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 By PA Sport

Brendan Rodgers backs old club Liverpool to finish in top four

The ESPN FC panel look at Liverpool's signings in the summer transfer window and what it means for Liverpool's EPL season.

Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes this season represents the perfect chance for his old club to qualify for the Champions League again.

The Reds are not involved in European competition and the last time that happened was in 2013-14 when Rodgers came close to winning the Premier League.

For that reason he believes Jurgen Klopp has a great opportunity to crack the top four, with most of their rivals having to balance the requirements of European football.

"I think Liverpool have a...

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Premier League's Richard Scudamore not concerned by England display

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno debate whether Sam Allardyce is the right fit for England.

Richard Scudamore has revealed the Premier League saw "nothing" from Euro 2016 to provide cause for concern over the development of English players.

The organisation reviewed England's performances and, despite the 2-1 defeat by Iceland being considered among the worst in their history, remains confident in the players' ability.

Sam Allardyce has been appointed as England's new manager, and on Monday he spoke of his belief the squad had been good enough to win Euro 2016.

The Premier League's verdict...

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Bournemouth's Max Gradel signs new four-year deal

With a crunch series of fixtures ahead, Max Gradel's return will be a big help for Bournemouth manager with Eddie Howe.
Max Gradel, right, will stay at Bournemouth under manager Eddie Howe.

Bournemouth winger Max Gradel has signed a new four-year contract which will keep him at the Vitality Stadium until 2020.

The 28-year-old, who signed in the summer from St Etienne, made just 14 Premier League appearances for the Cherries last season after a six-month lay-off with a cruciate knee ligament injury.

Gradel had an initial spell on the south coast on loan from Leicester back in 2007 and chief executive Neill Blake is pleased to see the Ivory Coast international extend his stay.

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Guillermo Ochoa feels wanted in Granada after loan from Malaga

Guillermo Ochoa
Guillermo Ochoa is eager to earn more playing time with Granada.

Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa is hoping for better fortune in his one-year loan at Granada after struggling for minutes at Malaga.

Ochoa starred for El Tri at the 2014 World Cup and signed with Malaga from Ligue 1 minnows Ajaccio in the aftermath, but he was swiftly relegated to the bench behind No. 1 Carlos Kameni.

The 31-year-old featured in just 13 matches last term and sealed a loan move to Granada last weekend.

The former Club America stopper said he didn't think twice in considering the...

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England had enough talent to win Euro 2016 - Greg Dyke

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop wonders who will lead England should Sam Allardyce not choose Wayne Rooney as captain.

Roy Hodgson's England Euro 2016 squad had enough talent to win the whole tournament, Greg Dyke has said.

The outgoing chairman of the Football Association said he felt the young England team had the potential to outplay finalists France and Portugal, despite their exit in the round-of-16 stage.

His words come a day after Sam Allardyce gave his first news conference as Roy Hodgson's successor in the England job.

New manager Allardyce suggested that the team Hodgson had going into the tournament was...

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Chelsea agree to include academy in plans for EFL Trophy - report

Chelsea's academy appears set to play for the EFL Trophy.

The English Football League's revamping of the EFL Trophy has been given a timely boost as Press Association Sport reported Chelsea are set to change their mind about their participation and have agreed in principle to enter their academy side.

Sixteen teams with category-one status academies have been invited to join the 48 sides from League One and League Two in an attempt to refresh the competition -- formerly known as the Johnstone's Paint Trophy -- for the 2016-17 season.

A number of leading...