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5hESPN staff

Allardyce accuses Wenger of 'arrogance'

New Sunderland manager Allardyce admits in a new book that he took pleasure from winding up Wenger and said: "I enjoyed beating Arsenal more than anyone."

12hAssociated Press

Makudi will appeal FIFA suspension - lawyer

A lawyer acting for Worawi Makudi says the Thai football association president will immediately appeal his 90-day suspension handed down by FIFA.

4hESPN staff

Newcastle pitch 'fantastic' despite rugby

Newcastle United's pitch will be "fantastic" for their match at home to Norwich City on Sunday, according to deputy head groundsman Andrew Tully.

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Zidane: Ronaldo driven by Messi rivalry

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo's incredible goal-scoring feats are motivated by competing with Barcelona forward Lionel Messi, according to Bernabeu legend Zinedine Zidane.

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21hRichard Jolly

United's Rooney will be fit to face Everton

Rooney missed England's 2-0 victory over Estonia on Friday and did not travel to Lithuania for Monday's Euro 2016 qualifier because of ankle injury.

21hMark Rodden

Klopp won't be targeting Dortmund stars

Speculation has linked Dortmund players including centre-back Mats Hummels and midfielders Ilkay Gundogan and Marco Reus with Anfield moves.

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1dESPN Staff

Muller hints at Premier League move

The transfer window might be closed, but the rumours keep ticking. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest and greatest.

2dRichard Jolly

Martial: United can win Prem and UCL

Anthony Martial feels Manchester United can do a double by winning both the Premier League and the Champions League this year.

3dRichard Jolly

Aguero and Silva injuries hit Man City

Sergio Aguero has been ruled out for a month and David Silva could be sidelined for three weeks as Man City are set to face a pivotal spell.

2dAndrew Mangan

Wenger must make amends for Cech call

Arsenal's Arsene Wenger and Petr Cech have got things wrong so far this season, but both have the experience and intelligence to put them right.