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Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann admitted that a failure to take chances was endangering their shot at making the Champions League knockout stages, after Diego Simeone’s side could only draw 0-0 at 10-man Qarabag on Wednesday.

Yannick Carrasco and Griezmann both missed clear chances during a sluggish first-half performance.

Things did not improve after the break, even when the Azerbaijan champions’ centre-forward Dino Ndlovu was shown a second yellow card for diving when the referee could easily have awarded a penalty instead.

Against 10 men for the last 20 minutes, their best chance was the header substitute Fernando Torres sent over the crossbar from four yards out, and the stalemate means the 2014 and 2016 Champions League semifinalists have just one goal and two points from their opening three group games.

“They were strong and we found it hard to a score,” Griezmann told beIN Sports. “We forwards must improve and find the solution to score more goals.

“We knew it was going to be difficult, that they would sit back. We had a few chances but we didn’t take them. We are still strong from the back, and making chances, but it is us. Forwards can go on runs like this, but we must remain confident in ourselves.”

Atletico could well need to win their last three games — Qarabag (home), Roma (home) and Chelsea (away) — to have a chance to progress.

“We will try to win them all, and then see what happens,” the France international said.

Atletico have only scored with one of their 44 shots in their first three Champions League games this season, and that came from the penalty spot.

Simeone told beIN Sports: “In this sport, taking your chances is what most counts.

“We had two or three one-on-one chances with their keeper in the first half but could not take them. In the second half, maybe the necessity to win meant we did not have enough clarity to create opportunities.

“[Qarabag] did well defensively and deserved their draw.”

However, he added: “I believe absolutely in this team and know what they are capable of. Things can change from one game to the next.”

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Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny believes he failed to develop at the Emirates because of less sophisticated coaching in the Premier League.

Szczesny, who joined defending Serie A champions Juventus in the summer, spent the majority of his career at Arsenal before being loaned to Roma for two years from 2015.

At Roma, he became the club’s No. 1 keeper under manager Luciano Spalletti, and the 27-year-old Poland international told The Independent there is a stark difference between the level of coaching in the Premier League and Serie A.

“I think in general, the coaches in Italy are much more tactical, that’s just how the league works,” Szczesny said. “Whether it was [Luciano] Spalletti at Roma or Max Allegri here, the preparation for the game is different to what I was used to in England.

“You work on the shape of the team for a particular match all week. At Arsenal you’d just prepare physically for it but here you watch film analysing a specific opponent before the game and afterwards we’ll watch again to see what worked and what didn’t.

“I enjoyed working with some great coaches at Arsenal, Roma and here, but the goalkeeping school in Italy is very different, it’s very technical and pays more attention to the details.

“It’s really made a difference for me because I started playing at a very young age with Arsenal and as you play you gain experience and that’s how you grow.

“But, honestly, I couldn’t say from a technical standpoint that I improved in any way from when I became first-choice at Arsenal until the day I left for Roma.

“However, in the two-and-a-half years since I came to Italy, I’ve improved massively which is thanks to the coaches and the way they work. It’s not about improving when you play, it’s every day in training you have to work on every aspect of your game and that’s something I’ve really enjoyed.”

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United States captain Michael Bradley said no single result led to the national team’s failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, while believing he and his teammates “have nobody to blame but ourselves.”

Tuesday night’s 2-1 loss to Trinidad and Tobago left the Americans outside of the qualifying positions in the final CONCACAF Hexagonal round by a single point after 10 games.

“You can go around in circles a million times over again but the reality is it was all there for us, and we have nobody to blame but ourselves,” Bradley said.

The U.S. fired Jurgen Klinsmann last November after the national team lost its first two games in the Hex — at home against Mexico and away to Costa Rica.

But Bruce Arena only managed a draw in Panama in his second game in charge in March, and ultimately managed a record of three wins, three draws and two defeats in the rest of the qualifiers.

And Bradley could not place the blame U.S.’s failure to qualify on any particular result over in the Hex.

“It’s not the easiest time to make bigger-picture analysis,” he said. “Obviously we put ourselves right behind the eight-ball with our start, losing the first two games.

“We came back in a strong way in March, even through — I mean, look, you never complain about points on the road, but there was probably more there for us in Panama.

“June, all things considered you say great, you take your four points, and then obviously given the way we started there’s not much margin for error and when you lose to Costa Rica at home then the margin is virtually gone. And it was.

“We responded in a strong way in Hondruas [a 1-1 draw], we responded in Orlando against Panama in a big win and came into the last matchday with everything in our own hands. That was all we could ask for.”

