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George Dobson. Duh.
George Dobson. Duh.
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ENGLAND:

Diego Costa has few friends in the game, particularly after yesterday's stamp-fest against Liverpool. Unsurprisingly, his manager defends Costa against charges that he intentionally stamped on Emre Can and Steven Gerrard.

Gary Neville shows us the tactical acumen that made him who he is today.

The Premier League is the primary driver of inflation in transfer fees - it was responsible for 25% of all transfer fees paid in 2014.

WORLD:

Luis Figo has thrown his hat into the ring marked "Challengers to Sepp Blatter".

The European transfer window slams shut Monday. FIFPro, the players' union, believes the current transfer system is broken and needs repair.

Gareth Bale will not be coming back to England, according to Gareth Bale.

MLS:

The MLS' collective bargaining agreement expires on Saturday. It's looking more and more like there will be either a lockout or a strike, as the one thing MLS players want more than any other - free agency - is the one thing MLS owners refuse to budge on.

If there is an MLS season, though, and you want to get involved, how about as owner of the Red Bulls?

Manchester City will come to the Bronx in May to play NYCFC. That'll go well.