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MAN UNITED: Jose Mourinho is "unlucky" not to see his side competing for the Premier League title this season, according to former Old Trafford boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
- Marcus Rashford needs to "mix his game up" if he is to fulfil his potential, according to Old Trafford legend Ryan Giggs.
- Sanchez was given a speeding ticket and must appear in court after being clocked driving at 155 kilometres per hour (96 mph) in the Buin area, south of Santiago, during a free afternoon given to the Chile national team.
- Sanchez has revealed that that he played football as a kid in his local jail in Chile.
- Robert Pires thinks Arsene Wenger will sign a contract extension with the club.
ENGLAND: Gareth Southgate had not appreciated Wilfried Zaha's international future was on a "disappearing egg timer," but the England manager is only interested in players desperate to represent the country.
- D'Margio Wright-Phillips, the son of former Manchester City winger Shaun, has been called up to the England under-16s squad for the Montaigu tournament in France next month.
- Ruben Loftus-Cheek struck twice as England under-21s continued their preparations for the European Championships with a comfortable 4-0 friendly win in Denmark.
LIVERPOOL: The club will again hire a private jet in order to bring Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino swiftly back from international duty, a source has told ESPN FC.
- Dejan Lovren would welcome Liverpool signing Ivan Perisic, but said he was not aware of any plans for a transfer.
COLOMBIA: James Rodriguez has been photographed brandishing his middle finger from an upstairs window at the Colombia Football Federation offices, in a shot published on Sunday by news agency Agence France-Presse.
EVERTON: FIFA will cover the wages of Everton defender Seamus Coleman after he suffered a double leg fracture in Republic of Ireland's 0-0 World Cup qualifying draw against Wales in Dublin.
PSG: French publication L'Equipe have apologised to Paris Saint-Germain, as well as midfield duo Marco Verratti and Blaise Matuidi, for inaccurate recent claims about the pair being out before the Champions League defeat to Barcelona.
UNITED STATES: Bruce Arena said that while Borussia Dortmund deserves "a lot of the credit" for developing budding star Christian Pulisic, the U.S. player-development system deserves some plaudits as well.
- Arena says there is no magic wand that he waved to improve the performance of the United States.
- Bobby Wood has said he could have quit football had it not been for former U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann.
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