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3hScott Patterson

Players will stay if LVG delivers titles

There is no use forcing the likes of Angel Di Maria to remain at Manchester United if they have given up the fight, writes Scott Patterson.

4hESPN staff

Benteke to be a 'bargain'

Christian Benteke will prove to be a bargain for Liverpool, according to manager Brendan Rodgers.

12hPA Sport

United unveil Adidas kit

Manchester United have unveiled their new Adidas home kit and it is reminiscent of their shirts of the 1980s.

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3hPA Sport

Chelsea Ladies claim FA Cup, 1st major title

Chelsea Ladies claimed the first major trophy in their history by defeating Notts County Ladies 1-0 in the SSE Women's FA Cup final at Wembley.

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2hRichard Jolly

Stuttgart 4-2 Man City: Shambolic defense

Manchester City crashed to a 4-2 defeat to Stuttgart as their preseason fixtures ended with a shambolic defensive display.

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1hESPN Staff

Warren into last four after 'bizarre' win

Scottish second seed Marc Warren is through to the semifinals of the inaugural Paul Lawrie Match Play after beating Tyrrell Hatton on their first extra hole.

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9hDaniel Brettig

Clarke: Captain needs to get off the plane

'They've got 11 and we've only got 10' - Australian skipper Michael Clarke speaks candidly about his form in this Ashes series.

7hPeter O'Rourke

Roma agree Dzeko fee - sources

Edin Dzeko's move to Roma has edged closer after the Italian club agreed a fee with Manchester City for the striker, sources have told ESPN FC.


JY Ko, Lu share lead at Women's British Open

Jin-Young Ko of South Korea and Teresa Lu of Taiwan shot 3-under 69s Saturday to share the lead after the third round of the Women's British Open, with both players chasing a first major title.

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Premier League managerial turnover unparalleled

In the past 20 years, there have been 215 managerial changes in the Premier League. Such volatility doesn't happen in American sports. Austin Lindberg crunches the numbers for ESPN FC.

1dJames Tyler

Tyler: Premier League Survival Guide

As Bournemouth, Norwich and Watford embark on Premier League adventures, James Tyler looks at recently relegated teams and offers some survival tips.

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7hSteven Lynch

Ask Steven: Sibling rivalry

How often did the Schumacher brothers finish first and second in the same Grand Prix?

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Premier League squad numbers 1-50

Since squad numbers were introduced in Great Britain in 1993, players have chosen to express themselves by the numbers on their back. But has someone worn every number from 1 to 50?

1dAndrew Mangan

Walcott must justify his new Arsenal deal

Theo Walcott has a new Arsenal need but he needs to justify the faith put in him, while Santi Cazorla's extension is well deserves, says Andrew Mangan

11hESPN staff

Remy wants to play more

Loic Remy is targeting a more significant role at Chelsea team as they look to defend their Premier League title this season.

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11hESPN Staff and Associated Press

Beijing to host 2022 Winter Olympics

China's capital will become the first city to host both the summer and winter Olympics having hosted the Games in 2008.

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23hESPN staff

Friendlies: Lambert signs, nets two for WBA

Rickie Lambert enjoyed a whirlwind start to his West Brom career on Friday, marking his debut with two goals just hours after signing a two-year deal.



Arturo Vidal makes his Bayern Munich debut in the 74th minute of the German Super Cup, replacing Thiago with his side 1-0 up over Wolfsburg.


Halftime in the Trophee des Champions, where PSG lead Lyon 2-0 through goals from Aurier and Cavani.


GOAL for Bayern Munich! Arjen Robben returns and he has the Bundesliga champs up 1-0 over Wolfsburg in the German Super Cup!


Fank Lampard makes his #NYCFC debut in the 69th minute to a roaring standing ovation at Yankee Stadium.


GOAL for PSG! Edinson Cavani doubles the capital outfit's lead over Lyon in the Trophee des Champions! It's 2-0!


Halftime in the German Super Cup, where Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg are scoreless in an end-to-end contest.


GOAL for PSG! Serge Aurier heads home David Luiz's fizzing cross to put Les Parisiens up 1-0 over Lyon in the Trophee des Champions!