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Ajax Amsterdam
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NK Maribor
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Athletic Bilbao
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FC Porto
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Cardiff City
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AFC Bournemouth
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Blackpool
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Birmingham City
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Charlton Athletic
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Blackburn Rovers
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Ipswich Town
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Brentford
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Notts County
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Chester City
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Halifax
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Macclesfield Town
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Barnet
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Aldershot Town
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Bristol Rovers
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Torquay United
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Southport
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Gateshead
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Dartford
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Nuneaton Town
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Kidderminster Harriers
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St Mirren
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Monterrey
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Queretaro
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Luverdense
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Portuguesa de Desportos
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Ceará
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Paraná Clube
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 Posted by Miguel Delaney
3 hours ago

Three Points: Chelsea squeak past Sporting CP in UCL win

A Nemanja Matic header was enough to separate Chelsea from Sporting Lisbon, as Chelsea start off with six points in the Champions League group stage.

Three observations from Chelsea's 1-0 win against Sporting CP in Lisbon.

1. Blues miss clear chances but will take win

Maximum points for Chelsea, but from the minimum margin. In that, this 1-0 win away to Sporting recalled so many of last season's results, but it should really have been a further emphasis of their evolution in this campaign.

There's no escaping it: this should have been a rout, and it was really only goalkeeper Rui Patricio who prevented that. Chelsea regularly ripped Sporting apart...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
8 hours ago

Debt-free Portsmouth finally looking up after long slide to the bottom

Portsmouth were once days away from being dissolved. Now they're finally debt-free and looking to climb the table again.

Six years ago next month, Portsmouth were denied a famous European victory over AC Milan by a last minute Filippo Inzaghi goal at Fratton Park. This weekend, a loyal band of supporters will make a five-hour, 277-mile journey up the country hoping for a low key League Two victory over York City, one that few people outside the two clubs concerned will even notice, let alone recall six years on. You might expect those Portsmouth fans to feel rather glum about their reduced circumstances. Instead,...

16 hours ago

Matt Acton: Playing in Myanmar has helped me grow as a footballer

Acton played second fiddle to Michael Theo during his A-League stint with Brisbane Roar.

Former Brisbane Roar goalkeeper Matt Acton insists he wants to stay in Asia and continue to develop as a player as his short-term deal with Myanmar champions Yangon United FC comes to an end.

Acton, who won three A-League titles as the Roar's No. 2 keeper, was offered the chance to join Yangon two days after the 2014 Grand Final against Western Sydney Wanderers in May.

And, while he admits he knew almost nothing about the land formerly known as Burma, Acton says the experience has left him wanting...

 Posted by Tim Vickery
1 day ago

Copa America Centennial an additional strain on players

With two Copa Americas on the horizon, there is hardly any summer rest in sight for Chelsea's Brazilian midfielder Oscar.
With two Copa Americas on the horizon, there is hardly any summer rest in sight for Chelsea's Brazilian midfielder Oscar.

It was announced last week that the Copa America Centennial, to be played in the United States in June 2016, is now an official part of the FIFA calendar. This means that European clubs will be obliged to release players to take part in the tournament, which will unite the 10 South American nations with six more from the CONCACAF region. In theory, anyway. In practice, things might prove more complicated.

- Report: FIFA adds Copa America Centennial to calendar

After Chelsea's weekend win over...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
1 day ago

Alan Pardew tries to remain calm about future as Newcastle lose again

Stoke hadn't scored a goal at home until Peter Crouch's header found the back of the net to send the Magpies packing.

Never a truer word spoken in jest? According to Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley's lawyers, his chat with a passing journalist outside a Soho hostelry had been strictly "tongue in cheek."

For manager Alan Pardew, Ashley's joshing that he was "finished" was actually his paymaster being "supportive ... in his own kind of way." Ashley added further support by being present to see Newcastle lose again. Monday's 1-0 defeat at Stoke may mean the joke finally comes on the manager.

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 Posted by Iain Macintosh
2 days ago

Heroes and Villains: Jagielka lights up Merseyside, Rooney ruins United's win

Saturday in the Premier League featured 2 of the league's best derbies and the top clubs.

Heroes and Villains is back for another week, and we still can't believe that his strike went in...

HEROES

Everyone knows what happens when the ball falls to a centre-back outside the penalty area in the dying stages of a crucial game. There's a sharp intake of breath, a heavy thump and then the smashing of glass as one of the floodlights takes a direct hit. That was until Phil Jagielka took to the stage. Sir Bobby Charlton himself could not have hit a ball with more power and accuracy than...