Tuesday, 27 January 2015

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Despite Lorik Cana's sending off, Stefano Pioli's men secured their place in the last four of the Coppa Italia, with Filippo Inzaghi's future becoming increasingly uncertain

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The Argentine's first half goal was enough to ensure his side progressed, despite Lorik Cana being sent off shortly afterwards

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The pitches in Ebebiyin and Mongomo have been deemed too badly damaged following group-stage matches and all latter games will now be held in Bata and Malabo

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Goals from Riyad Mahrez and Nabil Bentaleb ensured the Fennec Foxes' progression, but Ghana's victory over South Africa in the other Group C game dumped the Lions of Teranga out

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Mandla Masango gave Bafana Bafana the lead, but John Boye equalised before the Marseille star popped up to win it and secure a spot in the next phase

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Filippo Inzaghi's men host Stefano Pioli's side in tonight's Coppa Italia clash - follow the action LIVE with Goal

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The midfielder called to speak to his injured brother and will be cheering on the Syli Nationale in their crucial third game at the Africa Cup of Nations

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The Atletico Madrid boss claims Barcelona will likely deploy the Argentine away from the centre of the pitch on Wednesday in the Copa del Rey

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All four teams in Group C have a chance of reaching the quarter-final stage - follow all the action LIVE! on Goal

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The Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals are at stake - follow all the decisive group-stage action LIVE on Goal!

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The 21-year-old academy graduate is determined to help fire the club back towards the summit of Spanish football after committing his future to the Mestalla outfit until June 2020

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The Barcelona president has called on Fifa to change its sanctions over the transfer of young players to prevent the issue arising again amongst other top clubs

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The Argentine and the Brazilian linked up brilliantly as Barcelona thrashed Elche 6-0, while the Welshman saved Real Madrid following his team-mate's red card at Cordoba

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The Barcelona boss says he would prefer to focus on the performance of all his starting XI and denies his side are favourites ahead of the clash with Atletico Madrid