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Dzeko deal would improve Roma threat

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Manchester United may not have given up on Real Madrid's Gareth Bale

Rumours about a Gareth Bale exit won't go away. Here's the latest on Real Madrid and Man United from FC TV's Sid Lowe.

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TOP STORY: United haven't given up on Bale

Although Wales national team manager Chris Coleman believes his star player Gareth Bale won't be leaving Real Madrid anytime soon, a story in the Sunday Express begs to differ. The outlet says that Manchester United haven't given up hope on bringing the 26-year-old to Old Trafford from the Bernabeu.

Bale endured...

Club America's bad season continues with surprising defeat vs. Atlas

U.S. international defender Ventura Alvarado was culpable in all three Atlas goals as Club America lost again.

Club America's 3-1 loss to Atlas against their former coach, Gustavo Matosas, puts the team in an even deeper hole. Not since 1997 when Jorge Solari was in charge has the yellow-blue squad started off a season with two straight losses. Solari didn't make it to the end of the season that year and it's looking more likely that current coach Ignacio Ambriz will suffer the same fate.

It's hard not to feel a bit of pity for young defender Ventura Alvarado. He didn't have a good Gold Cup outing as...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea lose Community Shield vs. Arsenal but Willian shows good form

Willian was Chelsea's best performer on a disappointing afternoon that showed the Blues' overall rust.

Jose Mourinho finally succumbed to a Arsene Wenger-led side as Chelsea suffered a rare loss to Arsenal, falling 1-0 in the FA Community Shield.

Wembley was bathed in sunshine for the traditional curtain-raiser ahead of the new season; perhaps it convinced some of those in blue that they were still on their summer holidays. Arsenal were much sharper out of the blocks and scored a decent goal through Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, but it was hard to shake off the feeling that Chelsea's relative lethargy...

 By Michael Cox

Direct Arsenal see off Chelsea to earn Community Shield win

Arsenal defeated Chelsea via a first half goal from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to secure a consecutive Community Shield title over their bitter London rivals.

LONDON -- Three thoughts from Arsenal's 1-0 win vs. Chelsea in the FA Community Shield.

1. Arsenal win to end Wenger's Mourinho hoodoo

The Community Shield is only a semi-competitive game -- it's not quite a pre-season friendly but not truly a major trophy. Nevertheless, both teams were determined to win this contest, especially with no love lost between the two managers Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho, and the atmosphere on a gloriously sunny afternoon at Wembley was fantastic.

Wenger had failed...

Oxlade-Chamberlain shines, Cech enjoys Arsenal debut in Shield win

Arsenal defeated Chelsea via a first half goal from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to secure a consecutive Community Shield title over their bitter London rivals.

Petr Cech enjoyed the satisfaction of a Wembley victory over his former club as Arsenal saw off Chelsea 1-0 on Sunday to land the 2015-16 Community Shield.

The win completes a preseason treble for the Gunners, who also lifted the Asia Trophy and the Emirates Cup. It seems that winning is a habit after all.

It was Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who scored the crucial goal, collecting a pass from Theo Walcott before cutting inside to fire a shot into the top corner with his weaker left foot. Oxlade-Chamberlain...

 By John Duerden

For China and North Korea, the East Asian Cup can be a confidence builder

China are the hosts for the East Asian Cup and are seeking their their third title.

The East Asian Cup is an unusual tournament.

The trophy itself doesn't really matter; few fans would be able to describe what it looks like much less name the nations to have lifted it since it came into existence in 2003 (China and South Korea have won it twice and Japan have one win).

Yet, lose the three games against close, in all senses of the word, rivals and coaches may find that their positions are not as secure as they think. And if you asked fans in South Korea, Japan, China and North Korea...