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African Confederation Cup: Player recovering after spinal injuries

The injury happened as AC Leopards took on Zamalek.

A Congolese footballer is recovering in intensive care in a Cairo military hospital after suffering serious injuries in an African Confederation Cup match at the weekend.

AC Leopards captain Rudy Guelord Bhebey-Ndey sustained spinal injuries when he fell heavily in a challenge with Ahmed El-Shennawy, the goalkeeper for Egyptian club Zamalek.

Neurosurgeon Salah Abdel-Khalek, who carried out successful surgery, told...

 By PA Sport

Jose Angel Crespo completes Aston Villa transfer from Cordoba

Jose Angel Crespo becomes Aston Villa's seventh signing of the summer.

Aston Villa have completed the signing of Cordoba defender Jose Angel Crespo.

Crespo, 28, has signed a three-year deal at Villa Park and joins for an undisclosed fee.

He becomes Tim Sherwood's seventh signing of the summer after completing a medical but is unlikely to feature in their friendly at Wolves on Tuesday.

 By Kevin Palmer

Eden Hazard needs more goals to match Ronaldo and Messi - Wenger

The ESPN FC crew talk De Gea's future, Klinsmann's job security and debate whether Hazard or Neymar is the better player.
Our ESPN FC #PremRank has concluded with Chelsea's Eden Hazard topping the list.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard needs to bolster his goals tally before he can be ranked alongside Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Blues boss Jose Mourinho has said Hazard, who Wenger tried to sign before he joined Chelsea in 2012, had a better season last year than Ronaldo.

While Wenger confirmed he was an admirer of the playmaker who will be in opposition when his side play Chelsea in Sunday's Community Shield match at Wembley, he said that the 24-year-old...

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PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot plays down Zlatan Ibrahimovic spat

Paris Saint-Germain boss Laurent Blanc expects 'a positive outcome' in the French domestic treble winners' pursuit of Manchester United winger Ángel Di María.
PSG defender David Luiz opens up on his time in New York for the preseason as well as his expectations for the upcoming season.

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot has played down his on-field confrontation with teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The pair exchanged words in Sunday's preseason friendly against Chelsea after Ibrahimovic, who had put PSG ahead in the first half, gave the ball away.

Rabiot told the club's official website: "With Ibra, we got a little bit heated on the field but we spoke about it in the dressing room.

"We put everything back in order, there were no worries. These things happen on the field....

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Arsene Wenger defends Arsenal spending after Mourinho comments

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer analyses how both Arsenal and Chelsea conduct their transfer business after Jose Mourinho commented on the Gunners squad and spending.

Arsene Wenger has rejected claims from Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho that Arsenal have abandoned their cautious transfer approach.

Chelsea manager Mourinho has suggested totting up Arsenal's spending in the last two years leads to a "surprise," resuming his sparring with Gunners boss Wenger.

Mourinho has labelled Arsenal as genuine contenders for this year's Premier League title, before the two teams clash in the Community Shield on Sunday.

Wenger responded by insisting Arsenal spend within their...

Andres Iniesta: To be Barcelona captain 'something truly special'

FC Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique has spelled out his ambition to win three more titles before the year is out.
Andres Iniesta will use his experience to take Barcelona on.

Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta is delighted to be leading the club in his first official season as captain and says he is hoping for more success.

Iniesta, 31, is the oldest player in the Barcelona squad after the departure of Xavi Hernandez to Qatari club Al Sadd SC this summer and has inherited the armband after a Treble winning season.

The 2015-16 campaign will be the Spain international's 13th with the Blaugrana first team and he is pleased to have been given the chance to lead his teammates...