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Manchester United

Manchester United defender hints he could leave for this one reason

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Manchester United full-back Matteo Darmian has admitted some mild frustration with a lack of playing time this season, while also hinting that he could return to Italy if his situation doesn’t change, reports the Express.

The 27-year-old joined Manchester United for £13m in 2015 and was a regular in the defence in his debut season.

United fans have the right to boo

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Chris Smalling has defended the Manchester United fans who booed the team off the pitch after yet another goalless draw on Saturday.

United spurned the chance of going top of the league as they could not breach West Ham's defence and some of the fans made their frustration clear at the final whistle.

David De Gea admits frustration at Man Utd

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David De Gea has admitted his frustration with Manchester United's form in recent weeks that has seen them lose the last three games. To make...

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Man Utd’s Shinji Kagawa: ‘Ask David Moyes why I’m not playing’

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Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa has told reporters to ask David Moyes why he is not playing. The Japan international has been left out of the new United boss' team, despite the fact that they have shown a lack of attacking flair against the likes of Chelsea and Liverpool. And it appears he is as [.

Video: Manchester United boss David Moyes reiterates that Wayne Rooney is not for sale

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Manchester United manager David Moyes voiced his frustration at relentless questioning about Wayne Rooney's future while confirming that the striker is not for sale at any price. Speaking in Thailand during the club's tour of Asia, Moyes said: "Well, unless I was speaking double-Dutch I think we said Wayne Rooney's not for sale.

RvP credits substitution for Man Utd win

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Manchester United forward Robin van Persie believes that the introduction of Paul Scholes and not his hat-trick was the main reason why the Red Devils came from behind to beat Southampton 3-2 yesterday.

Van Persie scored United's first equalizer minutes following Rickie Lambert's early opening goal and even after Morgan Schneiderlin restored the Saints' advantage, the Dutchman added two late goals to secure all three points for Sir Alex Ferguson's men.

Arsenal

Arsenal fans should be happy not angry at Ozil’s Germany form

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I understand that there are a lot of Arsenal fans out there who are struggling to feel anything positive about our club at the moment. I share the frustration that another poor start to the season has produced and I do not agree with Arsene Wenger and the Arsenal board when they try to tell [...]

Arsenal fans frustration boils over but do the club even care?

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Has Arsenal Football Club gone from being the run of the mill Premier League club that seems to put more focus on the money it can get from the TV rights and keeping the books balanced than looking after the fanbase that makes it all possible, to some sort of despotic dictatorship? As football fans [.

Some reasons to NOT be hard on Wenger and Arsenal

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It was hard not to be full of frustration and even rage as Arsenal were torn apart at the Allianz arena by the German champions Bayern Munich. Yet again the Gunners exit the Champions League at the first knockout stage, with the manner and size of our defeat hard to stomach. I am an Arsenal [...]

Arsene Wenger Has No Issues With Sanchez’s Latest Strop

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Arsene Wenger played down Alexis Sanchez's frustration at being substituted in Arsenal's 4-0 Premier League victory at Swansea.

Sanchez had scored Arsenal's fourth goal his 16th of the season before being withdrawn 11 minutes from time with the Gunners moving in to the top three on goal difference.

Arsenal v Hull – How Frustrating was that???

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I dread to think what all the Arsenal strikers are feeling like this morning after yesterday's unbelievable 0-0 draw against Hull, as I posted earlier, ALL of our strikers failed to get past a reserve side from the Championship, and now we have to go to the KC Stadium for a replay at some point [...]

Arsenal fan receives insurance payout over Gareth Bale’s derby goal for Tottenham

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A Norwegian Arsenal fan has received compensation after dislocating his shoulder when Spurs took the lead in last month's north London derby. Sverre Litleskare popped his shoulder out of it socket when he raised his right arm too quickly in his attempt to show his disgust at Gareth Bale's opener. While watching the match with [.

Pent-Up Frustration Among Arsenal Supporters Means QPR Is A Must-Win Game

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Adversity on the pitch for the Gunners quickly boiled into turmoil at the club's annual general meeting on Thursday. Following two consecutive disheartening defeats, Arsenal have reached a tipping point in their season. Majority shareholder Stan...

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Sagna has doubts while Coq wants to play

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It's Friday. Hurrah.

Today sees the first round of internationals take place as teams, you know, play against each other and stuff. And there'll be some goals and corners and yellow cards and red cards, but they're not all made out of ticky-tacky and they won't turn out all the same.

From an Arsenal point of view you can see the players on duty here and we'll be keeping everything crossed that they come through tonight, then Tuesday night, without any problems so they can continue their start to the season with the real football, the football that people actually care about.

