paid too much: Aslam

    Former national star and goal-machine Sheikh Mohammad Aslam has said that the current generation of footballers are paid much more than they are worthy of by the clubs in Bangladesh.

  • Gabriel Jesus

    Pep's City aiming for first of many

    Pep Guardiola is anxious to play down suggestions that winning his first piece of silverware for Manchester City in Sunday's League Cup final against Arsenal would herald a period of dominance.

  • Ronaldo fires Real

    Ronaldo fires Real

    A Cristiano Ronaldo double and Gareth Bale's first goal in seven matches helped Real Madrid thrash Alaves 4-0 at the Santiago

  • Onus on Mourinho to get stars in tune

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is under pressure to show a more daring approach and get the best out of Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez for a grudge match against Chelsea's Antonio Conte on Sunday.

  • 'As good as Maradona': Tottenham boss hails Dembele

    Tottenham make the short journey across London to take on Crystal Palace on Sunday with manager Mauricio Pochettino comparing midfielder Mousa Dembele to Diego Maradona.

  • Bernardeschi to miss Spurs clash with surgery likely

    Federico Bernardeschi will miss Juventus's Champions League second leg clash against Tottenham with coach Massimiliano Allegri saying Saturday the winger could require knee surgery.

  • Bernardeschi to miss Spurs clash with surgery likely

    Federico Bernardeschi will miss Juventus's Champions League second leg clash against Tottenham with coach Massimiliano Allegri saying Saturday the winger could require knee surgery.

  • Rafinha hopes for permanent Inter move

    Brazil midfielder Rafinha said Saturday he wants to make his loan move to Inter Milan permanent this summer after taking advice from Barcelona stars Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez before leaving Spain.

  • Butland still the best for Lambert

    Stoke City boss Paul Lambert hailed Jack Butland as the "best goalkeeper in Britain" despite an own goal from the England international that cost his side a potential victory as they drew 1-1 draw at Leicester on Saturday.

  • L'pool could gain from Mourinho-Conte fued

    Manchester United and Chelsea cross swords this weekend with all eyes on the dugouts after a war of words between Jose Mourinho

  • Gunners face Milan in last 16

    Arsenal, the last surviving British club, on Friday drew seven-time European champion AC Milan in the last 16 of the Europa League.

  • Juan Mata

    Mata's 'Common Goal' to use football for good

    World Cup winner Juan Mata is breaking the mould, challenging the general perception of spoilt, rich footballers and helping to awaken the sport's social conscience through the Common Goal project.

  • Ruben Semedo

    Villarreal's Semedo charged with attempted murder, kidnapping

    Villarreal's Portuguese defender Ruben Semedo is charged with attempted murder and kidnapping, a Spanish justice spokesman says.

  • Arsenal survive Ostersunds scare as policeman dies in Bilbao clashes

    Arsenal scrape into the last 16 of the Europa League despite a 2-1 second-leg defeat by Ostersunds, but football was marred by violent clashes at the match between between Athletic Bilbao and Spartak Moscow which left a police officer dead.

  • Neymar

    ‘Neymar needs to join Madrid to reach new heights’

    Former Real Madrid midfielder Guti Hernandez believes that PSG forward Neymar needs to join Real Madrid to achieve new heights in his career.

  • Sarri warns Juve title chase on

    Maurizio Sarri warns Juventus that their days of Serie A domination were numbered as Napoli switched their focus to winning a first league title in nearly 30 years after their European exit.

  • Runaway cow leaves an open goal

    Scottish club Queen of the South may be facing a goalkeeping shortage for this weekend's clash with Dunfermline after a spot of bovine

  • BFF unlikely to retain Jilani

    2016 SAFF U-16 Championship winning coach Syed Golam Jilani is all but set to part ways with the Bangladesh Football Federation

  • Shakhtar's Latin blend stuns Roma

    Shakhtar Donetsk's South American blend proved too strong for AS Roma as goals from Facundo Ferreyra and Fred gave them a 2-1

  • De Gea keeps United afloat

    Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea added another heart-stopping save to his collection as his team held a highly-impressive

  • Choton full of confidence

    Having established their supremacy in the South Asian region, the Bangladesh Under-15 women's team will face a test against

  • Foot ball

    Malaysian goalkeeping legend Chow dies aged 69

    Malaysian football legend Chow Chee Keong, named as Asia's best goalkeeper from 1966 to 1970, died after a struggle with bladder cancer, reports said Thursday. He was 69. Named the "Asian Steel Gate" for his unwavering goal defence, Chow played for several Hong Kong clubs from 1970 to 1982.

  • Rooney chose Everton 'pressure' over China payday

    Wayne Rooney says he chose the "pressure" of returning to boyhood club Everton over a massive payday in China when he left Manchester United.

  • Real Madrid fight back to win without Ronaldo

    Cristiano Ronaldo was rested as Real Madrid came from behind to win 3-1 at Leganes on Wednesday and move back up to third place in La Liga.

  • Mourinho defends Pogba decision

    Jose Mourinho described Scott McTominay as "fantastic" in response to his decision to select the young midfielder ahead of Paul Pogba for Wednesday's Champions League last 16, first-leg draw with Sevilla.

  • Shakhtar's South Americans too strong for Roma

    Shakhtar Donetsk's South American blend proved too strong for AS Roma as goals from Facundo Ferreyra and Fred gave them a 2-1 win in a Champions League tie played in freezing conditions on Wednesday.

  • Thomas Mueller

    Mueller believes treble bid is on

    Thomas Mueller says Bayern Munich could repeat their 2013 treble after crushing 10-man Besiktas 5-0 in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie.

  • District football gets fresh impetus

    The District Football Associations (DFA) are likely to start much-awaited district football leagues from March-April after the government recently came up with a healthy financial package in this regard for the first time.

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