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    Arsenal manager Unai Emery has stated that he expects Mesut Ozil to take on his fair share of defensive duties this season.
    The Spaniard tasted defeat in his first game in charge at the Emirates as the Gunners were beaten 2-0 by Manchester City on the opening day of the Premier League season.
    Emery insists Ozil, who has been criticised in the past for a perceived lack of effort at times, will be expected to give his all when defending for the team.
    When asked about the defensive duties placed on Ozil during the defeat to City, Emery replied: "Every player needs to [defend] in the true moment of a match.
    "There are defensive moments and attacking moments. Every player each needs this commitment. For me, we need to start together, whether we are attacking or defending. I want that from every player.
    "The position, [Ozil] is playing all his career like a number 10-player, like a right-winger going inside to receive the ball.
    "It's clear he needs the ball more to give more options in the attacking moments. He needs to do [it] in each match, be demanding for us but defensive moments are for each and every player."
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    Celtic assistant manager Chris Davies has denied there is a rift between the coaches and the club's board.
    The Hoops were knocked out of the Champions League qualifiers this week amid reported disagreements with Dedryck Boyata and speculation that boss Brendan Rodgers has been at odds with the club's hierarchy over transfers.
    But Davies, covering for Rodgers in his pre-match media duties ahead of the Scottish League Cup clash with Partick Thistle, for which the Hoops manager is not obligated to attend, insisted rumours of a rift were simply "not true".
    "There is no fallout with the board," he said. "There are no deep fractures within the club. It's not there. Brendan is in dialogue with the board as ever. He's working closely with the board as always. He's fine. There is no issue.
    "What's happened is that we've gone out to a team we've deserved to beat over two legs. We were the better team than AEK Athens, home and, but that can happen, and people are looking at it and trying to create one single narrative; 'there's been a fallout, Boyata, this has happened, that has happened'.
    "It's not as simple as that. We all share responsibility. Brendan has made his point previously - that he wants the squad to be as strong as it can be - and we all want that. He's working and thinking about leading the team.
    "What I can tell you now is that we won't let this negativity be created and start holding us back. What we've done over the last two years has been incredible in terms of domestic trophies, qualifying for the Champions League.
    "We have been here two years and it's the first setback we've probably had. Brendan is dealing with it. We've had some negativity over the past few weeks but Brendan's dealt with that as a manager before.
    "We as a club will come out of this strong and better. There's not a chance that this negativity will hold us back or stop us in any way. In football you have to be resilient, learn from your experiences and come back stronger, with optimism for the future - and that's exactly what we're going to do."
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    Liverpool defender Ragnar Klavan has left Anfield for Serie A side Cagliari on a permanent deal.
    The Estonia captain made 53 appearances for Jurgen Klopp's side after joining from German club Augsburg for £4.2m in July 2016.
    Klavan played 28 games last season, including eight Champions League ties, but fell down the pecking order as Klopp preferred Virgil van Dijk, Dejan Lovren, Joel Matip and Joe Gomez.
    "I had offers from several teams, including in other countries, but Cagliari really wanted me," Klavan told Sky Sport Italia.
    "Darijo Srna advised me to come here, as I talked to him via Dejan Lovren. Other Liverpool teammates like Alisson, Salah and Lucas Leiva all spoke highly of Serie A.
    "I’m certain we’ll do great things here and I am really fired up. The city is wonderful and so are the fans, I can’t wait to get started."
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    Mauricio Pochettino has admitted that he is anticipating players leaving Tottenham Hotspur before the European transfer deadline.
    Despite not signing a single player before the domestic deadline last week, the futures of a number of players remain uncertain ahead of August 31 including Toby Alderweireld, Danny Rose, Georges-Kevin N'Koudou and Vincent Janssen.
    Pochettino has promised any unhappy players that he will help try to "fix" them a move to another club because he must have every squad member focused on the season at hand.
    Ahead of their first 'home' clash of the season against Fulham at Wembley he told Sky Sports: "Maybe, yes, we are going to see if some players believe that they can achieve their goals in another club.
    "Maybe they are going to move. Different individual things can happen in the next few weeks.
    "If some player is not happy because he needs to play or believes he can play more at another team, or needs to change the environment, or needs a new challenge or motivation, I told them that I am open to find the solution.
    "I want people who feel happy to be involved here every day, happy to be in the place that the manager, who is the boss, puts you, and I think that is the only way to success.
    "If we are 25 players, 40 or 50 staff, fans, board altogether, working for the same objective, which is to win games. That is why I am so open to fix problems. I don't want anyone upset or unhappy, or with negative feelings here.
