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Ex-Chelsea, Juventus forward Gianluca Vialli reveals battle with cancer

Stewart Robson explains how Tottenham were able to take advantage of Chelsea midfielder Jorginho in their 3-1 win at Wembley.

Former Chelsea player and manager Gianluca Vialli has revealed that he has been fighting cancer in an interview with Italy's Corriere della Sera.

Vialli, who was part of Chelsea's 1998 European Cup Winners' Cup-winning side, and sat on the Blues' bench between 1998 and 2000 -- winning the FA Cup in his final season -- said he had been keeping the cancer secret so as not to upset anybody.

"I would have gladly done without it," he said. "But it wasn't possible, so I just considered it a part...

Leonardo Bonucci: I accept club jeers, but not playing for Italy

Portugal will go to the UEFA Nations League final after they held Italy to a goalless draw in Milan.

Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci said on Monday he had no problem with being jeered when he was playing for his club Juventus but could not accept it when representing the national team.

Bonucci, who left AC Milan after one season to return to Juve in August, was booed by a small number of fans when he returned to Milan's San Siro stadium to play for Italy in the Nations League match with Portugal on Saturday which ended 0-0.

"I was annoyed because when you play for the national team, the interests...

U.S. needs to make life harder for Italy than England - Dave Sarachan

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GENK, Belgium - United States interim manager Dave Sarachan says he wants the team to make life more difficult for Italy than it did in last week's 3-0 defeat to England.

The U.S. was second best from the outset against the Three Lions and was pinned back for much of the match, especially in the first half. However, Italy will pose a different challenge and Sarachan is looking for more tenacity from his side.

"Over the course of 12 months, in all the matches we've played, we've made it somewhat...