After years of runaway dogs, I finally trained mine to come to me when I use one of those clickers. The clicker noise interrupts their concentration and I trained them to think that the clicker meant I have something good for them. First it was treats, now it is just pats and kudos. Click and walk in the opposite direction - mine follow me now.
As others have said - NEVER play "chase". Ever. ALWAYS reward a "come" - even if you want to kill the dog (and they can detect that, too....LOL!) and practice, practice, practice.
Plus a *thought* - train your dogs to come to a whistle, too. If they're a long ways out - they can hear a whistle better than your voice. Also - a whistle doesn't transmit that "I'm going to kill you" tone of voice - it's just a nice neutral sound :-)