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Acton: Myanmar has helped me grow

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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...

 Posted by Lee Roden
25 minutes ago

Dani Alves not the player he once was, but still the best Barça have

Barcelona centre back Jeremy Mathieu previews their Group F meeting with Paris Saint-Germain, who will be without star forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

In a world of increasingly guarded footballers, Dani Alves is a breath of fresh air. Never afraid to criticise his own performances or those of his team, should the situation call for it, he frequently exercises autocritica (self-criticism), something of an obsession in Catalonia. The same rules apply to journalists -- who have often felt the sharp end of his tongue in the press room -- and even supporters, a group considered untouchable by most players who would rather keep the paying public...

 Posted by Andy Brassell
about an hour ago

Sporting president Bruno de Carvalho returns Champs Lge to the Alvalade

Sporting Lisbon look ahead to the visit against Chelsea in Group G of the UEFA Champions League, where Adrien Silva believes Chelsea are favourites to win the competition.

It's unusual to let a club president sit on the bench, but in Bruno de Carvalho's case it's probably fair...

When Sporting Clube de Portugal make their return to hosting the Champions League at the Estadio Jose Alvalade on Tuesday, they will do so in the full glare of the spotlight, as English Premier League leaders Chelsea arrive to face them.

The Alvalade has been the scene of some harsh lessons in the same competition before -- notably five-goal drubbings by Barcelona and Bayern Munich under Paulo Bento in 2008-09 -- but after coming through the trials of recent years, they and their supporters are...

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2 hours ago

Despite being benched, Joe Hart vows to fight for Pellegrini's trust

Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart highlights the importance of maintaining a strong home record in the Champions League.

A big-name player was benched for Saturday's sporting action. The veteran decision-maker responsible for a surprise choice then had to sit through a news conference in which the omitted luminary publicly disagreed. Despite the Chilean's love of golf, Manuel Pellegrini and Joe Hart aren't quite the footballing equivalents of Tom Watson and Phil Mickelson, but, if only for a few minutes, there were certain similarities.

The difference is that this should not be construed as an attack. These were no...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
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Jose Mourinho set to raid Benfica again for another Brazilian star

Anderson Talisca has certainly been putting his hand up in recent weeks.

The window might be closed, but Transfer Talk never sleeps! Today, we find out who Jose Mourinho has been eyeing...

Talisca the next in line?

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho looks set to once again raid Benfica in the next transfer window.

Attacking midfielder Anderson Talisca, 20, is the next in line to follow in the steps of David Luiz and Nemanja Matic and make the switch from the red of Benfica to the blue of West London according to The Daily Star.

With Willian, Oscar, Filipe Luis, Ramires and...

 Posted by Tim Vickery
6 hours ago

Copa America Centennial an additional strain on players

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop talks to us from Miami while Alejandro Moreno and Tommy Smyth react to the U.S. hosting the Copa America in 2016.

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...