    "It is so clear the rules. It is so clear my message. I promise I am going to fix it if someone is not happy to be here for the next five months until the transfer window opens again. All people here need to feel they can be part of the team, and help the team any time the manager commands."
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    Sean Dyche has no concerns about his Burnley squad's early-season workload as they return to Premier League action against Watford this weekend.
    The Clarets' season kicked off with Europa League qualifying over three weeks ago and, following Thursday's 1-0 win against Istanbul Basaksehir, will contest a two-legged play-off against Olympiakos with a place in the Europa League group stages at stake.
    The Burnley boss is keen to build on his side's goalless draw at Southampton last weekend, and believes their steely resolve can help the Clarets notch their first league win of the season.
    "The fitness here is unbelievable. The players' mental and physical fitness is absolutely fantastic, so they will be ready for Sunday," Dyche said.
    "Statistically, it has been very high since I have been here, [even more so] once I got my own group in the first summer.
    "And if you then add in a bit more know-how, a bit more individual awareness and team awareness of what it means to be in the Premier League, then that bodes well.
    "But as we saw last season, there were different teams that struggled. There is no gimme situation. We have to work for everything, which is what we are prepared to do.
    "It's about your own team's focus and the ability to drive forward no matter what is put in front of them and I think we are good at that, so I'll be going into Sunday believing these players will go again,
    "They will run hard, they will play hard and they will do what they need to do to try and win a game."
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    Italy midfielder Claudio Marchisio has left Juventus, ending a 25-year association with the club.
    Both parties agreed to the termination of the 32-year-old's contract, which was due to expire in 2020.
    Marchisio played 389 times for the Bianconeri, winning seven league titles and four Coppas Italia.
    The Turin-born player, who suffered a serious knee injury in April 2016 which ruled him out for six months, made 20 appearances last season.
    Marchisio posted a picture on social media of him as a Juventus youth team player, saying: "I can't stop looking at this photograph and these stripes on which I wrote my life as a man and a footballer.
    "I love this shirt to the point that, despite everything, I am convinced that the good of the team comes first. All the time."
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    Manchester City's instrumental midfielder Kevin De Bruyne suffered what is thought to be knee ligament damage during training on Wednesday.
    He has been seen wearing a leg brace while having the use of crutches and is due to undergo more tests to reveal the severity of the injury which is expected to rule the midfielder out for at least 2 months meaning he would miss Manchester City's opening Champions League games and potentially a clash with Liverpool in October.
    In January 2016, De Bruyne injured the same knee against Everton in a Premier League fixture resulting in the Belgian being sidelined for 9 weeks. During this time, Manchester City played 12 matches winning just 4 of them and losing 5.
    Since arriving to Manchester City in 2015, De Bruyne has become a huge hit amongst many City supporters and footballing fans around the world. He was a key part of Pep Guardiola's team last season, helping the club win both the Premier League and Carabao Cup.
    Manchester City scored a record breaking 106 goals last season with De Bruyne contributing to 24 of them, 8 goals and 16 assists. Many Fantasy Football Fans selected De Bruyne in their teams last season and many selected him as captain. They were not to be disappointed as game after game he put in fantastic performances lighting up the Premier League. 
    During the summer, Kevin De Bruyne helped Belgium secure 3rd Place in the World Cup. The "Golden Generation" of Belgium was out to prove a point with the likes of Hazard, Lukaku and Co. joining De Bruyne.
    In the last 16, with the scores at 2-2 in the 90th minute, Japan had a corner only for Courtois to claim the ball and roll it out to De Bruyne who drove into Japan's half and contribute to Belgium’s claiming a winner and help them qualify to the Quarter-Finals. It was in the Quarter-Finals where Belgium beat Brazil 2-1 and De Bruyne scoring the winning goal, in which was one of the goals of the tournament.
    But how well adapt are Manchester City to cope with the loss of one of their key players of last season? Do they have enough depth in his position?
    Riyad Mahrez would be the obvious choice to cover the injured Belgian, who in turn was replaced by De Bruyne in Manchester City’s season opening 2-0 win over Arsenal. Bernardo Silva is another candidate to replace him, having scored on opening day. David Silva, despite his age, still has something to offer the team and Pep Guardiola looks keen on keeping him in the squad rotation which was used for much of last season.
    Pep Guardiola is also keen on giving England youngster Phil Foden a chance in the squad, could this be the perfect opportunity for Pep to introduce Foden into the squad or even give Foden the chance to prove himself worthy of becoming a regular at Manchester City?
