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  • Dani Alves eyes Champions League glory with Juventus

    Brazil international Dani Alves said Tuesday that his ultimate goal was to win the Champions League with his new Serie A club Juventus. "Juventus have a dream which is to win the Champions League, and I want to help them achieve this," Alves told a press conference after signing a two-year deal…

  • Factbox: Profile of Lionel Messi

    (Reuters) - Factbox on Barcelona and Argentina forward Lionel Messi, who said he was quitting international soccer after Sunday's loss on penalties to Chile in the Copa America Centenario final and failing again to lift a major trophy with his national team. EARLY CAREER * Joined Barcelona as a…

  • Fireworks flare up as threat to games, fans at Euro 2016

    It's a sight almost never seen by television viewers watching the English Premier League or Spain's La Liga all season. Tune in to the European Championship and it seems common. When UEFA opened wide-ranging disciplinary charges against Croatia on Saturday, and added one against Turkey, that made…

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  • 'Croatian Cruyff' Modric is pillar of Euro 2016 bid

    Luka Modric started playing football during Croatia's independence war and the country's notoriously fervent fans expect the world-class playmaker to launch their offensive at Euro 2016. Croatia are looking to the 30-year-old to lift them as he has Real Madrid amid a rollercoaster season in La…

  • Goalkeeper Beto quits Sevilla

    Sevilla's Portuguese goalkeeper Antonio Alberto Bastos, known as "Beto", announced Tuesday he has quit the La Liga side after three and a half years during which he won three Europa League titles. "Today is a very sad day for me," Beto wrote in a farewell letter published on Sevilla's website as…

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  • Saviour Galca released by Espanyol

    Madrid (AFP) - Espanyol escaped relegation from La Liga this season but have decided against prolonging the contract of Constantin Galca, the interim coach that saved them, the Spanish club said on Friday.

  • Torres ready to eclipse Chelsea title feat

    Fernando Torres is dreaming of eclipsing his Champions League triumph with Chelsea and making history for the second time in the competition by leading Atletico Madrid to victory over Real Madrid on Saturday. Torres won the elite European title with the London side in 2012 when they beat Bayern…

  • Ten-man Barca claim double with King's Cup win over Sevilla

    By Rik Sharma MADRID (Reuters) - Ten-man Barcelona retained the King's Cup with a 2-0 victory over Sevilla to complete a domestic double thanks to extra-time goals by Jordi Alba and Neymar at the Vicente Calderon stadium on Sunday. Luis Enrique's La Liga champions had Javier Mascherano sent off…

  • 'MSN' lead Barca quest for league and Cup double

    Madrid (AFP) - Barcelona coach Luis Enrique named the same side that won La Liga last weekend at Granada as the Catalans aim to add the Copa del Rey to their trophy haul this season against Sevilla on Sunday.

  • Barcelona, Sevilla aim for successful end in Copa del Rey

    Important titles secured, Barcelona and Sevilla aim to sweeten already successful seasons in the Copa del Rey final on Sunday. Barcelona is defending its domestic cup trophy at Vicente Calderon Stadium in Madrid, a week after winning its second straight Spanish league title. The Liga champions…

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  • Sporting Gijon win relegates Getafe, Rayo Vallecano

    Madrid (AFP) - Madrid's representation in La Liga was reduced from four to two teams for next season as Getafe and Rayo Vallecano were relegated, while Sporting Gijon saved themselves with a 2-0 win over Villarreal on Sunday.

  • Suarez the new leader of Barcelona's 'MSN' strike force

    By Richard Martin BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona’s celebrated ‘MSN’ strike force of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar had La Liga defenses at their mercy for much of the campaign but as Barca swept to the title by winning their final five games it was Suarez who led the three-pronged attack. …

  • Suarez outguns Messi, Ronaldo to fire Barcelona to title

    In little under two years with Barcelona, Luis Suarez has won six trophies, silenced his critics with almost impeccable on-field behaviour and now, most remarkably of all, left Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in his shadow. Suarez fittingly scored a hat-trick as Barca retained their La Liga…

  • Barca had to win La Liga twice over - Pique

    Barcelona defender Gerard Pique hailed the winning mentality of what he described as a "unique generation" of players after the Catalans sealed a sixth La Liga title in eight years with a 3-0 win at Granada on Saturday. Fittingly, Luis Suarez was the Barca hero with a hat-trick to take his tally…

  • Suarez hat-trick fires Barca to La Liga title

    Barcelona sealed their 24th La Liga title as Luis Suarez took his tally for the season to 59 goals with a hat-trick in a 3-0 win at Granada to hold off Real Madrid's late-season surge. Real registered their 12th consecutive La Liga win, 2-0 at Deportivo La Coruna thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo's…

  • Runners-up Real turn attentions to Champions League final

    By Richard Martin BARCELONA, (Reuters) - After losing out by one point to title winners Barcelona in La Liga on Saturday, Real Madrid's attention turned to the Champions League final with Atletico Madrid in Milan in two weeks' time. Zinedine Zidane's side beat Deportivo La Coruna 2-0 in the final…

  • Luis Enrique hails Barca consistency after title win

    By Richard Martin BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona coach Luis Enrique paid tribute to his team's consistency after they retained the La Liga title by strolling to a 3-0 win at Granada thanks to a hat-trick by top scorer Luis Suarez on Saturday. "We played very well over the full season, we were on…