Otago Daily Times: Soccer News

Football: Chelsea fire six past Everton

Football: Chelsea fire six past Everton

It was a day of role reversal as Jose Mourinho's often cautious Chelsea thumped Everton 6-3 in a thriller, while champions Manchester City's attacking talents were blunted in a shock 1-0 home defeat by Stoke City.

Football: Milan agree Torres loan with Chelsea

Football: Milan agree Torres loan with Chelsea

AC Milan have agreed a two-year loan deal with Chelsea for misfit striker Fernando Torres but the Spaniard has yet to agree terms and decide to end his London nightmare.

Football: In the deep end with Fifa U20

Football: In the deep end with Fifa U20

Anna Duncan (nee Thomas) is no stranger to diving into exciting opportunities. Sports editor Hayden Meikle talks to the former international diver who is now playing a key role in New Zealand's hosting of the Fifa Under-20 World Cup.

Football: Rojas pulls out of All Whites trip

Football: Rojas pulls out of All Whites trip

All Whites striker Marco Rojas has pulled out of next week's trip to Doha and Uzbekistan and will be replaced by Wellington Phoenix defender Thomas Doyle.

Football: Bilbao oust Napoli, Arsenal qualify again

Football: Bilbao oust Napoli, Arsenal qualify again

Athletic Bilbao took advantage of shambolic defending to beat Napoli 3-1 and reach the Champions League group stage for the first time in 16 years, leaving the Italians counting the cost of their premature exit.

Football: United smash British record by signing Di Maria

Football: United smash British record by signing Di Maria

Manchester United smashed the British transfer record when they signed Argentina winger Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid for £59.7 million ($NZ118.7 million).

Football: Balotelli completes move to Liverpool

Football: Balotelli completes move to Liverpool

Italy striker Mario Balotelli has joined Liverpool from AC Milan on a "long-term" deal, the Premier League club says.

Football: Man City sound warning with win over Liverpool

Football: Man City sound warning with win over Liverpool

A Stevan Jovetic double and a third to Sergio Aguero helped Manchester City send out an ominous warning to those with designs on their Premier League crown, routing Liverpool 3-1 in the first heavyweight clash of the new season.

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