Bale hits out at "coward" Adam

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Tottenham winger Gareth Bale has labelled Charlie Adam "a coward" after being left on crutches by a tackle from the Liverpool midfielder in Saturday's goalless friendly draw in Baltimore.

Roberto Mancini admits Robin van Persie has a difficult decision to make about his future with Manchester City, Manchester United and Juventus all battling for his coveted signature.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has ruled out midfielder Jack Wilshere until October due to his ongoing injury problems.

Chelsea chief executive Ron Gourlay says the club are still in the market for more new signings before the close of the transfer window.

Brendan Rodgers has played down talk of Andy Carroll leaving Liverpool, and says he has no knowledge of any bids for the striker.

Two goals in three minutes gave Team GB a 3-1 win over the United Arab Emirates, and put Stuart Pearce's men within touching distance of the Olympic quarter-finals.

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