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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 21:30:33 GMT
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain ruled out for whole of next season by knee injury
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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 17:29:11 GMT
Chelsea’s Maurizio Sarri in no rush to contact Hazard and Courtois on futures
• New manager will talk to duo face to face after holidays
• Club confirm Gianfranco Zola’s return as assistant coach

Maurizio Sarri will wait until Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard are back from their holidays before holding talks with the Belgian pair about their Chelsea futures.

Real Madrid are understood to be in talks with Chelsea over a possible

Wed, 18 Jul 2018 14:33:38 GMT
Liverpool sign Roma goalkeeper Alisson for world-record

Wed, 18 Jul 2018 18:19:06 GMT

Wed, 18 Jul 2018 17:30:22 GMT
World Cup 2018: 32 fans from 32 countries review the tournament

As the dust settles on the World Cup in Russia, readers have been sharing their verdicts on their teams’ performances

I could not be prouder of my team. To see France do so well and bring such happiness to the country has been an incredible experience. Rapha

Wed, 18 Jul 2018 21:26:55 GMT
Celtic face Rosenborg in Champions League qualifying after cruising to win
• Comfortable 3-0 home victory seals 6-0 aggregate win
• Moussa Demb

Wed, 18 Jul 2018 21:50:00 GMT
VAR a ‘fair way away’ from being used in Football League games
• Chief executive says full implementation unlikely soon
• Shaun Harvey: ‘We don’t have the TV cameras in place’

After the introduction of VAR was postponed by the Premier League, the chief executive of the EFL has said video technology is a “fair way away” from being used at Football League matches.

The video technology deployed during the World Cup was not taken up by the Premier League next season in favour of another 12 months of extended trials. Those will include matches in the Carabao Cup, and possibly Checkatrade Trophy, both competitions run by the EFL. But the chief executive, Shaun Harvey, confirmed that full implementation among his clubs remains unlikely in the short term.

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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 19:24:12 GMT
Gary Neville condemns ‘ridiculous’ FA plans to sell Wembley to Fulham owner
• ‘Don’t sell Wembley when you can place a levy on agents’ fees’
• Sports minister has backed scheme to sell stadium for

Sun, 03 Jun 2018 16:10:47 GMT
Transfer window 2018 – every summer deal from Europe's top five leagues

All the moves in the top leagues of England, Spain, Italy, France and Germany as well as club-by-club guides for all the ins and outs this summer

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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 09:50:16 GMT
Ten players whose transfer values surged at the World Cup

Harry Maguire, Yerry Mina, Ivan Perisic and Eden Hazard will command much higher fees now than a month ago

By Martin Laurence for WhoScored

Well that was fun, wasn’t it? The 2018 World Cup delivered entertainment until the very last. As ever, a number of players did their reputations no harm. With attentions now inevitably switching to the transfer window, here are 10 players who have seen their value increase significantly thanks to their impressive performances in Russia this summer.

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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 09:36:27 GMT
The 30 best photos of the 2018 World Cup

Our picture editor, Jonny Weeks, chooses his favourite images from Russia, including some of the more unusual shots that may not have made the papers

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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 18:00:22 GMT
Premier League pre-season 2018: a full list of all the clubs’ friendlies

From Singapore to San Diego via Stevenage, here is a rundown of the 20 clubs’ fixtures before the season starts on 10 August

All dates and kick-off times BST. All information correct at time of publication

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Tue, 17 Jul 2018 20:44:57 GMT
Rangers face ‘a hell of a lot of work’, warns Steven Gerrard

• Rangers draw in Skopje and progress in Europa League
• Ibrox manager admits concern over shot-shy strikers

Steven Gerrard admitted he has concerns about Rangers’ shot-shy strikers after their stalemate with FK Shkupi in Macedonia.

Rangers squeezed into the second Europa League qualifying round 2-0 on aggregate after a goalless second leg in Skopje on Tuesday evening, but their new manager confessed afterwards that he was worried about his side’s lack of a cutting edge.

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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 12:04:08 GMT
Watchdog reviews complaints about World Cup betting ads

ASA to assess if ‘bet now’ offers during matches broke rules on problem gambling

The UK’s advertising watchdog is examining complaints about World Cup ads by Bet365, William Hill and Coral that potentially broke new rules designed to crack down on problem gambling.

