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Super Cup semis reminded that unpredictability is best

The bracket was set for a Clasico final in the Spanish Super Cup. Riqui Puig ensured Barca made it, but Athletic kept Madrid from joining them.
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Tasmania Berlin remain German Bundesliga's worst-ever team... and are proud of it

Teams don't usually want to hang onto misery, but Tasmania Berlin were overjoyed to retain the title of being Germany's worst team.
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Liverpool vs. Manchester United: Tale of the tape, tactical battle, predictions

Liverpool vs. Man United is the biggest game this weekend. Who will come out on top?
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Barca presidential elections postponed due to COVID

Barcelona's presidential elections scheduled for Jan. 24 have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Solskjaer: Would be a 'shock' to beat Liverpool

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said his team are the underdogs heading into Sunday's top of the table clash with Liverpool.
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Klopp: I'm not Sir Alex, I don't play mind games

Klopp presser
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Rooney named manager of Championship Derby

Wayne Rooney has retired from football after being appointed as permanent manager of Derby County on a two-and-a-half year contract.
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Chelsea's 'longest-serving' player leaves after 3 games in 10 years

Chelsea's famed "Loan Army" lost one of its most seasoned and distinguished generals this week as Lucas Piazon finally departed the club for good.
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Auckland FC withdraw from Club World Cup

Auckland City FC have withdrawn from the 2020 Club World Cup due to quarantine measures required by New Zealand authorities.
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Pogba: Utd need title win to reach Liverpool's level

Paul Pogba has said that Manchester United can only reach Liverpool's level if they win the Premier League title this season.
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Man Utd's Fernandes breaks all-time Prem record

Bruno Fernandes has become the first player to win the Premier League Player of the Month award four times in the same calendar year.
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Man United rival Chelsea in Rice battle, Spurs players' surprise over Bale

Man Utd are keen on West Ham's Declan Rice -- ESPN's Insider Notebook has the latest: PLUS: Tottenham players are surprised over Gareth Bale's role.
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Can Bayern fix their defensive woes before it costs them more trophies?

Bayern Munich are on thin ice due to their equally fragile backline. With no shot now of a repeat Treble, can the Bavarians right the ship soon?
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Transfer Talk: Real Madrid see City's Aguero, Chelsea's Giroud as options

Real Madrid are in need of a short-term boost in their attack. Will Sergio Aguero or Olivier Giroud answer the call? Transfer Talk has the latest.
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Scholes: Man United must pass title test at Liverpool

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's table-toppers travel to Liverpool for a game that Old Trafford legend Paul Scholes, who won the Premier League 11 times, believes could begin United's march to glory.
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Tierney's absence highlights how devoid Arsenal are of attacking creativity

Arsenal's three-game winning streak ended with a draw vs. Palace, with the absent Kieran Tierney's importance to the Gunners never more evident.
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USMNT 2021 to-do list: Find a striker, build depth behind stars

The USMNT played just four matches in a 2020 turned upside down by COVID-19, so ESPN details what Gregg Berhalter & Co. need to accomplish in 2021.
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Utd finally good enough to win trophies - Rashford

Marcus Rashford has been awarded by the FWA and commended by Sir Alex Ferguson for his campaign for the UK government to fund free school meals.
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Fatigue 'is paying a price' at Arsenal - Arteta

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says fatigue is beginning to take a toll on his team after a dull 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace.
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Real Supercopa elimination 'not a failure' - Zidane

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane does not consider his team's elimination from the Spanish Super Cup at the hands of Athletic Bilbao "a failure."
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