ESPN FC’s Sam Borden spoke briefly to Klinsmann by phone after Tuesday’s results, but the former U.S. coach declined to comment.

“Yes, I watched, but I don’t want to give any comments right now. It wouldn’t be right,” Klinsmann said.

Before Tuesday’s games, the U.S. appeared likely to secure at least a spot in the intercontinental playoff against Australia with a draw. But the stunning loss, combined with wins from Panama and Honduras on the final matchday, combined to leave Arena’s team on the outside looking in.

An Omar Gonzalez own goal and a spectacular strike from Alvin Jones had T&T leading 2-0 at halftime, but Christian Pulisic clawed one back for the U.S. early in the second half to give his team hope of securing at least a point from a draw. But the equalizing goal never came.

One goal proved to be the difference, as even a draw would have been enough for the U.S. to automatically qualify. And Gonzalez said his own goal, which put the U.S. behind on the night, would stay with him for the rest of his life.

“The player hit an early cross and I went to clear it. He touched it first and it hit off my shin and it happened to go right over [U.S. goalkeeper] Tim Howard,” Gonzalez said. “One of the most unlucky goals ever, I think, for myself, and it’s one that will haunt me forever.

The massive slip-up by the U.S. means the team will miss out on its first World Cup since not qualifying for the 1986 edition in Mexico.

“I never thought that I’d see this day,” Gonzalez said. “Like I said in Spanish, it’s the worst day of my career. I’m extremely sad right now; I don’t even know how to put it into words what I’m feeling. What was supposed to be a celebration is now … I don’t even know what to say. It’s terrible.

“When I look over at the bench and everyone was sitting down, I could just see from the looks on their faces that it wasn’t good. I just want to say sorry to the fans, all the U.S. fans that were pulling for us, that wanted to go to Russia and believed in us. We let down an entire nation today.”

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Paris Saint-Germain are ready to inflict further misery on Barcelona by entering the race to sign Liverpool ace Philippe Coutinho at the end of the season, reports SPORT.

Barcelona had several bids for Coutinho in excess of £100m rejected by Liverpool over the summer, even though the Brazil international handed in a transfer request to force through a move.

It remains to be seen whether Barcelona will reignite their pursuit of the Liverpool midfielder at the end of the season, but they could now expect fierce competition from PSG.

Unai Emery’s side signed Neymar from Barcelona over the summer for a world record £193m fee and the 25-year-old has reportedly recommended his international team-mate to PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.

After missing the start of the season, Coutinho is starting to reach his best form. The 25-year-old has scored in each of his last three appearances for Liverpool and each strike was from outside of the box.

In fact, in the last three Premier League campaigns, Coutinho has scored at least three more goals from outside the box than any other player .

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Tottenham attacker Harry Kane shocked the world of football when he refused to rule out a potential move to the Spanish league in the future. While it’s true that Real Madrid weren’t mentioned specifically, some fans got hyped about the possibility of signing the striker and even some reports suggested that Los Blancos could be targeting Kane in the near future. Should Real Madrid go after him?
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Harry Kane is still 24 years old and yet he’s playing like he already reached his prime. He’s scored 11 goals over 9 matches played this season and it’s clear that his firepower could be used in Madrid, who are missing a pure attacking threat whenever Cristiano Ronaldo isn’t available.

Kane can also finish crosses and Real Madrid tend to play that way quite often, meaning that he would fit right in in the team’s current playing style.
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Kane has always played British football and La Liga is very different from the Premier League in terms of pace and spacing. Kane has good technique on the ball and yet some could wonder if he would struggle in Spain because he would have less room to operate.

Karim Benzema has just signed a contract extension with the club and it’s clear that Real Madrid would not make such an expensive move for Kane unless he was going to be the starter, so his role would not be clear from the get go.

Furthermore, negotiating with Tottenham can be quite problematic as Florentino Perez saw two consecutive summers when the club signed Luka Modric and Gareth Bale away from the London-based club. The Premier League is rich now and Tottenham would not sell Kane for less than €100 million.
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Real Madrid could use a pure goalscorer like Kane and he is a quality player, no doubt about that. However, this move is not likely to happen and Los Blancos should look elsewhere if they need goals off the bench.

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Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.

Here are today’s top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Christian Pulisic to Arsenal

Arsenal have joined the race for Borussia Dortmund playmaker Pulisic, who is attracting interest from some of Europe’s biggest clubs. The 19-year-old has been in impressive form this season, helping Dortmund to the top of the Bundesliga after six games, scoring two goals and notching one assist. The Gunners would likely face competition from Liverpool and Real Madrid, who are both thought to have expressed an interest in the USA international.

