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  1. Wayne Rooney's goal celebration has been catching on with his family membersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Watford Observer

    Wayne Rooney has revealed his son Kai has been copying his goal celebration in front of his classmates at school. Not for the first time in his career, Rooney found himself the subject of a number of unwanted headlines last month after a video was published which apparently showed him being knocked out in a playful fight with former Manchester United team-mate Phil Bardsley.

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  2. Sons of Robin van Persie and former Manchester United stars Darren...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Top 50 most shocking Premier League moments: Suarez biting Ivanovic, Pardew headbutting Meyler and Cantona's kung-fu kick... after counting down all this week, who is in at No 1? Euro 2016 lowdown: Who's on the way to France next summer? Which big boys are in trouble? And which minnows could sneak into the new 24-team tournament? Sturridge facing up to a month out after extent of hip injury that forced him out of England squad is revealed Falcao can't get a start for United, but striker sends a message to Van Gaal as he scores twice in FOUR minutes for Colombia Fashanu was NOT leader of the Crazy Gang, he was just a bit of a clown: Gibson opens up on life with Wimbledon Xavi to end glittering Barcelona career as Spain legend is poised to sign three-year deal with Qatar side Al Sadd Suarez: It's more difficult to play my game at Barcelona than it was at Liverpool... the style is a new ... (more)

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  3. Harry Kane Deserves England Chance but Ings, Walcott Can Still Contribute TooRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | BleacherReport

    As England prepare for two matches over the next few days, plenty of conversations and watchful eyes will turn to the attacking portion of the team, eager to see whether boss Roy hands a debut to Harry Kane and if the Tottenham Hotspur forward can take his scoring prowess from club level to the full international stage. Euro 2016 qualifier at home to Lithuania and a friendly in Italy will not offer total proof one way or another, but the first steps must be taken at some point and Kane, who has scored six in 10 at U-21 level for his nation, is likely to play a significant part in these matches.

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  4. How can England get the best out of Harry Kane?Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Goal.com

    THE DOSSIER: The Tottenham forward has stormed into the international reckoning with his club form but can the Three Lions adapt their squad to make him feel at home? Harry Kane 's ascension to the senior England squad could have waited no longer and it looks certain that Roy Hodgson will throw the Tottenham striker straight into the action against Lithuania on Friday. In the injury-enforced absence of Daniel Sturridge, Kane has a strong case to already be his country's main man up front, especially while captain Wayne Rooney recovers from his unsuccessful spell in midfield.

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  5. Dubai World Cup 2015: Racecards, Odds, TV Info, Live Stream and Meydan ScheduleRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | BleacherReport

    According to the piece, over the entire day there will be around $30 million up for grabs. The event has grown in stature since it was first run in 1996, and this year's spectacle has attracted some of the finest horses, jockeys and trainers in the world, all looking to battle it out for a share of the lucrative prize fund.

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  6. Liverpool news and transfers: Luiz Adriano keen to leave Shakhtar at end of contract?Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    PLUS: A boost for the Reds in the hunt for Shakhtar striker Luiz Adriano, who has been attracting interest after becoming Champions League top goalscorer Liverpool striker Sturridge was sent home from England duty with a hip injury, and scans have revealed it is worse than first feared. Sturridge has suffered a torn hip muscle in Sunday's loss to Manchester United.

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  7. How F1 is shaping English footballRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | BBC News

    How long does it take a group of footballers to change the tyres on a Mercedes Formula 1 car - and what is its relevance to the next generation of British coaches and managers? The answers to both can be found on a crisp day at St George's Park at the Football Association's A 100m National Football Centre, tucked away in the Staffordshire countryside in Burton upon Trent. The Mercedes F1 team are passing on lessons in leadership to future management hopefuls as part of a session for the They include former England internationals Phil Neville and Scott Parker, Spurs goalkeeper Brad Friedel, Brentford boss Mark Warburton, Burton Albion manager Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink and Neil Adams, who recently stepped down as manager of Norwich City.

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  8. Victoria Beckham looks oh so chic as she arrives in LA... despite her smudged lipstickRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Can't strip away her style! Victoria Beckham looks oh so chic as she arrives in LA... despite her smudged lipstick The 40-year-old singer-turned-fashion designer showed off her effortless elegance as she arrived at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday. Displaying her lean figure, the wife of soccer star David Beckham sported a sleeveless draping black blouse which she tucked into a pair of designer skinny jeans.

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  9. England v LithuaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | BBC News

    England manager Roy Hodgson could give Tottenham striker Harry Kane his debut in their Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania at sold-out Wembley Stadium. Lithuania will be without striker Lukas Spalvis, who has a knee problem, but midfielder Fedor Cernych is available after he recovered from a foot injury.

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  10. Paul Scholes: It's amazing Manchester United midfielder Michael...Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Independent

    I expect Michael Carrick to play for England against Lithuania tonight. He is back in favour for his club and it will probably follow that he plays for his country too.

