Football News

Be patient with new signings – Wenger
Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has pleaded with Gunners' fans, asking them to give the new signings made this Summer time and to be patient. Arsenal suffered their second setback this season, enduring their second stalemate in their second game of the season at Stoke.
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Vilanova warns defenders of Messi danger
Barcelona boss, Tito Vilanova has praised his players, but more importantly Lionel Messi following his double strike, giving Barcelona all three points yesterday. The Spanish giants were a goal behind with a quarter of an hour remaining, until the world's best player sprung up with the goods and smashed two goals in the back of the net to swipe the three points from Osasuna's grasp.
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Luka Modric transfer to Real Madrid – Villas-Boas not panicking
After a long time Luka Modric is finaly in Real Madrid, the transfer saga is over. It seems that it became quite popular to make a saga over transfers with great players and clubs involded, I guess this sells more newspapers.
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John McGlynn & Jamie Macdonald 26/8/12
Post-match reaction from John McGlynn and Jamie Macdonald after Hearts' 0-0 with Aberdeen on Sunday at Pittodrie.
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Getafe deserved victory against Real Madrid – Jose Mourinho
"It was a deserved victory for Getafe." - Jose Mourinho.
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Bayern pleased with professional performance
"We improved already during the first half and Fuerth got tired. In the second half we had more room on the pitch which we used in a good way." - Toni Kroos.
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Tottenam deserved to win against West Brom – Villas-Boas
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Chelsea’s Roberto Di Matteo pleased with Eden Hazard start of the season
Chelsea's Roberto Di Matteo pleased with Eden Hazard: "I was very pleased with the performance considering it was our third game in six days." - Roberto Di Matteo.
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Serie A roundup – 25 August
Serie A round up: Udinese suffered a shock defeat to Fiorentina in their Serie A opener on Saturday.
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Rooney cut by Fulham, to miss four weeks
Wayne Rooney will miss one month after severely injuring his leg versus Fulham. "Wayne Rooney's been whisked off to hospital immediately and it looks a bad one," Sir Alex Ferguson said after the match.
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Robin van Persie nets first goal for Manchester United vs Fulham
Manchester United's new signing Robin van Persie gets his first goal against Fulham.
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John Terry in World Cup 2014 Brasil qualifying plans – Hodgson
John Terry is certain to be involved in England's qualifications for World Cup 2014 in Brasil. Roy Hodgson wants the "Englands best warrior". However, he faces uncertainty over the FA charge brought against him.
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Serie A Week 1 preview
Juventus begin the defence of their Serie A title at home to Parma on Saturday, with head coach Antonio Conte beginning a 10 month touchline ban.
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