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# Woe

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# Woe
Fresh humiliation for Dutch football as Holland fail to qualify for 2018 World Cup
They could only beat Sweden 2-0 on Tuesday when they needed an unlikely 7-0 victory.
# Recovery
Celtic back on track after Champions League woe
French forward Moussa Dembele marked his return from a two-month injury lay-off with a superb curling strike.
# Woe
Crystal Palace make unwanted history as Davis ruins Hodgson's debut
Virgil van Dijk made his first appearance of the season from the bench, while Shane Long was given a rare start for Southampton.
# Woe
Koeman lays blame on himself for Everton's dismal Europa League display
The Dutch manager wants more commitment from his team following Thursday’s 3-0 loss.
# Woe
Watch: Paraguay stun Chile to compound Alexis Sanchez's misery
Arturo Vidal scored a spectacular headed own goal while Victor Caceres and Richard Ortiz both netted.
# Woe
Swansea star breaks arm in freak off-season accident
Fernando Llorente is expected to be fit for the start of the club’s Premier League campaign despite suffering an unfortunate injury.
# Unbelievable
You could pinpoint the moment Jeff Stelling's heart broke watching Hartlepool yesterday
The Sky Sports presenter is a die-hard supporter of the club.
# mixed emotions
Dawson double darkens Wenger's Arsenal gloom
It was the Gunners’ fourth defeat in five league games.
# Woe
Unfortunate last-minute Ciaran Clark own goal keeps Newcastle off top
The Ireland defender nodded Kazenga LuaLua’s in-swinging cross over goalkeeper Karl Darlow and into his own net.
# Woe
From joy to despair as Leicester's miserable season continues
A solitary effort at the Vitality Stadium lifted Bournemouth into the top-half.
# Woe
Rory McIlroy's inconsistent form continues as he misses cut at US PGA
World number one Jason Day recorded seven birdies in a stunning eight-hole stretch to significantly boost his US PGA title defence.
# Woe
No revenge for Big Sam as West Ham edge past Sunderland
The Black Cats missed an opportunity to get out of the relegation zone today
# Woe
Rugby star sidelined after bagel accident
Leicester Tigers captain Ed Slater will be absent for an extended period.
# Woe
'Sleep was my only escape from injury agony'
The Bayern Munich midfielder has revealed the extent of his physical and mental anguish during his year out of the game.
# Woe
John Terry's difficult week went from bad to worse today
The centre-back’s lack of pace was exposed, before he brought down opponent Salomon Rondon.
# Woe
Argentina frets over Lionel Messi's future
The 28-year-old football genius left the pitch ashen-faced after Argentina lost the Copa America.
# Woe
Here are all 81 of United's crosses against Fulham in one three-minute clip
Even Rene Meulensteen admitted that this style “can be easy to defend against”.
# Woe
Latest: Tiger woeful, Mickelson worse as PGA pains grow
Low scoring is proving elusive at Oak Hill.
# knees up
Injured Rafa Nadal has not picked up a tennis racket in three months
Bet he hasn’t picked up the phone to a match-challenging Roger Federer either.
# Woe
More misery for Rory McIlroy as he misses his third cut in a row
With the US Open just two weeks away, the defending champion is in his worst run of form for four years.
# Woe
Harrington off to slow start in Austria
The Dubliner carded a lacklustre 75 to finish the day well off the pace at the Austrian GolfOpen.