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Neymar named new Brazil national team captain
Neymar named new Brazil national team captain
Dunga confirmed the 22-year-old would replace injured defender Thiago Silva, who has captained Brazil since 2011.
New-look Spain set for test against France
New-look Spain set for test against France
They all join 22-year-old Atletico midfielder Koke, who went to the World Cup but is now expected to take on extra responsibility.
United move ‘a dream’, says superstar Radamel Falcao
Colombian is one of the world’s most feared strikers
Diego Maradona steals the show in ‘peace match’
The Argentine pope, an avid soccer fan, did not attend the match but had an audience with both teams earlier in the day and also broadcast a message on the big screens at Rome’s Olympic Stadium ahead of kickoff.
Germany, Argentina set for World Cup final rematch
45,000 people watch the World Cup winners train
Cristiano Ronaldo raises questions about Real transfer policy
Cristiano Ronaldo raises questions about Real transfer policy
After winning a record-extending 10th European Cup crown last season, when dressing-room heavyweight Ronaldo was the team’s top scorer, Real sold midfielders Xabi Alonso and Angel Di Maria and brought in Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez.
Liverpool are back to their best: Rodgers
Sterling delivers a sparkling display against Tottenham
Paris Saint-Germain crush St Etienne
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, making his injury return, scored a hat-trick and strike partner Edinson Cavani also netted as the big-spending Parisians ran riot in the capital to move up to second.
Horrible Real need to improve, says Casillas
Real Sociedad stun star-studded European champions in La Liga
Radamel Falcao leads transfer frenzy
Radamel Falcao leads transfer frenzy
Man United have been the single biggest spenders, ahead of Real Madrid
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