The Advertising Standards Authority received 115 complaints from viewers about TV gambling ads during the four weeks of the 2018 World Cup. This is four times the number of complaints the watchdog received in the month before the World Cup.

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Tue, 17 Jul 2018 15:48:24 GMT
Brazil World Cup player's mother freed after being kidnapped


Mon, 16 Jul 2018 16:37:20 GMT
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Mon, 16 Jul 2018 21:30:46 GMT
Thierry Henry quitting Sky pundit role to focus on managerial career
• Henry, 40, was Belgium assistant manager at World Cup
• Former Arsenal striker wants to ‘spend more time’ coaching

Thierry Henry, the former Arsenal striker and World Cup winner with France in 1998, is leaving Sky Sports to concentrate on his coaching career. The 40-year-old is Belgium’s assistant manager and helped them to a third-placed finish at the World Cup last week.

He tweeted: “Over the last 4 years I have had some extremely rewarding coaching experiences in football. These experiences have only made me more determined to fulfil my long-term ambition to become a football manager.

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Tue, 17 Jul 2018 10:30:35 GMT
David Squires on … France's World Cup win and a final look at Russia 2018

Our cartoonist on Les Bleus’ triumph in Moscow and the controversy, drama and farce that surrounded it

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Mon, 16 Jul 2018 11:41:48 GMT
World Cup 2018: Guardian writers pick their highs and lows

From Modric’s magic and Pavard’s screamer to unwelcome theatrics and wearing the wrong T-shirt, our writers give their take on the tournament in Russia

Match of the tournament Russia v Croatia had it all: a spectacular goal from Denis Cheryshev, unbearable tension during a see-sawing extra-time period, raucous celebrations when M

Mon, 16 Jul 2018 18:00:43 GMT
Four weeks of endless drama in Russia has re-energised World Cup | Barney Ronay

After a tournament that was gripping from start to finish with thrilling matches, marvellous midfielders, the rebirth of England and VAR controversy, Qatar has a lot to live up to

Thank you Russia, and goodbye! It’s been fun. Not to mention epic, thrilling, dazzlingly well-organised, and with a constantly shifting sense of place from the strangulating heat of Samara, to the fly-marshes of Volgograd, to the mist and drizzle of the north.

But that is now a wrap. After four and a half weeks and 64 matches, 1,613 shots, 1,734 fouls and a shared continental-scale avalanche of herring, beetroot, dumplings, vodka and sustained on-field drama, the World Cup can now be packed away for the next four years.

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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 11:31:44 GMT
From Gareth Southgate to Michael Jackson: the fastest cash-in books

Southgate’s redemptive World Cup performance has publishers chasing a time-honoured goal: getting a hot topic on to shelves while it’s still warm. But can anyone beat the Jackson biography written in 48 hours?

Not content with winning the hearts of a nation, or transforming the humble waistcoat into the coolest thing that’s ever come out of M&S, England’s sweetheart Gareth Southgate has now inspired the country’s publishers. While they chase Southgate, Harry Kane and the rest of the squad to write books after their World Cup success, some are not waiting for their involvement at all. Zero to Hero: The Southgate Story, by sports writer Rob Mason, is set to trace Southgate’s journey from “zero to hero”, from his start at Crystal Palace until this year’s World Cup. The biography, like HarperCollins’s similarly rushed England’s Heroes: A Tribute to Our Young Lions, is due out in just three weeks.

Celebrities capitalising on a brief glimpse of fame (there are a startling number of Love Island books); politicians using memoirs as a final hurrah before an autumnal career speaking to rooms of bored risk analysts; publishers scrambling to keep up with our rabid news cycle. Speedy cash-ins are a long, if not entirely respected, tradition. Aside from World Cup books, there are plenty more heading our way. The Thai cave rescue? Very likely, as three big publishers told the Wall Street Journal this week – but they have to be quick – one sceptic pooh-poohed the idea that readers would still care in “months” – an unimaginably distant future. How about the Novichok poisonings? On Tuesday, Pan Macmillan announced that it will publish “definitive” account The Skripal Files by Newsnight’s Mark Urban, in October – just seven months after the Salisbury attack and just in time for Christmas.

