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Rams midfielder Jeff Hendrick filmed Steve McClaren struggling through fierce winds before the victory away at Blackpool and posted the hilarious video on his Instragram account.
The man who personifies razzmatazz in the beautiful game, Cristiano Ronaldo, is ready to sparkle at the Bernabeu against Barcelona in the first Clasico of the season.
Manchester United's stars have continued to drive their own cars to and from training - despite club sponsors Chevrolet shipping in a fleet of vehicles specifically for that purpose.
Leeds owner Massimo Cellino has defended Giuseppe Bellusci as the Football Association investigates allegations of racial abuse against the defender.
Brendan Rodgers has cast doubt over whether Mario Balotelli will be a long-term success at Liverpool. The Italian striker was subject to criticism on after a poor performance against Real Madrid. 
MATT LAWTON: It is 10 years since the infamous 'Battle of the Buffet' in the Old Trafford tunnel that marked the messy high point in the explosive rivalry between Man United and Arsenal.
DOMINIC KING: The Reds have conceded 48 goals in 34 games and their defending has been awful. Sportsmail assesses where the five players at the back need to improve to save the season.
ASHLEY CLEMENTS IN LILLE: Riot police resorted to using tear gas against Everton fans on Thursday afternoon after a second bout of trouble in Lille's city centre, with reports of rubber bullets being fired. 
MARTIN SAMUEL: Brendan Rodgers got great performances, and behaviour, out of Luis Suarez and perhaps he thought he could juggle fire again when he brought Mario Balotelli to Anfield. 
Sporting Lisbon have lodged a protest with UEFA and demanded a rematch with Schalke after a last-gasp penalty gave the Germans a 4-3 win in their Champions League clash.
Sportsmail columnist Martin Keown believes Manchester United can upset Chelsea when Jose Mourinho's side visit Old Trafford on Sunday, even if striker Diego Costa is fit to start for the Blues.
Mario Balotelli was slammed for swapping shirts with Pepe at half-time on Wednesday. But they're by no means the first pair of players to waste no time in getting a souvenir.
Arsenal are not as good as Borussia Dortmund, according to Anderlecht midfielder Steven Defour. The Gunners needed two late goals to beat the Belgian champions 2-1.
Liverpool will not look to solve their defensive crisis by splashing out more money on new signings in January as they have already spent more than £60million on reinforcements at the back.
Sam Allardyce insists he is not bothered that he is yet to be offered a new contract by West Ham, despite his current deal running out at the end of the season.
It pays to stick the big names into your Fantasy Football team and our latest £1,000 weekly winner has revealed he also listened very closely to what the best in the business had to say.
Roy Keane has admitted he cannot see himself managing Manchester United... at least not while Sir Alex Ferguson, who he spectacularly fell out with, is associated with the club anyway.
Liverpool stars arrived to training on looking glum following their humbling defeat at the hands Real Madrid - with Mario Balotelli catching the eye once more as he pulled up in his flash red Ferrari.
Mario Balotelli was the worst player on the pitch in Liverpool's 3-0 defeat by Real Madrid, according to Spanish newspapers AS and Marca.
Dave King held talks with influential Rangers shareholder Sandy Easdale on Wednesday as he attempts to advance a £16million bail-out plan for the club.
Frank Lampard will be able to extend his stay at Manchester City further in to 2015 if his parent club New York City FC decide to have a pre-season training camp in England.
Neil Warnock insists he did not question the referee Craig Pawson’s integrity following Crystal Palace’s home defeat by Chelsea on Saturday, but has been charged by the Football Association.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez, whose side have the task of stopping Liverpool loanee Divock Origi tonight, advises caution about rushing the 19-year-old into the Premier League.
Englishman Thomas Morgan, a footballer playing in Norway, has died aged 23. His club, Gjovik-Lyn, announced his death on their official website on Tuesday afternoon.
MARTIN SAMUEL AT ANFIELD: Brendan Rodgers’s team were outclassed, torn to shreds, reduced to the status of Euro roadkill in the space of 18 minutes.
Sterling came under fire after he hit a London nightclub until 3am after telling England boss Roy Hodgson he was too tired for the Estonia match. But the Liverpool manager has defended his player.
The Champions League group stage reached the half-way point this week with a series of entertaining and goal-laden matches. Here's how each of the groups are shaping up.
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has blasted Mario Balotelli, claiming that he would be shocked if the striker is still at Anfield next season after yet another lacklustre performance.
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea insists he is happy at Old Trafford despite being tracked by Real Madrid.
Arsene Wenger hailed his team's salvage job as 'vital' after the Gunners scored two late goals to beat Anderlecht 2-1 on Wednesday night.
Sunderland skipper John O'Shea has urged his team-mates to pay back the club's fans in the best way possible - by beating Arsenal on Saturday.
England have dropped to 20th despite a positive start in their European qualifying group. Roy Hodgson’s men are currently undefeated in Group E of their Euro 2016 qualifying group.
Anthony Reveillere has signed a deal until the end of the season and will wear the number 15 shirt.  The 34-year-old could be available to make his debut against Arsenal this weekend.
