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Swansea City
Manchester City
0
4
FT
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Liverpool
West Bromwich Albion
0
0
FT
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Manchester United
AFC Bournemouth
1
0
FT
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Tottenham Hotspur
Brighton & Hove Albion
2
0
FT
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West Ham United
Arsenal
0
0
FT
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Al-Jazira
Real Madrid
1
2
FT
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Bayern Munich
FC Cologne
1
0
FT
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AC Milan
Hellas Verona
3
0
FT
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Strasbourg
Paris Saint-Germain
2
4
FT
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Celtic
Hamilton Academical
3
1
FT
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Hibernian
Rangers
1
2
FT
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Flamengo
Independiente
1
1
FT
Leg 2Aggregate: 2 - 3
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Torquay UnitedTorquay United
GatesheadGateshead
1
1
FT
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Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
Chester FCChester FC
2
2
FT
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BarrowBarrow
HalifaxHalifax
0
0
FT
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Tranmere RoversTranmere Rovers
Forest Green RoversForest Green Rovers
1
3
FT
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Aldershot TownAldershot Town
Tranmere RoversTranmere Rovers
0
3
FT
Leg 1
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BromleyBromley
GuiseleyGuiseley
1
1
FT
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Aldershot TownAldershot Town
Sutton UnitedSutton United
2
0
FT
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WokingWoking
Tranmere RoversTranmere Rovers
0
3
FT
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DoverDover
York CityYork City
2
2
FT
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Torquay United 1-1 Gateshead

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GatesheadGateshead
1
1
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The 15 official Gateshead fans that made the mammoth 774-mile round-trip to Torquay were subjected to their side conceding a last-minute goal in a 1-1 draw.

With the game brought forward from next weekend at the request of the north-east side, less than a coachload of supporters watched on as Jordan Preston's first-half goal was cancelled out in the 90th minute by Sean McGinty.

The official away attendance was given as 15, but there appeared to be more than 20 in the away end, according to a picture...

Leyton Orient 2-2 Chester FC

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Chester FCChester FC
2
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Ten-man Leyton Orient battled back to earn a point in a 2-2 home draw with fellow strugglers Chester.

Things started well for Orient, who are now without a win in 13 league matches, when Macauley Bonne headed them into the lead after six minutes.

However, Chester were level 10 minutes later in controversial fashion when James Akintunde's effort was deemed to have crossed the line.

Ross Hannah's free-kick put the visitors in front just before half-time and things got worse for Orient in the 44th minute...

 By PA Sport

Discrimination in English football rises again - Kick It Out report

Kick It Out campaign
Kick It Out has said there is 'still significant work to be done.'

Reports of discrimination in English football have risen for a fifth consecutive season, equality and inclusion organisation Kick It Out has said.

The group received 469 reports of discrimination last season compared to 402 in 2015-16, equating to an increase of 16.7 percent.

Race accounted for 48 percent of those reports in 2016-17, with 21 percent related to anti-gay discrimination and 17 percent to do with faith.

The reports of discrimination came from Premier League, English Football League...

Barrow 0-0 Halifax

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HalifaxHalifax
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Barrow and FC Halifax played out a goalless draw in their Vanarama National League clash at Holker Street.

Both sides had lost their opening fixture, so were looking to produce a positive response.

Midfielder Asa Hall sent an early chance over for the hosts before Jordan White was just off-target with a free-kick, but Halifax then went close as Connor Oliver hit the crossbar.

In the second half, Barrow substitute Dan Cockerline saw an effort saved just after coming on and Liam Hughes had his shot pushed...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Former Man United player Chris Casper joins Class of '92 at Salford City

Chris Casper in action for Manchester United's youth team in 1993.

A sixth member of Manchester United's Class of '92 has joined Salford City as their sporting director, according to the Daily Mirror.

Chris Casper, 42, has been appointed to the role by joint-owners Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Gary and Phil Neville to lead Academy '92, a new youth development programme at the National League North club.

Casper was forced to retire from professional football at the age of 24, but has managed Bury and also worked for Bradford City and Grimsby Town.

The...