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  • Terry certain of Mourinho success at Manchester United

    Terry certain of Mourinho success at Manchester United

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    Terry certain of Mourinho success at Manchester United

    John Terry does not doubt that his former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho will make a huge impact with Manchester United. …

  • Stoke chairman unhappy over agent fees

    Stoke chairman unhappy over agent fees

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    Stoke chairman unhappy over agent fees

    (Reuters) - Stoke City chairman Peter Coates has urged Premier League clubs to reach an agreement over setting a cap for ever-increasing agent fees but he is not optimistic that any changes will happen in the near future. Manchester United were the highest spenders, paying out more than 10 million pounds on agent fees. Stoke's share was 1.75 million pounds -- the eighth highest among the 20 Premier League teams -- and Coates fears he faces a losing battle to regulate the fees agents receive. …

  • Barcelona revert to tradition with new kit

    Barcelona revert to tradition with new kit

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    Barcelona revert to tradition with new kit

    A return to striped shirts and no sponsor are the main talking points of Barcelona's kit for next season. …

  • Terry backs Mourinho to succeed at Manchester United

    Terry backs Mourinho to succeed at Manchester United

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    Terry backs Mourinho to succeed at Manchester United

    (Reuters) - Chelsea captain John Terry expects Jose Mourinho to be a success at Manchester United, saying the Portuguese is the right manager to lead the 13-time Premier League champions back into contention for major honours. Mourinho, who was named as Louis van Gaal's successor on Friday, will hope to usher in a return to the glory days the club's fans took for granted until Alex Ferguson ended his trophy-laden 26-year tenure with his retirement in 2013. Terry won eight trophies under …

  • Rusty Australia ring changes for Greece games

    Rusty Australia ring changes for Greece games

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    Rusty Australia ring changes for Greece games

    Australia coach Ange Postecoglou will ring the changes for the Socceroos' friendlies against Greece following their 2-1 defeat to England on Friday as he tries new combinations for the next round of 2018 World Cup qualifiers. Australia will be reinforced by talismanic striker Tim Cahill and a number of Asia-based stalwarts for the Greece matches in Sydney on Saturday and Melbourne next week. "The England game was a real challenging one for us," Postecoglou told reporters in Sydney on Monday. …