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  • Blind challenges United to make more set-pieces count

    Blind challenges United to make more set-pieces count

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    Blind challenges United to make more set-pieces count

    Manchester United should be scoring more often from set-pieces following their Leicester City demolition, according to Daley Blind. …

  • Clinical Cavani leads PSG, Monaco hit seven at Metz

    Clinical Cavani leads PSG, Monaco hit seven at Metz

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    Clinical Cavani leads PSG, Monaco hit seven at Metz

    Edinson Cavani was at his clinical best on Saturday with a first-half brace as Paris Saint-Germain eased to a 2-0 victory over Bordeaux, while Monaco thrashed Metz 7-0 to return to the top of Ligue 1. The oft-maligned Cavani struck twice in the first half-hour at the Parc des Princes as PSG built on their midweek Champions League win away to Ludogorets in Bulgaria and got back on track domestically. Paris had come into the weekend in fourth spot in the table having lost at Toulouse last time …

  • Prandelli becomes Valencia's fourth coach in year

    Prandelli becomes Valencia's fourth coach in year

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    Prandelli becomes Valencia's fourth coach in year

    Valencia named former Italy boss Cesare Prandelli as their fourth coach in a year on Saturday on a two-year deal. "Valencia Club de Futbol wish to communicate to fans that they have reached an agreement with Cesare Prandelli," the club said in a statement. "The Italian being appointed as first team coach through to June 30th, 2018." Prandelli has been unemployed since leaving Galatasaray after just four months in charge in 2014. …

  • Conte talks up Costa scoring spree

    Conte talks up Costa scoring spree

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    Conte talks up Costa scoring spree

    Diego Costa has six goals in seven Premier League matches this season and Antonio Conte believes he has the ability to score in every match. …

  • Bayern held at home as Ancelotti misses record

    Bayern held at home as Ancelotti misses record

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    Bayern held at home as Ancelotti misses record

    Leaders Bayern Munich dropped their first Bundesliga points of the season on Saturday as their 1-1 draw at home to Cologne denied Carlo Ancelotti a record-equalling sixth straight win. Joshua Kimmich's first-half header at Munich's Allianz Arena was cancelled out by Anthony Modeste's volley to break the Bavarian giants' 100 percent record in the league this season. It meant Ancelotti missed out on equalling the Bundesliga record of six straight wins for a coach in his debut season in …