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Vicente Del Bosque in NEW dig at Chelsea after Cesc Fabregas withdraws from Spain duty

Posted Thursday, November 13, 2014 by Dailystar.co.uk

SPAIN boss Vicente Del Bosque has risked sparking a fresh club versus country row with Chelsea - this time over Cesc Fabregas. FALL GUY: Cesc Fabregas' withdrawal has opened up old arguments with Spain Del Bosque yesterday insisted he had been forced to take the midfielder's word that he was suffering from a hamstring injury after medical tests showed no apparent problem. Fabregas, who played...Full Story »

Balotelli pictured outside London nightclub after Chelsea loss, has a guy who holds umbrella for him

Posted Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by 101 GREAT GOALS

It’s important to be clear about this from the off: the most interesting/ridiculous part of this story is that Mario Balotelli has a helper who holds umbrellas for him. The Liverpool striker was pictured leaving a London nightclub at 4.30am after the Chelsea defeat – which took place in Liverpool, meaning he wasted no time once the game was over to cruise down to the capital. Bal...Full Story »

Luis Enrique gets defensive on Twitter

Posted Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Marca.com

Following the stick he has recently taken, Luis Enrique posted a very thinly-veiled defence of his work as Barça manager on Twitter: "Work hard, but in silence; let success bang the drums for you" was the manager's "tweet" to let his followers know that despite the heat he has been subject to after the Almeria game, he remains strong. After the match, Luis Enrique was the first to say tha...Full Story »

Kroos gets pally with the president

Posted Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Marca.com

Toni Kroos was the talk of the town during a ceremony in Berlin at which Germany's World Cup winners were presented with the Silver Laurel Leaf, the highest sporting honour awarded in the country. German president Joachim Gauck and chancellor Angela Merkel led what was an extremely special occasion and handed the distinctions out to Joachim Löw's squad. Given his recent performances for...Full Story »

David Moyes, Sociedad's fourth Brit in the dugout

Posted Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Marca.com

David Moyes will be the fourth British manager that Real Sociedad have had in all its history. Before the Scot came Harry Lowe, John Benjamin Toshack and Chris Coleman. Harry Lowe went down in history.... as a player The sixth manager with the most first division games managed at the club, Lowe was at the helm of Sociedad between 1930 and 1935 and oversaw 94 matches. On 24th March 1934, at t...Full Story »

Aston Villa and Tottenham fined by FA

Posted Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Goal.com

Both sets of players clashed during Spurs recent 2-1 win, with the Football Association penalising the clubs for failing to control their squads as Christian Benteke was sent off The Football Association has handed Aston Villa and Tottenham a €25,000 fine after an altercation during their recent Premier League fixture. The hosts were leading 1-0 at Villa Park earlier this month when a ...Full Story »

Arteta agrees one-year Arsenal contract extension

Posted Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Goal.com

The 32-year-old midfielder has agreed a deal that will run until 2016 and will be entitled to a further extension if he makes a certain number of appearances next season Mikel Arteta has agreed to sign a one-year contract extension with Arsenal, Goal understands. The Spanish midfielder, whose current deal expires next summer, will put pen to paper on an agreement than runs until 2016. Goal ...Full Story »

Fellaini felt like a scapegoat last term

Posted Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Fox Sports

Marouane Fellaini believes he was made a scapegoat for Manchester United's struggles last season but insists he never lost faith in his own ability. The midfielder says the support of his family plus his determination and success with the Belgium national side helped him maintain his mental strength even when things were going badly for him and the club. Fellaini was ex-United boss David Moy...Full Story »

Dzeko sidelined with calf injury

Posted Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Fox Sports

Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko could miss the next three weeks with a "very serious" calf injury. Dzeko was forced from the field just four minutes after replacing Fernandinho during the second half of City's 2-2 Barclays Premier League draw at QPR on Saturday, and he has been ruled out of Bosnia-Herzegovina's Euro 2016 qualifier against Israel on Sunday. Reports suggest that Dzeko could...Full Story »

Cesc fails tests and returns to London

Posted Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Marca.com

Vicente del Bosque has announced who is to be the replacement for Cesc Fabregas, who is out injured. The man chosen for the job is Villarreal player Bruno Soriano, who will join up with the Spain team in the next few hours to prepare himself for the upcoming games against Belarus and Germany. Previously, Cesc had failed to pass the fitness tests that the team's doctors submitted him to. The ...Full Story »

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