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# football - Today’s News

Wenger: If I take you out, you’ll see that I like to spend money

Jovial Arsenal boss denies he has an issue with splashing the cash, and is willing to prove it.

Barca are ‘beautiful to watch, out of this world, from another planet’

That’s coming from the side they just thrashed 6-1.

# football - Yesterday’s News

From Good news: France gives green light for Euro 2016 fan zones Beefed Up Security

Good news: France gives green light for Euro 2016 fan zones

The Uefa fan zones were under threat after the recent terrorist attacks.

PSG to make further tribute to Paris attack victims

The words ‘je suis Paris’ will replace the sponsor on Paris Saint-Germain’s shirts for the next two games.

# football - Monday 23 November, 2015

Vardy reveals secrets behind goalscoring record, Ranieri compares him to Batigol

The Leicester City forward has regular cryotherapy treatment and analyses defenders’ weaknesses before matches.

Van Gaal confident Manchester United will progress in Champions League

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is confident they will beat PSV and book their ticket for the Champions League knockout stages.

# football - Sunday 22 November, 2015

Are Spurs in the title race? Harry Kane hit a double to continue fine form

Tottenham cruised to an impressive victory over West Ham.

Martin Skrtel had one last swipe at Man City after yesterday’s game

The defender put the boot in after Liverpool made a mockery of their hosts.

Scholes ‘not convinced’ United are good enough to win the league

The former midfielder says Louis van Gaal’s side will be relying on their rivals to slip up.

# football - Saturday 21 November, 2015

Jurgen Klopp hails ‘big step and big day’ for Liverpool LFC

Jurgen Klopp hails ‘big step and big day’ for Liverpool

The Reds made a mockery of Manchester City at the Ethiad Stadium.

Coutinho and Firmino inspire Liverpool to stunning win over City

The duo exposed some shoddy defending to record a thrilling away victory.

Manchester United need ‘overall change’, warns Moyes

The Scottish coach thinks it will be a while before the Red Devils are a force to be reckoned with.

Klopp: we have to make sure nobody wants to leave Anfield

The Reds boss is keen to avoid another episode like the one that saw Raheem Sterling leave the club shortly before his arrival at Anfield.

Life after Messi? Neymar and Suarez give Barca food for thought

Lionel Messi is set to make his Barcelona return in El Clasico although they have not exactly struggled in his absence.

# football - Friday 20 November, 2015

Benitez’s sorry Barcelona record in La Liga could spell trouble

Rafael Benitez is under pressure ahead of the Clasico and his record at home against Barcelona does not paint an encouraging picture.

Manchester United hit by injury crisis ahead of Watford clash

Wayne Rooney will join Anthony Martial, Michael Carrick, Marouane Fellaini and Antonio Valencia on the sidelines.

Ronald Koeman was not impressed with Ireland picking Shane Long during the week

Southampton have no new injury worries following the international break as they prepare to face Stoke.

# football - Thursday 19 November, 2015

Turkish club claims deal in place for Pirlo and Ronaldinho

The pair are interested in joining Antalyaspor, according to club chairman Gultekin Gencer.

‘Mr Scholes will be very angry’ – Van Gaal talks up his attacking pedigree

The Dutchman insists he can play attractive football despite suggestions to the contrary.

# football - Wednesday 18 November, 2015

Liverpool plan Gerrard reunion but the midfielder won’t be wearing red

LA Galaxy’s Steven Gerrard could face his former club for the first time next summer.

# football - Tuesday 17 November, 2015

Excellent strikes from Alli and Rooney give England friendly win over France

Players and fans from England and France paid tribute to the victims of the Paris attacks before Dele Alli and Wayne Rooney got the goals.

After sixth attempt in 18 years, Ukraine end play-off curse

Slovenia suffered a night of frustration as Ukraine moved through to Euro 2016.

From Struggling to finance a trip to the Euros? There’s a loan for that… Give It A Lash

Struggling to finance a trip to the Euros? There’s a loan for that…

Ireland’s credit unions are not averse to financing the holiday of a lifetime.

# football - Monday 16 November, 2015

From Aviva Stadium minute’s silence for Paris victims marred by ‘disgusting’ shouts and boos No Respect This post contains videos

Aviva Stadium minute’s silence for Paris victims marred by ‘disgusting’ shouts and boos

It appears that some supporters in the Bosnian end did not observe the silence.

‘Steven Gerrard found it hard to adjust to MLS’

The Liverpool legend found football in the US harder than expected in his first season.

Fabregas ranks England as ‘one of the favourites’ for Euro 2016

Roy Hodgson’s side have the potential to succeed in France next year, says the Chelsea midfielder.

# football - Saturday 14 November, 2015

French football chief admits Euro 2016 concerns after Paris attacks

Safety at Euro 2016 is a growing concern after Paris attacks, admits FFF president Noel Le Graet.

Bosnia boss: ‘It was very difficult to give my players any directions because I couldn’t see’

Mehmed Bazdarevic didn’t see much of last night’s second-half.

# football - Friday 13 November, 2015

Northern Ireland win their first friendly in over 7 years

Captain Steven Davis scored in a 1-0 win against Latvia to kick off their Euro 2016 preparations.

Beckham urges Ronaldo to return to Manchester United

The former England captain is hopeful the Real Madrid star will return to Old Trafford.

Coutinho nets twice in Liverpool friendly win

After being overlooked by Brazil, Philippe Coutinho inspired the Reds to victory.

We’ll Leave It There So: Provinces get set for Euro adventure, Clare bans tweeting and all today’s sports

We’ll also have news from Clare hurling and the NFL.

# football - Thursday 12 November, 2015

‘They made the right appointment in Klopp’ – Ancelotti denies Liverpool talks

The ex-Chelsea manager was reportedly sounded out following the departure of Brendan Rodgers.

# football - Wednesday 11 November, 2015

One of the best players of the 2012-13 PL season is relaunching his career in Spain’s 4th tier

Tercera division club Union Popular de Langreo are coached by the player’s brother.

# football - Tuesday 10 November, 2015

Vardy on Real Madrid rumours – ‘It’s all speculation’

The Premier League player of the Month for October has been attracting speculation of late.

# football - Monday 9 November, 2015

As expected, David Moyes has been sacked by Real Sociedad

Real Sociedad were beaten by Las Palmas on Friday and the club have opted to sack head coach David Moyes.

‘I did not have final say on Aston Villa signings’

Aston Villa’s owner is the man with the final say in signings, according to the former manager.

# football - Sunday 8 November, 2015

‘My mother and grandmother know we must score more’ — LVG summons the spirit of Harry Redknapp

The Red Devils manager insisted he is not surprised with the fans’ calls for attacking football and revealed he shares their feelings.

From Why Jose Mourinho deserves our compassion Opinion

Why Jose Mourinho deserves our compassion

Jose Mourinho’s father underwent surgery on a brain hemorrhage and has been seriously ill. It puts Chelsea’s current woes into perspective, writes Paul Allen.

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