Newcastle boss Pardew: No second bid from Arsenal for Yohan Cabaye

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Newcastle manager Alan Pardew says the club has not received a second offer from Arsenal for Yohan Cabaye. The Magpies rejected a £10m offer for the French midfielder at the start of the week. According to Pardew, the Gunners have not returned with an improved bid. The Toon boss' comments also indicate that reports suggest [.

Gunners disputes Mourinho’s assertion

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Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has refuted Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho's assertion that competing with La Liga duo Real and Barcelona is the most difficult challenge for any team, arguing that the Premier League remains the toughest in the world.

Mourinho spent much of the summer defending the competitiveness of La Liga, insisting that the quality of his Madrid side and their Catalan rivals is superior to all others in the world, not merely their current Spanish competitors.

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Five Things We Learned: Revolution vs. Sporting K.C.

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Revolution midfielder Kelyn Rowe walks off the pitch after Saturday's 1-0 loss to Sporting K.C. (Photo: Kari Heistad/

So much for starting off the post-Shalrie Era on the right foot.

In a game that the Revolution looked mildly-interested at best, Sporting Kansas City threw their weight around, stole a goal, and pounded their opponent into submission on Saturday night.

Revolution Vs. Toronto: Know Thy Enemy Part 2

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It seems like just yesterday that the New England Revolution earned a last-gasp draw against Toronto FC at BMO Field. In fact it was only about three weeks ago, but who's counting? The Revs are going to welcome the Reds to Gillette Stadium on Saturday night with the hopes of winning big over the Eastern Conference basement dwellers.

Top 10 Euro 2012 conclusions: England 1-0 Ukraine

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1. It's just like we were saying in summer 2010: goal-line technology would needlessly slow the game. There's no need for it. Ahem. 2. Wayne Rooney is back. Not with a bang, but with a winning goal. And that's all we can ask for really. 3. For once John Terry's team-mates were pleased to see [...]

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Semifinal Preview: Italy vs. Germany

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Italy and Germany are tremendous historic rivals; as two of Europe's most powerful footballing nations, any match between these two squads is intense and there is usually something on the line. Although this match probably won't be as epic as the battle in Dortmund in the 2006 World Cup, it is still highly-anticipated and should be plenty exciting.