Trending: Bob Bradley hits out at Jurgen Klinsmann, Neymar injured
Here are the latest stories for Friday.
SWANSEA: In his first news conference, manager Bob Bradley said he was eager to "earn respect" as the first American in the Premier League, and also hit out at Jurgen Klinsmann for "jockeying" for his job as U.S. boss in 2010.
- Earlier, Bradley said his style has been influenced by visits to Manchester United's Carrington training base to see how Sir Alex Ferguson worked.
- Argentina midfielder Javier Mascherano has accepted the blame for the late Christian Cueva equaliser that earned Peru draw.
ECUADOR: Ecuador forward Enner Valencia avoided police on Thursday for a third time in the space of two days after a warrant was issued for his detention regarding charges of unpaid child support, according to local media reports.
- De Rossi has forgiven Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon for his howler in the Azzurri's draw with Spain, reminding reporters even the best players can make mistakes.
ITALY: Graziano Pelle has been released from the Italy squad and will not travel with the team for their World Cup qualifier against Macedonia after he refused to shake the hand of coach Giampiero Ventura upon being substituted in Thursday's 1-1 draw with Spain.
SPAIN: Spain and Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has told his critics they should enjoy it while they can, adding: "In the end they will be silenced, as they have been for many years."
- Arsenal will deal with manager Arsene Wenger's future "in our own way and in our own time," club CEO Ivan Gazidis said Thursday.
- Real Madrid coach Zidane said it is "good" that Cristiano Ronaldo shows his displeasure at being substituted.
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