Raul Jimenez to Everton

Benfica striker Jimenez is the latest player to be linked with Everton as Ronald Koeman’s search for Romelu Lukaku’s replacement continues. The 26-year-old Mexican has impressed for the Portuguese club and although they are said to be willing to listen to offers, he would likely cost in the region of £44 million. According to the Liverpool Echo, Everton missed out on Jimenez in the summer. He is yet to score in the league this season in seven appearances, but scored 11 in 32 games during the last campaign.

Andre Ayew to Inter Milan

Inter are plotting a move for West Ham forward Ayew, according to reports in Italy. Inter boss Luciano Spalletti is thought to be an admirer of the Ghana international, having tried to sign him while in charge of Roma. Ayew signed for the club from Swansea City in 2016 for a then club record fee of £20.5m, but has only managed eight goals in 34 appearances and has found starts hard to come by following the arrival of Marko Arnautovic.

Radja Nainggolan to Manchester United

Jose Mourinho has reportedly sent scouts to watch Roma midfielder Nainggolan as he looks to sign a long-term replacement for Michael Carrick. According to The Sun, Mourinho is a fan of the Belgium international and admires his box-to-box abilities. Mourinho is also said to have been interested in a scouting report on Atletico Madrid’s Saul Niguez, but Roma’s tenacious 29-year-old is the key focus. Nainggolan scored 11 goals and assisted five last season for Roma.

Joao Mario to Arsenal

Inter Milan winger Mario is a target for Arsenal but will not be allowed to join in a swap deal for Barcelona target Mesut Ozil, according to Calciomercatoweb. The Portugal international, who was part of their triumphant Euro 2016 campaign, joined Inter in 2016 from Sporting Lisbon and would be a solid addition to Arsene Wenger’s ranks at the Emirates, offering speed and creativity from a wide position. However, according to the report, Inter have blocked a potential swap deal as they are not keen on Ozil, whose contract at Arsenal expires next summer.

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The head of Russian football’s security committee has warned Manchester United and Liverpool supporters against causing trouble at the clubs’ Champions League matches in Moscow this week, saying they could face “a long stay” in the country for any incidents.

Liverpool will face Spartak Moscow in the clubs’ second group stage match on Tuesday, while United will take on CSKA Moscow on Wednesday, with an estimated 2,000 fans set to accompany the Premier League powers at the stadiums.

Security teams from Anfield and Old Trafford have been working with Russian authorities ahead of the visits. However, Russian Football Union chief Vladimir Markin told the Tass state news agency on Monday there will be severe punishments for any hooliganism.

He said: “I don’t want to scare anyone but I warn those who plan to come here not to support their side and see the country but to commit hooliganism: The law is the same for all, not just for Russians.

“Those who break it will face a suitable punishment, possibly in the form of a long stay in Russia, in conditions our guests won’t like.”

Russian hooligans had warned England fans back in February that they are “100 percent guaranteed” to be targeted at the 2018 World Cup.

And there were scenes of violence at Euro 2016 in France as supporters of the two countries clashed, with two England fans left in a critical condition after three days of violence in Marseille while a group of Russian fans charged at England supporters inside the Stade Velodrome.

Russia, which will stage the 2018 World Cup, hosted the Confederations Cup this summer at which security was a major focus. However, the competition went off without major incident.

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Cristiano Ronaldo could be named Best FIFA Men’s Player for the second year running after being included in the final shortlist for the 2017 award along with Lionel Messi and Neymar.

The trio had been named in an initial 24-man list of nominees last month and will now battle it out for the prize when it is handed out at the Best FIFA Football Awards ceremony on Oct. 23 in London. The award, which covers the period of Nov. 20, 2016, to July 2, 2017, is voted for by national team coaches, captains, selected media and fans.

Real Madrid star Ronaldo won the inaugural award last year and is a favourite to claim the accolade next month after a year that saw him help Madrid to a third Champions League crown in four seasons and a first La Liga title in five years, as well as the FIFA Club World Cup.

The Portugal captain scored twice as Madrid beat Juventus 4-1 in the Champions League final, while also finishing top scorer in the competition with 12 goals.

Ronaldo faces competition from long-time rival Lionel Messi, who finished as La Liga’s top scorer with 37 goals — 12 ahead of Ronaldo — and helped Barcelona to Copa del Rey success in what was a largely disappointing season for the club.

