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Townsend stunner earns draw

The Tottenham midfielder fired home a rocket from 20 yards to cancel out the first-half opener from Graziano Pelle as England continue their unbeaten run since their dismal World Cup campaign.

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Arsenal, Juventus bid for Dybala

Arsenal and Juventus have both made offers for Paulo Dybala, according to Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini.

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Lineker: U21s need support

Gary Lineker has claimed it would be a "national disgrace" if Premier League clubs tried to prevent their players playing for England in this summer's European Under-21 Championship.

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City star Silva open to future La Liga return

Man City playmaker David Silva says he could see himself returning to La Liga later in his career, suggesting Valencia and Las Palmas as potential destinations.

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Belgium 1-0 Israel: Fellaini stars again

Ten-man Belgium held on to beat Israel 1-0 in a 2016 European Championship qualifier on Tuesday after Marouane Fellaini scored an early goal and captain Vincent Kompany was sent off midway through the second half.

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Man Utd's Mata wants back in Spain squad

The 26-year-old has not featured for La Roja since a 3-0 triumph over Australia in Spain's final group game at last year's World Cup in Brazil.

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Sources: Utd trial for non-league starlet

The 21-year-old was on Manchester City's books for nine years as a junior, is on trial for a week with United after impressing for Glossop North End.

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Southampton announce first profit since 2009

Southampton have announced after tax profits of £33.4 million for the year ending June 30, 2014, their first full-year profit since the club went into administration in 2009.


Kane gets England start vs. Italy

Tottenham striker Harry Kane will make his full England debut against Italy in Turin on Tuesday night, Roy Hodgson has announced.

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Clubs 'must pressure FIFA'

FIFA whistleblower Bonita Mersiades has urged leading European clubs to put pressure on world football's governing body.

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Neymar: This isn't UFC

Neymar has likened Gary Medel's foul on him during Brazil's 1-0 win over Chile to something from UFC.

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Hummels unsure over future

Manchester United target Mats Hummels has told kicker he is considering his Borussia Dortmund future.

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Bellerin explains Barcelona exit

Having impressed his manager this season, Bellerin has been offered a new contract at the Emirates and insisted that he now feels at home playing in England.


United yet to open Smalling contract talks

Smalling's current deal expires in 2016 and United run the risk of losing the England international -- who cost £10.5 million when he joined from Fulham in 2010 -- on a free transfer next year.


Bale: I don't need to answer Madrid critics

Bale, 25, came into the Group B qualifier in Haifa with his form at Real Madrid under huge scrutiny from both supporters and the Spanish media, while his car was attacked at the club's training complex in the wake of last week's 2-1 defeat to Barcelona.


Henderson sees long Anfield stay

Liverpool vice-captain Jordan Henderson insists they will not get carried away with beating reigning Premier League champions Manchester City as the memories of last season's title heartbreak provide a reminder of what can go wrong.

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Israel 0-3 Wales

Gareth Bale turned on the style as Wales took a huge step towards qualifying for Euro 2016 with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Israel in Haifa.


Falcao plays down talk of Juventus move

Falcao, 29, has struggled to make a real impact since arriving at United on loan from Monaco last summer, having scored just four goals in 22 appearances.



BREAKING: Real Madrid have reached an agreement with Porto to sign Danilo.


What a save from Buffon! Wayne Rooney came charging into the box and got a shot off, but Buffon saves down low.


GOAL ENGLAND! Andros Townsend with a great strike from just outside the area. It's 1-1!