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 By Paul Murphy

Kiatisuk meets with Vietnam officials, linked to vacant head coaching job

Ex-Thailand boss Kiatisuk Senamuang is struggling since taking charge of Port FC.

Former Thailand head coach Kiatisuk "Zico" Senumuang has again been linked with the vacant position of Vietnam head coach after meeting officials from the country at the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) conference in Indonesia.

Kiatisuk quit his role at Thai League (T1) club Port FC on Wednesday after just one win his 10 T1 games in charge. This was the Thailand legend's second resignation in six months, having stepped down as head coach of the national team in April.

After lasting less than three...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Toronto suffers late loss at Revolution; D.C.'s Patrick Mullins scores four goals

Kei Kamara proved the winner in New England and Toronto's late back-and-forth goal exchange.

Toronto FC missed a chance to secure the MLS Supporters' Shield on Saturday, falling 2-1 to the New England Revolution.

Needing a victory to claim the trophy for best regular-season record for the first time in club history, Toronto quickly answered New England's 82nd-minute opener, only for Kei Kamara to net the winner in the 87th.

With Toronto again resting stars Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore, it was largely a drab affair until Lee Nguyen found the breakthrough with a deflected shot for...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Michael Sablon says Singapore can't worry about 11-0 U16 loss to Japan

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down Singapore and Malaysia's recent poor home outing in the Asian Cup.

Singapore football's technical director Michael Sablon insists that four or five years are needed for Singapore's youth teams to show improvements after dismal recent results at U15, U18 and U22 levels.

The U22 side failed to make the last four of the Southeast Asia (SEA) Games in Kuala Lumpur last month, losing to both Myanmar and Malaysia.

And Friday's 11-0 defeat to Japan in a qualification match for next year's AFC U16 championship followed a 6-1 thumping by Malaysia, suggesting that the standard...

 By PA Sport

Burnley's Sean Dyche wants increased punishments for diving

Sean Dyche elaborates on how Burnley were just aggressive enough to control the game, but stay solid defensively.

Burnley boss Sean Dyche called for a review of diving protocols after Huddersfield's Rajiv van La Parra took an "unacceptable" tumble in pursuit of a penalty.

Both sides walked away with a point after gritting their teeth for a goalless draw at Turf Moor but the Terriers might have won it had referee Christopher Kavanagh been taken in when Van La Parra hit the turf after instigating contact with Matt Lowton.

Town boss David Wagner accepted the Dutchman was deserving of both his booking and a fine,...

Girona man-marking Lionel Messi helped Barca win - Ernesto Valverde

Barcelona maintained their perfect to start the season with the help of two own goals to down Girona 3-0.

GIRONA -- Lionel Messi endured a frustrating night as he was man-marked by on-loan Manchester City defender Pablo Maffeo in Barcelona's 3-0 win over Girona, but his manager Ernesto Valverde believes the tactic helped the rest of the team.

Messi had scored nine goals in five league games going into Saturday's first-ever top flight meeting between the two Catalan sides, but he was unable to add to his tally in front of a sell out crowd at Montilivi.

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Peter Bosz: Dortmund are more than just two in-form strikers

Borussia Dortmund turned on all their style at home, crushing Monchengladbach 6-1, with Aubameyang earning a hat-trick.
Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar debate whether Christian Pulisic can win the prestigious Golden Boy award.

Borussia Dortmund coach Peter Bosz said his side are more than just a pair of strikers after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Maximilian Philipp combined for five goals in a 6-1 rout of Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday.

The in-form pair have now scored 10 of the 14 goals Dortmund have plundered in their last three games, but Bosz said the credit should be spread throughout the team.

"Across the course of the match it was really a lot of fun to watch Dortmund play. The team should...