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Queretaro defeat shows the good and bad of Club America

Camilo Sanvezzo strikes twice for Queretaro including a stoppage-time winner as Ronaldinho's side take down table-topping America.

In the aftermath of Queretaro's 3-2 victory over Club America, the pragmatic approach dictates that the result is meaningless in the grand scheme of things, at least for the Aguilas. After all, Club America remains at the top of the Liga MX standings, plus the club has already qualified for the playoffs.

So, then, the team might well write off this defeat much the way the organization did after suffering the 4-0 drubbing from Cruz Azul not long ago -- minimizing the effect of the loss by casting...

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Unsung hero Diego Godin warrants a mention as a Ballon d'Or contender

Cristiano Ronaldo's club stats this year could make him a lock for the Ballon d'Or, but does Portugal's poor performance at the World Cup hurt his chances? FC's Sid Lowe and Steve Nicol debate.

In the wake of Atletico Madrid's thumping 5-0 win over Malmo on Wednesday, there were a few tongue-in-cheek comments by fans about a certain Uruguayan. No, not that one; Atletico Madrid's own Diego Godin.

"Diego Godin for Ballon d'Or," were the cries from the Vicente Calderon faithful. Strange when you consider their side had just put five past the Swedish champions and that local lad Koke scored one and set up three to pick up the man of the match award.

Yet Godin was the name on their lipsand they...

 By John Duerden
about an hour ago

Western Sydney Wanderers show toughness to edge first leg vs. Al Hilal

Tomi Juric celebrates Western Sydney Wanderers' 1-0 first-leg win over Al Hilal.

This was football rope-a-dope. Western Sydney Wanderers took everything that Al Hilal could throw their way for the first hour of the first leg of the Asian Champions League final on Saturday evening in Australia and then won 1-0. The Saudi Arabians didn't exactly lay siege to the home goal but had all the possession and the shots. The first save that their goalkeeper had to make wasn't so much a save but rather a despairing lunge as Tomi Juric bundled the ball home from close range in the 64th...

 By Chris Wright
3 hours ago

Oscar's book launch interrupted by selfie with Branislav Ivanovic

Friday evening saw a special event at Stamford Bridge, with Oscar inviting fans along to get their copies of his new book, "Oscar's Brazil," personally signed by the author himself.

Unbeknown to his Chelsea teammate, Branislav Ivanovic joined the queue amid the hubbub at the club megastore and waited in line patiently for the chance to meet his literary idol, with the Brazilian forward taking a split-second to twig what was actually going on before Ivanovic pounced with a selfie.

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 By Nick Miller
4 hours ago

Five Manchester United-Chelsea questions

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his team are prepared to play Manchester United this weekend.

Five questions ahead of Sunday's Manchester United-Chelsea match.

Who will play up front for Chelsea?

Of course, we know by now not to necessarily take at face value the words of football managers, especially Chelsea's Jose Mourinho. First he claimed Diego Costa would be out for some time and then, the old tease, he claimed there was a chance of him being fit for Sunday's clash. There is a fairly decent chance Costa will be missing after picking up a groin injury while playing for Spain, adding...

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5 hours ago

Sir Alex Ferguson's misguided view of Manchester United's squad

Huge game this weekend in the Barclays Premier League, as the past greats of English football, Manchester United, take on the champions-elect, Chelsea. Ian Fiveankles explains EXACTLY what happens in this match, so you don't even have to watch it.

English football's literary season continues. Just as the embers die on Roy Keane's firestorm from a fortnight ago, back comes his latter-day nemesis, Sir Alex Ferguson, with the paperback version of last year's blockbusting autobiography.

"United In Transition" is the name of the additional chapter to Ferguson's tome, released on Thursday. The former Manchester United manager has clearly struggled to wean himself off day-to-day involvement, and cannot resist reopening a few theatres of war to defend...