Otago Daily Times: Soccer News

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.

Football: Sluggish Man United held by Sunderland

Football: Sluggish Man United held by Sunderland

Manchester United laboured to a ponderous 1-1 draw at Sunderland that delivered a first Premier League point for Louis van Gaal but laid bare their dire need for reinforcements and exposed frailties at both ends of the pitch.

Football: Caversham secures title

Football: Caversham secures title

Caversham collected its 12th FootballSouth Premier League title in 14 seasons when it edged past Roslyn-Wakari 2-1 at Ellis Park on Saturday.

Football: Former Chelsea playmaker has cancer

Football: Former Chelsea playmaker has cancer

Former Chelsea and Arsenal playmaker Alan Hudson, who almost lost his life 17 years ago when he was hit by a car, has been diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Football: League title there for Cavvy to take

Football: League title there for Cavvy to take

Caversham will have its after-match beverages on the sideline ready to celebrate the league title if it beats host Roslyn Wakari at Ellis Park today in the side's final match of the season.

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