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Copa Libertadores: River Plate ‘mafia’ blamed for Boca Juniors bus attack - BBC Sport
River Plate hooligans are blamed for an attack on the Boca Juniors bus before the Copa Libertadores final second leg.

How Argentinian football had the chance to prove it had changed – and blew it | Football | The Guardian
Talk before the Copa Libertadores final was of putting on a new face to the world, but River Plate fans’ attack on Boca Juniors changed all that.

Pochettino might have outgrown Tottenham | theScore.com
He's good. Will he stay?

No Point Discussing Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Says AC Milan Boss Gattuso
Was Zlatan's appearance in MLS a cameo?

Better concussion protocols needed in sport, say MPs - BBC Sport
MPs are calling on the government to introduce better concussion rules in sport, with one saying "there will be fatalities" if the situation does not improve.

Borussia Monchengladbach can 'have the league' for 50m retweets - BBC Sport
The official Twitter account for the Bundesliga tells Borussia Monchengladbach they can "have the league" if they get 50 million retweets on a post.

Gianluca Vialli: Former Chelsea striker and manager reveals he faced cancer - BBC Sport
Ex Chelsea and Watford manager Gianluca Vialli, who says he is now well, hopes to inspire others with his book about living with cancer.

Luke Shaw: You need thick skin to play for José Mourinho’s Manchester United | Football | The Guardian
Manchester United’s left-back Lee Shaw had said that players need a thick skin to play for José Mourinho at Old Trafford.

Eden Hazard again suggests he may leave Chelsea in the summer | Football | The Guardian
Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has dropped a hint he may leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season.

Barcelona become first sports team to average £10m a year in wages | Football | The Guardian
Barcelona is the first sports team in history to pay its first-team players an average yearly salary in excess of £10m.

Conmebol asks Fifa to stage the World Cup every two years | Football | The Guardian
Why leave soccer's crown jewel alone when you can devalue the hell out of it?

Global soccer glut on TV means battle is over - StarTribune.com
No longer do fans have to rely on quirky Fox Sports World for their fix.