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Tuesday cannon fodder: failed beer work permit issues

Japan v Syria - International Friendly Photo by Atsushi Tomura/Getty Images

Australia 2-3 Germany - BBC Sport
World champions Germany beat Australia in Sochi to get their first Confederations Cup campaign since 2005 off to a winning start.

Sepp Blatter after the fall: ‘Why the hell should I bear all the blame?’ | Football | The Guardian
You should bear the blame because you, effectively, were FIFA, Sepp.

Make football great again: five cosmetic tips for the beautiful game | Daniel Harris | Football | The Guardian
Not all rule changes lead to a better game, but losing the phrase ‘seenemgiven’ would be no bad thing.

Nathan Redmond winner completes England comeback against Slovakia | Football | The Guardian
Nathan Redmond scored the winning goal as England came from behind to defeat Slovakia 2-1 in the European Under-21 Championship

Arsenal Transfer News: Takuma Asano fails work permit guidelines | Football | Sport |
Last summer's "New striker who dis" won't play for Arsenal next year either, as he didn't get his work permit.

Thomas Christiansen plans to use Johan Cruyff philsophy at Leeds -
Leeds have a plan for getting back to the Premier League. Oh, joy.

When Manchester United and Liverpool Launched Their Own Lagers, and Failed - VICE Sports
While it may seem implausible now, some of the biggest clubs in England once attempted to brand their own tinnies. Accused of encouraging hooliganism and drunkenness, they were forced to back down.

World Cup status more secure, U.S. soccer shifts attention toward Gold Cup - The Washington Post
The Confederations Cup isn't the only pointless international tournament this summer!