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On August 20, Manchester United announced their fourth signing of the summer, with Sporting Lisbon defender Marcos Rojo joining the Red Devils on a deal estimated to be worth around $28.6 million.

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Western Sydney’s remarkable victory over Asian juggernauts Guangzhou Evergrande has has been overshadowed by a furious tirade from World Cup-winning coach Marcello Lippi.

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They might be one of Asia’s richest clubs but they couldn’t buy a win on Wednesday as Western Sydney pulled off a remarkable 1-0 victory, toppling Guangzhou Evergrande in the first leg of their Asian Champions League (ACL) quarter-final.

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Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak’s latest challenge is leading his club team, Crystal Palace, to safety once more.

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Central Coast coach Phil Moss on Wednesday backed a move for an A-League team to be based in Wollongong, after a crowd of more than 5000 made the trip to WIN Stadium to watch his Mariners defeat South Coast Wolves 1-0 in the FFA Cup.

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The Melbourne Victory have eased their way into the FFA Cup round of 16 with a comfortable 2-0 win over Western Australia’s Bayswater City at the WA Athletics Stadium on Wednesday night.

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The opening round of the English Premier League kicked off on the weekend and the world’s most watched football competition did not disappoint, delivering some big results along with plenty of great goals.

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For fans of the English Premier League, not even a brilliant World Cup in Brazil could make the off-season any less painful a wait.

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Tony Popovic has faced and overcome some mighty hurdles in his time as Western Sydney coach but he rates coming up against Asian giants Guangzhou Evergrande as the biggest.

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The defending champion Brisbane Roar have become the first A-League club to blow away a lower-level opponent in the FFA Cup with a 4-0 round of 32 win over the Stirling Lions on Tuesday night.

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Football finally returned to England’s top division last weekend, and the action was filled with new and old faces turning in some masterful displays.

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Diego Costa began to pay back his hefty transfer fee with a debut goal for Chelsea as they recovered from the shock of going behind to seal an emphatic 3-1 win over Burnley on Monday.

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I’ve never written about women’s football. The odd match report aside, I’ve never really written about what women’s football means.

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The opening weekend of the 2014/15 English Premier League is behind us, with more than a few upsets and plenty to discuss.

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They’ve just suffered a shock loss to a semi-professional side and now Western Sydney are preparing to face a cashed-up Asian juggernaut boasting a World Cup-winning coach.

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Madman and genius. Louis van Gaal has certainly faced a lively introduction into English football.

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MATCH RESULT: Chelsea see out the final few minutes with ease, displaying a real professionalism in their display after doing the damage in the first half.

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Reigning A-League champions Brisbane Roar say complacency will not be an issue when they meet Perth’s Stirling Lions in the FFA Cup on Tuesday evening.

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With the A-League entering its 10th season, there are three years remaining on the current television deal that Football Federation Australia negotiated in November 2012.

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Former Manchester United manager David Moyes claimed in a British newspaper interview published on Sunday that he should have been given more time by the club.

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