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Stones: Colombia the dirtiest team I have played

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Wilmar Barrios: Boca Juniors will only consider offers in January

England may have their eyes set on Sweden, but John Stones still can't get over Colombia's aggression from the Three Lions' historic penalty shootout win.

Wilmar Barrios has suggested he would only leave Boca Juniors in January amid links to Tottenham and other Premier League clubs.

Barrios, 24, played for Colombia at the World Cup this summer but will now return to his Argentine club in time for the Copa Libertadores knockout stage.

Boca Juniors open the round of 16 in August and the tournament runs through November, and it is only at that point which Barrios says the club would be willing to entertain offers for his services.

"It is possible that...

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Colombia's Yerry Mina describes 'very sad' moments at Barcelona

Yerry Mina opens up about his future with Barcelona, as rumours continue to swirl over a possible move to Everton.
Gab Marcotti explains Paulinho's move back to Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande and wonders if Barcelona has another big move coming soon.

Colombia defender Yerry Mina described his "difficult moments" at Barcelona and told reporters on Thursday that he's hoping to one day join a team where there is less pressure.

The towering centre-back moved to the Camp Nou from Palmeiras for a fee of €11.8 million in January but played in just five La Liga matches last season and often didn't even make the bench for manager Ernesto Valverde's side.

"When I saw that I wasn't even on the bench, that I wasn't even being considered,...

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Petition for Colombia vs. England to be replayed gains nearly 300,000 signatures

England may have their eyes set on Sweden, but John Stones still can't get over Colombia's aggression from the Three Lions' historic penalty shootout win.
Sebi Salazar joins Get Up! to try to make sense of Diego Maradona's criticism of American referee Mark Geiger and his decisions in England's win over Colombia.

A petition to have Colombia's round-of-16 defeat to England replayed has garnered nearly 300,000 signatures.

The Three Lions ended their penalty shootout hoodoo by beating the South American side after a bad-tempered affair had ended 1-1. Harry Kane's opener from the spot was cancelled out in the last minute by Yerry Mina, with no further goals in extra-time.

To win in such a manner only served to further England fans' belief that "Football's Coming Home" -- but there is one man determined to...

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Diego Maradona's apology to FIFA: I was overcome with emotion

Sebi Salazar joins Get Up! to try to make sense of Diego Maradona's criticism of American referee Mark Geiger and his decisions in England's win over Colombia.
Free-Kick: England overcome historical struggles in shootouts to advance past Colombia, while Sweden do enough to win against Switzerland.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden explains what England's penalty shootout victory against Colombia means for both the team and the nation.

MOSCOW -- After calling Colombia's World Cup loss to England a "monumental theft" and being rebuked by FIFA, Diego Maradona has apologised via social media for his criticism of American referee Mark Geiger's handling of the round-of-16 game.

It was the third controversy to involve Argentina great Maradona at the World Cup, which he has mostly attended as a FIFA ambassador.

"I was overcome with the emotion of being a fan of Colombia the other day and I said a few things. I admit that a few of them...

England's John Stones: Colombia are the dirtiest team I have come up against

England may have their eyes set on Sweden, but John Stones still can't get over Colombia's aggression from the Three Lions' historic penalty shootout win.
England have gotten through to the quarterfinals, but Steve McManaman and the FC boys think England need to improve to live up to their new expectations.
ESPN's Ian Darke reminisces over the 1998 World Cup where hosts France triumphed over Brazil.
Free-Kick: England overcome historical struggles in shootouts to advance past Colombia, while Sweden do enough to win against Switzerland.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden explains what England's penalty shootout victory against Colombia means for both the team and the nation.

John Stones described Colombia as "probably the dirtiest team" he has ever played against and praised England for showing "massive character" to resist the provocation and adversity they faced at Spartak Stadium and reach the World Cup quarterfinals.

After a game with 36 fouls and eight yellow cards, both teams ended the match less than satisfied with referee Mark Geiger and Colombia manager Jose Pekerman accused England of faking fouls in the ill-tempered contest.

Colombia's aggression angered England...