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Dusan Tadic learned from injury-marred 2014-15 Southampton season

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman is handling Jay Rodriguez's return to action carefully. The Saints striker ruptured his aneterior cruciate ligament in March last year.

Dusan Tadic believes he is getting back to his best after pushing himself too hard during his maiden season at Southampton.

An impressive spell in the Eredivisie with FC Groningen and then FC Twente earned the 26-year-old midfielder a big-money move to St Mary's last summer.

Tadic was Ronald Koeman's first signing as Saints manager and quickly justified his £10.9million price tag, scoring one and providing four assists in the remarkable 8-0 mauling of Sunderland.

The Serbia international also...

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Arsenal vs. Chelsea in Community Shield won't be friendly - Wenger

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is keen to add his first piece of silverware of the season ahead of the Community Shield against Chelsea.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists he remains unfazed by his inability to register a single victory over Jose Mourinho in 13 attempts.

Wenger accepted there would be few pleasantries when Arsenal face Chelsea in Sunday's Community Shield at Wembley on Sunday.

The Gunners' French manager is prepared for the "tribunal'' of public scrutiny he believes follows every big clash in English football, vowing not to alter his Premier League plans win or lose this weekend.

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Orlando City adds 6,000 seats to stadium, targets 2016 completion

Orlando City have been playing at the Citrus Bowl in front of an average of 33,960 fans.

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Orlando City soccer officials said Friday that their new downtown stadium is expected to be completed by the end of the 2016 season.

Team officials said during an unveiling of the new design for the 25,500-seat stadium that the privately-funded, $155 million facility should be finished in the next 12 to 14 months. That coincides with the final month of next season, or the start of the MLS playoffs.

The team's original plans called for a 19,500-seat stadium that would cost $110 million...

Chelsea confident of completing deal for left-back Baba Rahman - sources

The ESPN FC crew react to news that Chelsea are reportedly in talks with signings Augsburg left-back Rahman Baba.

Chelsea are confident of securing a move for highly rated Augsburg defender Baba Rahman, sources have told ESPN FC.

Last week, Chelsea were in pole position to land Ghana international Rahman after tracking him all summer.

Jose Mourinho has made Rahman his top target as he searches for a new left-back following the departure of Filipe Luis back to Atletico Madrid.

Reports earlier on Friday suggested that the Blues had moved on to pursuing Galatasaray's Alex Telles, but sources said Chelsea remain...

 By Tom Marshall

Pedro Caixinha, others running away from Mexico job consideration

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Alejandro Moreno discuss the recent dismissal of Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera, and what that means for the national team.

Santos Laguna coach Pedro Caixinha is not considering the possibility of taking over as Mexico national team coach, following Miguel Herrera's firing earlier this week for an alleged altercation with a TV commentator.

The Portuguese coach has been one of the prime candidates put forward in Mexico, but his focus remains on Los Guerreros in the short term and moving back to Europe in the future.

"My objectives are on returning to Europe at a competitive club level, not on being a national team manager,"...

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Rickie Lambert scores twice just hours after signing for West Brom

Rickie Lambert had his first two West Brom goals before the ink had dried on his new contract.

Rickie Lambert enjoyed a whirlwind start to his West Brom career on Friday, marking his debut with two goals just hours after passing a medical and signing a two-year deal.

The brace helped the Baggies to a 4-0 win over Bristol Rovers, where Lambert played from 2006-2009.

The fee was agreed around lunchtime and Lambert travelled down to Birmingham for a medical ahead of the deal being completed late in the day.

He then started Albion's preseason friendly, opening the scoring with a deflected effort...