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Footy Talk: Football news and rumours - 21st September 2016

Updated: 21 September 2016 19:20 IST - Published: 21 September 2016 09:59 IST
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Thanks for staying with us. Join us at 10:00 AM tomorrow for some more of the juiciest football stories around the world

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United have spent millions this summer but have been forced to train in Northampton's car park facility. Not a great start to the day for them.

United have spent millions this summer but have been forced to train in Northampton's car park facility. Not a great start to the day for them.

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Barcelona face Atletico later tonight. Take a look at their squad here

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Paul Scholes in not happy with Pogba's antics at the moment

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A German lower league side has created a new record by losing 43-0. Their goalkeeper has been escorted by the police for questioning. Click here for more details

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Our favourite Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho has made a return to football. That's right the smiling assassin is back. According to reports he is set to play for Mexican third division side Club Deportivo

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A number of goals have changed the course of history. Take a look at the entire list, here

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Leo Messi, Cesc Fabregas, Iniesta have all graduated from Barcelona's La Masia academy. Take a look  at a few of the others who followed in their footsteps here

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An accurate description of Wayne Rooney's performances this season.

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Throwback to when Gabby Agbonlahor got no sympathy from the Liverpool fans. No wonder he decided to leave the Premier League.

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Has Antonio Conte been found out? Read on here....

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Could Sergio Ramos be on his way to Manchester United? Read on here...

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Iwobi bossed the midfield against Hull City, Iheanacho was at his imperious best and Rashford almost got Manchester United a point against Watford last weekend. So who do you think is the best young player of the three? Our resident Academy expert, Anirudh Menon has his say here.

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Massimo Cellino is the current owner of Leeds United and PES had banners speaking negatively about his ownership - as is often echoed by the fans of the historic club. 

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