Thursday, January 29, 2015

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The Gunners boss tempered short-term expectations for the 24-year-old defender, who was added to provide much-needed cover in the back.

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Atletico Madrid midfielder Cani has suggested the Brazilian has a habit of winding up his opponents and says Gabi remains perplexed by his red card.

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The U.S. Under-20 national team standout suffered the injury late in the team's World Cup qualifying victory against El Salvador.

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The Nigeria striker has decided to reunite with former boss Alan Pardew at Selhurst Park and becomes the Eagles' third signing of the January transfer window.

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The Premier League leader has agreed a 33 million euro deal to sign the Colombian, with out-of-favor winger Mohamed Salah heading to Fiorentina on an 18-month loan deal.

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The manager says he would like to bring more new faces to Anfield in the winter window but believes he will have to make do with what he has until the summer.

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The Spain striker faces a three-match ban and could miss Saturday's top-of-the-table clash against Manchester City if he is found guilty of stamping on Liverpool's Emre Can.

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The 23-year-old, who has made just six Premier League starts under Harry Redknapp, becomes the Eagles' second January acquisition after Yaya Sanogo joined on loan.

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We've got all the dates and times you need to know as Europe's clubs desperately try and tie up mid-season business ahead of the impending deadlines across the continent.

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Gabi and Mario Suarez were sent off, while Arda Turan faces a ban for throwing a boot at the assistant referee in what was anything but a magnanimous loss.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

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The Blaugrana boss was thrilled with the way in which his side responded to the concession of an early goal at the Vicente Calderon and controlled the second half

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The Hammers had previously seen bids rejected for the Scottish Under-21 international but will sign him when his contract expires next summer.

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A brace from Neymar and an own goal from Miranda proved to be enough for the Blaugrana, after an intense first half, as the the home side ending proceedings with nine men

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The Brazilian netted twice for the visitors as Diego Simeone's men lost their heads, with Gabi and Mario Suarez both getting sent off and Arda throwing his boot at a linesman.

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Christian Eriksen's late goal sent Tottenham through to the final of the Capital One Cup after they survived an almighty scare against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.