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Blatter to miss meetings

FIFA president to skip Thursday morning's medical conference in Zurich as well as meeting of UEFA's member association in order to manage crisis.

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Rooney no 'dictator' as captain

Louis van Gaal has insisted that Wayne Rooney is not a "dictator" as he praised his captain for his democratic brand of leadership.

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Mourinho mocks Chelsea rivals

Jose Mourinho mocked the critics of Chelsea's substance-over-style approach with a tongue-in-cheek speech at the club's end of season awards dinner.

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Suarez credits Rodgers for success

Barcelona forward Luis Suarez once again credited Liverpool and their manager Brendan Rodgers for his development as a player.

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Pochettino: Kane will be fresh

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino believes his star striker Harry Kane will be fresh before the start of the 2015-16 season despite a busy summer.

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UEFA wants election halted

UEFA has called for Friday's FIFA presidential election to be postponed, the governing body of European football has announced.

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Suarez credits Rodgers for success

Barcelona forward Luis Suarez once again credited Liverpool and their manager Brendan Rodgers for his development as a player.

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Wenger coy on Benzema, Vidal rumours

The Gunners boss admits he "likes" Juventus star Vidal but says he is "not in transfer mode" with Real Madrid forward Benzema also linked with a move.

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Liverpool want Benteke - sources

Liverpool are ready to make an offer for Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke after he plays in Saturday's FA Cup final.

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23hKevin Palmer

Welbeck out of cup final

Gunners boss Wenger confirms a knee injury will keep the 24-year-old forward out of Saturday's FA Cup final and England's upcoming internationals.

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20hJohn Brewin

Brewin: Most improved Prem players

John Brewin runs through the most improved players in the Premier League, with the likes of Ashley Young and Joe Hart turning their careers around.

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Yaya Toure is staying at City - Pellegrini

The City boss is adamant that Toure is happy to stay with the Premier league side despite Roberto Mancini's desire to take the 32-year-old to Serie A.

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17hRichard Jolly

Chicharito returns to Man United

Chicharito, 26, is facing an uncertain future after returning to Old Trafford as Real declined to take up the option to sign him on a permanent deal.

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Hazard: I must win UCL to be a top player

The 24-year-old PFA Player of the Year says he would be "silly" to leave Chelsea, and wants to adds the Champions League to his list of silverware.

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Lampard tips City, Chelsea to rule

Frank Lampard has warned Man United and Arsenal that Chelsea and Manchester City can continue to be the Premier League's dominant duo for years.

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Messi edges Ronaldo in POTY poll

Messi came first in the poll after receiving 55.87 percent of the vote, with Ronaldo finishing in second with 35.37 percent.

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23hStephan Uersfeld

De Bruyne won't return to Mourinho's Chelsea

Kevin De Bruyne will not return to Chelsea while Jose Mourinho is in charge of the club, the Wolfsburg midfielder has told Sport Bild.

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Wenger: Early Prem start 'wrong'

Arsene Wenger has hit out at the summer schedule and believes the move to start the new Premier League season a week earlier was "the wrong decision."

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Sanchez wins PFA Fans' POTY

Sanchez, 26, arrived at the Emirates Stadium last summer, with the Gunners forking out a reported £35 million to sign him from Barcelona.

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