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    West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini has ruled out a move for free agent Yaya Toure.
    The 35-year-old left Manchester City at the end of last season after eight years at the club, having won the Premier League during the Chilean's spell in charge.
    Pellegrini, who has already made nine signings over the summer after taking over at the London Stadium, has however distanced the club from making an offer to the midfielder.
    Speaking ahead of Saturday's game against Bournemouth, Pellegrini said: "Yaya is a very good player. In his position at the moment we have very good players.
    "He will always be a good player in any team but right now our squad is ready."
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    Everton director of football Marcel Brands has admitted that his club paid over the odds to sign Richarlison from Watford.
    The Hornets accepted a club record fee which could rise to £44m for the Brazilian winger, who starred early on last season but found it hard to maintain his form as the campaign progressed.
    His failure to impress throughout the entire season led many to question the fee paid by Everton for the 21-year-old who scored twice on his Everton debut on Saturday.
    The ill-feeling between Watford and Everton, which started when the Goodison Park club allegedly made an unwarranted approach for then Watford boss Marco Silva in November, made securing Richarlison’s services challenging.
    “We thought it would be a very difficult one because of the history of the clubs,” Brands told The Guardian. “We were convinced with him but I think with the situation with Watford we had to pay a little more.
    “I think maybe the market value was a little bit lower but, at the end, we are happy with him. We think he can be very special.
    “He has a lot of speed, the capability to work; he is strong and he is tall. There are a lot of qualities for all the competitions in Europe. They are important qualities.”
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    Germany midfielder Toni Kroos has criticised former World Cup-winning teammate Mesut Ozil for the way he announced his international retirement.
    In July, the Arsenal man announced that he would no longer play for Germany, citing "racism and disrespect" within the country's football setup.
    Ozil said he received hate mail and threats following his photograph with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Germany's lacklustre World Cup campaign.
    Kroos told Bild newspaper: "Basically Mesut is a deserved international and as a player he deserved a better departure. But the way he resigned was not in order.
    "The parts in his statement that are rightly addressed are unfortunately overshadowed by the significantly higher amount of nonsense.
    "I think he knows very well that racism within the national team and the DFB does not exist."
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    Julen Lopetegui has conceded that Real Madrid "have to improve in all facets" after their first competitive match under his management saw them suffer a 4-2 extra-time defeat to Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup.
    Saul Niguez and Koke struck in quick succession in the additional period at Tallinn's A. Le Coq Arena after the game ended 2-2 in normal time.
    Real had been 2-1 up, with Karim Benzema cancelling out Diego Costa's first-minute opener and Sergio Ramos then converting a 63rd-minute penalty, before Costa netted his second of the contest to draw things level.
    Lopetegui was quoted by AS as saying in his post-match press conference: "We had good game phases but it was not enough.
    "We have to congratulate Atletico, I believe that they have won deservedly.
    "We are not happy and the negative is that we have conceded four goals and this is not normal. This will have to be improved, without a doubt.
    "We have to improve in all facets, we do not like when we make mistakes and we have to improve in everything, not only in individual errors.
    "(It is a) feeling of frustration and sadness. But knowing that responsibility forces us to get up and try to improve and start the league as we want to start."
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    Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui is happy to have Gareth Bale on his books and is confident that the Welshman can help fill the void left by the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus.
    Ronaldo, who scored 450 goals in 438 games for Real, moved to Juventus in July and Madrid have not yet signed a replacement.
    The onus is now on Bale to become the team's key figure after he struck twice in the Champions League final win over Liverpool and his new manager is pleased with what he's seen so far.
    "We love that [Bale] is with us. He is so motivated with a lot of hope and he's been working well since the beginning of the season," Lopetegui told reporters on the eve of Real's UEFA Super Cup meeting with Europa League holders and city rivals Atletico Madrid in Tallinn.
    "We are delighted with his attitude and his desire, he's an ultra professional who is training with the desire of a youth teamer. We are convinced he will have a great season."
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    Atletico Madrid defender Diego Godin says he did not use interest from Manchester United to secure an improved contract.
    The Uruguay defender was rumoured to be a transfer target for Manchester United on deadline day, but a move failed to materialise.
    A report by The Sun suggested Jose Mourinho blamed Godin's agent for supposedly wanting to use interest by the Red Devils as leverage to land his client a fresh deal.
    However, ahead of Wednesday night's UEFA Super Cup final match against Real Madrid in Tallinn, Godin denied the events were linked.
    "I have not renewed," Godin said. "I have had offers, although I have decided to stay for personal reasons, and I am only thinking about the final.
