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Gary Neville: Whoever recruits best will win the Premier League | Football News | Sky Sports
Really goin’ out on a limb there, Gar Bear.

REVEALED: How often Premier League clubs use their change kits during a season - Huddersfield Examiner
Latest research shows how often teams donned their away shirts in comparison to their third choice strips last season. It’s the off season and this is what passes as news.

Dutch women announce themselves on international soccer stage
No team or athlete in women's sports this summer has as much within its grasp as Netherlands after the team's 1-0 opening win over Norway in the UEFA Women's European Championship.

The day Opta tracked me: ‘My pass completion was 60% … Christian Benteke standard’ | Paul MacInnes | Football | The Guardian
When Opta invited a team of journalists to a match in which all their stats would be recorded, the offer was one I could not turn down

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger becomes longest-serving Premier League manager | Football News | Sky Sports
Arsene Wenger today becomes the longest reigning boss in the Premier League era, as measured by days in charge. His 20th Premier League game this season, currently scheduled to be Crystal Palace on Boxing Day, will see him overtake Sir Alex on that front as well.

Francesco Totti officially retires, joins Roma in management role | SI.com
Recently retired Roma captain Francesco Totti is ready to begin his new role working in the club's management.

Leigh Griffiths, Celtic & Linfield charged after Champions League qualifier - BBC Sport
Stupidity reared its ugly sectarian head in Belfast, as Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths is charged with "provoking spectators" after he tied a scarf to the goal following the 2-0 win at Linfield.

Neymar PSG rumors: Barcelona star rumored for France move | SI.com
PSG would have to double the world transfer record to bring Neymar to France.