Bacary Sagna Questions Arsenal Transfer Policy – Is He Next Out The Door At The Emirates?

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By Alan Duffy

Arsenal fans, here we go again! Currently sidelined by injury, Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna has been speaking to French newspaper L'Equipe. And his somewhat out-of-character comments won't have done anything to calm concerns over the Gunners' transfer policy.

Arsenal Will Be The Surprise Of 2012/13

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There are many people out there spitting feathers over Arsene Wenger not bringing in some 'super, super quality' players yesterday.

Or any players. I even saw some Gooners so desperate for Arsenal to get someone in they wanted Micheal Owen. Even Emile Heskey's name was bandied about.

While I can understand the frustration brewing there's not a lot we can do about the fact we didn't make any signings.

Quiet Till The End

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One half of the remaining "strikers"

The final day of the transfer window has come and passed. All the anticipation over signings and we were left disappointed. There were plenty of deals being done all over the Premier League but none of the news came out from London Colney nor the Emirates or the Highbury House.

Thoughts on Theo

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Morning all,

and the madness has begun. It's all based around Theo Walcott and his apparent refusal to sign a new contract with the club. As I mentioned on yesterday's blog, he was one of the players I felt could leave the club this week because of his contract issue. The situation is he has less than 12 months left on his deal, Arsenal face the prospect of losing him on a free and for that reason alone his departure would not be a surprise.

Newcastle United

Benitez vows to fight on despite transfer woes

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London (AFP) – Rafael Benitez has pledged not to quit as manager of Newcastle United despite his mounting frustration over the club’s failure to back him in the transfer market.

Since guiding Newcastle into the top flight by winning the second-tier Championship last season, Benitez has been engaged in a transfer struggle with owner Mike Ashley.

Pardew – Fan Frustration Boiling Over – We Need A Win

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Alan Pardew, following the fourth defeat in a row today at Stoke City, has admitted that Newcastle need a win and that the fans' frustration at the terrible form being shown by the team, is now beginning to boil over. Alan Pardew Newcastle fans' frustration boiling over This is what Pardew has said about [.

TORRES: "The confidence is back because I'm playing more."

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After three goals in four games this season already (including the Community Shield), Fernando Torres has begun to receive plaudits from the press compared to the "battering" they have given him ever since he signed for Chelsea.

I have been saying ever since he signed for Chelsea, all he needs is the right service and we will literally see him fly in a Chelsea shirt.

match

GIF It: Tottenham manager Andre Villas Boas argue with some advertising hoardings

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After his side's lethargic start to their match against Lyon, Tottenham manager Andre Villas Boas needed to vent some frustration. The target for his anger was an advertising hoarding that he felt was blocking his route back to his dugout. He gestured towards the hoarding and then somebody he obviously felt was responsible for the [.

GIF It: Wycombe’s on-loan Tottenham keeper Jordan Archer attacked by Gillingham fan

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Wycombe goalkeeper Jordan Archer was barged to the ground by a Gillingham supporter during last night's televised League Two match. As he bent over to place the ball for a goal-kick, a Gills supporter charged and jumped at Archer during the closing moments. The Tottenham youngster, on loan at the Chairboys, was uninjured and able [.

Non-league Bashley demand FA Cup replay over ghost goal

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Non-league side Bashley have written to the Football Association to ask for their tie with Gosport to be replayed after the referee missed a clear goal. Gosport's keeper booted the ball through the side-netting in frustration before ref Will Bull had seen it cross the line. He didn't award a goal, believing that the ball [.

Videos

Video: Oldham’s Lee Croft accused of racially abusing Sheffield United ball-boy

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Oldham Athletic winger Lee Croft has denied he racially abused a ball-boy during a mid-game row on Saturday. Croft was seen ranting at the Sheffield United youngster after he petulantly kicked the ball away to waste time before a Latics throw-in. The 27-year-old denied his rant included any racist language.

Tottenham manager Andre Villas Boas’ hilarious response to Hugo Lloris ‘frustration’ question

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Spurs boss Andre Villas Boas tied a journalist up in knots during a press conference after he was asked if he understood Hugo Lloris' frustration over not being in the team. AVB soon turned the tables by asking a few questions of his own. The journo was left backpedaling furiously and claiming to have asked [.

Wolves’ Kevin Doyle says Ireland players ‘taking the piss out of’ Sunderland’s James McClean

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Republic of Ireland striker Kevin Doyle told a press conference that the squad has been "taking the piss out of" James McClean after his controversial Twitter activity following Friday's win over Kazakhstan. Sunderland star McClean took to the social networking site to vent his frustration at being left on the bench, but Doyle says there [.