    "But I have not extended my contract. I saw that news came out but I do not know where it came from."
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    Brendan Rodgers has revealed that Dedryck Boyata had been fit to play despite missing Celtic's 2-1 defeat at AEK Athens, which put them out of the Champions League 3-2 on aggregate.
    The Belgium defender, reportedly the subject of a failed £9m bid by Fulham before the English transfer window closed, had posted a video of him receiving treatment before Tuesday night's game in Greece.
    His agent Jacques Lichtenstein was quoted earlier in the week by saying that as his client is in the final year of his contract, he could not risk playing when not 100 per cent fit.
     "Yes, we were obviously missing our two best centre-halves this evening, unfortunately," said Rodgers. "My concentration really until I get back is only with the players that are here. But yes, Dedryck would have been fit to play."
    Asked if he felt frustrated on a night where defensive inadequacies proved costly, Rodgers said: "Yes, of course. He has been with us on the journey now for a couple of years and helped us get to this position and of course, someone of his quality, a World Cup semi-finalist in our team, would certainly have helped.
    "But he wasn't here and we look at the performance without him and I can't think any more than that".
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    Eric Dier has stressed that Tottenham Hotspur are seeking to "shut everyone up" about their uneventful transfer window.
    Spurs failed to sign a single player before last week's deadline but manager Mauricio Pochettino has moved to allay fears that it could impact their ability to compete for the Premier League's top places this term.
    And midfielder Dier, who impressed during their opening-day win away at Newcastle United has backed his boss by insisting that new players do not automatically make you a stronger side.
    "It's a great challenge for us to shut everyone up. We're going to enjoy that challenge," he told reporters on Saturday.
    "We've got a fantastic squad here, with fantastic players in every position. To strengthen it is not easy. All the other teams around us might have signed players but not many of those are better than the players they've already got.
    "If you're trying to create a better atmosphere or give the team a boost then that's cool, but we'll find the same boost in a different way.
    "So we're really happy, we've got a fantastic group. We really enjoy training together, playing together and being with each other. We'll just continue to build on that.
    "For the past three years we've been challenging the best teams in the country and last year we were challenging the best in the Champions League with the squad that we have here today.
    "As the manager has said, we're in a fight but we're having to use different tools.
    "We've known that for the past three years and we have to try and compensate for what other clubs can do in different ways with our attitude, work ethic, desire and we have to try and compensate in those ways. It'll make us better."
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    Presnel Kimpembe has signed a contract extension with Paris Saint-Germain, keeping him at the club until 2023.
    The 23-year-old has already made 76 appearances for PSG and won 14 trophies at the Parc des Princes, including three Ligue 1 titles.
    Kimpembe was also involved in Didier Deschamps' World Cup-winning France squad in Russia, featuring in one game.
    "It's a great chance to be able to wear the shirt of this club and this extension of contract is a proof of my attachment and gratitude to PSG," the defender told the club's website.
    "Thanks to my trainers, and also my team-mates and the support of the Parisian fans, I was able to continue my progression, season after season, until I joined the first team, but also the France team, with whom I had the good fortune to win the World Cup.
    "This win motivates me even more to achieve great goals with the my heart club."
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    Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa has dismissed talk of his side being the new favourites for promotion.
    The Whites have made an impressive start to their Championship campaign, beating Stoke City and Derby County to move into second place behind Middlesbrough.
    Speaking ahead of Tuesday's EFL Cup tie against Bolton, Bielsa said it is too early to make assumptions.
    "If you think that we are favourites to go up, we have only played two games so far," he said. "We shouldn't trust this kind of affirmation because we've played only two games.
    "Two games are not enough to make conclusions on the team. We all know that. And you know that.
    "You ask me a question but you don't believe in it. We can't draw perspective after playing just 5 per cent of the Championship. Less than 5 per cent.
    "You ask me a question but I'm sure you don't share the concept that gives substance to the question because you have on one side the hope that comes from the fans and on the other side we have to make an analysis, you and me."
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    We all have our own opinions on the amount of money involved within football, whether it be the price of match tickets or the amount of money players earn.
    But has spending gone too far in the beautiful game and have players got too much power over clubs? We've witnessed over the years transfer windows in England alone reaching over £1bn, in ONE window.
    Kepa Arrizabalaga became the worlds most expensive goalkeeper recently when he was signed by Chelsea for £71.6m, beating the previous record set by Liverpool weeks before when they signed Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson Becker from AS Roma for £67m. But should they have both spent such money on these two goalkeepers? In 2001, arguably the greatest goalkeeper in the world Gianluigi Buffon was signed by Juventus for, a world record fee at the time for a goalkeeper, £33m. An astonishing, £34m-£38.6m difference. 
