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 By Kelvin Leong
2 hours ago

Thailand's Kiatisuk: We want to beat Malaysia in the next game

Thailand head coach Kiatisuk Senamuang wants another three points against Malaysia to secure their path into the knockout stages. Photo Credit: Football Association of Singapore

SINGAPORE -- Having cleared the first hurdle with a 2-1 victory in their AFF Suzuki Cup Group B opener against co-hosts Singapore, Thailand head coach Kiatisuk Senamuang is looking for a second win against Malaysia when they face off at the Jalan Besar stadium on Wednesday.

The War Elephants took an early eighth minute lead against Singapore through Mongkol Thosakrai before the hosts levelled the score through Khairul Amri. The match looked destined for a draw until Safuwan Baharudin handled the...

 By Michael Cox
3 hours ago

Manchester City likely regret selling Jerome Boateng to Bayern Munich

Manchester City strikers Sergio Aguero and Stefan Jovetic have been passed fit to play against Bayern Munich.

Having triumphed in the Premier League for the second time, Manchester City's obvious objective this season was to finally impress in European competition. A 1-0 loss at Bayern Munich in their opening game of their Champions League campaign wasn't the ideal beginning.

Losing at Bayern is no disgrace, but the nature of the defeat was particularly frustrating. The goal came in the final minute of the game, and it was also scored by an ex-City player: Jerome Boateng's long-range strike appeared to take...

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Arsenal woe down to Wenger, Milan sides have far to go, Chelsea impress

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner breaks down why Arsenal are in a slide and what they can do to fix it.

I couldn't believe that someone actually asked Louis Van Gaal whether Manchester United's performance in their 2-1 win at Arsenal on Saturday was the best United has played this season.

Talk about mistaking results for performance. To his credit -- unlike some managers who might have basked in the afterglow of a win at Arsenal and suggested it was all part of a master plan -- Van Gaal is brutally honest. He doesn't need to make himself look good.

"With the way we played in the first half,...

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Liga MX Best XI: Blanco conjures up old magic

Cuauhtemoc Blanco turned back time in tallying two goals for Puebla against Santos.
Cuauhtemoc Blanco turned back time in tallying two goals for Puebla against Santos.

The final Liga MX Best XI of the year had some players taking a curtain call as their teams missed out on the liguilla, while others led teams into the playoffs with a dedicated charge that bodes well for the team's fighting spirit in the postseason.

Omar Bravo: Forward, Chivas - The two goals scored in a meaningless game as Chivas closed the season were in some ways the definition of too little, too late, but Bravo's finishing ability showed the class of the player who helped bring Chivas its...

 By David Mooney
4 hours ago

Change of approach could help spur Man City past Bayern

Manchester City strikers Sergio Aguero and Stefan Jovetic have been passed fit to play against Bayern Munich.

Manchester City are quickly running out of chances in the Champions League. That they haven't been eliminated just yet is something of a minor miracle, because to describe the performances in three of the first four matches in this group as "shambolic" is to do a disservice to the definition of the word because at times, that doesn't go far enough.

Not content with throwing away a one-goal lead against Roma in the second match, the Blues went on to chuck a two-goal lead down the pan in Moscow...

 By Richard Hall
5 hours ago

A dignified derby display from Mancini's Inter

Inter Milan head coach Roberto Mancini returned to management with a 1-1 draw against AC Milan on Sunday.

Inter Milan manager Roberto Mancini stepped out into the familiar cauldron of the Milan Derby with confidence in his eyes. Maybe it was the fact that he had done all this before, albeit in somewhat easier circumstances. He completed his initial task of restoring some pride to the Nerazzurri as he navigated his side to a credible 1-1 draw against Milan. The game will have filled many with confidence, although it was obvious that the problems will not be eradicated by enthusiasm alone.

The derby...