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Gerard Deulofeu shone for Spain Under-21s and has been likened to a young Cristiano Ronaldo

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Albania has refused a US request to be the location that hosts the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons, dealing a blow to a US-Russian accord to eliminate arms from the country's protracted civil war.

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Mark Pritchard, a prominent Conservative MP, has reported himself to the parliamentary standards watchdog after being caught in a newspaper sting operation seemingly offering to use his political contacts to secure highly lucrative business deals.

Adnan Januzaj celebrates scoring for Manchester United during their pre-season friendly against Kitchee FC

Football's not coming home: Pride in the national game has floundered beyond belief

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The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 9 October 2013

Januzaj must not play for England, insists Wilshere

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Indyplus questions: How exactly do you pronounce the Manchester United youngster's surname correctly?

The Manchester United winger stole the headlines on Saturday with his two goals against Sunderland, but there has been some debate on the pronunciation of his surname

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Januzaj, Yanuzai, Jezebel? How exactly do you pronounce the Manchester United youngster's surname correctly?

The Manchester United winger stole the headlines on Saturday with his two goals against Sunderland, but there has been some debate on the pronunciation of his surname

Former Prime Minister, Tony Blair, will help Albania join the EU

Albania's new Socialist premier Edi Rama said that Mr Blair would be “personally, totally and voluntarily” advising the Albanian government

Adnan Januzaj cost United £500,000 from Anderlecht

Adnan Januzaj flair invokes the spirit of George Best at Manchester United - a welcome foil to Ashley Young's diving

Moyes gives the frail United youngster his league debut 50 years after legend’s first game

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