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#Football

# football - Thursday 16 August, 2018

Steven Gerrard's Rangers one step away from Europa League group stage

Allan McGregor saved a stoppage-time penalty as the Scottish side advanced to the Europa League play-off round.

Emery ends Arsenal 'keeper debate by giving Cech vote of confidence for Chelsea

The Arsenal manager has reaffirmed his faith in the veteran shot stopper.

Arsenal midfielder suffers fracture to his leg

The Gunners are expected to be without Ainsley Maitland-Niles for two months after his sustained the injury against Manchester City.

'The plan is to come back stronger' - Ireland's Sean Maguire on overcoming adversity

The Preston North End striker believes past experiences have helped him cope with this latest injury.

Ozil's racism claims nonsense, says Kroos

The 29-year-old Arsenal midfielder retired from internationals following Germany’s shock World Cup group-stage exit.

# football - Wednesday 15 August, 2018

Atletico put four past Lopetegui's Real Madrid to lift Super Cup after extra-time

Goals from Diego Costa (2), Saul Niguez and Koke helped Diego Simeone’s side to victory.

Gundogan ready to step up in absence of injured De Bruyne

Kevin De Bruyne is reportedly in danger of a three-month injury lay-off, but Ilkay Gundogan is hoping to kick on and step up in his absence.

Messi promises to do 'everything possible' to guide Barcelona back on top of Europe

The Argentine is proud to pull on the armband and hopes he can fill the big shoes left by the departing Andres Iniesta.

Rodgers unimpressed by absence of 'fit' Boyata

Celtic were knocked out of the Champions League by AEK last night.

# football - Tuesday 14 August, 2018

Disappointment for Celtic as Rodgers' men dumped out of Champions League

Scott Sinclair headed in late on, but it was not enough to save Celtic in Athens.

Ronaldo's overhead kick and Eriksen strike against Ireland up for Uefa Goal of the Season Sweetly Hit This post contains videos

Ronaldo's overhead kick and Eriksen strike against Ireland up for Uefa Goal of the Season

11 nominations have been announced today.

'Certain amount of racism' behind Sterling criticism - Ian Wright

Raheem Sterling was subjected to a lot of criticism prior to the World Cup.

'He's very vocal. That helps me and everyone in the back line' - Van Dijk praises Alisson impact

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk lauded the arrival of Brazil international Alisson at Anfield.

'That we managed to bring Ronaldo to Juventus is something exceptional' – Nedved

Juventus vice-president and former star player Pavel Nedved is excited about the future after Cristiano Ronaldo swapped Real Madrid for Turin.

# football - Monday 13 August, 2018

'No chance' Willian would have stayed at Chelsea under Conte

If Antonio Conte had remained in charge at Chelsea, Brazil international Willian says he would have left Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea midfielder Bakayoko arrives in Italy ahead of Milan move

The Frenchman has failed to live up to expectations since joining from Monaco and he is having a medical for the Rossoneri today.

# football - Saturday 11 August, 2018

Teammates with Soccer Saturday's Kammy Unbelievable Jeff This post contains videos

Teammates with Soccer Saturday's Kammy

The iconic show makes its return today and Kammy fills us in on the behind-the-scenes info.

# football - Friday 10 August, 2018

Celtic re-sign popular left-back after short spell in Saudi Arabia

Emilio Izaguirre returns to Scotland having won six league titles in seven years during his previous spell with Celtic.

Messi succeeds Iniesta as Barcelona's new club captain

In a quartet of La Masia products, Sergio Busquets, Gerard Pique and Sergi Roberto will act as vice captains.

'A lie repeated 1000 times is still a lie' - Mourinho happy with squad despite transfer woes

The Red Devils failed to sign any new players on deadline day but the Portuguese is adamant that he is still looking forward to the 2018-19 season.

# football - Thursday 9 August, 2018

Joe Hart keeps clean sheet on debut as Burnley's European hopes in the balance

Istanbul Basaksehir played out a battling goalless draw with the Premier League side.

Steven Gerrard's Rangers in pole position to qualify for Europa League play-offs

The Scottish club will take a two-goal lead to Slovenia after seeing off Maribor in the first leg.

Fulham break their transfer record for €30 million Marseille star

Cameroon international Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa has completed a move to the Premier League newcomers.

Danny Ings leaves Liverpool in €22 million deal

The striker has joined Southampton on an initial loan deal with an obligation to buy.

Parma's fairytale return to Serie A receives boost as 5-point penalty is overturned

Parma managing director Luca Carra has expressed his delight after the club had a five-point penalty significantly reduced.

Man City sign Australian wonderkid but he's expected to head straight to Celtic

The 2018 World Cup’s youngest player and the A-League’s Young Player of the Year, Daniel Arzani, has joined the Premier League champions.

We asked Kammy to pick three Premier League players that could play GAA

Sky Sports’ Chris Kamara got a handle of Gaelic football last year.

'I'm not confident' - Mourinho does not expect United to make any signings on deadline day

Man United have been linked with Harry Maguire, Toby Alderweireld and Jerome Boateng but Jose Mourinho does not expect more arrivals.

# football - Wednesday 8 August, 2018

Celtic in trouble in Europe after costly home draw with 10-man AEK Athens

The Greeks grabbed a crucial away goal as they held Celtic to a draw in their Champions League qualifier in Glasgow.

Liverpool keeper Karius thanks Anfield faithful after their show of support

The Reds played their first match at home since the German’s Champions League final gaffes, but he received a warm reception last night.

Darren Randolph keeps clean sheet as Boro see off Blades

Middlesbrough served notice of their promotion credentials by breezing past Sheffield United, while West Brom grabbed a draw at Forest.

# football - Tuesday 7 August, 2018

Liverpool conclude free-scoring pre-season with win over Torino

Roberto Firmino, Georginio Wijnaldum and Daniel Sturridge were on target for Liverpool after Fabinho missed a penalty.

'An incredibly sad day', 'dreadful' - Arsenal legend and supporters' trust lament Kroenke takeover

The US businessman has launched a £1.8 billion bid for the North London club.

Real Madrid target Courtois fuels exit rumours as goalkeeper fails to report for Chelsea training

Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois appears to be edging closer to a transfer after reportedly skipping a training session.

# football - Monday 6 August, 2018

Hourihane and Whelan feature as Villa punish Hull to bag first Championship win of the season

Ahmed El Mohamady shone against his former club as Aston Villa beat Hull in their opening match of the new campaign.

'Hendo is so important to us' - Klopp says Henderson still key despite Fabinho and Keita signings

Two key signings mean that the fight for midfield places is fiercer than ever at Anfield, but the England star will continue to play a big role.

Dutch legends Seedorf and Kluivert take charge of Cameroon national team

The Africa Cup of Nations champions have announced the appointments of the former Netherlands duo as their new coaching team.

Arturo Vidal ready to 'win everything' after agreeing €20m move to Barcelona

The Chilean midfielder is eyeing silverware after moving to the Camp Nou from Bayern.

# football - Sunday 5 August, 2018

Aguero shines with a double as Man City complete Community Shield triumph

Maurizio Sarri’s first competitive match in charge of Chelsea ended in defeat as Sergio Aguero reached 201 Manchester City goals.

'An all-round good performance' - Klopp applauds £65 million Alisson after Dublin debut

The Brazilian goalkeeper made his first Liverpool appearance as they battered Napoli on Saturday.