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Chelsea v Barcelona: International Champions Cup – live!

Chelsea v Barcelona: International Champions Cup – live!

The English champions play the Spanish champions in a pre-season friendly at FedEx Field in Maryland. Follow all the action live with Tim Hill Email tim.hill@theguardian.com or tweet @timmyhilleh 9.39pm ET 75 min: By gum, these changes have been hard to keep track of. I don’t know who’s playing for who any more. Cahill? Fabregas? Jesper Gronkjaer? Yellow card for Jordi Alba for a crude tackle on Victor Moses: that was really late. It could have been red. 9.35pm ET 72 min: Willian is fouled, and then his ball in is terrible. Barca break, but Moses does well to stay with Pedro. Continue reading...

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Taekwondo: O'Neill has Olympics in her sights - New Zealand Herald

Taekwondo: O'Neill has Olympics in her sights - New Zealand Herald

Taekwondo : O'Neill has Olympics in her sights New Zealand Herald Rhiannon O'Neill has a summer of hard work to look forward to in preparation for the Oceania Olympic Taekwondo qualifying tournament in March. Master Kesi O'Neill believes his daughter Rhiannon can gain selection for next year's Oceania Olympic ...

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Champions League roundup: Van Persie and Nani draw blank for Fenerbahce

Champions League roundup: Van Persie and Nani draw blank for Fenerbahce

• Former Manchester United men feature in 0-0 draw against Shakhtar Donetsk • CSKA Moscow draw 2-2 against Sparta Prague; Monaco win 3-1 at Young Boys Robin van Persie and Nani endured frustrating debuts for Fenerbahce in a goalless first leg of their new club’s Champions League third-qualifying-round tie against Shakhtar Donetsk. The two former Manchester United players had chances at opposite ends of the game but failed to convert as the Turkish side were held to a draw against the nine-times Ukrainian champions. Nani’s chance came in the sixth minute when the Portuguese forward struck a low shot that was saved by the Shakhtar goalkeeper Andriy Pyatov. Van Persie, who was on as a 68th-minute substitute, had a great chance to give his side the aggregate lead two minutes from time, but the Dutchman was unable to find the telling connection with a volley. Continue reading...

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Louis van Gaal backs Manchester United’s Luke Shaw to thrive this season

Louis van Gaal backs Manchester United’s Luke Shaw to thrive this season

• Left-back has impressed on tour after difficult first Old Trafford season • Manchester United manager expresses faith in Shaw’s ‘big talent’ Louis van Gaal believes Manchester United’s new campaign can be “the season of Luke Shaw” after the left-back endured a difficult first year at the club following his £30m transfer from Southampton. Shaw has impressed on United’s tour of the United States, with the 20-year-old benefiting from the rest he was given by not participating at the European Under-21 Championship with England earlier in the close season. Continue reading...

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Chelsea’s Cesc Fàbregas: the love I have for Arsenal will never change

Chelsea’s Cesc Fàbregas: the love I have for Arsenal will never change

• Spaniard prepared for hostile reception in Community Shield • ‘I have great memories, love and respect for the club,’ says Fàbregas Cesc Fàbregas is steeling himself for a hostile reaction from Arsenal fans when Chelsea take on his former club in the Community Shield on Sunday. The Spaniard was afforded a mixed reception on his first return to north London last April following his £27m transfer from Barcelona to José Mourinho’s side during the previous summer. Yet, as the 28-year-old gears himself up for more of the same, he believes nothing can detract from his time playing for Arsène Wenger, who helped establish the midfielder as one of the finest in Europe before he moved to the Camp Nou in August 2011. Continue reading...

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Toss may be crucial as England look to inspire revival against Australia | Mike Selvey

Toss may be crucial as England look to inspire revival against Australia | Mike Selvey

England have had to rejig after their mauling in the second Ashes Test and will need Ian Bell and Jonny Bairstow to enjoy their new roles and hope the bowlers can thrive in better conditions After two Tests the boot is firmly on the other foot. The balance of power shifted alarmingly from England, after their exhilarating win in Cardiff, to Australia, who repaid the hosts at Lord’s with a level of interest that would have embarrassed Wonga. Such has been the change, and the reaction to it, that we need reminding that the series actually does stand level. So what we have now, effectively, is a three-Test series. If England could have picked a ground on which to seek retribution they might well have chosen Edgbaston, their most successful home venue of those that have staged a significant number of matches. Of their past 10 matches here they have won six, and lost only that match in which, in the fourth innings, Graeme Smith played one of the great captain’s innings to take a game for South Africa in 2008 they had no right to win. Continue reading...

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