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What to watch for in the international break: Ronaldo, Kane eye records

The 2022 World Cup is now in the rear-view mirror, but as we enter the first international break since Qatar there's plenty to watch out for.

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Why Sterling will play for England when it matters most, no matter what

Amid a tough first season at Chelsea, Raheem Sterling isn't in England's latest squad, but he still has a big role to play for the Three Lions.

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Ramsdale on playing with a smile, interacting with fans, Arteta's motivation

Aaron Ramsdale has become a cult hero at Arsenal by exhibiting a strength of personality the club have lacked in recent years. He talks to ESPN.

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Sack Conte? Tottenham should give him a new contract so he can fix them

Antonio Conte called out Tottenham's players and owners after the draw at Southampton. Rather than fire him, they should back him to fix the club.


LIVE Transfer Talk: Man Utd, Chelsea want Osimhen but Napoli eye €150m fee

Manchester United and Chelsea are interested in Victor Osimhen with Napoli looking for a €150 million fee. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Has Kessie's disappointing Barca move finally taken an upward turn?

Barcelona's Franck Kessie became the Clasico's third African scorer in the win against Real Madrid, while Victor Osimhen continued his purple patch.

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Barcelona's Clasico win could be decisive in LaLiga title race, Fulham lose their cool vs. Man United, more

Barcelona are closing on LaLiga after beating Real Madrid. Plus: Man United profit from Fulham's fury and Dortmund take charge in the Bundesliga.

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What can we learn from the unlikely, and amazing, rise of Khvicha Kvaratskhelia?

Until this season, Khvicha Kvaratskhelia was off the radar, toiling in Russia's domestic league. Now at Napoli, he's a superstar. How did everyone 'miss' him? How did he get to the top? And what, if anything, can we learn from his story?


Brazil left searching for a spark while Argentina parties

Three months on from the Qatar World Cup, the contrast between winners Argentina and archrivals Brazil could not be more stark.

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Messi mobbed after 100s of adoring Argentina fans lay siege outside restaurant

Once news spread that Lionel Messi was in a Buenos Aires restaurant, hundreds of fans gathered outside to chant and sing for their World Cup hero.

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