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Singapore thrashed by Albirex Niigata for second loss on Japan tour

Singapore striker Khairul Nizam
Singapore's squad in Japan was missing many of their most experienced players.

With the start of the AFF Suzuki Cup less than four months away, Singapore were given another wake up call after being thrashed 3-0 by Japanese side Albirex Niigata at the Denka Big Swan Stadium in Niigata City on Sunday.

After conceding three times in the first quarter of an hour, the Lions showed greater defensive steel in the second half to be spared from a heavier defeat.

Albirex Niigata are only in 15th spot in the 18-team J-League. But they were a class above the visitors from Southeast Asia,...

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Kostas Manolas wanted by Man City, Man United and Chelsea - agent

Kostas Manolas
Kostas Manolas joined Roma from Olympiakos in 2014.

Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea are all interested in Roma defender Kosta Manolas, the player's agent has said.

Manolas, 25, has been linked with a move to City this summer as Pep Guardiola looks to add to his defensive options.

Speaking to Italian newspaper Il Tempo, Ioannis Evangelopoulos refused to comment on whether the Greece international would stay in Serie A, but confirmed Manolas is in demand.

"The best clubs in Europe want him," he said. "There isn't just Manchester City,...

Jose Mourinho concerned by Beijing pitch ahead of Manchester derby

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Jose Mourinho has insisted his focus is to avoid injuries ahead of the Manchester derby in Beijing on Monday because the pitch is "very bad."

Mourinho also pointed out that United are without many key players, unlike Manchester City, for the derby at the Bird's Nest Stadium in the Chinese capital.

"City against United for me is at Old Trafford or at the Etihad or even the cup final at Wembley," Mourinho said. "Not a friendly. Maybe, with these conditions, it's a double friendly.

"The pitch is very...

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Besiktas announce talks to sign Barcelona full-back Adriano Correia

Adriano joined Barcelona from Sevilla in 2010.

Besiktas have confirmed they are negotiating with Barcelona over the signing of full-back Adriano Correia.

Adriano, 31, was included in the Barca squad for the preseason tour of the UK but he started only four La Liga games last season, with a further four substitute appearances, and appears to be surplus to requirements under Luis Enrique.

Bestikas issued a statement on Sunday to announce that talks had begun over a potential deal for the versatile Brazilian.

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Jamie Vardy had no reason to leave Leicester for Arsenal - Wes Morgan

Jamie Vardy committed his future to Leicester by signing a new four-year deal in June.

Jamie Vardy made the right decision to reject the chance to join Arsenal and sign a new contract with Leicester, Foxes captain Wes Morgan has said, and backed his teammate to get even better this season.

Vardy scored 24 goals in 36 Premier League games last season to fire the Leicester to the title and Morgan believes he can replicate that form in the coming campaign.

He said: "Jamie had a fantastic season. It's to be expected that teams are going to be interested in him. But he has committed himself...

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Football Association may lose government funding - Sports Minister

Tracey Crouch, pictured with Sir Trevor Brooking in 2014, says the FA's funding could go elsewhere.

Sports Minister Tracey Crouch has warned the Football Association it could stand to lose government funding if it does not reform.

New governance codes are currently being worked on between the government and national governing bodies of sports in the United Kingdom, with new public funding rounds beginning next year.

However, with the FA being accused of standing still on the issue of reform, Crouch has threatened to cut their funding, even suggesting it could be redistributed to county football...