Neymar, who finished third in the 2015 Ballon d’Or voting, is also in contention. The Brazil forward became the world’s most expensive player this summer when he left Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain in a €222 million deal.

The three finalists for The Best FIFA Goalkeeper, a new award this year, are Juventus’ Gianluigi Buffon, Real Madrid’s Keylor Navas and Bayern Munich’s Manuel Neuer.

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is favoured to be named Best FIFA Men’s Coach after being included the final shortlist for the 2017 award along with Juventus’ Massimiliano Allegri and Chelsea’s Antonio Conte.

United States midfielder Carli Lloyd will look to retain her title as Best FIFA Women’s Player as she was named alongside Venezuela’s Deyna Castellanos and Netherlands’ Lieke Martens.

The nominees for The Best FIFA Women’s Coach are Denmark’s Nils Nielsen, France’s Gerard Precheur and Netherlands’ Sarina Wiegman.

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Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos says he and his teammates must “take a good look in the mirror” following their latest disappointing display at the Santiago Bernabeu.

The Spanish champions lost 1-0 at home to Real Betis in La Liga on Wednesday to fall seven points adrift of leaders Barcelona just five games into the season.

Madrid, who also drew 2-2 at home with Valencia and 1-1 with Levante, have yet to win in La Liga in front of their own fans this season.

“This is the reality and nothing changes that,” Ramos told Onda Cero. “It’s a bad start, a worrying one, alarming to start like this at home.”

Madrid had not lost at the Bernabeu to Betis since October 1998 before Wednesday’s result.

Ramos added: “We haven’t won against rivals that in the past we would have beaten. We have to take a good look in the mirror and know that we must improve what we are doing, especially at home.

“We are the same players that won titles [La Liga and Champions League] a few months ago and we just have to believe in ourselves and be united. We have a good squad, we need to believe in ourselves. We are going to come out of this.”

Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said after the game that his team are lacking the finishing touch when playing at home.

“We’re not playing badly, but struggling to score at home,” he said. “We had chances but could not convert. If we score that first one then the game is ours. We’re scoring more goals away from home and playing better. We need to change things at home, for sure.”

Madrid had Cristiano Ronaldo back on Wednesday after a five-match domestic ban and had a chance to set a new world record of scoring in 74 consecutive games.

They created 27 chances, seven of which were on target, yet they were unable to find a way past Betis goalkeeper Antonio Adan.

“Hopefully it’s just a case of just missing the target and nothing else,” Ramos said. “The ball didn’t want to go in. We generated chances and perhaps in another game we would have won by a big margin.

“This is just a chapter that we have to turn but the book is a long one and we need to look ahead.”

Madrid play away at Alaves on Saturday in La Liga and return to the Bernabeu on Oct. 1 when they host Espanyol.

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Francesco Totti has started studying for his coaching badges by joining a UEFA B Licence course in Rome on Monday.

The 40-year-old, who brought an end to his 25-year playing career — all spent with Roma — at the end of last season, has started a seven-week course which, together with around 50 other budding coaches, will involve 144 contact hours leading up to an exam in December.

Should he successfully obtain his preliminary coaching badge, Totti would be qualified to coach a club up to Italy’s fourth division, or a youth team. He could also continue to study for an A Licence and UEFA Pro Licence should he harbour ambitions of coaching Roma’s first team one day.

Totti will attend the course at Roma’s Trigoria training centre, where he is already working on a daily basis as a club director, lending his experience to the club’s pursuit of a first Serie A title since 2001.

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They face stiff competition for that objective this season, though, according to midfielder Kevin Strootman.

“It’s going to be a tough, even Serie A,” he said in a Q&A session on Roma’s Facebook page. “There are Napoli, Juventus, [AC] Milan, Roma, Lazio and Inter [Milan], and I think it is going to be a very difficult year, but let’s talk about it again in three months. It’s hard to judge now because the season has only just started.”

Roma are currently eighth with two wins and a defeat from their first three games of the season, although they have a game in hand since their trip to Sampdoria 10 days ago was postponed.

Strootman is, therefore, still optimistic about Roma’s chances and happy to be part of a midfield alongside a player he describes as one of the game’s elite.

“[Radja] Nainggolan is one of the best midfielders in the world,” he said. “He can score and he can defend — he can do everything. It’s special to play with him and he could play in any club in Europe so we’re all delighted that he stayed with us. I’ve got a great relationship with him both on and off the field.

“I’ve experienced many special moments since arriving here, both positive and negative. The city is beautiful and if I get one or two free days, I stay here rather than go back to Holland. This club and the city are special for me.”