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Sporting defender concedes 3 pens, sent off

Sebastian Coates endured a terrible game in Sporting's defeat at the hands of Rio Ave.

Sporting Lisbon defender Sebastian Coates endured a nightmare evening as he conceded three penalties and was sent off in his side's 3-2 defeat to Rio Ave on Saturday.

The former Liverpool man fouled the same player Mehdi Taremi three times for the penalty incidents.

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Coates received his first yellow card after conceding a spot kick within the first six minutes of the match...


Sources: United doubted Fernandes' quality

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Manchester United ended their interest in Bruno Fernandes because of concerns the midfielder loses possession too much, sources have told ESPN FC.

United looked at Fernandes as a potential option to boost their midfield after an impressive season that saw the Portugal international score 31 goals for Sporting Lisbon.

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However, the club's recruitment team voiced concerns about the 24-year-old's passing statistics -- highlighting...

Casillas named in Porto squad for new season

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FC Porto goalkeeper Iker Casillas suffered a heart attack in a training session on May 1 and spent five days in hospital.

FC Porto goalkeeper Iker Casillas, who suffered a heart attack in May, has been registered by the club to play in this season's Portuguese league.

The former Spain and Real Madrid goalkeeper, 38, was included in the Porto's squad list on the league's official website ahead of their opening league game away to Gil Vicente on Saturday.

Casillas, who captained Spain to their only World Cup triumph in 2010 and played 725 games for Real Madrid before joining Porto in 2015, suffered a heart attack...

Sporting ensure Liverpool end U.S. tour winless

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Liverpool will depart the United States without a win after being held to a 2-2 draw by Sporting CP at New York's Yankee Stadium.

The Reds fly back to Merseyside on Wednesday night after fulfilling their post-match responsibilities having also lost 3-1 against Borussia Dortmund at Notre Dame Stadium and 2-1 to Sevilla at Fenway Park.

Liverpool have not "shown their best face" -- to borrow Jurgen Klopp's description -- during games on the tour with fitness prioritised over all else.

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Porto to aid Casillas recovery with coaching role

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Iker Casillas will work as link between the coaches and directors to the players.

FC Porto announced on Monday that veteran goalkeeper Iker Casillas will join the team's staff as he continues his recovery from a heart attack suffered two-and-a-half months ago.

Spain's 2010 World Cup-winning captain has not been given medical clearance yet to resume his playing career and he has not announced his retirement.

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Porto said in a club statement that Casillas, 38, will be part of the Porto staff as he continues recovering from his "health problem"...