New signings not a solution for Klopp

New signings not a solution for Klopp

Jurgen Klopp says the transfer market is not the magic solution to Liverpool's defensive woes after familiar problems returned to haunt his side on their return to Champions League action against Sevilla.

New start for Totti at Roma

New start for Totti at Roma

A whole new challenge awaits former AS Roma legend Francesco Totti as the Serie A club return to the Champions League group stage on Tuesday against Atletico Madrid.

A new start for Aurier

A new start for Aurier

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has given controversial £23m signing Serge Aurier a clean slate as he tries to rebuild his reputation at Tottenham Hotspur, but has warned him he will not accept any misbehaviour at the club.

Familiar failings haunt Liverpool

Familiar failings haunt Liverpool

Liverpool’s 5-0 loss to Manchester City on Saturday can be written off as the consequence of a contested red card that left Juergen Klopp’s team down to 10 men for nearly an hour, but that cannot totally mask some worryingly familiar failings.

Zidane to find room for stars

Zidane to find room for stars

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said on Friday he will find room to accommodate Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema as well as sparkling Spanish duo Marco Asensio and Isco this season as he looks to create a versatile, unpredictable side.

Cape Verde double win sets up fairytale

Cape Verde double win sets up fairytale

Cape Verde Islands are in contention for a shock World Cup spot with successive wins over South Africa giving them a fairytale chance to become the smallest nation to play at the finals.

Chinese takeaway turns sour for Tevez

Chinese takeaway turns sour for Tevez

My contract is very complex and it’s very difficult for me to return [to Boca Juniors],” Carlos Tevez reportedly said to Argentinian media last week. “The Chinese are not stupid.” Not stupid, but there are plenty at Shanghai Shenhua wondering whether signing the forward was a major mistake and a waste of money.

PSG's Fair Play plans

PSG's Fair Play plans

After spending €380 million to secure the services of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain's next task is to make sure they don't break Uefa's Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules.

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