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Tue, 17 Jul 2018 09:59:36 GMT
World Cup 2018 quotes quiz: who said what in Russia?

Who is slab-head? What is the sister of genius? Where is Samara?

• The big 2018 World Cup quiz

Who said ...

Stanislav Cherchesov

Juan Carlos Osorio

Gareth Southgate

Carlos Queiroz

Who said ...

Juan Antonio Pizzi

Julen Lopetegui

Joachim L

Wed, 18 Jul 2018 08:41:28 GMT
Who has won the World Cup and European Cup in the same year? | The Knowledge

Plus: players who have lost European Cup and World Cup finals in the same year; knocking out continents; and huge friendly attendances. Mail us or tweet @TheKnowledge_GU


Tue, 17 Jul 2018 11:00:04 GMT
World Cup 2018 player ratings: marks for every single performance in Russia

After every game in Russia we asked our readers to rate the players and here are the verdicts, per game as well as average rating for the tournament

The Russia World Cup came to a close with the France v Croatia final at the Luzhniki. There were 63 games before that and after every game we asked our readers to rate every player’s performance.

Here we publish all of them, one by one, and by team in alphabetical order. The players are listed in order of their average rating.

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Tue, 17 Jul 2018 11:18:38 GMT
Pogba, signings and sparkle: Mourinho’s key issues at Manchester United
As United start their US tour with the aim of building up to a Premier League title challenge, we address some of the manager’s principal challenges

One assessment of Jos

Tue, 17 Jul 2018 09:36:05 GMT
The World Cup colour chart – a photographic journey

Looking back at the highs and lows of Russia 2018 via a rainbow of imagery, from Gareth Southgate to France lifting the trophy

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Tue, 17 Jul 2018 09:00:01 GMT
Alex Greenwood the jewel in Casey Stoney’s Manchester United crown

The manager has recruited an experienced defence, mainly from Liverpool, with some exciting young talent further forward for their first season in the women’s Championship

The new Manchester United manager, Casey Stoney, last week unveiled the 21 players she has assembled to lead the women’s team into their maiden season in the women’s Championship. Big-name players have been expected by fans since the founding of the team was announced. Yet while Stoney has brought in the experienced England internationals Siobhan Chamberlain and Alex Greenwood, the bulk of the squad – which has an average age of 21 – are young players with huge potential.

Here is a look at the squad from back to front:

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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 16:12:31 GMT
'My objective is to have fun': Sarri unveiled as Chelsea manager – video

Newly appointed Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri insists his objective at the club is to have fun. 'I am convinced that if a team have fun, often the fans have fun too,' he says. The Italian has replaced Antonio Conte after his tenure at the London club came to an end

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Mon, 16 Jul 2018 15:27:49 GMT
Neymar’s roll to Southgate's waistcoats: the World Cup’s most watched moments – video

The 2018 World Cup was quite the tournament. Here we look back at Neymar rolling, Panama celebrating their first goal in the World Cup ever, the return of football’s coming home and more

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Mon, 16 Jul 2018 19:14:17 GMT
France parade World Cup in Paris as fans welcome heroes home – video

Thousands of fans welcomed their heroes home as France paraded the World Cup trophy following their triumph in Russia

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Sun, 15 Jul 2018 20:46:52 GMT
Macron dabbing and crowds roaring: France crowned World Cup champions – video

France are World Cup champions 2018 after an exhilarating 4-2 victory over Croatia. Didier Deschamps's side proved too much to handle for Croatia as they produced a stunning display. Fans took to the streets to celebrate outside the Eiffel Tower and Champs-

Sun, 15 Jul 2018 21:09:09 GMT
French players invade Didier Deschamps's press conference - video

After France's victory over Croatia in the World Cup final, many of the players invaded their manager's press conference, chanting his name and showering him with drinks

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Sun, 15 Jul 2018 21:22:13 GMT
Pussy Riot claim responsibility for World Cup final pitch invasion - video

The Russian protest performance group 'Pussy Riot' has claimed responsibility for invading the pitch during the World Cup Final in order to bring attention to Russia's lack of political competition and police impunity

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Tue, 19 Dec 2017 11:00:24 GMT
The 100 best footballers in the world 2017

Our panel of 169 experts from 63 nations compile a list of the greatest male players in 2017. Click on an individual to read more about their year.

