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22mRichard Jolly

'Normal One' Klopp: I'll control transfers

New Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is keen to avoid any Jose Mourinho-style tags, but will have "the first and last word" on transfers at Anfield.

8hPA Sport

Aguero injures hamstring in Argentina loss

Sergio Aguero will miss Argentina's World Cup qualifying clash with Paraguay after suffering a hamstring injury in his country's 2-0 loss to Ecuador.

1dMike Whalley

Liverpool coaches leave jobs - sources

Assistant manager Sean O'Driscoll and first-team coach Gary McAllister have lost their jobs in a reshuffle to prepare for Jurgen Klopp's arrival.

20hPeter O'Rourke

Ramires in talks over new deal - sources

Ramires' current deal expires in 2017 and Chelsea are in talks to hand him a new four-year contract to keep him at the club until 2019.

22hPA sport

FA's Dyke scheduled to appear before MPs

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke will give evidence to MPs on the FA's backing for Michel Platini at a parliamentary hearing in two weeks' time

21hAndy Mitten

Beckham deserved different United ending

As David Beckham returns to Old Trafford to play in a charity match, Andy Mitten revisits the former No. 7's departure from Manchester United.

2dESPN staff

Mou the best coach for Chelsea - Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas has voiced his belief that Jose Mourinho is the best coach for Chelsea, and it's just a matter of time before the Blues turn it around.

2dMark Rodden

Liverpool a great fit for Klopp - Hummels

Borussia Dortmund captain Mats Hummels says Liverpool seems a suitable club for someone who lives and breathes football the way Jurgen Klopp does.

23hJulien Laurens

Laurens: Schneiderlin deserves LVG's trust

Morgan Schneiderlin has been solid during his time at Man United but Louis Van Gaal hasn't used him in some key matches. That needs to change.

2dMark Rodden

Zouma says Mourinho 'knows everything'

Kurt Zouma has offered his backing to under pressure Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, saying the Portuguese is "incredibly intelligent."

2dMark Rodden

Ozil confident Arsenal can beat Bayern

Mesut Ozil says Arsenal's win over Manchester United shows that they have what it takes to salvage their Champions League campaign.

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2dESPN staff

Rest will benefit Hazard at Euros - father

The Chelsea midfielder's struggles have led to less playing time, which could result in him feeling less tired at the Euros, according to his father.

2dESPN staff

Morrison regrets not taking United chance

Lazio midfielder Ravel Morrison has told SunSport he is "misunderstood" but he has accepted he was given "too many chances" at Manchester United.

2dDermot Corrigan

Torres hoping to prolong Atletico stay

Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres says he is hopeful he can agree a deal to stay at the Calderon club beyond the end of the current season.

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2dPA Sport

Team doctors need protection - FA chief

Managers who attempt to interfere with the treatment of players by team doctors should face disciplinary action, according the FA's Heather Rabbatts.

3dMark Rodden

Giroud has lost confidence - Deschamps

France coach Didier Deschamps has acknowledged that Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud is going through a tough time at both club and international level.

3dAssociated Press

Chung expecting 19-year FIFA suspension

FIFA presidential contender Chung Mong-joon said on Tuesday he is facing a 19-year suspension by the ethics committee of the world football body.

3dRichard Jolly

Ings: England call completely unexpected

Danny Ings has revealed his England call-up came as a bolt from the blue and said he had no hint he was about to be chosen by Roy Hodgson.

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4dESPN staff

Injured Rojo out of Argentina's qualifiers

Man United defender Marcos Rojo will not feature for Argentina in their World Cup qualifiers this week while he recovers from a hamstring injury.

3dESPN staff

Xavi hopes to return to Barca as coach

Xavi is preparing himself for management in the Aspire Academy in Qatar, with one eye on a coaching position back at his beloved Barcelona.



Klopp asked if he should be described as 'The Special One' like Jose Mourinho? "I'm a normal guy. I'm the normal one."


Klopp on the transfer committee: "Not a problem, we talked about it for 10 seconds... I have the first and the last word on transfers."


What attracted you to Liverpool? Jurgen Klopp: "The intensity. It's how the people here live football. It's a special club."


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