The three Samoan players dropped for Saturday's opening Four Nations match against England have each been fined £5,500, the National Rugby League have announced.
NFL interest in the United Kingdom continues to grow rapidly but if this infographic - released by the Atlanta Falcons - is anything to go by, the NFL still has a lot to learn about its transatlantic cousins.
Real Madrid swept Liverpool aside with three goals in 18 first-half minutes, including Cristiano Ronaldo's first Anfield strike, and Marca says the stadium 'was stunned'.
Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara has confirmed Mark Wilson and Paul Paton are under investigation following the alleged assault of Celtic goalkeeper Lukasz Zaluska on Monday night.
Mario Balotelli will be hauled over the coals by Brendan Rodgers after he ridiculously swapped shirts with Real Madrid defender Pepe at half-time.
The world's most expensive player put his feet up at home as he watched Real Madrid deliver a brutal first-half lesson to Liverpool.
MARTIN SAMUEL: Most of you wanted to talk about Ched Evans. And with the release of his self-serving video on Wednesday and the ongoing case review, this is not going to go away. So, I’m game.
MARTIN SAMUEL: Most of you wanted to talk about Ched Evans. And with the release of his self-serving video on Wednesday and the ongoing case review, this is not going to go away. So, I’m game.
NEIL ASHTON - THE INSIDE TRACK: When Karim Benzema scored Real Madrid’s third, Raheem Sterling stood still and wondered how Liverpool could ever get back into this game.
Jonathan Trott has signed a new three-year contract with Warwickshire after enjoying a revival in form and spirit this past season.
Diego Costa is a major doubt for Chelsea's trip to Manchester United on Sunday after being taken to hospital with a mystery illness.
Roy Hodgson has hit back at critics of Raheem Sterling after he was rested for England's win over Estonia, and blamed the media for trying to create divisions between him and club managers.
It is a sweltering summer afternoon on Tyneside. Gabriel Obertan, a player once billed as the successor to Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United trains with his fellow Newcastle outcasts.
ANDERLECHT 1-2 ARSENAL - ROB DRAPER IN BRUSSELS: Arsene Wenger's 65th birthday celebration finally went off with a bang on Wednesday night.
GERARD BRAND: He's young, he's English, and he's a centre forward. But Harry Kane is still underrated, even though his form since breaking into the first team exceeds that of Roberto Soldado.
Former England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff is to play for the Brisbane Heat in the upcoming KFC Twenty20 Big Bash League, the Australian team have announced.
Roy Keane has taken aim at Manchester United's 'propaganda' - and described the group of former players working for the club as a 'mafia'. Paddy Crerand has been singled out by Keane.
A French physician who treated Michael Schumacher for nearly six months after the Formula One champion struck his head in a ski accident says he is no longer in a coma.
ASHLEY CLEMENTS IN LILLE: Such is Ross Barkley's talent and will to succeed for his club, there's little doubt he'll be a key figure if Everton are going to lift the Europa League trophy in Warsaw.
An unstoppable last-gasp, long-range shot from Yordan Minev gave Ludogorets a 1-0 victory over 10-man Basel in their Champions League Group B match.
SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: My initial impression is that this 33-man squad errs slightly on the defensive, cautious side. It is nonetheless full of high-quality players.
For Celtic fans analysing Ronny Deila’s six years in charge of Stromsgodset, the devil very much lies in the detail.
Burgess, who defied a fractured eye socket and cheekbone to help South Sydney win the NRL Grand Final, received the award at the Royal International Convention Centre in Brisbane,
Salvador Perez broke open Game 2 with a two-run double in a five-run sixth, and the Royals' cast of clutch relievers kept the Giants in check for a 7-2 victory that leveled the Series
Dominic Solanke made his Chelsea debut in their 6-0 Champions League drubbing of Maribor on Tuesday night. Here, Sportsmail takes a look at the Blues youngster.
Former Fulham midfielder Pajtim Kasami scored the only goal as Olympiacos shocked Juventus with a 1-0 victory in the Champions League.
JOE BERNSTEIN IN LILLE: Everton manager Roberto Martinez has highlighted Liverpool's striker Divock Origi as the biggest threat facing his side in Lille on Thursday night.
Manchester City will write to UEFA to complain on behalf of their supporters after the governing body revealed they would not take action against CSKA Moscow for allowing fans to watch Tuesday's tie.
Stuart Lancaster has added three new faces to his England squad for the autumn internationals. Sportsmail's looks at the newbies hoping to make their mark.
Manchester United winger Angel di Maria was at Carrington for treatment on his day off on Wednesday as Louis van Gaal grew cautiously optimistic that he will be fit for Sunday’s game against Chelsea.
CHRIS FOY: There was a telling moment on Wednesday when Stuart Lancaster encapsulated England’s philosophy by invoking the memory of the country’s iconic World Cup-winning No 10.
Tony Fernandes faces legal action by the current 'owners' of Caterham as the Formula One team stand on the brink of going out of business.
Chris Froome may opt out of the 2015 Tour de France and target a Giro d'Italia-Vuelta a Espana double instead. Froome was not in Paris for the presentation of the 3,344-kilometre route.
