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Four players who could be the next USMNT captain - Stars and Stripes FC
Who will wear the armband once the new manager is appointed?

United States opening of 'real interest' to ex-Manchester United manager David Moyes
Having someone give me a bag full of five million dollars is of 'real interest' to me. Doesn't mean it will happen.

Benfica women claim 28-0 victory on debut in Portuguese second division - BBC Sport
Benfica women's team claim a 28-0 victory over Ponte de Frielas as they make their debut in the second division of the Portuguese women's league.

N'Golo Kante: Chelsea star eats curry and watches Match of the Day at fan's house after mosque meeting - BBC Sport
Chelsea star N'Golo Kante spends the evening watching Match of the Day, playing Fifa and eating curry with a group of fans he met in a London mosque.

Champions League: With Cristiano Ronaldo gone from Real Madrid is it more open than usual? - BBC Sport
Could this be the season when we see a shift away from Real Madrid's dominance? We look at some of the key Champions League talking points.

Raheem Sterling and Manchester City hit impasse in contract talks | Football | The Guardian
Raheem Sterling and Manchester City are some distance apart over the worth of the forward, who has less than two years to run on his contract.

Jürgen Klopp: I would not swap Liverpool’s front three for PSG’s | Football | The Guardian
Jürgen Klopp says the visit of Kylian Mbappé, Edinson Cavani and Neymar in the Champions league on Tuesday will be Liverpool’s ‘biggest test of the season for sure’.

Jack Wilshere will miss around six weeks for West Ham after ankle surgery | Football | The Guardian
"Wow, I didn't see that coming!" said the person who hasn't paid attention to Arsenal or soccer in the last five seasons.

Manchester City accounts show Sheikh Mansour has put £1.3bn into club | Football | The Guardian
Sheikh Mansour has spent more than £1.3bn directly investing into Manchester City since he took over in 2008.