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  11. If Courtney Lawes' tackle on Jules Plisson was legal, that explains ...Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    If it had happened in a street outside the stadium police may well have been called to investigate if there were grounds for an assault charge There has been no apology from Lawes for a violent act which cast a pall over an otherwise heroic England victory The stampede by rugby's dinosaurs to defend that monstrous Courtney Lawes tackle against France as perfectly legal has been as alarming as the potentially back-breaking hit itself. The stamp by Steven Gerrard against Manchester United was no more than a petulant irritant which threatened no real damage but he was rightly sent off and roundly castigated by football at large.

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  12. Jay Bothroyd, the J-League and why more English players should move abroad to play their footballRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    The football journeyman who swapped England for Japan believes more players should spread their wings as it could boost their chances of playing for national team But Bothroyd says our insular attitude is holding back our national team and is "amazed" more top English players do not go to Spain, Italy and Germany to better their football education. The striker, capped once by England , started at Arsenal and had a good career at Coventry, Charlton, Wolves, Cardiff and QPR but says his best A experiences have been overseas.

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  13. Hurst: Kane must stay at top levelRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Football.co.uk

    World Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst believes Harry Kane should become a permanent fixture in Roy Hodgson's senior England squad and has backed the Tottenham striker to make his mark at the top level. It is widely anticipated that the 21-year-old Kane will make his England debut in Friday's European Championship qualifier against Lithuania at Wembley, having already notched 29 goals across all competitions for Spurs this season.

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  14. Robbie Savage on Gerrard: Liverpool skipper's stamp was...Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    Swift apology for the foul that could end up costing the Reds a top 4 finish doesn't make it less of a crime than Diego Costa on Emre Can Legend or not, Steven Gerrard 's red card for stamping on Manchester United's Ander Herrera could cost Liverpool a Champions League place. Getting himself sent off within 40 seconds of coming on as a half-time substitute last Sunday was inexcusable from a player of Gerrard's standing - and we are talking about an all-time great here.

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  15. Sir Geoff Hurst wants to see Harry Kane establish himself in the England sideRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Sporting Life

    It is widely anticipated that the 21-year-old Kane will make his England debut in Friday's European Championship qualifier against Lithuania at Wembley, having already notched 29 goals across all competitions for Spurs this season. But Kane's maiden call-up to senior duty has left question-marks on whether he will form a key part of Gareth Southgate's squad that travels to Czech Republic at the end of the season for the European Under-21 Championships.

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  16. Coddled footballers need to own actionsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    William Lai is a qualified soccer referee, instructor and assessor, and has also officiated in England and Australia. As an educator, scientist and social scientist, he is also interested in human behaviour which is why his column offers an alternative and rational commentary of what happens on and off the pitch.

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  17. Top 10 Football BitersRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Who Ate All The Pies

    Apropos of nothing in particular though partly inspired by No.5 on this list, we thought we'd compile a completely ill-timed Top 10 of football's most infamous bitey buggers While not a fully-fledged bite per se , Genghis Kahn once tenderly nuzzled Dortmund forward Heiko Herrlich's neck during a Bundesliga game in 1999. Incidentally, the 2-2 draw was also the same game in which Kahn came perilously close to hobbling Dortmund striker Stephane Chapuisat with a flying kung-fu kick to the kidneys "just to get rid of some built-up pressure" We're not sure it technically counts as a bite if you've got no teeth, but England midfield terrier Stiles is said to have gummed at least one West Germany player during the 1966 World Cup Final.

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  18. John Terry signs new Chelsea deal worth A 150,000-a-week until end of 2015-16 seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    It's not a thank you, he continues to perform, says Mourinho as Terry signs new Chelsea deal worth A 150,000 a week until 2016 Meet Zidane's dynasty: Legend has FOUR sons coming through Real Madrid's academy... so, could they all end up playing for him? Xavi to end glittering Barcelona career as Spain legend is poised to sign three-year deal with Qatar side Al Sadd Suarez: It's more difficult to play my game at Barcelona than it was at Liverpool... the style is a new world Manchester United planning A 100m spree as Van Gaal targets Pogba, Alves and Hummels as he ditches plan for high-risk youngsters Top 50 most shocking moments in Premier League history ... Fowler oversteps the line, Gerrard lets the title slip, Bent's beach ball and THAT row at Old Trafford United have SIX stars in the greatest Premier League side ever... if you add up appearances in annual PFA XI Arsenal above ... (more)

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  19. Major Link Soccer: Welcoming MinnesotaRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Sounder at Heart

    If you are looking for a place to watch the match this weekend, the Sounders are going to be hosting a viewing party at The NINETY. The Sounders will be playing this weekend without Marco Pappa and Clint Dempsey , but Dallas will miss four players to international duty.

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  20. Skrtel: 'I don't feel guilty'Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Football.co.uk

    Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel insists he does not feel guilty about the challenge on Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea which resulted in his three-match ban. The Slovakia international, currently away preparing for a Euro 2016 qualifier at home to Luxembourg on Friday, failed in his appeal against a violent conduct charge.

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