Spurs sit third in their Europa League group and host Greek side Asteras Tripolis on Thursday. They slipped to ninth in the Barclays Premier League with a 4-1 defeat at Manchester City.
CHARLES SALE: England’s campaign to host the 2018 World Cup is expected to feature far more prominently than the FA would like in Michael Garcia’s report into the corrupt bidding process.
Cristiano Ronaldo is easily one of the most famous faces in football and for that reason huge companies across the globe clamber for a piece of the Real Madrid and Portugal star.
Hatem Ben Arfa has compared his playing career to a game of Super Mario on the Nintendo – admitting he only has 'one life remaining'.
Gareth Bale may have swapped Tottenham for Real Madrid but he is still having an impact on his former club, having helped countryman Ben Davies’ move to White Hart Lane.
JEFF POWELL: We all have our dreams - even the most famous and successful among us cling to lingering fantasies. Carl Froch, Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather are no exceptions.
As Real Madrid and Barcelona prepare to meet in La Liga at the Bernabeu this weekend, our nostalgic picture series features one of the greatest rivalries in world football.
Tigers director of rugby, Richard Cockerill, is adamant Tuilagi will not be involved in any of the Tests against New Zealand, South Africa, Samoa and Australia after limping off against Ulster.
Convicted rapist Ched Evans has pleaded for a second chance in football - and has even claimed he can be 'positive for a club and community'.
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer both cruised to victories on day three of the ATP Swiss Indoors in Basle.
Roberts and Lewis will be joined by 10 others to decide the top-10 shortlist for the top award, as well as the winners of the Team of the Year, Coach of the Year and Overseas Sport Personality of the Year.
The sight of Calvin Johnson on the practice field is a welcome one to Detroit Lions fans hoping to see the wide receiver play at Wembley.
Lionel Messi and his Barcelona team-mates were back in training 14 hours after the final whistle of their win against Ajax. Luis Enrqiue's side were preparing for their match against Real Madrid.
LAURIE WHITWELL'S MIDLANDS COLUMN: Aston Villa started the season with 10 points from four matches, but have since lost the same amount, in a row, without scoring a single goal.
Zinedine Zidane has stoked the fire ahead of Saturday's eagerly anticipated El Clasico derby by revealing the club never had any interest in signing Barcelona's Luis Suarez.
FOOTBALL LEAGUE COLUMN: Were Steve McClaren in charge for more than 36 games last season, then surely Derby would have joined Leicester in the automatic promotion places.
Nobody is guilty in football. That’s the first thing to understand. Nobody is fat or lazy, or has committed a foul, or conceded that throw-in. Even if it hit them last. Even if 75,000 people saw it hit them last.
Harry Wilson struck the winner with just two minutes remaining as Liverpool beat Real Madrid in a UEFA Youth League thriller on Wednesday afternoon.
London has taken another step towards hosting a new NFL franchise after George Osborne opened talks with the American Football authorities about moving one of the 32 teams to Wembley.
Andy Murray opened his Valencia Open challenge with a 6-3 6-3 win over Jurgen Melzer, although his performance failed to inspire in the Spanish city. The Scotsman remains eighth in race for London.
Birmingham City have been given permission to talk to Burton Albion manager Gary Rowett about succeeding Lee Clark. They want to have a manager installed in place by the end of the month.
CHRIS FOY: Danny Cipriani has every right to feel aggrieved and bewildered by his omission from this England squad - which is otherwise a largely logical selection based on form.
NEIL ASHTON: At Selhurst Park last Saturday, when Chelsea were playing Crystal Palace, an act of sportsmanship passed almost unnoticed - so Jose Mourinho’s generosity should be highlighted.
Bayern Munich might have thrashed Roma 7-1 in the Champions League but their coach Pep Guardiola still wasn't satisfied on Tuesday night - despite his side being praised by Pope Francis.
Gus Poyet has distanced himself from criticism, and says he is not responsible for the strength of his squad at Sunderland as the fallout from their 8-0 humiliation at Southampton continues.
Crystal Palace have signed former Manchester City striker Fisayo Adarabioyo. The 19-year-old has also had a spell with Birmingham City before a trial with Manchester United.
Luke Shaw admits his performances since joining Manchester United have not yet justified his £31million price tag but vows: ‘You’ll see my best soon.’
ADRIAN DURHAM: Anyone else fed up with the fawning over the Arsenal Invincibles 10 years on? Boring. The myth grows beyond all credible recognition as every year passes.
It was the same old story for Tottenham at Man City, where they conceded another four goals. They want to get back in the top four but at the moment they could not be further from it.
With Ched Evans' release from prison, English professional football was confronted by the kind of crisis which will test both its basic competence and its moral authority.
Di Maria has scored three goals since his £59.7m switch to England. But Ozil finds himself enduring more frustrations. I find it hard to see him leaving his unconvincing efforts of last season behind.
Thursday was 10 years to the day since Arsenal’s Invincibles won the last match in our unbeaten run of 49 games (a 3-1 win at home to Aston Villa). 
JEFF POWELL: Roy Hodgson's only mistake regarding Raheem Sterling was giving a cap to a player who had announced himself too tired to give his all for his country.