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59 min ago |

Alan Hutton has extended his stay at Villa Park

Alan Hutton has signed a new three-year deal with Aston Villa, completing an amazing U-turn by the club. The right-back had previously been frozen out for two years and had not played under boss Paul Lambert until this season.


Related Topix: Sports, Alan Hutton, Soccer Players, Darren Bent, More Sports, Aston Villa

4 hrs ago |

Chelsea confident of new Hazard deal

Jose Mourinho expects Eden Hazard to commit his long-term future to Chelsea after revealing the Belgium playmaker is discussing a contract extension. The 23-year-old signed for a reported 32million from Lille in 2012 and has become an increasingly influential figure in his two years at Stamford Bridge.


Related Topix: Sports, Soccer Players, Eden Hazard, More Sports, Chelsea, Lille

8 hrs ago | USA Today

Dortmund, Arsenal renew Champions League rivalry

Familiarity has bred a healthy respect between Borussia Dortmund and Arsenal in the Champions League, with the German club eager to avenge a loss at home against the English team. Dortmund, the 2012 Champions League runner-up, will be hosting Arsenal in the competition for the third time in four seasons.


Related Topix: Sports, Jack Wilshere, More Sports, Soccer Players, Borussia Dortmund, Thomas Vermaelen, Arsenal, Nuri Sahin, Shinji Kagawa

Mon Sep 15, 2014

The New Zealand Herald

Deportivo wins 1-0 at Eibar in Spanish league

Deportivo La Coruna scored early and hung on for a 1-0 win at Eibar on Monday, earning the promoted side its first victory of the Spanish league season. Midfielder Juan Rodriguez scored what proved to be Deportivo's winner in the 13th minute when a poor clearance by Eibar defender Eneko Boveda fell to him in the area.


Related Topix: Sports, More Sports, Deportivo La Coruna, Soccer Players, Juan Rodriguez, Dani

Milan goalkeeper Lopez out for at least 2 weeks

Lopez sustained the injury while attempting to reach Mattia De Sciglio's goal-bound back pass during the closing stages of Sunday's 5-4 win at Parma. Milan said on Monday that Lopez has a right thigh injury and will be reevaluated in a couple of weeks.


Related Topix: Sports, AC Milan, More Sports, Alex, Soccer Players

York Press

Younes Kaboul has been handed the Tottenham captaincy full-time

The Frenchman has led the side on several occasions this season and has now been chosen by manager Mauricio Pochettino as the permanent successor to fellow central defender Michael Dawson, who joined Hull last month. A post on the club's official Twitter feed read: " Mauricio has announced that Younes Kaboul has been named our new Club captain with Hugo Lloris and Emmanuel Adebayor as vice-captains."


Related Topix: Sports, Soccer Players, Younes Kaboul, Michael Dawson, Emmanuel Adebayor, Tottenham Hotspur, More Sports, Tottenham

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Champions League: Everything you need to know

Ahead of Tuesday's opening group games in Europe's biggest club competition, we take you through everything you need to know. Can Real Madrid retain its title? Will Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi break the goalscoring record? Can Jose Mourinho win with a third different club? All will be revealed on June 6 in Berlin, but here's the guide to who, what, where and when -- it's the Champions League and it's back.


Related Topix: Real Madrid, Sports, More Sports, Karim Benzema, Cristiano Ronaldo, Soccer Players, Xabi Alonso, Lionel Messi, Thomas Muller

Fox Sports

Arsene Wenger jumps to defense of Germany international Mesut Ozil

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has lept to the defense of Mesut Ozil, insisting the Germany international is a crucial team player. Ozil, who cost Wenger 42.5million in September 2013, has come under fire from some sections of Arsenal supporters who have been frustrated by his offerings to date.


Related Topix: Sports, Jack Wilshere, Soccer Players, More Sports, Arsenal, Mesut Ozil, Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund

The New Zealand Herald

Pumas draw 2-2 with Tigres in Mexican league

Pumas were unable to maintain the winning form they displayed against America last month, drawing 2-2 at home with Tigres on Sunday. America remains the league leader after eight rounds of matches in Mexico's first division, yet it was held to a 0-0 draw away to Leones Negros.


Related Topix: Sports, More Sports, Monterrey, Cruz Azul

Sun Sep 14, 2014


Sao Paulo beats Brazilian league leader Cruzeiro

Goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni converted a first-half penalty to help Sao Paulo defeat Cruzeiro 2-0 and move within four points of the defending champion in the Brazilian league on Sunday. Striker Alan Kardec scored the other goal in the high-profile match between the league's top two teams at a packed Morumbi Stadium.


Related Topix: Sports, More Sports, Sao Paulo

Halstead Gazette

Juan Mata scored Manchester United's fourth in their emphatic 4-0 win

Louis van Gaal set his sights on Premier League glory after watching Manchester United hammer QPR 4-0 at Old Trafford. Sixty days after being appointed United manager, Van Gaal finally earned his first competitive win thanks to goals from Angel di Maria, Ander Herrera, Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata.


