Sunday, March 1, 2015
A top-four finish in the Premier League would be a bigger result for the Reds than last season, according to their manager.
Batman and Robin brought a bit of fun back to Borussia Dortmund according to the team's star.
The midfielder was delighted to break his goal-scoring drought as Barca beat Granada on Saturday.
Saturday, February 28, 2015
The 20-year-old admits he is pleased to learn of United's interest but Laurent Blanc is adamant the club has no plans to sell the Brazilian.
The coach says he would struggle to replace the striker's goals if he were to leave but acknowledges selling the 22-year-old would free up funds.
The manager was angry after his side left the door open for PSG to go top of Ligue 1.
Spurs tried to hire the Chelsea boss in 2007 according to the manager.
The Atletico Madrid coach is immune to negative comments about his side's displays and believes his players are heavily scrutinized because they are successful.
The Stoke City manager has expressed anger at the officials after they failed to notice the challenge on the Potters midfielder, who required stitches after the game.
Real Madrid is soon set to be boosted by the return of three key players, but the club's manager has no intention of dropping Isco.
Milan's head coach is able to find some positives despite a frustrating draw with Chievo.
A scoreless draw with Chievo in Serie A on Saturday puts Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi back under pressure.
The Rossoneri's winless run away from home in Serie A rose to eight matches as they were held to a goalless draw by the hard-working Flying Donkeys
Goal runs through the best of the statistics from Saturday's top-flight matches
Manchester United star Angel di Maria is struggling for confidence after being substituted against Sunderland, says Louis van Gaal.
Match official Roger East has defended his controversial decision to send off Wes Brown in Sunderland's defeat to Manchester United.
The Dortmund manager was pleased by BVB's win over bitter rival Schalke, singling out Henrikh Mkhitaryan for particularly high praise.
Wayne Rooney was Manchester United's match winner as Sunderland had Wes Brown erroneously sent off in a 2-0 Premier League defeat.
The "triple punishment" handed down to a player conceding a penalty could soon be scrapped.
The Chelsea boss feels it is difficult to imagine the Argentine playing for another club in his career despite the player himself previously hinting at a departure