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Neymar neurosis clouds Brazil’s Wembley trip

It is with a raincloud hovering above the head of their talisman Neymar that Brazil are gearing up for their final assignment of 2017.

UK coaches Moyes, Pellegrini, Mourinho brace for upcoming season

The approaching Premier League season will be defined to a large extent by the ability of the new managers at England's three leading clubs.

Rooney transfer eclipses anticipated Scotland-England game

England's manager will hope his side can banish the Wayne Rooney transfer sideshow from sports pages by beating Scotland in this week's friendly.

Benitez tiptoes onto Chelsea tightrope

Freshly appointed as Chelsea's latest interim coach, Rafael Benitez could be forgiven for wondering whether he has accepted a poisoned chalice.

Ibrahimovic draws praise after four-goal haul against England

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has drawn praise after scoring four goals - including a jaw-dropping long-range bicycle kick - in Sweden's 4-2 win over England.

Woe for Terry as Chelsea held by Liverpool

John Terry scored a goal on his comeback but went off injured as Chelsea drew 1-1 with Liverpool, allowing Man City to go second by beating Tottenham.

Man City, Arsenal fight for Premier League wins

Manchester City and Arsenal bounced back from damaging Champions League defeats to return to winning ways in the Premier League on Saturday.

Mata at the double as Chelsea down Danes

Juan Mata scored twice as Chelsea belied an off-key performance to win 4-0 at competition debutants FC Nordsjaelland and record the first victory.

Chelsea held by Juve, Messi spares Barca

Chelsea's defence has begun with a 2-2 draw to Juventus while Lionel Messi rescued Barcelona from Spartak Moscow and Man U edged Galatasaray 1-0.

Spain reign as Italy crumble in Euro 2012 final

Spain have confirmed their status as one of the greatest teams in soccer history by overwhelming Italy 4-0 in the Euro 2012 final.

Spain a bridge too far for Blanc’s new-look France

A fan of the Spanish team, it was ironic that Laurent Blanc saw his France side fall in the quarterfinals to the players they aspire to emulate.

Portugal’s Ronaldo dedicates goals to son

Cristiano Ronaldo dedicated his goals to his baby son after claiming a brace in a 2-1 win over the Netherlands in Kharkiv at Euro 2012.

Milan, Barca poised for Champions League quarterfinals

AC Milan and defending champions Barcelona both seem well placed to progress to the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

Last chance practices for Euro 2012 contenders

With 100 days to go until Euro 2012, the leading candidates for the title have only their friendlies to experiment with until the end of the season.

Sharapova crashes out of Paris Open

Ninth seed Angelique Kerber stunned top seed Maria Sharapova, beating her to cruise into the Paris Open semifinal.

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