    In 2017, Neymar became the world's most expensive footballer signing for PSG from Barcelona for £200m, a transfer fee we'd never have imagined for a single player. That transfer fee alone would have signed Zinedine Zidane 4 times over, when he was signed by Real Madrid for £50m in 2001, a world record at the time.
    Luis Figo, Paul Scholes, Ronaldinho, Ronaldo Lima. If these players were still playing, in today's market it's unbelievable to think how much they'd sell for given many players today have buyout clauses reaching almost £1bn.
    From the days of managers such as Sir Alex Ferguson, Brian Clough and Alf Ramsey putting players in their place and not allowing them to dictate the goings on at clubs, we hear multiple stories of players having more power than management in today's game.
    Most recently we've heard a rumour of Paul Pogba demanding Manchester United for an extra £200k a week to keep him at the club amid interest from Barcelona. Also, in 2017 Lionel Messi reportedly 'demanded' that the Barcelona board sack Luis Enrique or he will leave the club for China. 
    Thibaut Courtois managed to force a move away from Chelsea to Real Madrid earlier this month by refusing to report in for training having previously stated his desire to move. When he was unveiled as a Real Madrid player, he was pictured kissing the badge, even though he had previously played for rivals Atletico Madrid.
    But this isn't the first time a player failed to report in for training to force a move to the Spanish giants, as in 2013 Gareth Bale was allegedly ordered by Tottenham Hotspur to report for training only for the Welshman to decline. Having previously rejected bids, Tottenham had no choice but to succumb to the demands and sell Bale. Even though both players forced a move away they still had the audacity to state that they were "thankful" for the clubs.
    In 2011, Carlos Tevez made headline after headline for the wrong reasons. Failure to turn up to training, opting to return to his native Argentina. Roberto Mancini stated "he wanted him out of the club" after he refused to come off the bench in a Champions League match against Bayern Munich. He was then suspended for two weeks and was guilty of five breaches of contract then given a fine of four weeks wages only for the PFA to reduce it to just two weeks.
    Raheem Sterling also requested to sit out of England's 1-0 win over Estonia in the 2016 Euro Qualifier due to 'tiredness' even though he has trained his entire life to make it as a professional footballer and raking in thousands a week. 
    Are footballers being pandered too much? Have players got too much control over clubs? Does Financial Fair Play come in to effect to certain clubs? It's only a matter of time before we see a big money move for a player reaching nearly £1bn and see them on weekly wages of £1m.
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    Hordan has made the move from Preston North End to Hibernian for an undisclosed fee.
    Hibernian manager Neil Lennon has said "He's one we've been keen on for a long time and it's a real coup to get him over the line, Daryl Hordan will give us a real threat going forward and some strength out wide. We had been looking to add in that area and I'm delighted with the options we now have.
    "He has power and pace and will hopefully give us another dimension to our play in the final third."
    Daryl Hordan Irish international has signed a three year deal with the club, hoping to make his first appearance on Sunday against St Johnstone.
    Hordan said "I am delighted to have made the move to Hibs, I've spoken to the manager and am excited for his plans for the season ahead."
    "Obviously the boys have started well in Europe and the league, they had a good season last year and the ambition is there to follow that up with another successful year. I'm ready to play and looking forward to trying to break into the team."
    The 26 year old has had four caps for his international side Ireland and since joining Preston North End in January 2017 he made 44 appearances, scoring four goals.
    Hordan helped his previous club Dundalk qualify for the Europa League group stages and win three league titles in a row.
    CJ
    Elliot Hodge signed a short term contract to join Burton Albion until January. Hodge has been training with The Brewers in the pre-season as he was a free agent since leaving Notts County at the end of last season.
    Burton's manager Nigel Cough was keen to snap up the 22 year old midfielder and Hodge has already played in Burton Albions pre-season friendlies.
    The 22 year old midfielder is the son of Steve Hodge who played for Nottingham Forest and also played for England. 
    Hodge is hoping to be playing in saturdays match against Gillingham, Albion are just waiting for confirmation from the FA.
    Elliot Hodge said “I’m delighted, I’ve been training for a long time here so it’s nice to get it done, i’ve been here from the start of pre-season and the lads have been really welcoming.
    “I’m looking forward to being around it, the manager thinks I can improve being around all the players. I want to be involved, I want to enjoy my football and see where it goes.”

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