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Fergie plays down spat

Perth coach Ian Ferguson has played down a heated exchange between himself and Jamie Coyne following Sydney FC's nail-biting 1-0 win over the Glory on Saturday night.
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Arnie rues missed chances

Frustrated Central Coast coach Graham Arnold is sure to give his players a tough week on the training track after the Mariners failed to find the back of the net in a scoreless draw with the Melbourne Victory on Saturday night.
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England upset Spain

Captain Frank Lampard scored the only goal of the game just after half-time to deliver England a 1-0 victory over Spain on Saturday.
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Wales hit four past Norway

Wales recorded their third consecutive victory as they beat Norway 4-1 at the Cardiff City Stadium, ensuring they ended 2011 on a high.
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Non-league clubs shine in FA Cup

Non-league outfits Fleetwood Town and Luton Town both had surprise wins in the first round of the FA Cup on Saturday.
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JVS lauds Heart spirit

Relieved Melbourne Heart manager John van 't Schip hailed his players' determination after overseeing the club's first win of the season against the Newcastle Jets.
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Reds sweat on Sergio

Adelaide United will be sweating on the prognosis of Sergio van Dijk's injured calf, with the club likely to know the star striker's fate on Monday.
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Germany extend unbeaten run

Germany were forced to come from behind to record a 3-3 draw with Ukraine in an entertaining friendly in Kiev on Friday, while the Netherlands were held to a scoreless stalemate with Switzerland.
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Bleiberg cops fine

Gold Coast coach Miron Bleiberg has been hit with a $5,000 fine for his post-match comments following last week's loss to Sydney.
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Jets lose Bridges

A virus has curtailed Newcastle Jets import Michael Bridges' planned comeback match against the Melbourne Heart at AAMI Park on Saturday afternoon.
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Advantage Croatia, Ireland

A clinical Croatia have hammered Turkey 3-0 in their Euro 2012 playoff first leg, while Republic of Ireland thrashed Estonia on Friday.
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Glory: No need to panic

Perth Glory coach Ian Ferguson says there's no reason for his side to panic despite suffering consecutive losses as they're still a few weeks away from reaching their peak.
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Test ahead for GCU

Wallowing in the bottom three on the ladder after the first month of the Hyundai A-League campaign, Gold Coast United is entering uncharted waters, according to coach Miron Bleiberg.
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Henry stands by MLS

New York Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry has defended Major League Soccer against critics who have attacked the standard of the league.
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Casillas wants to go on

Real Madrid and Spain captain Iker Casillas is hopeful he will go on to make many more appearances for his country.
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Lampard is England skipper

Fabio Capello has confirmed that Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard will captain England in Saturday's friendly against Spain at Wembley.
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Guardiola hails Mourinho

Barcelona's Pep Guardiola says that his Real Madrid counterpart Jose Mourinho could well be the best coach in world football.
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New deal for Herbert

Wellington Phoenix coach Ricki Herbert has signed a two-year contract extension to keep him in charge of the team until 2013.
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Heart want three points

Melbourne Heart boss John van 't Schip was delighted to have former Melbourne Victory hero Fred back in team calculations ahead of their date with Newcastle at AAMI Park on Saturday.
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Brown reaches his ton

To reach 100 Hyundai A-League matches is one thing, but Wellington Phoenix midfielder Tim Brown is just as proud to have reached the milestone with a Kiwi club.
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