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Shanghai Shenhua's Carlos Tevez defends visit to Disneyland

Plenty of reaction from the Real Madrid-Bayern thriller, Paul Pogba shares his Mancunian accent and more in The Sweeper.
Shanghai Shenhua striker Carlos Tevez
Carlos Tevez has made a mixed start to life at Shanghai Shenhua in China.

Carlos Tevez has defended his decision to visit Disneyland after injury ruled him out of Shanghai Shenhua's visit to Changchun Yatai in the Chinese Super League last weekend.

Tevez, who suffered a calf injury in training, was photographed with his family at the theme park as Gus Poyet's team were travelling to Jilin province for the game, which they won 3-2 thanks to a late goal from Giovani Moreno.

"I heard about reports of [criticism of] my visit to Disneyland with my family," he told the Chinese...

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Boca Juniors target summer Shanghai Shenhua buy-back for Carlos Tevez

Carlos Tevez scored his first goal since moving to the Chinese Super League.
Carlos Tevez has made a mixed start to life at Shanghai Shenhua in China.

Boca Juniors president Daniel Angelici has said he will travel to China in August to negotiate a buy-back for Shanghai Shenhua player Carlos Tevez.

The former Manchester United and Manchester City striker returned to his boyhood club in July of 2015 after two seasons at Juventus, but said that the pressures of playing for Boca were too great and left for the Chinese Super League club last December for what was initially said to be a world-high contract.

Now, his commitment to Shenhua is being questioned...

Belgrano fan declared brain dead after stadium fall

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- An Argentine fan has been declared brain dead after he was chased down the terraces of a stadium and allegedly thrown from the bleachers.

The Emergency Hospital in Cordoba said Emanuel Balbo remains on a ventilator. But the hospital's head of surgery tells local Todo Noticias channel on Monday that Balbo will not recover.

Balbo was beaten by other fans on Saturday during the derby in Cordoba between Belgrano and Talleres that ended 1-1.

The Argentina FA issued a statement...

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Boca Juniors' Rodrigo Bentancur having Juventus medical

Gab Marcotti believes that if Juventus win Serie A this season, it will be thanks to road results like they got at Napoli.
Gab Marcotti assesses the current state of Serie A, and how Roma could possibly make a run at Juventus for the title.
League leading Juventus started hot with an early goal, until Marek Hamsik's superb second-half equaliser ended things 1-1.

Juventus have confirmed that Rodrigo Bentancur is having a medical ahead of a move from Boca Juniors.

Bentancur, 19, is expected to join in the summer ahead of the 2017-18 season after Juve took out a €9.4 million buying right when Carlos Tevez left to join Boca.

Juventus said in a statement on their official website: "Rodrigo Bentancur arrived at J-Medical this afternoon. The Uruguayan midfielder is carrying out routine tests ahead of a proposed move to Juventus from Boca Juniors."

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos would not score much in Argentina - Riquelme

The guys answer your tweets about Sergio Ramos, the potential of St. Totteringham's Day, Barca-PSG and Minnesota United.
The FC crew discuss Sergio Ramos' value to Real Madrid after another clutch goal from the defender against Real Betis.
Sergio Ramos came through with another late goal to propel Real Madrid back to the summit in La Liga.

Former Barcelona playmaker Juan Roman Riquelme says that current Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos would not score so many headers were he playing in South America, as defenders there would not allow him the freedom he gets in Europe.

The latest addition to Ramos' personal catalogue of dramatic late headed goals came in Sunday's La Liga clash with Real Betis at the Bernabeu, when he arrived free six yards out to meet Toni Kroos' corner and complete a 2-1 victory which returned his team to the top...