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 By Sam Crocker

Lessons learned in African Nations Cup quarterfinals

Wilfried Bony scored with two headers to help give the Ivory Coast a 3-1 win over Algeria and a spot in the semi-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations.

MALABO, Equatorial Guinea -- With Ghana and Ivory Coast securing their trips to the African Nations Cup semifinals, here are five things we learned from the tournament's quarters.

1. Guinea replicating their defending from qualifying

Having seemingly put their defensive woes behind them in the group stage, Guinea's operations at the back were about as calm as a Tunisian subs bench. Despite being terrible at the back throughout qualifying, with the bigger teams getting much joy against them going...

Hull problems can only be solved on pitch, not transfer market

Hull City manager Steve Bruce believes it was the accumulation of individual errors that led to their 3-0 defeat by Newcastle United.

After a timid 3-0 defeat to Newcastle United on Saturday, Hull City's third loss in succession, all the talk predictably centred on who could be attracted to the KC Stadium in the desperate final days of the transfer window. Someone. Anyone. Supporters were almost past the point of caring, just as long as the newcomer delivered fresh hope of survival.

Such is life as a City fan at present. Optimism is a battered commodity in a season that has so far yielded just four wins from 25 domestic fixtures,...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus' draw at Udinese exposes pitfalls of playing in a 3-5-2

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has rubbished talk of a row between himself and midfielder Arturo Vidal.

Another disappointing performance by Juventus, who once again proved they struggle to play in the afternoon. With Roma having only managed a draw against Empoli on Saturday night, this was the perfect chance to create a larger gap at the top of the table. However, forced to revert back to their old shape, an imprecise and sloppy Juventus only managed a scoreless draw against an Udinese side that was both balanced and ambitious.

It's never easy to face an Andrea Stramaccioni side, especially...

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David de Gea issues Manchester United a buyout clause ultimatum

As the 2015 January transfer promises to provide a few more meaningful transfers, take a look back at the best transfers of last year's winter transfer window, including Arsenal bust Kim Kallstrom.

The winter window is still open, and that means the LIVE transfer blog swings back into action. Find out the latest news, gossip and deals here.

TOP STORY: De Gea to insist on buyout clause?

Those pesky rumours surrounding David De Gea just won't go away ... the Mirror reported that while the Spanish goalkeeper might sign a new Manchester United contract, his advisors are apparently insisting upon a buyout release clause being inserted into any deal offered up by Old Trafford.

With United set to...

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Milan get back to winning ways to end positive week

Mattia Destro has been loaned to AC Milan from Roma until the end of the season, and ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik questions which Serie A club he will find a permanent fit.

While it wasn't always encouraging, Milan were able to wrap up a good week for the club with a 3-1 win over Parma at San Siro on Sunday night. Two goals from Jeremy Menez and a Cristian Zaccardo strike were enough to see the visitors off, and it will hopefully give the Milan players some confidence ahead of the trip to Juventus next weekend.

The club's management backed coach Filippo "Pippo" Inzaghi in the transfer market this week, bringing in Salvatore Bocchetti and Mattia Destro, and it is...

Deadline Day in the Premier League likely to be quiet with few surprises

Mats Hummels, left, and Danny Ings, middle, are unlikely to move, but Juan Cuadrado, right, should complete his move to Chelsea.

Ahead of the last day of the transfer window, there's something that needs to be said first: The very nature of the current market means we're highly unlikely to see any resembling the drama which saw Fernando Torres join Chelsea and Andy Carroll move to Liverpool four years ago, or even the chaos of Peter Odemwingie turning up -- but not signing -- at QPR at the same point in 2013.

There just hasn't been the same mobility behind the scenes, the same drive. Many clubs are content to sit and see...