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FA Cup: Ex-Everton midfielder George Green on self-destruction and depression

He was once compared to Wayne Rooney before a cocaine addiction saw George Green go from a £110,000-a-year midfielder to £80-a-game at Ossett Albion.

Lyon vow to ban supporter for Nazi salute at Manchester City

French club Lyon have vowed to ban for life a fan who appeared to give a Nazi salute during the team's Champions League win at…

Belgium and France joint-top of world rankings

Belgium move to the top of the Fifa world rankings alongside World Cup winners France - the first time two teams have shared the top…

Young Boys 0-3 Man Utd: Debutant Dalot could be at Man Utd for 10...

Jose Mourinho says debutant Diogo Dalot could be a mainstay at Manchester United for the next 10 years after impressing in the Reds 3-0 Champions…

Dejan Lovren: Liverpool centre-back denies perjury allegations

Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren says he "did not commit any criminal offence" after being charged with perjury in Croatia, in the trial of Zdravko Mamic.

Meeting the real Troy Deeney – what is Watford striker like when the cameras...

Courteous and curious, as well as candid - Gabby Logan on what Watford striker Troy Deeney was like when she interviewed him for this week's…

Man City 1-2 Lyon: City reduced to 'a barely recognisable rabble'

BBC Radio 5 live's Andy Townsend explains what went wrong for Man City in their shock defeat by Lyon and why were they so bad?

'He'll play for Man Utd for 10-plus years' – Mourinho impressed by debutant

Jose Mourinho says Diogo Dalot could be a mainstay at Manchester United over the next decade after the full-back impresses on debut.

Man City cannot use crowd or Guardiola ban as excuses for surprise loss –...

Manchester City's Champions League defeat against Lyon had nothing to do with the crowd at the Etihad Stadium, according to coach Mikel Arteta.

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Newcastle 2-1 Manchester City: Blues not aggressive enough – Guardiola

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says his side "were not aggressive enough" in their 2-1 Premier League defeat by Newcastle at St James' Park.

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