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1 Player AC Milan Will Regret Not Signing in 2015 Summer Transfer Window

Claudio Villa - Inter/Getty Images Milan thought Geoffrey Kondogbia was their player before Inter swooped in. The summer transfer window is over, and for AC Milan, the wheeling and dealing is finally done. The Rossoneri made a lot of acquisitions this summer, but they also had several high-profile misses. Milanisti aren't used to not getting a player when their club sets its eyes on him. Those failures are yet another sign the club still has a long way to go. But for all the misses of players such as Jackson Martinez, Axel Witsel and Roberto Soriano, one player will eventually be thought of as the biggest of the ones who got away: Geoffrey Kondogbia. Kondogbia was identified as a target before the transfer window even opened. In the flurry of negotiations that characterize the month between the end of the real season and the start of silly season, co-vice president and transfer chief Adriano Galliani negotiated with Monaco for the midfielder, as well as with Porto for Jackson Martinez. It looked as though Milan had secured both of them. As Galliani later told La Gazzetta dello Sport (h/t ESPN FC) the club considered the deal with Kondogbia to be sealed. Then, days later, both moves fell through. Martinez joined Atletico Madrid. What happened with Kondogbia was even worse. Not only did the young France international spurn the Rossoneri, he went to the one club Milan fans despise more than any other: Inter. Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Kongobia got noticed in the Champ...  

Global Markets Bounce Back

Global markets were broadly higher Thursday, ahead of the European Central Bank’s regular monetary policy meeting and a closely watched jobs report out of the U.S. later in the week. Stock and commodity markets around the world have been rocked over the past month, largely as a result of fears relating to a slowdown in China’s economy.... ...  

Marco Reus Injury: Updates on Borussia Dortmund Star's Toe and Return

CHRISTOF STACHE/Getty Images Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus is set to miss out on Germany's upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers against Poland and Scotland due to a toe injury. Continue for updates. Reus Suffers Another Setback Thursday, Sept. 3 The German football association announced the news on Thursday via the national's team's official Twitter account, confirming Reus will miss both matches: BREAKING: Marco #Reus is out of #GERPOL and #SCOGER with a toe injury. Get well soon, @woodyinho! #DieMannschaft pic.twitter.com/pPECJlKFpx— Germany (@DFB_Team_EN) September 3, 2015 According to DW Sports, he suffered the problem during the match against Hertha Berlin, and it's unclear how severe the damage is. The 26-year-old forward has struggled with injuries during the past two seasons, suffering a number of serious ankle injuries that sidelined him for a significant amount of time, per Transfermarkt.co.uk. He missed out on the 2014 World Cup as a result and couldn't save Dortmund during their disastrous 2014-15 campaign, which saw Die Schwarzgelben fail to qualify for the 2015-16 Champions League. Bundesliga blogger Clark Whitney tried to see the positive side of this latest setback: Marco Reus ruled out of Germany's internationals with a toe injury. Because, of course. Hey, at least it's not his ankle this time— Clark Whitney (@Mr_Bundesliga) September 3, 2015 Reus has started the new season in fantastic form, scoring six goals across all competitions, per Who...  

Chelsea FC: Blues On International Duty

The first international break of the season is already upon us, and there are a fair few Chelsea FC players that will be representing their national sides over the next fortnight. For European teams, qualification to the finals of Euro 2016 next year is on offer, whereas players from outside the continent play a round of friendly matches. Some of our African players also have qualifying matches for the African Cup of Nations, in preparation for the finals in 2017. Below is a breakdown of all the Chelsea players who will be representing their countries, who they’re playing and when the matches kick off. All times are in BST, and all games are Euro 2016 qualifiers unless otherwise stated. England:  Chelsea players: Gary Cahill (CB) Matches: San Marino (A) Saturday 5th September (17:00), Switzerland (H) Tuesday 8th September (19:45) View image | gettyimages.com Belgium: Chelsea players: Thibaut Courtois (GK), Eden Hazard (AM) Matches: Bosnia-Hercegovina (H) Thursday 3rd September (19:45), Cyprus (A) Sunday 6th September (19:45) View image | gettyimages.com Spain: Chelsea FC players: Pedro (AM), Cesc Fabregas (CM), Cesar Azpilicueta (CB), Diego Costa (S) Matches: Slovakia (H) Saturday 5th September (19:45), Macedonia (A) Tuesday 8th September (19:45) View image | gettyimages.com Serbia: Chelsea players: Branislav Ivanovic (CB), Nemanja Matic (CM) Matches: vs Armenia (H) Friday 4th September (19:45) France (A) Monday 7th September (19:45) (Friendly...  

Iran deal will survive in Congress despite GOP opposition

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Entertainment Live: 3 September 2015

Singer Avril Lavigne has announced on social media that she and Nickelback's Chad Kroeger have separated after two years of marriage. instagram: https://instagram.com/p/7I5TTpo4M0/?taken-by=avrillavigne. The singers met in July 2012 and tied the knot ...  

Bacca becomes AC Milan's main man but San Siro still has deadwood

Milan brought in three new strikers this summer but failed to fully address their midfield. Based on the opening two games of the season, it could become a real problem for them. Both Fiorentina and Empoli have overrun them in that area of the pitch ...  

Work out to Music on Your Wrist with the New TomTom Spark

BERLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TomTom (TOM2) today launches the all-new TomTom Spark GPS Fitness Watch with integrated music player, making it easier for fitness enthusiasts to boost their training. Now users no longer have to strap a phone to their arm or worry about wires getting in the way during their workout. TomTom Spark gives them everything they need in one easy-to-use device on their wrist. 3GB of music storage on the TomTom Spark means users can now leave their smartphone at home while listening to over 500 songs* directly from their watch. The fitness watch streams music to a wide range of Bluetooth® headphones, and comes preloaded with Running Trax, a bespoke thirty minute mix of motivating, high energy, upbeat dance anthems from some of the world’s best DJs, curated by Ministry of Sound. Playlists can also be easily downloaded to TomTom Spark from iTunes or Windows Media® Player. “We know that music plays an important role when it comes to motivating and improving sports performance, but relying on a smartphone is all too often an uncomfortable experience,” says Corinne Vigreux, Managing Director, TomTom. “The unique combination of an integrated music player, built-in heart rate monitor, 24/7 activity tracking, multi-sport modes and GPS in TomTom Spark makes it easier than ever to track progress, improve overall fitness levels and ultimately get more from your workout” Steps, active minutes, distance, calories burned an...  

Clinton, Trump and the Politics of Self-Destruction

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Malaysia says boat with about 100 migrants headed to Indonesia has sunk with ...

Posted: Thursday, September 3, 2015 2:21 am | Updated: 2:45 am, Thu Sep 3, 2015. KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia says boat with about 100 migrants headed to Indonesia has sunk with fatalities. © 2015 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Posted in World on Thursday, September 3, 2015 2:21 am. Updated: 2:45 am. | Tags: General News, Accidents, Accidents And Disasters, Transportation | Location Tags: Malaysia, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia ...  


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