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Jamie Vardy promises Leicester will 'give it our all' in Champions League

Claudio Ranieri was pleased with his side's performance in the club's first win of the season over Swansea City.

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy is confident ahead of the English champions' first Champions League campaign, saying: "We know we can hurt teams."

The Premier League winners face Porto, Bruges and FC Copenhagen in the competition, and Vardy said the Foxes would "give it our all."

The England international striker scored his first goal of the season as the champions secured their first win, 2-1 at home to Swansea.

And looking ahead to the European challenge, Vardy told reporters: "We'll take on...

China's Gao Hongbo looks to Olympics for inspiration in World Cup qualifiers

Gao Hongbo
Gao Hongbo is in his second spell in charge of China.

China head coach Gao Hongbo is looking to the Olympic Games for inspiration as he seeks to prove the national football team are no pushovers when they kick off the final phase of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup against South Korea on Thursday.

The Chinese have a wretched record against the Koreans, having won just once against the nine-time World Cup qualifiers and with that victory coming in the East Asian Championship in Tokyo in 2010 during Gao's previous stint in charge.

But he believes his...

 By Mark Lovell

Uli Hoeness has right to second chance at Bayern Munich - FIFA's Eckert

The ESPN FC crew discuss Bayern Munich's potential starting XI and the implications it could have in the Bundesliga and Champions League.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Bayern Munich's 6-0 thrashing of Werder Bremen, and if anyone can truly challenge them in the Bundesliga.

FIFA Ethics Committee chairman Hans-Joachim Eckert says Uli Hoeness "didn't damage Bayern Munich commercially" despite his tax evasion conviction and added: "Everyone has a right to rehabilitation in society."

Hoeness, 64, was Bayern president between 2009 and 2014 but had to give up the role in March 2014, when convicted of evading millions of euros in tax through an undeclared Swiss bank account. 

Hoeness was released from prison in late February after serving half of his three-and-a-half-year...

Tottenham's Son Heung-Min has 'heard nothing' about Wolfsburg move

Son Heung-Min has been linked with a move to German club Wolfsburg.

Tottenham Hotspur attacker Son Heung-Min has said he is in the dark over a possible move to Wolfsburg and added that speculation surrounding his future at White Hart Lane is "not a good sign."

Reports in recent days suggest Wolfsburg have identified Son as a key target as they attempt to bolster their attacking options following Bas Dost's move to Sporting, confirmed on Sunday.

Son joined Tottenham from Bayer Leverkusen for around £18 million last summer but failed to establish himself as a...

Manchester City 'have our own style' under Pep Guardiola - David Silva

The ESPN crew discuss Raheem Sterling's wonderful start to the Prem season, and if Pep Guardiola is the key to his form.

MANCHESTER, England -- David Silva believes that Pep Guardiola is developing a new way of playing at Manchester City that will bring success in the Premier League.

City made it three wins out of three on Sunday with a 3-1 victory over West Ham to move ahead of Chelsea and Manchester United on goal difference going into the international break.

Guardiola's side were scintillating at times, pulling apart the Hammers defence in the first half with Silva at the centre of City's sharp play.

But the Spanish...

Bobby Wood: Draw spoils joy of first Bundesliga goal with Hamburg

Hamburg's Bobby Wood scored his first Bundesliga goal against Ingolstadt.

U.S. international Bobby Wood said he would have preferred Hamburg had beaten Ingolstadt after scoring his first goal for the club in Saturday's 1-1 draw.

The 23-year-old hit the back of the net only 30 minutes into his Bundesliga debut for Hamburg following his €3.5m summer transfer from second-tier club Union Berlin.

The forward picked up a long ball by Hamburg keeper Rene Adler and scored with a strong finish from inside the box, but he was left with mixed emotions with the draw.

"Sure,...