Otago Daily Times: Soccer News

Football: Phoenix beaten by ten-man Glory

Rising star Danny De Silva scored his first A-League goal and Andy Keogh continued his hot form to inspire 10-man Perth Glory to a 2-1 triumph over Wellington Phoenix at nib Stadium.

Football: Liverpool's Rodgers unfazed by Selhurst Park return

Football: Liverpool's Rodgers unfazed by Selhurst Park return

Brendan Rodgers says he is not haunted by the memories of throwing away a 3-0 lead against Crystal Palace last season, but after a poor start to the current campaign the Liverpool manager will not want to see a repeat performance at Selhurst Park.

Football: Next eight games 'crucial' for Man City

Football: Next eight games 'crucial' for Man City

Manchester City must win their eight Premier League games before the end of the year if they are to challenge Chelsea for the Premier League title, manager Manuel Pellegrini said.

Football: Wigan boss Whelan apologises for 'anti-Semitic' remarks

Dave Whelan, owner of Championship club Wigan Athletic, has apologised after being accused of anti-Semitism and condoning racism for referring to Chinese as "chinks" and saying Jewish people "chase money".

Football: Blind and Falcao injury blows for Man United

Manchester United suffered a double blow on Thursday with Daley Blind ruled out for a "long" spell due to a knee problem and Radamel Falcao receiving a "new injury" that will keep him out for at least two more weeks.

Football: Arsenal's Giroud on track for return against United

Football: Arsenal's Giroud on track for return against United

Arsenal's France striker Olivier Giroud could return for their Premier League clash with Manchester United on Saturday after recovering from a broken leg nearly a month ahead of schedule.

Football: Sturridge suffers new injury setback

Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge has suffered a new thigh injury during his efforts to recover from a calf strain.

Football: NZ loss 'due to inexperience'

Football: NZ loss 'due to inexperience'

All Whites coach Anthony Hudson described the All Whites' loss to Thailand yesterday as a "teething issue" that comes with having such a young group of players.

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