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Kaka and Tim Tebow snap a picture

It's Tebow Time! Kaka is on international duty with Brazil, facing Costa Rica at Red Bull Arena on Saturday and the United States at Gillette Stadium on Tuesday, and took a break to snap a picture with Tim Tebow.

The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback and his team will play their fourth, and final, preseason game on Thursday against the New York Jets.

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 By Chris Wright

Fans vote for Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo using cigarette butts

In a bid to help crack down on smoking detritus littering the streets of London, environment-centric charity Hubbub have turned the task of disposing of cigarette butts into an interactive experience for football fans.

Now, in the act of throwing away their stubbed-out butts, fans can do their bit and cast their vote in one of modern football's most fiercely debated topics: who is the best player in the world, Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo?

 By Chris Wright

Lille fans wish goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama a happy birthday

There's a famous old saying in football: The only thing better than having thousands of fans signing your name is to have thousands of fans wishing you a happy birthday in unison.

That's exactly the fanfare Lille goalkeeper Victor Enyeama received when his side took on newly promoted GFC Ajaccio in Ligue 1 on Saturday, which just so happened to coincide with the Nigerian stopper's big day.

Not only was Enyeama sweetly serenaded in the middle of a match, but he also went home with a clean sheet...

 By Michael Cox

England still dependent on Wayne Rooney given lack of options up front

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on the favourites to win Euro 2016, reveal their predictions for the player who will lead the Premier League in scoring and more.

Even in an era in which numbers are collected for every action by every player on the pitch, no other performance is judged statistically like the centre-forward's. Playing up front is about so much more than scoring, and yet the goals tally remains the primary method for evaluating their performances.

It means things can change dramatically within a short time. Over the past couple of years, England have usually been able to call upon various forwards scoring regularly at club level. Now they're...

Antonio, Martial among Prem's best transfer deadline day deals

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down the most notable signings of the Premier League during the 2015 summer transfer window, when the 20 clubs spent a record £870 million.

As far as transfer deadline day goes, this year's failed to meet expectations, given the deals that could have gone through on the final day of the window. Nonetheless, a number of teams were relatively active on the final day. WhoScored.com have picked out five of the best signings on deadline day in England's top tier.

Victor Moses

Victor Moses is one of 33 players out on loan from Chelsea, with the Nigeria international penning a new four-year deal before heading out to West Ham for the...

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Pope Francis predicts San Lorenzo victory against Boca Juniors

Pope Francis is confident that his beloved San Lorenzo will come through with all three points on Sunday in La Bombonera.
Pope Francis is confident that his beloved San Lorenzo will come through with all three points on Sunday in La Bombonera.

While the Argentine national team is currently in the United States preparing for friendlies against Bolivia and Mexico, the Primera Division de Argentina rolls on with another week of action, including a showdown on Sunday between the league's top two teams: San Lorenzo and Boca Juniors.

Playing away at first place Boca in La Bombonera will be no easy feat for San Lorenzo, however, one fan in particular is confident that El Ciclon will emerge with the three points: His Holiness Pope Francis.

A...