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 Posted by Mina Rzouki
2 hours ago

Vidal committed to Juve ... for now

Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri confirms central midfielder Arturo Vidal will be fit for the defending champions Serie A opener against Chievo on Saturday.

Juventus will forever argue that Arturo Vidal was never on the market.

A player who has injured his knee, was forced to play the World Cup despite having not fully recovered and was sitting on the bench for friendlies with an ice pack -- is he really a midfielder a team ought to splash the cash on and was Manchester United's interest ever real?

To the naysayers, there will always be an excuse as to why Juve's machine in midfield is not a man worth much over 40 million euros. For one thing, he's ...

 Posted by Nick Ames
2 hours ago

Khedira a steal; more Mario, Di Maria

The FC crew talk about where Liverpool will fall in the table with their new Italian signing and how relevant AC Milan are now without their star.

The bottomless tumbler we fill with the latest transfer rumours, gossip and news overflows again. Don't stop us if the libation tastes familiar, it's still good to have a sip or two each day. Transfer Talk, drink it in...

Play it again, Sami?

More follow-up on a story from yesterday now, with the Mirror suggesting that Arsenal may be back in for Sami Khedira. Mikel Arteta's injury has focused attention on the Gunners' deep midfield position. But just as important may be the fact that Real Madr...

3 hours ago

Allardyce needs points from Palace

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has yet to convince supporters of his side's attacking nous, making Saturday's clash with Crystal Palace a crucial one.

It's ridiculous, certainly, but West Ham's match against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park this Saturday is already being seen by Hammers supporters as something of a must-win game for Sam Allardyce. The general feeling is that last season's double over the Hammers by the South London side was a nadir that must not be repeated.

The kind of gritty attitude that was prevalent in the Glaziers' 1-0 home win over the Irons last December epitomised the type of mentality that Tony Pulis would bring to t...

 Posted by Rob Train
4 hours ago

Real try to unravel confounding Atleti

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe believes despite their big summer, Atletico Madrid doesn't seem to have a chance to retain the La Liga title.

How is it possible to unravel something so intricately bound together that it seems utterly impossible? Alexander the Great found a simple answer: take a sword to it.

Carlo Ancelotti faces a modern-day version of the Gordian Knot in Friday's Spanish Super Cup second-leg match at the Vicente Calderón. His opposite number, Diego Simeone, has created a defensive unit at Atletico that secured a first league title in 18 years last season and took his side to the Champions League final (although ...

Jeff Carls Posted by Jeff Carlisle
4 hours ago

Howard's break opens door for Guzan

U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard joins "Sportscenter" to discuss his decision to take a one-year hiatus from international football.

As a goalkeeper who for years has been at the top of his game for both club and country, Tim Howard always had an exquisite sense of timing. With the news that Howard is stepping away from the U.S. national team for the next year, that remains the case.

Howard is taking the break in order to spend more time with his family, based in Memphis, Tennessee, precluding him from the additional time commitment that playing internationally brings. His absence will extend beyond next summer's Gold Cup.

"I...

 Posted by Phil Lythell
5 hours ago

Chelsea not overconfident under Mou

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insists he has no regrets over not re-signing Cesc Fabregas from Barcelona.

Before a ball was kicked in the Premier League this season, Chelsea were installed as favourites to lift the title by the bookmakers and were also the selection of the majority of the nation's football pundits.

Following the 3-1 win over Burnley, the odds of the Blues sitting on top of the pile next May shortened still from 15-8 to 7-5 as acclaim for the stellar first-half display at Turf Moor flooded in from all corners.

With Cesc Fabregas coming in for special praise for his invention from a c...