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# football - Today’s News

Late James Milner penalty the difference as Liverpool leap to second place

The pressure on Francesco Guidolin’s shoulders grew further as Liverpool came from behind to beat Swansea City 2-1.

Mourinho says he needs more time to understand his Man United players

There are “always surprises behind the door” during your first months at a new club, according to Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.

Hughes backs Shawcross for Ibrahimovic revenge

A torrid show vs Sweden has limited Ryan Shawcross to a sole England outing. He comes face to face with Zlatan Ibrahimovic again on Sunday.

Wenger fits England criteria 'perfectly' - FA chief

Wenger fits England criteria 'perfectly' - FA chief

Does the Arsenal boss have one last job left in him after this contract?

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Settlements could see Israel thrown out of the World Cup

Clubs play on the West Bank, considered occupied land.

# football - Yesterday’s News

Benteke cancels out Lukaku opener to deny Everton win at Palace

The Belgian strikers stole the show.

Managers given bad name by Allardyce scandal, says David Moyes

‘He’ll always be a friend,’ said the Sunderland boss though.

'That is something I would never, ever do. I would not put myself in that position'

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink insists would never take payment for transfers after he was targeted by the Telegraph’s corruption probe.

'One day if I am free, why not?' Wenger open to England job

Arsene Wenger has ruled out leaving Arsenal for England right now, but he can see himself coach The Three Lions in the future.

Brendan Rodgers believes Celtic could be a top-four club in England

Rodgers says Celtic would be an “exciting prospect” south of the border, but he says teams in England see them as a threat.

Three wins on the trot for United but Mourinho not 'over the moon'

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s header gave Manchester United a 1-0 win over Zorya last night in the Europa League.

# football - Thursday 29 September, 2016

Klopp warns Liverpool squad about social media after Sakho's outburst

Jurgen Klopp says Mamadou Sakho’s social media criticism has been dealt with and has urged him to work hard to salvage his Liverpool career.

Rashford, Sanches and Coman among Golden Boy nominees

There have been 40 players nominated for this year’s Golden Boy award, including Kelechi Iheanacho, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Dele All.

I'm completely focused on Arsenal, insists Wenger amid England talk

The Football Association are searching for a new England manager following Sam Allardyce’s departure, but Arsene Wenger played down links.

# football - Tuesday 27 September, 2016

Son's second-half goal secures crucial Champions League away win for Tottenham

The South Korean striker scored in the 71st minute as Mauricio Pochettino’s men overcame CSKA Moscow.

'I didn't think England could stoop any lower... Now we're a laughing stock of world football'

'I didn't think England could stoop any lower... Now we're a laughing stock of world football'

Shearer has expressed his anger following Sam Allardyce’s departure.

Nigel Pearson suspended by Derby as his job hangs in the balance

Chris Powell will take charge of tonight’s Championship match at Cardiff City after the club requested their manager stand aside.

One man, one club, one legend: the numbers behind Totti's glorious career as he turns 40

Clubs and players have been paying tribute to the striker.

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From TheJournal.ie Sam Allardyce scandal: FA to investigate allegations against England manager Big Sam

Sam Allardyce scandal: FA to investigate allegations against England manager

The Telegraph says it has footage of the football manager negotiating a £400,000 deal.

# football - Monday 26 September, 2016

England manager Sam Allardyce filmed in newspaper sting

Allardyce met with undercover reporters, posing as businessmen from the Far East.

Jamie Vardy fears 'permanent stain against my name' following casino incident

The Leicester striker has released his autobiography.

# football - Sunday 25 September, 2016

Zabaleta warns Man City over Celtic backlash ahead of Champions League tie

Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta expects to face a different Celtic side to the one which was hammered by Barcelona.

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Totti blasts in 250th Serie A goal, but Roma lose to Joe Hart and Torino

The most important Roman since Romulus will celebrate his 40th birthday this week.

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'He is a good coach but his personality is s***' - the war of words at Man City continues

Manchester City need to instruct Pep Guardiola not to treat Yaya Toure badly because he is part of the club’s “family”, his agent says.

Brendan Rodgers hails Raheem Sterling's return to form, insists he never fell out with City star

“He is back to where he was at with me,” says the Celtic boss.

John Stones benefited from Moyes' Everton exit, says Shane Duffy

The Brighton and Ireland centre back feels Roberto Martinez was the best thing that could have happened Stones.

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Ladies football and camogie finals to be added to free-to-air list

Communications Minister Denis Naughten says the two finals are “events of major importance to Irish society”.

# football - Saturday 24 September, 2016

Ranieri wants answers from Leicester players after Old Trafford thrashing

Leicester City’s inability to play as a cohesive unit at Manchester United enraged the Italian.

Unused sub Moreno the unlikely subject of Klopp's praise after hammering Hull

The German said he was in ‘the wrong mood’ to discuss Mamadou Sakho’s outburst.

No Messi, no problem as rampant Barcelona thrash Sporting Gijon

Sporting Gijon were unable to halt a rampant Barcelona in the 5-0 loss, despite Luis Enrique’s team being without Lionel Messi.

Goal machine Aguero at the double as Guardiola maintains perfect start

Sergio Aguero scored twice on his return from a domestic suspension to continue Manchester City’s perfect start to the season at Swansea.

Bilic delays naming daughter due to West Ham worries

The Hammers boss in under pressure.

# football - Friday 23 September, 2016

Lack of Manchester United game-time 'frustrating' for Rashford

Jose Mourinho has only started Marcus Rashford once in the Premier League this season – a situation the striker is determined to change.

Pochettino backs Janssen to fill void for Spurs as Kane's remarkable run comes to an end

Tottenham must ease the burden on Vincent Janssen to fill Harry Kane’s goalscoring boots, says Mauricio Pochettino.

Wenger brushes off book claim that Mourinho wanted to 'break his face'

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wished to be “constructive” not “destructive” after claims Jose Mourinho had violent intentions towards him.

# football - Thursday 22 September, 2016

Argentina manager critical of Barcelona's treatment of Lionel Messi

Barcelona could do more to prevent Lionel Messi from picking up injuries, says Argentina coach Edgardo Bauza.

Celtic and Rangers to meet in League Cup semi-final

The Scottish League Cup semi-final will pit fierce Glasgow rivals Rangers and Celtic against one another.

Under-fire Wayne Rooney hits back at 'rubbish' criticism

Wayne Rooney is determined to answer his critics by helping Manchester United return to form.

Football League rules out possibility of incorporating the Old Firm or Premier League 'B' teams

Celtic and Rangers, as well as Premier League ‘B’ teams, will not be included in changes to the English league pyramid, the EFL has confirmed.

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