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Chelsea on a buying blitz

New Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is ready to blow the transfer market apart with a buying blitz to make the London club kings of Europe.

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Ronaldinho blow to MU

Paris St Germain president Francis Graille said yesterday he was waiting for an improved bid from Manchester United for Brazil World Cup winner Ronaldinho.

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Russian oil tycoon wants full control of Chelsea, says Bates

Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich is seeking full control of English football club Chelsea after buying over half of Chelsea Village#8217;s shares, the club#8217;s chairman Ken Bates said on Wednesday.

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Russian oil tycoon buys Chelsea

English football was rocked yesterday by news that a shadowy Russian oil billionaire had bought out Chelsea, one of the country#8217;s most glamorous clubs.

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Ronaldinho on the verge of becoming a Devil

Brazil World Cup star Ronaldinho could agree a move to Manchester United as early as tomorrow, his brother and agent Roberto Assis said yesterday.

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Johor FA to develop Larkin Stadium to repay hefty debts

Johor FA president Tan Sri Mohd Ali Hashim has taken it upon himself to clear the association's mounting debts, which has hit a staggering RM13.6 million as at Dec 31 last year.

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Promoted Portsmouth get a bargain buy in Ipswich captain Holland

Ipswich Town have accepted a £750,000 offer from Premier League newcomers Portsmouth for their captain Matt Holland because they cannot afford to pay his wages, they said on Wednesday.

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Monaco’s Prince Albert ready to help struggling club

Monaco's Prince Albert said on Thursday the principality would act to help its debt-ridden football club and prevent its relegation to the French second division on financial grounds.

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Stuttgart emerge as Bayern's new rivals

VfB Stuttgart have enjoyed their best season in more than a decade and see no reason why they should not go on to challenge Bayern Munich#8217;s supremacy. Stuttgart#8217;s 2-0 victory over VfL Wolfsburg in the final game of the season on Saturday enabled them to finish second #8211; their best result since they won the last of their four German crowns 11 years ago.

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No party even if Juventus win

Double-chasing Juventus will retain the Italian title today should they win at home to mid-table Perugia. A point, however, could even be enough for the 26-time champions, depending on Inter Milan#8217;s result at home to Parma.