Related Topix: Sports, Wayne Rooney, More Sports, Soccer Players, Manchester United, Rio Ferdinand

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Man Utd beats QPR 4-0; Green makes Hamburg debut

14, 2014. . Manchester United's Radamel Falcao stands on the pitch during his team's English Premier League soccer match against Queens Park Rangers at Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester, England, Sunday Sept.


Related Topix: Sports, More Sports, Manchester United, Summer Olympic, Olympics, Juan Mata, Olympic Football, Summer Olympics, Wayne Rooney, Soccer Players, Queens Park Rangers, Ander Herrera

Irate fans turn on Casillas

After a disastrous World Cup for Spain, goalkeeper Iker Casillas is now feeling the pressure to turn things around at Real Madrid. Casillas appeared to be the target of jeers from some Madrid fans - while others chanted his name in support - during Madrid's 2-1 loss Saturday to crosstown rival Atletico Madrid.


Related Topix: Real Madrid, Sports, More Sports, Spain World Cup, FIFA Soccer World Cup, Soccer Players, Iker Casillas

Salisbury Journal

Jose: Costa revels in Cesc support

Costa struck a hat-trick - taking his tally to seven goals from four Premier League games - as Chelsea beat Swansea 4-2 on Saturday to extend their 100 per cent winning start to the season. Midfielder Fabregas, the former Arsenal captain signed from Barcelona, laid on two assists for Costa, who joined in a A 32million deal from Atletico Madrid after long being coveted by Mourinho.


Related Topix: Sports, Fernando Torres, Didier Drogba, Soccer Players, Angel Rangel, More Sports, Chelsea, Swansea, Diego Costa

Somerset County Gazette

Rio: I'll never forgive Terry

Rio Ferdinand, left, says he and his brother have never received an apology from John Terry, right, over the racism row Rio Ferdinand finds it "impossible to forgive" John Terry over his handling of the racism row involving his brother Anton but would still have been prepared to play alongside Terry for England if he had been given the chance. Ferdinand and Terry became estranged after the Blues skipper used racist language towards Anton Ferdinand during a Premier League match between QPR and Chelsea in November 2011.


Related Topix: Sports, Soccer Players, Rio Ferdinand, John Terry, England World Cup, FIFA Soccer World Cup, Ashley Cole, More Sports, Chelsea

Warrington Guardian

Steve Bruce, pictured, understands the difficulties Alan Pardew is facing

Hull boss Steve Bruce has labelled reports linking him with the Newcastle manager's job as "disrespectful" to current incumbent Alan Pardew. The pressure cranked up a notch on the under-fire Magpies chief on Saturday as his team were humbled 4-0 by former club Southampton, prompting the 53-year-old to skip the post-match press conference at St Mary's.


Related Topix: Sports, David Meyler, Soccer Players, More Sports, Sunderland

Sat Sep 13, 2014

Sluggish PSG held 1-1 at Rennes

Substitute Paul-Georges Ntep scored a second-half equalizer as Paris Saint-Germain produced another lackluster performance and was held 1-1 at Rennes on Saturday in the French League. Ahead of a trip to Ajax for its Champions League opener on Wednesday, Laurent Blanc's team looked sluggish and lacked the cutting edge.


Related Topix: Sports, Soccer Players, Zoumana Camara, More Sports, PSG, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Ajax Amsterdam

Limp Liverpool lose at home to Aston Villa

Liverpool received a reminder of how tough life will be without last season's two leading goalscorers in a 1-0 loss to Aston Villa in the Premier League on Sunday morning . Gabriel Agbonlahor put Villa in front after 11 minutes at Anfield and the second-placed visitors clung on to preserve their unbeaten start to the season.


Related Topix: Sports, Soccer Players, Luis Suarez, Brad Guzan, Alan Hutton, Gabriel Agbonlahor, More Sports, Aston Villa, Mario Balotelli

Kidderminster Shuttle

Romelu Lukaku completed a permanent switch from Chelsea to Everton in the summer

Boss Roberto Martinez branded Romelu Lukaku a A 28million bargain after he fired Everton to a 2-0 win at West Brom. The Toffees' record buy scored inside two minutes at The Hawthorns for his first goal since making his loan move from Chelsea permanent.


Related Topix: Sports, Soccer Players, Romelu Lukaku, More Sports, Chelsea, Jonas Olsson, West Brom

Kidderminster Shuttle

Wenger sympathises with Clattenburg

Arsene Wenger was left sympathising with Mark Clattenburg after the referee was heavily criticised by Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini following a 2-2 draw at the Emirates. The defending Barclays Premier League champions had taken the lead at the Emirates through Sergio Aguero and Pellegrini was left infuriated as he felt the two goals which saw Arsenal turn the game around should have been cancelled out due to fouls in the build up.


Related Topix: Sports, Sergio Aguero, Soccer Players, Joe Hart, Manchester City, More Sports, Jack Wilshere, Arsenal