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Brazil set to face Costa Rica in friendly in New Jersey

HARRISON, N.J. -- Brazil will play Costa Rica in a friendly at Red Bull Arena on Sept. 5, three days before the Selecao meet the United States at Foxborough, Massachusetts.

The game, announced Tuesday, is on a FIFA international date, which means clubs must release players to national teams.

Both teams are preparing for their first games this fall in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.

The game replaces Brazil's planned friendly against Argentina in San Francisco that was cancelled as part of the...

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Pep Guardiola shouts at Nigel De Jong after tackle injures Joshua Kimmich

During half time of Bayern Munich and AC Milan, Pep Guardiola and Nigel De Jong appeared to have a big disagreement.

Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola acknowledged he was upset at AC Milan's Nigel De Jong for a foul that injured Joshua Kimmich in Tuesday's Audi Cup game.

Kimmich had to be replaced 20 minutes into the game after a tackle from De Jong, who was not booked on the play.

But there were fireworks at half-time when Guardiola and De Jong were involved in a shouting match in the tunnel.

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"I was sad for Joshua Kimmich," Guardiola said about his outburst after his side came away with a 3-0 victory....

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Marc Pugh says Bournemouth can't change style in Premier League debut

Callum Wilson and Bournemouth are preparing to play the first Premier League match in the club's history.

Marc Pugh insists Bournemouth must approach their debut Premier League season with a fearless intent to play the passing football that drove their ascent into the top flight.

The Cherries open their first campaign among the game's elite against Aston Villa on Saturday knowing they are among the relegation favourites.

Pugh, the club's longest-serving player following a five-year spell at Dean Court, believes their best hope of establishing themselves in the Premier League is by refusing to change...

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Gareth Bale urges Rafa Benitez to keep him in the middle for Real Madrid

Goals from James Rodriguez and Gareth Bale propelled Real Madrid over Tottenham and into the final of the Audi Cup.
Gareth Bale says he prefers playing in the middle for Real Madrid.

Gareth Bale says he can lead Real Madrid to trophies as long as he continues to play in his "best position" in the centre of attack.

With Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema missing from Real's lineup, Rafa Benitez gave Bale a central role in a 4-4-2 formation during his side's 2-0 win over Tottenham on Tuesday.

Bale provided the second of Real's goals in the second half and the former Spurs player told The Guardian after game that he prefers playing in the middle after two years on the right wing...

 By Mike Whalley

Nathaniel Clyne tips Liverpool for Premier League title contention

After a disappointing 2014-15 season Liverpool seem destined to aim for a Champions League spot, rather than a league title.

Nathaniel Clyne has tipped Liverpool for a Premier League title challenge this season.

The Reds have not been champions of England since 1990, but almost ended that wait in 2014 when they finished as runners-up to Manchester City.

Brendan Rodgers' side slipped to sixth last season, missing out on Champions League qualification after picking up just eight points from their final nine matches.

England right-back Clyne, signed by Rodgers from Southampton on July 1, thinks the Reds can regain...

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Ajax dumped out of Champions League by Rapid Vienna, Monaco cruise

Rapid Vienna celebrate after Louis Schaub scored his first goal.

Rapid Vienna have advanced to the final qualifying round of the Champions League with a shock 3-2 win over Ajax in Amsterdam, a 5-4 aggregate victory.

Rapid, the lowest-ranked team in the non-champions section of the draw, looked to be on their way out a week ago when they trailed 2-1 at home and had been reduced to 10 men. But they found an equaliser to give them hope for the return leg and produced a fine performance to send Ajax tumbling out.

The Austrian side rushed into a shock two-goal lead...