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Portsmouth’s fan takeover twist
Portsmouth have been thrown into another takeover twist following former owner Balram Chainrai confirming he had made a fresh bid for the club in the last 24 hours. Chainrai who had withdrawn an offer for Pompey last week has flung supporters into confusion today, with the club's administrator confirming Chainrai had made a new bid for the club.
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Villas-Boas will not strengthen squad
Tottenham manager, Andre Villas-Boas has told media to rule out all speculation of transfer talk at White Hart Lane, and that his Summer spending is over, whether star man, Luka Modric leaves or not.
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Bayer Leverkusen manager Sami Hyypia is keen to make The Bundesliga start against Eintracht Frankfurt
The German Bundesliga starts this weekend when Bayer Leverkusen will take on the newcomers Eintracht Frankfurt who are promoted from Bundesliga 2 this season.
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Ryan O’Leary Interview 18/8/12
Ryan O'Leary Interview: Kilmarnock defending player Ryan O'Leary talks about his start to the season before their clash with Motherwell on 18/8/12.
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Dortmund prepare to defend Bundesliga title
Borussia Dortmund head into the Bundesliga' opening fixture this week, following their two successive titles they've lifted. Dortmund gaffer, Juergen Klopp has played down talk that his side'll take home a third successive title this season, and has told media that this years competition is strong.
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Di Matteo with Blues start to new season
Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo has praised his players, following their perfect start to the new season. The Italian has told press, work is still to be done at the back, but couldn't of asked more of the club's attackers.
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Beckham cherishes Olympics memories
David Beckham has praised how smoothly the London Olympics went this Summer, and has said he was proud of how the nation worked together to form such a memorable fortnight. Beckham was an ambassador for the Olympics, which was described my many as "one of the most remarkable and sensational Olympics" to remember.
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I’d be a nutcase to let Carroll go – Rodgers
Liverpool boss, Brendan Rodgers has labelled himself "a nutcase" if he was to let Andy Carroll go out on loan this season. The striker has attracted interest from several Premier League outlets, including West Ham but the Liverpool gaffer has dismissed talk of the player leaving the club, whether it's on loan or permanently.
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Jarvis and Fletcher set to depart Molineux
Matt Jarvis and Steven Fletcher are set to leave Wolves, following bids being accepted for the duo. West Ham had made a £7.5m bid for winger, Jarvis, including add-ons, in which the fee would rise to £10m.
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Di Matteo praises new boy Hazard
Roberto Di Matteo has praised new signing, Eden Hazard following his two performances in a Chelsea shirt. Hazard proved to be an influential figure during last Sunday's clash at Wigan, setting up the first goal, as well as winning a penalty, converted by fellow team mate, Frank Lampard.
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European transfer roundup
European transfer roundup: Mega-rich Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala are believed to be preparing a mammoth 68 million euros offer for Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao...
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Pardew accepts FA charge
Newcastle manager, Alan Pardew has accepted FA's charge made against him, following an incident at the weekend involving the Magpies manager and a linesman. The former West Ham manager, accordingly "pushed" the linesman nearest him during Newcastle's clash with Tottenham.
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Concentration cost us – Mcdermott
Reading were under a third of an hour away from pulling off this season's biggest shock, as they lead European champions, Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. The Blues managed to pull back the lead, with their clinical finishing giving them the killer touch to take all three points.
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