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Celtic no match for PSG as Neymar, Mbappé and Cavani score in 5-0 rout | Football | The Guardian
Remember when Celtic said they thought they had the squad to be competitive with PSG? Like two days ago?

Champions League: PSG stars all score; Messi nets two (VIDEO) |
Arsenal weren’t involved, but the Champions League still happened.

The anti-Beckhams: the UK footballers choosing to start their careers in the US | Football | The Guardian
MLS has long been derided as a retirement home for aging stars. But some young English players are choosing to kickstart their careers in the States.

Sunderland prove elite women’s football plays second fiddle to men’s youth teams | Suzanne Wrack | Football | The Guardian
Sunderland’s relocation from the Academy of Light and from their ground makes them the first casualties of the switch to a winter Women’s Super League season, but the parallels with PSG show this is a wider issue.

English Soccer Clubs Get Live Streaming Rights in New Sky Deal - Bloomberg
Teams from England’s lower-tier professional soccer leagues have gained the right to stream live games on their websites for the first time after signing a new five-season broadcasting deal with Sky.

Premier League desperate to end a decade of Champions League failures - ESPN FC
Michael Cox assesses the chances of the Premier League's five clubs in the Champions League as the Prem looks to end a decade full of UCL failures.

Premier League Fights to Retain Playing Talent After Brexit - Bloomberg
England’s soccer clubs already face higher costs for star players because of the pound’s plunge since the U.K. voted to leave the European Union. The bigger financial threat to the Premier League from Brexit, though, lies in tighter immigration rules sought by Theresa May’s government.