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Ferdinand urges patience with Mourinho.

Former Man United defender Rio Ferdinand says Jose Mourinho will need a couple more transfer windows to build his squad.

The Sweeper: Lewandowski's dream.

Dortmund break a UCL goals record, Lewandowski celebrates his wife's pregnancy and much more in The Sweeper.


'It's a dream come true' - Jennings.

England opener Keaton Jennings reflects on his debut ton for England


Who's to blame in Liverpool's defence?

Craig Burley goes through the litany of problems facing Liverpool in their defence.


The Reverse Sweep - Red cards, Gayle dotes.

The Reverse Sweep takes a look at who's been doing and saying what in the cricket world during the last 24 hours


The Sweeper: Gladbach beg for mercy!

Borussia M'gladbach beg Barca to pass to Messi, Adam Lallana sneaks food into the Camp Nou and much more in The Sweeper!


The Sweeper: MLS Cup sells out!

MLS Cup tickets sold out in less than three minutes, plus Marquinhos is the worst workout buddy ever in The Sweeper.


Westbrook's fifth straight triple-double lifts Thunder.

Russell Westbrook scores 28 points, grabs 17 rebounds and hands out 12 assists for his fifth straight triple-double as the Thunder defeat the Pelicans 101-92.


Final tributes made to Chapecoense fallen.

Thousands of supporters paid their final respects to the Chapecoense players, coaches and staff.


Prem Team of the Weekend: Week 14.

The ESPN FC crew break down their Premier League Team of the Weekend after the most recent slate of matches.


Were Man United hard done by draw?

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether bad luck or poor decisions led to Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Everton.


Too many Barca stars 'did not show up'

Though Real Madrid and Barcelona drew in El Clasico, the play of Barca's stars draws the most criticism from the FC crew.


Sanchez can be a 'top-class' striker.

Arsene Wenger hails Alexis Sanchez's abilities as a striker after the Chilean's three-goal effort at West Ham.


Bolt: Loss to Gay sparked my success.

Usain Bolt reveals that a loss to Tyson Gay in 2010 put him on the path to becoming even better than he already was.


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