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Atletico Madrid announce deal to sign Sevilla's Kevin Gameiro

Diego Simeone says while he's been in charge, Atletico Madrid has approached all competitions with true passion.
Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak made a slew of key saves to preserve a 1-0 win over Tottenham.
Jan Oblak reacts to Atletico Madrid's narrow 1-0 win over Tottenham.

Atletico Madrid have agreed a deal to sign Kevin Gameiro from Sevilla on a four-year contract, with Marca reporting the fee as €32 million rising to €40m with add-ons.

Gameiro, 29, will travel to Madrid on Saturday evening to complete the deal and undergo a medical.

The France international striker was not part of Les Bleus' Euro 2016 squad despite another impressive season with Sevilla, in which he won the Europa League for a third consecutive season.

In his three campaigns for...

 By PA Sport

Wolves appoint Walter Zenga as manager to replace Kenny Jackett

Walter Zenga won Serie A and two UEFA Cups during his playing career with Inter Milan.

Wolves have moved quickly to find a successor to Kenny Jackett with former Italy goalkeeper Walter Zenga set to become their new head coach.

Zenga, 56, will formally start work at Molineux on Monday after agreeing to replace Jackett, who was sacked on Friday night just four days after receiving assurances about his future by the club's new owners.

A former Inter Milan player, Zenga brings a wealth of experience to the hotseat following time in charge of clubs such as Steaua Bucharest, Red Star Belgrade,...

 By Nicolas Anil

Shukor Adan's late header earns Felda United win in Malaysia Cup

Felda United
Felda United overcame Melaka in the Malaysia Cup.

Captain Shukor Adan led by example as his late header earned Felda United a hard-fought 1-0 win over a resilient Melaka United in the Malaysia Cup on Friday night.

With both teams winning three each of their previous six encounters, this was always likely to be a closely fought affair.

Felda, who had won four of their last five games in all competitions, almost took the lead through a beautiful team effort involving Lutfulla Turaev, Forkey Doe and Zah Rahan Krangar in the fourth minute.


 By PA Sport

Bundesliga sides warned not to rest players against Bayern Munich

Carlo Ancelotti assesses Bayern Munich's loss to AC Milan in penalties.
Carlo Ancelotti praises the performance of Franck Ribery after he found the net in Bayern's friendly against AC Milan.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge discusses the importance of Bayern Munich touring the United States this summer.
Bayern Munich head coach Carlo Ancelotti believes Robert Lewandowski will again be vital for the Bavarian giants this season.

Bundesliga teams have been warned not to field weakened teams against Bayern Munich in the coming campaign.

Last season several teams rotated their sides substantially for their games against the champions, indicating that they would prepare to rest players for fixtures they had a better chance of winning.

German Football Association president Christian Seifert would not like to see the same again and is even considering ways to punish any club who give Bayern an easy ride.

"It destroys the integrity...

 By PA Sport

England win the 1966 World Cup, 50 years on: By the numbers

Bobby Moore lifts the World Cup for England in 1966.

It is 50 years since England won their one and only World Cup, beating West Germany 4-2 at Wembley on July 30, 1966.

96,924 -- the official attendance at Wembley.

2,575 -- it would have cost 25 pounds and 75 shillings for a Grade 1 "10-match ticket" to watch all the 1966 World Cup games in a group, the knockout stages and then guaranteed admission to the final at Wembley, for which there were no individual seat tickets put on sale. According to monetary website, that...

 By PA Sport

Geoff Hurst hits hat trick as England beat West Germany to win World Cup

England celebrate glory in the 1966 World Cup final at Wembley.

It is 50 years since England won their one and only World Cup, beating West Germany 4-2 at Wembley on July 30, 1966. Here, PA Sport recap the match.

Geoff Hurst blasted England to World Cup final glory as his hat trick secured a dramatic 4-2 extra-time victory over West Germany.

But the West Ham striker's treble was shrouded in controversy when his second goal was awarded by Swiss referee Gottfried Dienst only after he had consulted Soviet linesman Tofik Bakhramov, with the Germans insisting...