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Ronaldo stars in new fitness ad

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Fenerbahce playing for high stakes in transfer market with Nani deal

Take a look at the latest transfers and rumours throughout the Premier League, as Nani arrived in Turkey for his move to Fenerbahce.

Rarely has a footballer looked so small. As Fenerbahce's new signing Nani exited the arrivals hall at Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen airport (the city's landing point on its Asian side), clutching a jumbo bouquet of flowers and wearing a scarf in his new club's colours around his neck, he was greeted with more than mere enthusiasm.

As swarms of fans flooded the walkways, stood on makeshift vantage points and even on the vehicle chartered to take the Portugal winger back to his hotel as flares burned in...

 By Chris Wright

Cristiano Ronaldo stars in new Japanese fitness advert

Having already looked thoroughly confused while promoting the "facial fitness" widget on Japanese television last year, Cristiano Ronaldo has now been pressed into starring in a strange and unsettling new advert for the latest contraption to hit the market.

From the looks of things, the "Sixpad" is some kind of electronic plate that you affix to your rippling beer gut in order to instantly assume the kind of physique it took Ronaldo many years of athletic training and strict conditioning to attain.


What pre-season offers Premier League clubs and fans

What does your club do on pre-season tours? Last year, Man United players cruised around Beverly Hills.
What does your club do on pre-season tours? Last year, Man United players cruised around Beverly Hills.
What does your club do on pre-season tours? Last year, Man United players cruised around Beverly Hills.

And so it begins again. Just six and a half weeks after the end of last season, the Premier League is rousing itself for another campaign. On Wednesday West Bromwich Albion and Southampton will play warm-up games in Austria and Germany respectively and, a day later, Sunderland will face Darlington 1883. Pre-season has begun. Soon, so will the madness.

Pre-season friendlies are curious things. They exist in a strange state of duality in that they can be extremely useful to those within and utterly...

 By Jason Dasey

Aussie defender Cornthwaite brings scoring boots to Selangor in Malaysia

Former Australia centre-back Robbie Cornthwaite, seen here with wife Nel and daughter Sahara, has helped Selangor contend for MSL honours this season.

No matter where he goes, Australian centre-back Robbie Cornthwaite manages to score crucial goals. From the A-League, to the K-League and now in Malaysia's top flight, the beanpole defender continues to defy expectations to regularly find the back of the net.

Kuala Lumpur is the latest footballing destination for the man who was born in Blackburn, Lancashire but grew up in Adelaide. Teaming up with former Melbourne Victory head coach Mehmet Durakovic, Cornthwaite has helped faded glamour club, Selangor,...

 By Uli Hesse

Celebrating Germany's improbable run to glory at Italia '90

West Germany celebrate winning the 1990 World Cup.

World Cups can be like politicians; their reputations sometimes improve with the passage of time. Take the 1990 World Cup in Italy, recently honoured through numerous "25 years ago" remembrances published throughout the footballing world.

However, when the spectacle ended -- on July 8, 1990, and with a match Brian Glanville called "probably the worst, most tedious, bad-tempered final in the history of the World Cup" -- the vast majority of people were glad the whole thing was over and agreed...

Arda Turan transfer to Barcelona tainted by institutional dysfunction

The ESPN FC crew react to Barcelona's signing of Arda Turan from Atletico Madrid.

Barcelona have confirmed the signing of Arda Turan after agreeing to a transfer fee of €34 million, plus a potential €7 million extra in variables, with Atletico Madrid. The midfielder, who will not be able to play a single minute of football for the Catalans until January 2016 due to the club's transfer ban, has signed a five-year contract with a reported salary of €8m per season.

Having scored 22 goals and given 32 assists in an impressive 178 appearances in just four years,...