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  • Antonio is surprise name in Allardyce's first England squad

    Antonio is surprise name in Allardyce's first England squad

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    Antonio is surprise name in Allardyce's first England squad

    West Ham United's versatile Michail Antonio was the surprise inclusion when new England manager Sam Allardyce named his first squad on Sunday, for the World Cup qualifier away to Slovakia on Sept. 4. Londoner Antonio, 26, was in non-league football until the age of 18, when he joined Reading. Starting as a wing back in Sunday's game against Manchester City, he was pushed further forward in the second half and scored with a header in his team's 3-1 defeat. …

  • European roundup: City, United, Chelsea shine, Bayern hit six

    European roundup: City, United, Chelsea shine, Bayern hit six

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    European roundup: City, United, Chelsea shine, Bayern hit six

    Heavyweight trio Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea kept up their 100 percent starts to the Premier League season this weekend while Bayern Munich made a six-goal start to the defence of their Bundesliga crown. ENGLAND Raheem Sterling scored twice as Manchester City's 3-1 win over West Ham United took them to the top of the Premier League on goal difference from Chelsea and Manchester United. …

  • Mustafi: Ozil convinced me to join Arsenal

    Mustafi: Ozil convinced me to join Arsenal

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    Mustafi: Ozil convinced me to join Arsenal

    Shkodran Mustafi's move from LaLiga's Valencia to Arsenal in the Premier League is imminent. …

  • Man City go top with win over West Ham

    Man City go top with win over West Ham

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    Man City go top with win over West Ham

    MANCHESTER CITY 3 WEST HAM UNITED 1 Manchester City, Premier League champions in 2012 and 2014, went to the top of the table with a 3-1 victory over West Ham United on Sunday. Superior goal difference took them above Chelsea and neighbours Manchester United, who have also won their three opening games. Having scored twice in the first 18 minutes through Raheem Sterling and Brazilian midfielder Fernandinho, Pep Guardiola's team appeared set for an easy three points, only to be pegged back as …

  • Pardew confirms 'one or two' more signings

    Pardew confirms 'one or two' more signings

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    Pardew confirms 'one or two' more signings

    Despite his frustrations, Alan Pardew is expecting to finalise some more transfers before the window closes on Wednesday. …