Major League Soccer

“You’ve gotta finish”: Roundup of reaction to Union draw, more news

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"Frustration" is the watchword in the Union locker room after Saturday's drab draw. Reaction to announcement that USWNT coach Pia Sundhage will step down. Jurgen Klinsmann announces roster for upcoming WC qualifiers against Jamaica. Ronaldo "feeling sadness." More news.

Frustrated United still looking for answers

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When you take the hands out of a game, you remove man's special tool for refined play and frustration becomes the order of the day. The low scoring rate in soccer reflects that reality.

There are two ways to address the problem, run up your opponent's frustration by forcing him to make more passes to get to the goal or minimize your own frustration by accepting the delay and beating it with cunning and skill.

It’s time for DC United to control possession

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When you take the hands out of a game, you remove man's special tool for refined play and frustration becomes the order of the day. The low scoring rate in soccer reflects that reality.

There are two ways to address the problem, run up your opponent's frustration by forcing him to make more passes to get to the goal or minimize your own frustration by accepting the delay and beating it with cunning and skill.

The Rest

Disappointed Socceroos still dreaming of Russia World Cup

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Melbourne (AFP) – Coach Ange Postecoglou says his team will hit the ground running in their arduous World Cup play-off against Syria, brushing aside frustration at failing to qualify automatically for Russia.

The Socceroos beat Thailand 2-1 in their final Asian qualifying Group B game on Tuesday, but with Saudi Arabia upsetting Japan 1-0 it consigned them to a dangerous two-leg play-off against the war-ravaged Syrians.

Poetry Corner Kicks: Union 1 - Red Bulls 2

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Poetry Corner Kicks expresses his frustration.

Well that didn’t go as planned. It was oddly reminiscent of how the New York Red Bulls got off the schneid last year: a 2-1 win in Harrison, NJ against the Philadelphia Union. The Union had the stats to back up a win, but as we have seen time and time again, stats don’t win games.

Bottle It: Inter Milan Coach Walter Mazzari Finds Odd Way To Channel His Frustration (GIF)

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By Chris Wright

With his ailing side held to a goalless draw at home against Udinese last night (thanks largely to a heroic display from Udinese's 17-year-old goalkeeperSimone Scuffet), Inter Milan coach Walter Mazzari found a novel way to channel his frustrations on the touchline.

Wolves keeper Carl Ikeme breaks his hand punching a tactics board

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Carl Ikeme is likely to be ruled out for the rest of the season after breaking his hand by punching a tactics board. The Wolves keeper lashed out in frustration after manager Dean Saunders gave him an earful over the farcical own goal he had conceded. Saunders initially claimed that Ikeme, who was subbed at [.

Wenger not worried about losing Theo Walcott

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The Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been talking ahead of the massive North London derby with Tottenham today, and he has revealed that there is no progress in the contract talks with the England winger Theo Walcott, and he is not worried as he knows there is a replacement around the corner either from outside or the reserves (probably the reserves let's be honest!

Higuain kicks, Di Maria punches, Cristiano bleeds and Mourinho has no team

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With their 1-0 loss to Sevilla on Saturday, Real Madrid now have just four points from their first four league matches of the season and the frustration has set in. After Sevilla scored just 69 seconds into the match, that frustration showed as Real struggled not only to finish their chances, but to keep level heads as Sevilla knocked them around.

Glory Glory Leeds #250 now available

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Here we go then Glory Glory Leeds Two Five Oh! An extra long show for you all, to celebrate the occasion!
An hour of the latest Leeds United news. reviews and interviews and then an extended extra time, reading out your wonderful listener emails and congratulations!
It has been a long strange trip over the past 5 years of GGL shows.

Portland Timbers Man of the Match: Nice While It Lasted Edition [Poll]

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In what has turned into one of the Timbers' longest standing traditions since joining MLS, the team gave up three goals while visiting Colorado's Dicks Sporting Goods Park. In a lackluster effort, standout performances were few and far between, with even the best showings tempered by moments of rashness or lapses in concentration.

Reinvention Is Survival

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Reinvention is survival. It's one of the most often quoted aphorisms in business because complacency can be as fatal to any enterprise as a economic downturn. Any leader knows that change is necessary but painful. The best way forward is to establish a clear goal that's mutually agreed by everyone and build on existing strengths so that development is gradual rather than a transformative shock.

Post-Game Hangover: Reflections on Union @ Revs

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10 games without a win. It's the easiest stat to dwell on. And it should be dwelled on. I think you know why.

But there are other stats from the match that are worth noting as well. From the run of play, for example, the Revolution and the Philadelphia Union were almost even in all categories except for two that stand out: Attempts on goal and possession.