Messi edges Ronaldo to No1 | The data behind our 100 | Watch: our top 10
Meet our panel of judges for 2017 | 2016 edition | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012

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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 18:00:23 GMT
Matildas' groundswell of support to fuel 2023 Women's World Cup bid | Lisa Portolan

A winning bid would build on the promise that any girl can make it on the world football stage

The Matildas team for the Tournament of Nations was announced on Tuesday. Added to the list that already contained 16-year-old Amy Sayer was Mary Fowler, just 15 years old, currently playing for Bankstown City in the NSW Women’s NPL and now with the chance to represent Australia. This isn’t the first time that the Matildas have demonstrated age is no barrier to opportunity – teammate Ellie Carpenter was the youngest Olympian at Rio in 2016. It’s proof that any girl across Australia, playing football at a grass-roots club level, can make it on the world stage.

Related: Matildas name 16-year-old in squad for Tournament of Nations defence

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Mon, 16 Jul 2018 10:55:38 GMT
Croatia’s World Cup run must bring end to game’s neglect back home | Aleksandar Holiga
Pride at their final efforts could lead to a new national stadium but lack of grassroots investment is a more pressing concern

The defeat was hard to accept, as was missing a chance that is not likely to come again in the lifetime of these players or fans. Everyone thought Croatia deserved more but the nation still celebrated, rather than mourned. Crowds that flooded the streets of Zagreb and other cities to watch the final – among them, many foreign tourists and football fans who came just to be a part of it – stayed long into the night. The party, of course, was muted but it was still a party, not a wake.

“You made us proud,” Jutarnji list proclaimed on the front cover; “Thank you, heroes! You gave us everything,” said Sportske novosti. But it wasn’t just that – there was a genuine feeling of pride and gratitude among people.

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Tue, 17 Jul 2018 00:40:33 GMT
Tim Cahill, Australia's leading goalscorer, retires from international football

The Socceroos legend was the first Australian to score in the World Cup and ends his career with 50 goals and 107 caps

Socceroos striker Tim Cahill has announced his retirement from international football, after 107 appearances and 50 goals across a record-breaking career.

Cahill, 38, retires as the most capped outfield player in Australian football history and the country’s record goalscorer. In 2006 he became the first Australian to score in the World Cup, and repeated the feat in 2010 and 2014. He made the squad for this year’s tournament, but made only a brief appearance and failed to score.

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Tue, 17 Jul 2018 04:45:21 GMT
Matildas name 16-year-old in squad for Tournament of Nations defence
  • Canberra United’s Amy Sayer the only uncapped player
  • 17 players from 2017’s winning tournament included

The Matildas are set to blood a 16-year-old bolter when they defend their Tournament of Nations crown in the United States – one of their last formal warm-ups before next year’s Women’s World Cup.

Amy Sayer is the only uncapped player in coach Alen Stajcic’s 20-strong squad for the tournament, which pits Australia against three of the world’s leading women’s soccer nations in Brazil, the USA and Japan.

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Fri, 13 Jul 2018 09:00:06 GMT
The Stone-Lalas dumbumvirate sums up Fox's botched World Cup coverage

The broadcaster’s efforts at Russia 2018 were the TV equivalent of Marouane Fellaini, a player who tries to do everything and succeeds at almost nothing

Ratings in the US for this year’s World Cup are down significantly on 2014 and if reports are correct, Fox Sports will lose money on its coverage of the tournament. Fox executives will no doubt point to the mitigating factors: the unfavorable time zone; the absence of the US men’s national team; perhaps even the unexpected failure of big teams such as Spain, Germany and Argentina. On the other hand, this has been the most exciting World Cup in decades. If Fox has missed an opportunity to reel in casual American fans and get them excited about soccer, and it almost certainly has, that’s down to one thing: Fox’s own coverage of the tournament. It has been appalling.

