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Hamburg fans' Will Grigg petition

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 By Chris Wright

Ronaldinho shows he's still got it with fantastic no-look pass

Having been relegated from the top tier at the end of last season, Peruvian side Cienciano staged a special friendly match against Sporting Cristal on Wednesday night to help bolster morale ahead of next season's push to return to the big time.

Just to add a bit of extra glamour to proceedings, Cienciano invited a two-time World Player of the Year along to take part in the shape of Ronaldinho, who flew in especially for the game.

Ronaldinho started the match and played for 70 minutes before being...

Will Grigg's on fire, Hamburg fans are mobilised

Will Grigg is a man in demand despite not playing at Euro 2016.

Hamburg fans have launched a petition to sign Northern Ireland attacker Will Grigg after the striker became one of the stars of Euro 2016 -- without playing a minute of football.

Wigan Athletic striker Grigg remained on the bench throughout Northern Ireland's passage into the round of 16, where they were narrowly beaten by Wales. Upon the national team's return to Northern Ireland, Grigg received a hero's welcome by the fans in Belfast, who used the opportunity to sing the "Will Grigg's On Fire"...

 By Chris Wright

Olympic champion's brave pledge if Iceland win Euro 2016

Iceland have been one of the stories of Euro 2016.

A French swimmer has vowed to brave the freezing Nordic waters and swim around Iceland should they go on to emerge victorious at Euro 2016.

After watching them dispatch England in the round of 16 with relative ease, Olympic freestyle champion Yannick Agnel joked that he'd embark on the epic 2,000 km swim if Lars Lagerback's men end up going all the way in France this summer.

As one Twitter user calculated, it would take Agnel roughly 28 days to swim around Iceland, assuming he managed a steady pace...

 By Mark Worrall

Michy Batshuayi to Chelsea a further boost to Antonio Conte's prospects

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop discusses Michy Batshuayi's potential move to Chelsea.

Chelsea fans have been buoyed by what has transpired at Euro 2016.

Incoming boss Antonio Conte's passionate and tactically shrewd management style has seen his initially unfancied Italy side cruise into the last eight. A clash with World Cup winners Germany will sort out the men from the boys, however, and while Joachim Low's team go into the game as favourites, nobody would be surprised if Conte and the Azzurri prevailed.

Irrespective of the outcome, Conte has displayed enough qualities to win...

Portugal manager Fernando Santos seeks the ideal formula versus Poland

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Steve Nicol give their predictions on Poland's quarterfinal clash with Portugal.
It's Robert Lewandowski's time to shine as Poland prepare to take on CR7 and Portugal in the Euro 2016 quarterfinals.
ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Steve Nicol predict the Euro 2016 quarterfinal fixtures.
Relive the epic heartache, late victories and historic feats that led up to Euro 2016's quarterfinals.

PARIS -- Portugal manager Fernando Santos has a problem. Of all the Euro 2016 quarterfinalists, his team is the only one not to put together a signature 90 minutes thus far.

Germany, Italy, Iceland, Belgium and Wales have enjoyed resounding wins. France, despite inconsistency, have had the emotional oomph of a come-from-behind victory (and a devastating one, at that, against Republic of Ireland). Poland can always go back to the group stage and the way they battled mighty Germany to a standstill...

 By Jason Dasey

Man City's Aaron Mooy can thank A-League for transforming his career

ESPN FC'S Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts address the rumours surrounding Tim Cahill and if a move back to Australia is imminent.

Australian midfielder Aaron Mooy
Aaron Mooy has quickly become the most important midfielder in the Australian national team.

Aaron Mooy's three-year contract with Manchester City proves there can be a second chance for Australian players in Europe and that the A-League has become a springboard for emerging talent rather than a football backwater.

Mooy moves to the Sky Blues from their sister club, Melbourne City, just a couple of months before his 26th birthday, and almost a decade after his failed, first attempt to play in Britain.

After four years at Bolton Wanderers, starting at their youth academy and not appearing...