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November 19, 2013

Chelsea and Arsenal stars feature in top 10 most expensive transfers in football history
15:51 GMT

Several of the most expensive transfers in world football history took place over the course of this summer's transfer window with the likes of Mesut Ozil, Neymar, Gareth Bale and Radamel Falcao all leaving their former clubs for greener pastures.

Uruguay-Jordan Preview: La Celeste on brink of Brazil
12:48 GMT

Oscar Tabarez's side dispatched their Asian opponents 5-0 in the first leg and should finish the job off at a canter and book their tickets to the World Cup

Maradona tips Dubai to be best sporting venue
12:40 GMT

Diego Maradona has led the array of accolades for Dubai’s achievement of being named the world’s second best sporting city at the Seventh International Sports Event Management (ISEM) Awards in London earlier this month.

Messi 'happy' at Barca despite rumors of 'mega-money' Premier League move
10:11 GMT

Barcelona star Lionel Messi has reportedly indicated he has no intention of leaving his club amid speculation linking him with a mega-money move to Premier League side Manchester City.

LeBron James considering launching MLS franchise in Miami with Becks
04:10 GMT

Former England football star David Beckham and American basketball great LeBron James are reportedly considering joining forces to launch a new Major League Soccer (MLS) franchise in Miami.

November 18, 2013

World Cup 2014: Desert Foxes on their way for 4th glorious qualification
22:46 GMT

The Algerian football team will play Tuesday, in Blida, against Burkina Faso to qualify for 2014 World Cup in Brazil, with the hope of fulfilling the dream of all the Algerians: snatching a fourth qualification for a final passage to one of the world’s largest sporting events.

Chelsea Transfer News: Galatasaray confirm no truth in John Terry rumors
22:39 GMT

There have been no major transfer rumours surrounding John Terry in the last four years. The links with Manchester City in 2009 remain as the closest Terry has come to leaving Chelsea. However, the possibility of Chelsea's captain leaving Stamford Bridge...

Fifa responds to Amnesty International‏: Qatar addressing labour laws
15:38 GMT

Football's governing body has claimed that the Arabian state has already begun addressing allegations of "human rights abuses" on work sites

Manchester City's Sergio Aguero sets sights on Champions League latter stages
12:28 GMT

Jose Mourinho thinks that Manchester City have the best squad in England and that is high praise indeed since the Portuguese has won numerous titles with four different clubs in four different countries.

Egypt-Ghana Preview: Essien & Co. take emphatic lead to Cairo
09:44 GMT

A 6-1 thrashing in the first leg means Kwesi Appiah's men have all but qualified for the World Cup finals but Bob Bradley's side will be eager to restore some pride

Sturridge thrilled by growing partnership with ‘world class’ Rooney
09:14 GMT

The Liverpool striker says he enjoys playing with the Manchester United man and feels the two forwards complement each other nicely for the Three Lions

November 17, 2013

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil won't feature for Germany against England
21:55 GMT

Germany take on England on Tuesday night at Wembley in a match that will give both managers a chance to continue to tune their sides ahead of the World Cup in Brazil.

Indomitable Lions secure World Cup qualification
16:00 GMT

Pierre Webo and Benjamin Moudandjo both struck during the first half before Jean Makoun netted twice after the interval, as Volker Finke's men booked a trip to Brazil next summer

Luiz Felipe Scolari: Brazil will be world champions
11:46 GMT

Felipao was unequivocal when asked whether his team has what it takes to claim the nation's sixth world title on home soil next year

Ex-Man Utd captain Roy Keane indicates Fergie has told lies in 'new autobiography'
09:32 GMT

Former Manchester United skipper Roy Keane has re-ignited his feud with Sir Alex Ferguson, calling claims in his former boss's recently published autobiography 'lies'.