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Sergio Aguero's brother Gaston 'Kuncito' del Castillo joins Cadiz

Sergio Aguero's younger brother, Gaston "Kuncito" del Castillo, has joined Spanish Segunda side Cadiz on loan from Independiente.

Del Castillo, 19, made his debut in April for Independiente in Argentina's Premier Division and almost joined Italian club Crotone on loan during the summer, only for the deal to fall through.


According...

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Antoine Griezmann urges France to forget Euros, backs Varane to shine

France's Antoine Griezmann and Sebastien Corchia preview the team's upcoming friendly against Italy.

Antoine Griezmann wants France to forget about their European Championship misery and rally together ahead of their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign.

The French lost 1-0 to Portugal in extra time of the Euro 2016 final, but Griezmann picked up the top scorer award with six goals, and was named player of the tournament.

Despite interest from around Europe, Griezmann opted to stay at Atletico Madrid and is now ready to play a key role in his country's upcoming games -- a friendly against Italy on...

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'Golden boy' Gabriel Jesus will be a star at Manchester City - Cuca

Manchester City have completed the signing of Palmeiras forward Gabriel Jesus.

Palmeiras coach Cuca has backed Gabriel Jesus to take the Premier League by storm when he joins new club Manchester City after the end of the Brazilian domestic campaign.

Jesus, 19, has signed a contract with Pep Guardiola's side but will stay with Palmeiras till the end of the season, after a successful Olympic tournament with Brazil.

With 26 goals in 71 matches for Palmeiras, Jesus continued to deliver the goods alongside Neymar, with three goals in Rio to help the South Americans clinch their...

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Perak's Nazirul Naim ruled out Malaysia's friendly against Indonesia

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey interviews Malaysia national coach Ong Kim Swee as he prepares his side for their match against Indonesia.

The Malaysian camp has been hit by another setback after Nazirul Naim was been ruled out with a hamstring injury for the friendly against Indonesia in Solo on Sept. 6.

The Perak left-back, who has been impressive this season, was the only player who failed to report for training at FAM headquarters this week.

His absence will be a worry for coach Ong Kim Swee, who could also be without Brendan Gan and Hazwan Bakri against their potential 2016 Suzuki rivals, who will be playing their first game in...

 By PA Sport

Wayne Rooney overruled Roy Hodgson in England's Kane-corner debate

ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses England manager Sam Allardyce's comments saying he will play Wayne Rooney as the No. 10.
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Wayne Rooney took over England's corner-taking duty despite Roy Hodgson wanting Harry Kane to take them.

Wayne Rooney has admitted he overruled former England manager Roy Hodgson by replacing Harry Kane on corner duty during Euro 2016.

Hodgson was criticised for a number of his tactical and selection decisions as his side failed in France, with one of the earliest debates centring around his main striker delivering dead balls rather than getting on the end of them.

Kane took all six corners in the opening game against Russia, only for Rooney to take over early in the second group match against Wales.

The...

 By PA Sport

'Ragged' and 'raw' Michail Antonio always held out for England squad call

Michail Antonio will join Wayne Rooney in Sam Allardyce's first England squad.

England newcomer Michail Antonio accepts he is "ragged'' and "raw'' but believes he can follow in the footsteps of other rough diamonds like Jamie Vardy and Ian Wright.

The West Ham winger is the only uncapped player in Sam Allardyce's first squad, completing a remarkable rise from non-league Tooting and Mitcham to the international arena.

Antonio, 26, might have been in the professional system since signing for Reading eight years ago, and in the Premier League for the past 12 months, but it is...