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  • ​Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, 31, is being offered wages of £1m a week to join a Chinese Super League club.
  • Rooney could take the chance to move before the Chinese transfer window closes next week if he is left out of Manchester United’s 18-man squad for Sunday’s EFL Cup final against Southampton.
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UCL : Round of 16 results -  Aguero's double give City advantage in feisty  thrilling clash; Torres, Gameiro give Atletico two-goal cushion in vital  away win 

​Bayer Leverkusen 2 – 4 Atletico Madrid

Manchester City 5 – 3 Monaco

  • Manchester City 5 – 3 Monaco

Sergio Aguero struck twice as Manchester City fought back to beat Monaco 5-3 in a sensational Champions League clash at the Etihad Stadium. 490 more words


Latest Football News 

  • Blackburn Rovers manager Owen Coyle has left the Championship side by mutual consent after eight months in charge.
  • The 50-year-old took over at Rovers in June 2016, but won just 11 of 37 games.
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Jamison Crowder set for a breakout 2017

DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon are all but done in Washington. The pass catching duo are set to hit the open market leaving the door open for third year man Jamison Crowder to fill the void left behind. 640 more words


La Liga result - Malaga end 3 months winless streak with Las Palmas victory 

​Malaga 2 – 1 Las Palmas

Malaga came from behind to beat Las Palmas 2-1 and halt an 11-game winless streak in the Spanish league on Monday. 60 more words


FA Cup : Fifth  round result - Walcott  scores 100th goal as Arsenal  defeat brave Sutton 

​Sutton United 0 – 2 Arsenal

Arsenal reached the FA Cup quarter-finals as goals from Lucas Perez and Theo Walcott ended non-league Sutton United’s run in the competition. 96 more words


Former Browns Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll Takes Over Alabama Offense

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Alabama has hired New England Patriots assistant Brian Daboll as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, reuniting him with his former boss Nick Saban. 385 more words