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Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey to miss Wales' opening World Cup qualifier

ESPN's Mark Donaldson presents the latest edition of The Sweeper, but what has Aaron Ramsey done to his hair?
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Wales manager Chris Coleman has confirmed that injured Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey will miss the country's opening World Cup qualifier next month.

Ramsey was left out of Coleman's squad for the Sept. 5 match against Moldova after injuring his hamstring in the Gunners' season-opening loss to Liverpool on Aug. 14.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said last week the injury was only minor and that the midfielder is expected back after the international break.

His injury is a blow to Wales, though,...

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Great Britain to hold talks on entering football team at 2020 Olympics

Michael Eaves reports from Rio, where Brazil won their first Olympic gold medal for soccer, on how the country has reacted.

Great Britain could again take part in the football tournament at the next Olympic Games in 2020, according to British Olympic Association chief executive Bill Sweeney.

Britain made an exception when entering men's and women's teams for the 2012 Olympics in London after having ceased to compete in the tournament after 1974, when rules were changed to allow professionals to take part.

Despite the English FA having been keen to see Team GB represented in the football tournament at the Rio Olympics...

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Everton's Ashley Williams eyeing Champions League, World Cup chance

Ashley Williams joins Everton for a reported 12 million pound deal.
Ronald Koeman expresses his delight at signing Yannick Bolasie, calling him one of the Premier League's best wingers.

After leading Wales to an improbable semifinals run at Euro 2016 this summer, Ashley Williams has targeted further experiences at the top of the sport.

The 31-year-old defender captained the side that qualified for the country's first major tournament since 1958, and said the experience has changed the way he looks at football now.

"I do look at football a little differently now having gone to the tournament and having gone so deep into it," Williams told the Telegraph. "Seeing players and what...

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Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey out for rest of month with injury - reports

Former Arsenal and Liverpool men Paul Mariner and Steve Nicol debate Wenger's personnel decisions in the loss on Sunday.

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is set to miss his side's next two Premier League matches with a hamstring injury, according to British newspaper reports.

Ramsey, 25, suffered the problem in the second half of Arsenal's 4-3 loss to Liverpool on Sunday, adding to manager Arsene Wenger's injury concerns.

Wenger is without defender Per Mertesacker and striker Danny Welbeck for the long-term while Jack Wilshere and Gabriel Paulista are also sidelined.

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The Times and The Daily Telegraph report that Ramsey...

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Ryan Giggs wants his 'own team,' refutes links to Coleman's Wales job

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Ryan Giggs took temporary charge of Manchester United following David Moyes' departure.

Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has reiterated his desire to break into management and have his "own team," but will not entertain thoughts of replacing Chris Coleman as Wales national team boss for now.

Giggs, 42, left United after Jose Mourinho's arrival, having spent the last couple of seasons as assistant coach to David Moyes and Louis van Gaal.

Mourinho reportedly offered Giggs a role within the club, but not as his assistant, and having been seen as the successor to Van Gaal's job, Giggs...