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Simeone's son Giovanni scores first Serie A goal

Genoa's 1-1 Serie A draw with Pescara on Sunday featured a first Serie A goal for Giovanni Simeone, son of Atletico Madrid manager Diego.
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Ivanovic: Chelsea let Conte down

Chelsea fell to a heavy loss at Arsenal and defender Branislav Ivanovic conceded the visitors had failed to follow their boss' game plan.
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Inter 1 Bologna 1: Battling Bologna end Inter streak

Mattia Destro's first-half strike was enough to earn Bologna a 1-1 draw against a frustrated Inter at San Siro.
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Guardiola: Top-four finish very tough for Man City

Despite a magnificent start to his Manchester City career, Pep Guardiola is not thinking about the prospect of winning the Premier League.
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Rodgers expecting tough test against City and Aguero

With Sergio Aguero in top form ahead of a Champions League trip to Celtic, Brendan Rodgers knows the danger his team will face.
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Zamparini admits Balotelli interested Palermo

While Mario Balotelli is back scoring again for Nice in France, Maurizio Zamparini has revealed he had aimed to bring him home to Palermo.
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Former Swansea, Arsenal great Mel Charles dies

Mel Charles, a former defender and striker for Swansea City and Arsenal and part of Wales' 1958 World Cup side, has died at the age of 81.
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Asamoah, Rugani ruled out for up to seven weeks

Kwadwo Asamoah and Daniele Rugani are not expected to return for Juventus until November due to respective knee injuries.
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Totti reaches 250 Serie A goals in Roma defeat

Roma were beaten by Torino in a match that saw Francesco Totti hit a significant Serie A milestone.
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Alves makes LaLiga history as Valencia see off Leganes

Diego Alves saved his 17th penalty in LaLiga - a new record - as Valencia beat Leganes 2-1 thanks to goals from Nani and Mario Suarez.
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Guardiola rues De Bruyne injury as Man City await scan

Kevin De Bruyne had to be replaced during Manchester City's win over Swansea City, with Pep Guardiola waiting for news on his hamstring.
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Las Palmas draw could prove costly, admits Morata

Real Madrid were held to a second draw in a row by Las Palmas, and striker Alvaro Morata concedes that such results could be damaging.
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Gabriel explains choosing Inter over Juventus

New Inter striker Gabriel Barbosa says the challenge of helping the club back to the top was a key factor in his move.
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Hamburg dismiss Labbadia

Hamburg have decided to make Bruno Labbadia the second Bundesliga head coach to lose his job this season.
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West Ham players expect Payet's free-kick magic - Antonio

Dimitri Payet's latest exploits have come as no surprise to Michail Antonio ahead of West Ham's clash with Southampton.
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Man City must tell Guardiola to stop, says Toure's agent

Manchester City need to instruct Pep Guardiola not to treat Yaya Toure badly because he is part of the club's "family", his agent says.
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Hamsik thrilled to reach 100 Napoli goals

Marek Hamsik's strike against Chievo saw him get to a century of goals for Napoli, a landmark he is proud of.
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Zabaleta warns Man City over Celtic backlash

Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta expects to face a different Celtic side to the one which was hammered by Barcelona.
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MLS Review: Red Bulls, Toronto into play-offs

The New York Red Bulls are into the MLS play-offs and their victory also secured spots for two other teams.
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'We were unlucky' - Bale

Gareth Bale rued Real Madrid's bad luck after they were held to a draw by Las Palmas in LaLiga.
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