How Bruno Fernandes has started to turn Manchester United around
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How Bruno Fernandes has started to turn Manchester United around

In late January, Manchester United’s brass finally addressed the dearth of attacking guile in Ole Gunnar Skolskjaer’s midfield. Bruno Fernandes’ transfer from Sporting CP may eventually rise to…

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3 takeaways from Liverpool's surprise UCL elimination to Atletico Madrid
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3 takeaways from Liverpool's surprise UCL elimination to Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid are at their best when they’re written off. Diego Simeone’s troops engineered a 4-2 aggregate victory over Liverpool on Wednesday to book their spot in the…

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Sporting events in Italy suspended until April due to coronavirus outbreak
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Sporting events in Italy suspended until April due to coronavirus outbreak

All sporting events in Italy, including Serie A, will be suspended until April 3 at the earliest due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Italian National Olympic Committee announced…

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Messi eager to stay at Barcelona but wants to see improvements
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Messi eager to stay at Barcelona but wants to see improvements

Lionel Messi is eager to continue plying his trade at Barcelona but recognizes the current season isn’t going to plan. The Argentine superstar admitted it’s been one problem…

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Atalanta rising: How a middling club became one of Europe's most exciting teams
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Atalanta rising: How a middling club became one of Europe's most exciting teams

It may seem like Atalanta’s season in the Champions League is an anomaly, a fairy tale, something that can’t and won’t ever last. The Champions League is supposed…

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European soccer is crumbling behind UEFA's Champions League facade
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European soccer is crumbling behind UEFA's Champions League facade

At the southeast end of Slavia Sofia’s ground, mature trees have burst through the foundations, dislodged seats, and stretched high above the empty stand. Nearby picnic benches are…

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Defining Moments of the Decade: Part 2 of our 5-part series
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Defining Moments of the Decade: Part 2 of our 5-part series

With the decade drawing to a close, NewsFromSport looked back and voted on 100 moments that defined the sports world in the 2010s. We’re counting down every Monday…

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3 thoughts on Mourinho's shock move to Tottenham
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3 thoughts on Mourinho's shock move to Tottenham

Barely a year after he was kicked to the curb by Manchester United – his dwindling reputation in tatters in everyone’s mind but his own – Jose Mourinho…

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Lamps' stamp: Why Lampard is succeeding at Chelsea
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Lamps' stamp: Why Lampard is succeeding at Chelsea

It’s not a stretch to say that even the most ardent Frank Lampard supporters are pleasantly surprised by the club legend’s acclimation to management at Chelsea. Months into…

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Conte is a winner, and Inter are learning how to be one again
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Conte is a winner, and Inter are learning how to be one again

Antonio Conte heard the song before. “Pazza Inter Amala,” Inter’s catchy anthem, celebrates the club’s volatile nature. It’s about things happening by chance, last-gasp winners, endless drama, and…

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