Bayern Munich’s clumsy attempts to extricate Callum Hudson-Odoi from the increasingly volatile mess that is Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea this winter have livened up an otherwise rather uneventful transfer window in Germany. The saga was interesting — for Bayern supporters, at least — because it touched upon a number of important issues all once. First of
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Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner tackle this weekends Premiere League fixtures, including a big match up between Manchester City and Arsenal. ESPN FC’s Steve Nicol and the FC crew discuss the ‘antsy’ atmosphere at Anfield and the pressure associated with a tight Premier League title race. Man City’s midweek loss to Newcastle looked as if
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Ruud van Nistelrooy has had his 19-year professional career encapsulated in a unique “mash-up” shirt. The retired Dutch striker was presented with the jersey by designers “Blood In Blood Out”, who specialise in making artfully spliced football shirts. Van Nistelrooy’s custom version is constructed from swatches of all seven clubs he represented over the course
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Australia exited the Asian Cup at the quarter-final stage at the hands of the UAE. Graham Arnold says Australia faces being overtaken by other Asian nations with better-funded football programs. Socceroos coach Graham Arnold has belatedly knocked back speculation suggesting he was interested in leaving the national team to coach in Scotland. Arnold is overseas
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