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Malaysia appoint Ong Kim Swee after Dollah Salleh resigns

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson recap Malaysia's 10-goal loss to United Arab Emirates in 2018 World Cup qualifying.

Former Malaysia under-23 boss Ong Kim Swee has been appointed interim national coach after the resignation of Dollah Salleh in the wake of Thursday's night's 10-0 defeat to United Arab Emirates in an AFC World Cup qualifier.

Ong will take charge of Malaysia's next second round qualifier against Saudi Arabia at Shah Alam Stadium, near Kuala Lumpur, on Tuesday.

Dollah quit after arriving home in the wake of a disastrous qualifying campaign that has seen Malaysia fail to win a match while conceding...

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Manchester United are panic buying, says former assistant Carlos Queiroz

The ESPN FC panel discuss Manchester United's squad being the third most expensive one in Europe and they still don't look like a threatening team.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has blamed the lack of experience at Manchester United as a key reason why he club didn't sign David De Gea.
Although Sir Alex Ferguson recently admitted that his discipline may have cost Manchester United titles, it is still irrefutable that his passionate approach yielded United 13 league titles in his 27-year tenure at Old Trafford.

Former Manchester United assistant manager Carlos Queiroz has accused the club of "panic buying" and said there is a lack of star quality at Old Trafford.

Queiroz, who had two spells as assistant to Sir Alex Ferguson, said he believed both David Moyes and current manager Louis van Gaal had made mistakes as United adapted to life without their most successful-ever boss.

A summer of heavy spending by United has given them the third most expensive squad in Europe, and Queiroz told the Guardian:...

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Wesley Sneijder urges Netherlands stars to sharpen up against Turkey

Netherlands head coach Danny Blind reacts to his side's defeat by Iceland in the European Qualifiers.
The Netherlands are often regarded as the best football team never to have won a major international trophy, and now they face a struggle to qualify for Euro 2016.
The FC crew react to the Netherland's poor performance in their 1-0 defeat by Iceland in their European Championship qualifying match.

Netherlands midfielder Wesley Sneijder has said the players need to be "a lot, lot sharper" as they try to keep their Euro 2016 dream alive against Turkey on Sunday.

Sneijder and his colleagues saw their hopes suffer a major setback when they were beaten 1-0 at home by Group A leaders Iceland on Thursday.

Another defeat in Turkey would make even the chances of a playoff place for Danny Blind's team appear remote.

And Galatasaray star Sniejder told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf: "We are now further...

Real Madrid to donate €1m to help refugees in Spain

Real Madrid are planning on revamping their stadium.
Real Madrid have moved to help the refugee crisis.

Real Madrid are to donate €1 million to aid refugees taken in by Spain, the Primera Division club have announced.

Real have followed in the footsteps of clubs such as Bayern Munich and Celtic, who this week pledged to provide help to people affected by the refugee crisis.

A statement on their official website read: "Faithful to its commitment to charity, the club has taken this decision with the aim of supporting men, women and children who have been forced to leave their homes in order...

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United States 'fun to watch' vs. Peru in comeback win - Jurgen Klinsmann

The United States men's national team came back after Peru scored and early goal to win their home friendly by a score of 2-1 thanks to two goals by Jozy Altidore.

United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann said there were plenty of positive takeaways in a 2-1 win for his side against Peru, adding "it was fun to watch" the team regroup after half-time and mount a comeback.

The Americans looked strong in the opening minutes, but Peru began to take control as the game approached the 20-minute mark, culminating with a Daniel Chavez goal to give the visitors a 1-0 lead at the half.

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However, Klinsmann said the team didn't panic and were supportive of one another in the...