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Abou Diaby still not ready to make Marseille debut

PSG striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic becomes the club's all-time leading goal-scorer, netting his 110th goal for Paris in the French classic to beat Marseille 2-1.

Abou Diaby is not yet ready to make his first appearance for Marseille as he seeks full fitness.

OM hoped the injury-plagued former Arsenal midfielder could feature in Friday's friendly against Nimes to build match-sharpness before the Ligue 1 season resumes after the international break.

However, team doctor Christophe Baudot has ruled the 29-year-old out as the club take a careful approach to his integration.

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Chung Mung-joon tight-lipped over England 2018 bid vote promise

Four FIFA sponsors - Coca-Cola, Budweiser, Visa and McDonald's - have called for beleaguered president Sepp Blatter to resign immediately.

Korean billionaire and FIFA presidential hopeful Chung Mung-joon has refused to say whether he promised Prince William over a glass of whisky that he would back England's bid for the 2018 World Cup.

England's bid leaders accused Chung of reneging on his promise after the vote in 2010, and also told FIFA's ethics investigators that the Korean had promised to trade his vote in return for England's FIFA vice-president Geoff Thompson voting for Korea's 2022 bid.

Chung confirmed that he had met Prince...

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Republic of Ireland defender Seamus Coleman out of Germany qualifier

Seamus Coleman could be crucial to Ireland's hopes in Poland on his birthday.

Everton defender Seamus Coleman will miss Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifier against Germany on Thursday through injury.

Coleman will sit out the visit of the world champions to Dublin in readiness for Sunday's trip to Poland, which will decide who qualifies directly for the finals, who makes the playoffs and who is eliminated.

Germany are almost certain to qualify, but with Poland favourites to finish second. While Ireland could still make the top two if they finish with a flourish, they...

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Paulo Dybala says Argentina rewarded his patience

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes discusses Gonzalo Higuain's omission from the Argentina squad for their opening WCQ matches, while Paulo Dybala received a call-up for his fine form with Juventus.

Juventus forward Paulo Dybala said that his patience was rewarded with his first call-up for the Albiceleste's two opening World Cup qualifying games against Ecuador and Paraguay.

The 21-year-old, who over the summer penned a five-year deal worth €32 million with Juventus, scored 13 Serie A goals for Palermo last season.

He had options to play for Poland, Italy or Argentina because of his family ancestry, but said he always wanted to play for Argentina.

"Last year [Argentina coach Gerardo]...

Jonny Evans out for Northern Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifier vs. Greece

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill will be without several key players for his team's Euro 2016 qualifier vs. Greece.

Northern Ireland defender Jonny Evans will miss Thursday's crunch Euro 2016 qualifier against Greece, but could yet feature against Finland.

Evans, 27, suffered a hamstring injury at the weekend and has not yet travelled to Belfast.

The West Brom centre-half will make the journey ahead of the Greece clash, where victory will be enough to secure a place at Euro 2016, and should his country still need a result in Helsinki he will be assessed.

"Jonny will join the squad tomorrow with a view to...

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Team doctors need protection in wake of Carneiro's Chelsea exit - FA chief

Eva Carneiro has parted company with Chelsea as their team doctor.

Managers who attempt to interfere with the treatment of players by team doctors should face disciplinary action and sanctions in the future, according to the Football Association's independent board member Heather Rabbatts.

Speaking in the wake of the case of former Chelsea team doctor Eva Carneiro, who has parted company with the club after being criticised by Jose Mourinho and dropped from first-team duties, Rabbatts said the FA needed to look at all the issues that had been raised.