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Brazil mourns Chapecoense as 20,000 attend memorial, many more nearby

Argentina's Racing will wear the Chapecoense crest on their shirts as a tribute to those who lost their lives.
Willian put Chelsea 2-1 ahead over Man City and then paid tribute to Chapecoense.
Thousands gathered at stadiums in Brazil and Colombia to pay their respects to the victims of the Chapecoense tragedy.
Chapecoense's Alejandro Martinuccio aims to carry the legacy of his teammates following the club's tragedy.
Claudio Ranieri gives team news ahead of the weekend, before paying respect to Brazilian side Chapecoense.
New Chapecoense President Ivan Tozzo says the club must get support to survive following the air disaster.

CHAPECO, Brazil -- On a rainy Saturday that only accentuated the grief, 20,000 people filled a tiny stadium under umbrellas and plastic ponchos to say goodbye to members of the Chapecoense football club who died in a plane crash.

The accident on Monday in the Colombian Andes claimed most of the team's players and staff as it headed to Colombia for the first leg of the Copa Sudamericana final. Seventy-one of the 77 people on board died, including 19 players on the team.

After the ceremony, Chapecoense...

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England, Spain authorities call for inquiry into Jose Mourinho's taxes

Jose Mourinho's tax arrangements have been exposed by a whistle-blowing site.

Government officials in England and Spain have called for Jose Mourinho's tax bill to be examined after reports that say the Manchester United coach's advisers hid more than £10 million.

The Sunday Times anaylsed the millions of leaked documents detailing the tax arrangements made by several top football players and coaches, including Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo and Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil.

The newspaper said it found evidence that Mourinho's advisers misled investigators...

Kashima Antlers win J-League title for the eighth time

Kashima Antlers won the J-League title on Saturday.

SAITAMA, Japan -- Kashima Antlers earned their eighth J-League title by beating Urawa Reds 2-1 in the second leg of the final on Saturday.

Antlers lost the first leg 1-0 on Tuesday but clinched the title on away goals after the final finished 2-2 on aggregate.

Former Antlers striker Shinzo Koroki put Urawa ahead with a right-footed volley in the seventh minute, and Mu Kanezaki equalized with a header for the visitors five minutes before the break.

Kanezaki sealed the win with 11 minutes remaining...

 By PA Sport

Stoke's Mark Hughes admits concern with Jack Butland's recovery

Jack Butland
Jack Butland's planned return for a reserves match on Friday did not occur as expected.

Stoke boss Mark Hughes admits he is fearful England goalkeeper Jack Butland has suffered another setback in his recovery from an ankle injury.

The 23-year-old has not played since March, when he fractured his ankle on Three Lions duty in Germany, with the problem flaring up again over the summer and requiring more surgery, and he pulled out of an under-23s fixtures on Friday night.

Butland had been due to return to action in that game at Reading, only to feel pain in the warm-up, so the Potters...

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Diego Simeone's son sees Inter Milan in his father's future

Diego Simeone said in April that he would like to take over Inter one day.

The son of Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone believes his father will switch to Inter Milan in the future.

Simeone played for Inter for two seasons from 1997-1999 and said in April that "one day I will return" to the Italian side, who have failed to qualify for the Champions League the past five seasons.

Giovanni Simeone, a striker for Genoa, told Onda Cero in Spain that he hopes his father follows up on his Inter vision.

"I think that at some stage my father will sign for Inter," the younger...

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Juventus' Max Allegri backs Gonzalo Higuain amid striker's goal drought

Juventus celebrate their victory over Atalanta on Saturday.
Juventus eased to a 3-1 win over Atalanta on Saturday.

Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri backed Gonzalo Higuain to rediscover his form after the striker failed to score for the fourth straight game on Saturday.

Goals from Alex Sandro, Daniele Rugani and Mario Mandzukic allowed Juve to beat Atalanta 3-1, and Allegri didn't see any issue as Higuain's drought continued.

"Higuain is accustomed to scoring goals every week, but it is normal that there are others to score for Juventus," Allegri told Premium Sports.

"He has had opportunities to do...