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Why is Louis van Gaal so hell-bent on using 3-5-2 at Manchester United?
Jonathan Wilson: Purchase of Angel di María suggests Louis van Gaal is going to stick with a 3-5-2 at Manchester United
Newcastle’s Alan Pardew says he can draw sting from Neil Warnock
The Newcastle manager says he is more measured after two controversial incidents in the dug-out last season
The Joy of Six: football miskicks
Jacob Steinberg, Ian McCourt and Nick Ames: From a rare mistake by Peter Schmeichel to a wonderful assist by Robbie Keane, here are half a dozen memorable miscues
'We must keep growing', says Colombia coach Pekerman
Ronaldo voted Europe's best player
Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend
Nick Ames and Ian McCourt: Mauricio Pochettino’s quiet revolution, Everton’s truer test for Fábregas and West Brom look to Varela for a much-needed boost
New era for Japanese football - Aguirre
Ronaldo keen on Real record
Klopp wary of 'easy' tag
Jordan Henderson claims Liverpool can maintain level with new signings
Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson claims Luis Suárez’s departure won’t bring about a lapse in results, unlike Tottenham after the sale of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid
Roberto Martínez: Romelu Lukaku’s value to Everton exceeds £28m fee
Roberto Martínez has claimed Romelu Lukaku’s value to Everton cannot be measured by his £28m fee and denied the price is excessive compared with the £32m Chelsea spent on Diego Costa
Roy Hodgson calls up four new boys as England start to fight apathy
Roy Hodgson admitted that England are fighting public apathy as he faced down questions that they are in danger of sliding further into mediocrity after their worst performance at a World Cup
Yannick Sagbo sent off as Hull go out to Lokeren on away goals
Hull will not have the experience of a full Europa League campaign this season after an away-goals defeat by Lokeren, despite Steve Bruce’s side winning the second leg 2-1
Champions League: tactical analysis and predictions for group stages
Manchester City face a ‘terrifyingly complete’ Bayern Munich but Liverpool should progress, despite the presence of defending champions Real Madrid in their section
Weekly highlights: Syria refugees, Notting Hill carnival and the strangest city signs
We’ve been getting such great contributions from our readers that we want to share them on our blog. Here are some of this week’s highlights
Jermaine Jones is a draw despite threat of fan uprising over Revolution move
MLS sent the USA midfielder to the Revs by a controversial blind draw – this weekend he could make his bow against Toronto
Barcelona unveil new signing Douglas
Manchester United set to sell fringe players to reduce bulging wage bill
Manchester United are in a final push to recoup as much money as possible before the transfer window closes by offloading a string of high-earning fringe players
Juventus, Roma and Milan scramble to be ready for Serie A kick-off
Paolo Bandini: Italy’s top flight returns this weekend having again to face the fact many of its most talented players have opted to play abroad
Transfer wrap
Football transfer rumours: Aston Villa to sign Tom Cleverley?
Danny Welbeck to Tottenham? | Shinji Kagawa to Borussia Dortmund? | Fernando Torres to Milan? | Sokratis Papastathopoulos to Arsenal
Three European giants drawn in Group F
Holders Real drawn with Liverpool
Wojciech Szczesny: Alexis Sánchez will only become stronger for Arsenal
Wojciech Szczesny has backed Alexis Sánchez to become a regular goalscorer for Arsenal after the forward broke his duck to put his team into the Champions League group stage
Wayne Rooney stands tall in shallow end of England’s shrinking talent pool
Daniel Taylor: Roy Hodgson acknowledged the lack of alternatives when announcing Wayne Rooney as the new England captain and also admitted the dearth of quality players
Roy Hodgson admits he was concerned over Luke Shaw’s fitness in Brazil
England’s manager, Roy Hodgson, admitted he shared Louis van Gaal’s concerns over Luke Shaw’s fitness during the World Cup but believes he will get ‘fitter and stronger’ at Manchester United
Roy Hodgson’s ‘Ginger Pirlo’ Jack Colback tipped to make England impact
A move from Sunderland to Newcastle revived the midfielder’s career and Alan Pardew believes he ticks the right boxes
Mauricio Pochettino eyes European riches as Spurs ease past AEL Limassol
Goals from Harry Kane, Paulinho and an Andros Townsend penalty gave Tottenham a 3-0 win over AEL Limassol to book their place in the Europa League group stage
Champions League draw: Manchester City face tough task to progress
City face a hard task but the club are confident that they have the squad to progress in Europe, while Liverpool draw Real Madrid
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