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  • Monday Morning Manager - WK27

    Neal Thurman wraps up Week 27 in the Premier League which saw Liverpool stake their claim for a top four spot and Arsenal recover from mid-week misery.

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  • PSG fluff chance with goalless Monaco draw

    Paris Saint-Germain fluffed their chance to go atop the French league with a frustrating 0-0 draw at Monaco on Sunday. Ligue 1 leaders Lyon suffered their first defeat in 12 matches on Saturday, going down 2-1 at Lille to leave second-placed PSG trailing by just two points with a game in hand. …

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  • Suarez scores again in Barcelona victory, Man United wins

    Luis Suarez was again on target as Barcelona kept up the pressure on Spanish league leader Real Madrid on Saturday, while Wayne Rooney's brace got Manchester United back to winning ways at home to Sunderland in the Premier League. The race for the French league title remained wide open as Ligue 1…

    The Associated Press
  • Marseille in dramatic collapse against in-form Caen

    Marseille collapsed dramatically from a two-goal lead to lose 3-2 to Caen at the Stade Velodrome on Friday in a defeat that struck a major blow for the south coast giants' title hopes. Andre Ayew and Andre-Pierre Gignac seemed to have sealed the deal for Marcelo Bielsa's team but Caen proved once…

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  • UEFA extends probe of Monaco accounts, closes Liverpool case

    The ongoing case was announced Friday, two days after Monaco's 3-1 win at Arsenal made it a strong favorite to reach the Champions League quarterfinals and earn at least 40 million euros ($44.9 million) from UEFA this season. UEFA said its club finance panel also ordered more scrutiny of accounts…

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  • After Arsenal, mean Monaco look to lock out PSG

    Monaco follow up their stunning defeat of Arsenal in the Champions League in midweek by hosting French champions Paris Saint-Germain in Ligue 1 on Sunday. Leaders Lyon, who are two points ahead of second-placed PSG, travel to lacklustre Lille, while third-placed Marseille were desperate to stop…

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  • Wenger slams suicidal Arsenal after Champions League shocker

    Arsene Wenger slammed his Arsenal flops as naive and suicidal after their defensive meltdown allowed Monaco to clinch a stunning 3-1 win in the Champions League last 16 first leg. Geoffrey Kondogbia's first half strike was followed by a cool finish from former Tottenham forward Dimitar Berbatov…

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  • Champions League crystal ball: Who will advance from the round of 16?

    Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid should be able to overcome off days in their first legs. But not Arsenal.

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  • Old flaws harpoon Arsenal in Champions League

    Arsenal supporters accustomed to seeing their team qualify for the Champions League year after year are beginning to adjust to a new routine: wretched elimination in the competition's last 16. Wednesday's crushing 3-1 home defeat by Monaco left Arsenal on the brink of a fifth successive last-16…

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  • Monaco reunion holds no romance for Wenger

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insists he hasn't been wasting any time on nostalgic reminiscences ahead of his reunion with former club Monaco in the Champions League on Wednesday. Wenger made his name as a manager during a successful seven-year spell at Monaco, which included leading them to the…

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  • We'll play Arsenal our way says Monaco coach

    Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim has warned Arsenal ahead of their Champions League last 16 first leg on Wednesday that the French side with the mean defence will be tough to break down. Monaco may be finding it difficult to find goals after the departure of James Rodriguez and Radamel Falcao last…

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  • Wenger warns against complacency in Monaco tie

    Arsenal are strongly fancied to beat Monaco in their Champions League last-16 tie but Gunners manager Arsene Wenger has warned fans not to expect an easy ride. The Premier League side have been knocked out at this stage by Bayern Munich in each of the last two seasons but they could scarcely have…

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  • Europe's elite see 20% rise in shirt deals

    The English Premier League and Spain's La Liga led a $130 million (115 million-euro) rise in shirt sponsorship deals for Europe's top championships last year, according to a report released Tuesday. The United Arab Emirates has become the main spender on getting their name on football shirts. The…

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  • Population 7,500, Guingamp takes on the world's best

    The coaches went to their club president with a modest request: could he buy them a hut, locker or something to store their footballs and equipment? ''No,'' replied Bertrand Desplat, ''it costs money.'' With one of the puniest budgets in France's top division, Guingamp can't splash the cash like…

    The Associated Press
  • Cameroonian Kameni defies Barcelona again

    Paris (AFP) - Former Cameroon goalkeeper Carlos Kameni was the standout African in Europe at the weekend as he helped Malaga stun Barcelona in La Liga.

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  • Madrid extends lead in Spanish league, Liverpool wins

    Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema made sure Real Madrid increased its lead over Barcelona in the Spanish League on Sunday while Liverpool continued its revival in the Premier League.

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  • Lyon reclaim top spot as Marseille lose ground

    A Nabil Fekir goal was enough for Lyon to beat Nantes 1-0 on Sunday and move back to the top of the Ligue 1 table, while Marseille had to settle for a 2-2 draw at Saint-Etienne. Lyon broke the deadlock midway through the second half against Nantes at the Stade de Gerland when Yoann Gourcuff and…

    AFP