Champions League

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

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The two former team-mates will go up against each other in the dug-out on Wednesday, with the Barcelona boss quick to praise his friend's impact at the Allianz Arena

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The Argentine has nothing but praise for his compatriot and, despite falling just short in 2014, feels he still has plenty of opportunities to guide his country to World Cup glory

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The prolific Barcelona forward no longer has any special bond with the current Bayern Munich boss, while he stresses that his feud with Luis Enrique has been resolved

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The German midfielder and the experienced winger will both miss Bayern Munich's Champions League semi-final first leg after failing to recover from their injury problems

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The Catalans have been in scintillating form of late and boast a phenomenal home record in the Champions League, while the visitors are struggling with key absentees

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The former Liverpool goalkeeper has nothing but praise for the Uruguayan forward and acknowledged he could cause the German champions trouble

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The Argentina forward takes to the stage alongside Luis Enrique ahead of the Champions League semi-final, first-leg clash with Bayern Munich

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The Portugal international has fond memories of the young forward from before his move to Italy but will do his utmost to keep him quiet in Tuesday's encounter in Turin

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The brilliant Bianconeri side coached by Marcello Lippi reached three Champions League finals in a row but underachieved – partly thanks to 1998 final hero Predrag Mijatovic

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The first legs of the Champions League semi-finals kick off this week and Paddy Power are offering to boost the price on the three leading teams for new customers

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The former Bianconeri midfielder hails the Real Madrid coach ahead of Tuesday's Champions League semi-final first leg between the sides and defends his spell in Turin

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The Bayern Munich goalkeeper does not fear the Argentine and wants to shut him out as he did in the World Cup final but realises that Barcelona will be a tough nut to crack

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The Atletico Madrid coach, speaking exclusively to Goal, believes clubs as powerful as the German champions must be able to deal with the loss of first-team players

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With a number of former Red Devils lining up for both sides in Tuesday's Champions League semi-final, the Old Trafford faithful will have plenty of reasons to reminisce

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The Catalan comes back home with an injury-ravaged squad but has been buoyed by the fact that both Javi Martinez and Robert Lewandowski are available for the semi-final

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The former Milan and Italy coach believes the Juventus duo are crucial to their hopes of progressing to the final of the Champions League at the expense of Real Madrid

Monday, 4 May 2015

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The Italian coach believes there will be plenty of goals in the Champions League semi-final tie between the two sides, but admits his team must be at their best to progress

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The Argentine striker believes Italian champions Juventus' semi-final with Carlo Ancelotti's men will be tough, but believes his side can progress to the final in Berlin

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The European champions face Juventus in the last four of this year's competition and the Portuguese defender says there would be no shame in losing to such a strong side