OK, that’s maybe not entirely fair. The coverage has not been quite as horrendous as it promised to be before the tournament. But it’s still been poor. The network has had plenty of time to get things right too: Fox secured the rights to the 2018 and 2022 tournaments in late 2011, and the following year hired David Neal, a veteran producer who worked on nine Olympic Games for NBC, to oversee its coverage. This is perhaps when the rot began to set in: Fox insiders told the Guardian that Neal mostly staffed his World Cup team with the network’s existing roster of baseball, Nascar and NFL producers, whereas Fox’s soccer group – which handles year-round coverage of the sport, including the Champions League and MLS – was left in a largely peripheral support role.

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Mon, 16 Jul 2018 09:00:33 GMT
Will Jesse Marsch's move to Europe stop the jokes about US coaches?

Coaches who start their careers in MLS have often been treated as walking punchlines in Europe. But that perception may be changing

Minutes before kick off, Dom

Sun, 15 Jul 2018 12:26:26 GMT
Wayne Rooney shines as he makes MLS debut at a club in need of a boost

If the former England captain was thinking about what could have been at the World Cup, he didn’t show it as he took to his new life in MLS with relish

For the first two weeks of his new life in America, Wayne Rooney lumbered sheepishly though his DC United press events, mumbling the usual banalities. But then came Saturday night, and his MLS debut, which was also United’s first game in their new stadium. He stepped on the pitch in the 59th minute and suddenly it was obvious to everyone that he was anything but ordinary.

Rooney is nearing the end of his career and came to the United States straight off a vacation, yet he was the best player in DC’s 3-1 victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps. He sprayed passes to his teammates with such precision and velocity that they sometimes seemed surprised to see the ball coming. He lunged past defenders to fire shots at goal. A flicked header forced the Vancouver goalkeeper, Brian Rowe, to make a desperate save.

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Mon, 09 Jul 2018 12:13:24 GMT
Spain appoint Luis Enrique as new coach on two-year deal

• Former Barcelona manager replaces interim Fernando Hierro
• His first game in charge will be against England in September

Spain have named Luis Enrique as their new head coach after Fernando Hierro stepped down from temporary charge following their last-16 World Cup exit to Russia, the Spanish Football Federation (SFF) have announced.

Related: World Cup 2018: buildup to the semi-finals begins – live!

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Tue, 10 Jul 2018 09:00:39 GMT
'I’m a retired MC': Bradley Wright-Phillips on grime, goals and fashion

The 33-year-old was a journeyman in English football until he became a lethal striker for the New York Red Bulls in MLS

If you scan YouTube looking for Bradley Wright-Phillips, you’ll find numerous goal compilations, a few interviews and, eventually, an excerpt from the grime mixtape series Lord of the Mics, in which he battles fellow footballer Yannick Bolasie.

“I’m a retired MC” says the New York Red Bulls striker, laughing at the mention of the tape. “As an inner-city kid, it’s part of the culture. I grew up listening to it ... It’s great to see people making money off it today. When I was growing up, people were bootlegging out the backs of cars. I love it as much as I love football.”

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Mon, 16 Jul 2018 19:30:45 GMT
World Cup 2018: the Guardian team of the tournament

Throughout the World Cup, our readers have been able to vote on every single performance and their verdicts have led to this team

The World Cup in Russia has come to an end and we can look back at a tournament with only one 0-0 draw among the 64 games. Our readers have been diligently casting their voted at the end of the games and we have used those votes to compile our team of the tournament.

Players must have played in at least four games to be selected.

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Mon, 16 Jul 2018 19:09:00 GMT
From doubted to dominator: Paul Pogba’s World Cup evolution
The France midfielder went into the tournament with concerns about his role; he ended it dabbing as the heart of the team

If ever there was a time for Paul Pogba to dab and dance, to snapchat and sing to his heart’s content without giving a soul with any sense the opportunity even to tut, this was it. With Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium his stage, he dabbed with president Macron. He dabbed with his mother and brothers on the pitch. He dabbed with an iconic 36.8cm piece of sculpted gold that means everything in football. A world champion, a scorer of a goal that felt result-defining in the final, a fulcrum for his team, a massive personality revered back home, the only thing missing was a hairdresser on hand to create a World Cup-shaped cut to mark this most glorious of moments.

