Andres Iniesta bids Barcelona farewell after 'difficult day' at the Camp Nou

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Andres Iniesta bids Barcelona farewell after 'difficult day' at the Camp Nou
BARCELONA -- Andres Iniesta remained at the Camp Nou until the early hours of Monday morning, sat alone on the pitch after bidding <a

Small clubs cross fingers for World Cup windfalls

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Small clubs cross fingers for World Cup windfalls
Small clubs cross fingers for World Cup windfalls

Ferdinand raps Mourinho for not backing Man Utd attacking talent

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Ferdinand raps Mourinho for not backing Man Utd attacking talent
Ferdinand raps Mourinho for not backing Man Utd attacking talent

Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand says manager Jose Mourinho refuses to back his attacking players.

Ferdinand, 39, acknowledges his former side have progressed from last season with their second-placed finish.

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TALKING TACTICS: How Conte's Chelsea can lift the FA Cup

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TALKING TACTICS: How Conte's Chelsea can lift the FA Cup
TALKING TACTICS: How Conte's Chelsea can lift the FA Cup

This Saturday, Chelsea take on Manchester United in an FA Cup final rich with backstory. There are several intriguing angles available when previewing this game, such as the fact Jose Mourinho has managed both teams, or that he and his opposite man Antonio Conte had a running feud earlier this season. However, here at Tribal Football we've opted for a more analytical approach.

The tactical battle that this match represents simply cannot be underestimated, as two managers with very different philosophies will come together. And considering the constant speculation surrounding Conte's future, it could prove to be their last tussle for a while.

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Steve Corica to continue Graham Arnold's Sydney FC culture - Brandon O'Neill

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Steve Corica to continue Graham Arnold's Sydney FC culture - Brandon O'Neill
When Steve Corica sat his Sydney FC players down on Wednesday morning and <a

Could lack of pressure work in England's favour?

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Could lack of pressure work in England's favour?
Despite England's recent struggles, Ian Darke and the ESPN panel are cautiously optimistic about England's World Cup chances.

Wenger: Taking another Premier League job would betray Arsenal

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Wenger: Taking another Premier League job would betray Arsenal
Wenger: Taking another Premier League job would betray Arsenal
Arsene Wenger says he will not take another job in the Premier League as it would feel like a betrayal of Arsenal. The veteran Frenchman is ending a 22-year stay at Arsenal but he has yet to confirm his next move, while former player Mikel Arteta is reportedly the front-runner to succeed him at Emirates Stadium. Wenger, who signed off with a 1-0 win at Huddersfield Town on Sunday, says he is mulling over his options but is unlikely to stay in English football. "It will be very difficult for me [without Arsenal]," Wenger told the official Arsenal website. "At the moment if I want to continue to work, I think I have to move out of the country, because my gut feeling at the moment is that I would feel I would betray my club by staying in England. "People might feel that I've betrayed what I've built here. That is the problem I face at the moment. "My club is here, my heart is here and will be forever. As I said in my speech on the pitch after the Burnley game, I'm a fan above all."