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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...

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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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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...

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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...

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Paulino Alcantara's legacy in his native Philippines getting better with age

An amazing goal from Barcelona's South Korea starlet Lee Seung-woo against Japan in the quarterfinals of Asia's U16 championships in September made quite an impact online. It's no surprise. As long as there is football and the Internet, watching a player run from inside his own half past a fair proportion of the opposition's XI to finish in style is going to be worth a click and a minute of anyone's time.

Lee's been bubbling under the radar for some time. As well as being inevitable that he has...

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Top Tenner: Wayne Rooney's most memorable moments

Relive 18-year old Wayne Rooney's hat trick in his Manchester United and Champions League debut back in 2004 against Fenerbahce.

As Wayne Rooney celebrates the 10th anniversary of signing for Manchester United, we look at his 10 most significant moments for the club...

10. The winner against Aston Villa in the 2010 League Cup final

Wayne Rooney has played in three Champions League finals, two FA Cup finals and three League Cup finals. He has scored in three of those games, but in only one has he provided the telling contribution.

That was the 2010 League Cup final, in which Manchester United went a goal down in the...

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Wayne Rooney's Manchester United debut against Fenerbahce, 2004

Relive 18-year old Wayne Rooney's hat trick in his Manchester United and Champions League debut back in 2004 against Fenerbahce.

Manchester United needed a lift after 2004-05 began with defeats to Arsenal and champions Chelsea. Weeks earlier, I'd sat with Roy Keane in Philadelphia for a 90-minute interview/argument. United's captain warned: "We want our championship back, because if things don't go well this year, we could be like Liverpool -- 14 or 15 years without winning the championship."

Four consecutive draws saw grumbles grow, with eight goals in the seven opening-league games hardly lifting the mood.

United...