Champions League

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  • Espanyol eye bursting Barca's bubble once more

    Espanyol travel to La Liga leaders Barcelona on Sunday aiming to repeat their feat of denying their bitter local rivals the title in 2007. Barca hold the slenderest of advantages in the title race with two games remaining as they lead Atletico Madrid thanks to their better head-to-head record with…

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  • Allegri hungry for even more Juventus success

    What the Old Lady can do to improve was also touched on by the tactician after he proudly put pen to paper on his new contract at the Juventus Stadium

    GazzettaWorld
  • Juventus planning raid for European freebies

    Three stars from Ligue 1 plus the captain of a top Dutch team are all up for grabs this summer, and the Old Lady don't want to miss out on a cost effective way to bolster their squad

    GazzettaWorld
  • Quotes of the season: Ranieri’s quirkiest quips

    From delivering pizza to his squad to firing them up with rock band Kasabian, Claudio Ranieri has shown himself to be one of the most interesting, likeable and quoteable managers in European football

    GazzettaWorld
  • Berlusconi would prefer Italian buyer for AC Milan

    AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi said Friday he would prefer an Italian buyer for his debt-ridden Serie A team amid reports of interest from Chinese investors. The former Italian Prime Minister has been trying to sell the fallen giants for the past year with reports his Fininvest group is in…

    AFP
  • AC Milan loanee reinvigorated by Roma switch

    The Rossoneri’s struggles this season have seemed a world apart from Stephan El Shaarawy, who's enjoyed a renaissance since his move to the Stadio Olimpico

    GazzettaWorld
  • Allegri signs new deal after Juventus pledge

    Massimiliano Allegri has signed a new two-year deal with Juventus that will make him Serie A's highest-paid coach, but only after the club reportedly agreed not to sell Paulo Dybala or Paul Pogba. Allegri, who has steered the Old Lady of Turin to successive league titles the past two seasons, put…

    AFP
  • PL Predictions GW 37

    Football Tipster Matt Nesbitt has finally accepted that Leicester are not going to blow up. He's tipped a win among his penultimate PL Predictions...

    Rotoworld
  • Bale to miss Spanish league game because of knee injury

    MADRID (AP) -- Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has been ruled out of the Spanish league game at Valencia this weekend after being diagnosed with a minor knee injury.

    The Associated Press
  • Mancini: Inter don’t deserve Champions League football

    The Beneamata's failure to secure a top three finish means that they will be forced to delve into the transfer market once again this summer, but only for the right kind of player

    GazzettaWorld
  • Watford-Liverpool Preview

    Among the four finalists vying for continental glory in the Champions League and Europa League, three are from Spain. Jurgen Klopp has revitalised the once-proud Reds, who are one step away from reaching the Champions League but first must finish up Premier League play with three matches in eight…

    The Associated Press
  • Column: Up next for Leicester: "Multiple traps," coach warns

    Claudio Ranieri and his Leicester players should cherish the moment of lifting the Premier League trophy. Like his Italian counterpart, French coach Rene Girard also experienced the joyous high of leading an underdog team to the top. Like Leicester, Montpellier was outgunned financially.

    The Associated Press
  • Guardiola set to leave Bayern Munich on sour note

    Having already seen his popularity diminish last season after the departure of a long-term club doctor, the Spaniard was involved in a dressing room bust-up with his medical staff once more

    GazzettaWorld
  • Middlesbrough, Brighton set for richest-ever game in soccer

    When Middlesbrough and Brighton meet in England's League Championship on Saturday, they'll be taking part in the most valuable soccer game in history. For the winner, a place in the Premier League and all the riches that offers. ''This isn't a normal game,'' said Middlesbrough manager Aitor…

    The Associated Press
  • Female coach leads champion men's team in Hong Kong

    At age 27, Chan Yuen-ting is younger than several of the players she coaches at Eastern Sports Club yet she has already secured a unique place for herself in soccer history by becoming the first woman to lead a men's team to a top-division national championship. Chan took charge at Eastern in…

    The Associated Press
  • Arsenal keeping close tabs on Juventus hitman

    Another season starting from the bench could see the 23-year-old's head turned, and the former Real Madrid man is attracting interest from the Premier League

    GazzettaWorld
  • Life bans for ex-South America FA duo Jadue, Bedoya

    By Brian Homewood ZURICH (Reuters) - Two leading former South American soccer officials, including one who sat on FIFA's executive committee, were banned for life on Friday as the fallout continued from the graft scandal that has engulfed the sport. The ethics committee of soccer's ruling body…

    Reuters
  • England midfielder Oxlade-Chamberlain to miss Euro 2016

    England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is expected to miss the European Championship after being ruled out for up to two months by Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. Wenger said Friday that Oxlade-Chamberlain has had a setback in his recovery from a knee injury, and faces six-to-eight weeks out. …

    The Associated Press
  • New Guardiola clash with medical staff

    Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola's already tense relations with the club's medical staff have worsened over insinuations by the Spaniard that they take too long to rehabilitate injured players, Bild reported Friday. The claims came after Bayern crashed out of the Champions League semi-finals at…

    AFP