With Pogba in his exuberant element – the master of social media filming non-stop in the dressing room, on the bus, encouraging all sorts of celebratory flourishes with his band of World Cup-winning brothers – he felt so central to everything about this French generation. During the course of this tournament his status within the group changed, and even for his own teammates it was difficult to articulate exactly what it was and how it happened. But everyone could feel it. “I can tell you that Paul Pogba, I don’t know how and I don’t know from where, has become a leader,” announced Adil Rami. “He proved it to us. He showed it. He’s the one that showed the way. He was the strong man of the France team.”

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Sun, 15 Jul 2018 06:59:01 GMT
FA has right to credit where it is due for England’s advances in Russia | David Conn

Ruling body has been trying to raise playing standards for more than 20 years and its overhaul finally bore fruit in Russia

One of the early dates in the diary for the Football Association’s management team after their unexpectedly heartening World Cup campaign is with the parliamentary committee which has serially bashed England’s governing body over the years.

The chairman, the Conservative MP Damian Collins, who led a vote of no confidence in the FA only last year – attended by just 17 MPs – has called them to account for the proposed sale of Wembley Stadium. But the mood in the room should be different this time from the habitual, ritual excoriation.

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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 14:58:47 GMT
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Chris Rock once said that men are only as faithful as their options. Similarly, football managers generally only get morally huffy about the disgraceful and distorting amounts of money in the game when they don’t have any money themselves. Or at least when the teams they’re supposed to be competing against have more money than them. So we can’t really be too critical of J

Wed, 18 Jul 2018 08:08:50 GMT
Football transfer rumours: Chelsea want Petr Cech back from Arsenal?

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We all know the feeling of temptation to go back to something comforting. An old friend, that hoodie you’ve had since you were 16 which could thus tell your life story through stains, your bed instead of facing up to the grim realities of work and life. For Chelsea, that comforting thing is apparently Petr Cech. Now, we wouldn’t want to accuse them of lacking imagination, but if their solution to Thibaut Courtois’s apparently imminent departure to Real Madrid is to give the bloke whose spare boots are probably still at the training ground a ring, then … actually, that isn’t very imaginative, is it?

The logical conclusion to this is of course Carlo Cudicini eventually replacing Cech, and Dmitri Kharine dusting off his jogging bottoms. Back in the land of the plausible, Kasper Schmeichel is another candidate to come in, but that’s more a bit underwhelming than silly, ergo less fun.

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Mon, 16 Jul 2018 12:23:52 GMT
The big 2018 World Cup quiz

Who sang what? Who scored when? And who lost again and again?

Robbie Williams made waves by flipping the finger during the opening ceremony. What was the first song of his set?



Rock DJ

Let Me Entertain You

How many minutes it take Russia to score the first goal in the opening match?





At 45 years and 161 days, who became the oldest ever player to play in a World Cup finals match?

Essam El-Hadary

Sherif Ekramy

Mohamed El-Shenawy

Steve Mandanda

What was the only goalless draw of the tournament?

Egypt v Uruguay

Denmark v France

Peru v Denmark

Belgium v England

Panama and Iceland, the two debutants at the World Cup, picked up just one point between them. Against which team was it won?





Nigeria only wore their hugely popular home kit once during the tournament. How many shirts did Nike say had been pre-ordered before it went on sale?

One million

Three million

Five million

Ten million

Which team won all three of their group games without conceding a goal?





Who had a penalty rescinded during the group stage after the referee used VAR and decided that the player had just fallen over?

Cristiano Ronaldo


Harry Kane

Lionel Messi

Cristiano Ronaldo hit a hat-trick and Diego Costa bagged a brace in the epic 3-3 draw between Spain and Portugal. Who scored the other goal?



Iago Aspas


Sun, 15 Jul 2018 22:38:26 GMT
France lift the trophy as Russia 2018 ends on a high – World Cup Football Daily

Max and co discuss France’s World Cup final triumph over Croatia, another penalty, another controversial VAR incident, the tournament’s highs and lows and players taking shots to the conkers

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