Sunday, 21 December 2014

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The Rossoneri coach thinks that Pablo Armero's red card was "excessive" but is proud of his side after they secured an important point in the battle for the top three

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The Real Madrid forward remains on frosty terms with the Uefa president following the Frenchman's comment that he should be overlooked for the Ballon d'Or this year

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The Giallorossi coach was aghast that the AC Milan midfielder's offence was not spotted but concedes that his side did not play to their full potential in Saturday's 0-0 draw

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The striker is hopeful that his match-winning form for the New Zealanders alerts the authorities in his homeland to his potential as he eyes an international place

Saturday, 20 December 2014

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The Real Madrid defender was named the tournament's best player on Saturday, ahead of his team-mate and Auckland City captain Ivan Vucelich, after Los Blancos won the trophy

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The Welshman was on target in his third final of 2014 as the Champions League holders claimed the Club World Cup in Morocco by beating Argentine side San Lorenzo 2-0 on Saturday

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The Spaniard was on hand to open the scoring as his side cruised past San Lorenzo and proved again that his appetite for trophies has not diminished

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The former defender admits that he expected more from his side at the midway point of the season and says that discussions will be held over possible January spending

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The Barcelona boss is delighted with the winger's recent form and is adamant that Luis Suarez's game is about more than goals despite the ex-Liverpool man's lean start

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The Giallorossi need a win to draw back to within a point of league leaders Juventus but Filippo Inzaghi's men will be brimming with belief after last week's win over Napoli

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Carlo Ancelotti's men could confirm their status as the best team on the planet with a win over the Copa Libertadores winners in Morocco in the Club World Cup final

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With Sanni Issa's winning penalty, the Oceanian part-timers overcame the champions of Concacaf, Cruz Azul, to finish behind only Real Madrid and San Lorenzo in Morocco

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Ryan De Vries put the New Zealanders ahead and although their Mexican opponents levelled through Joao Rojas, Ramon Tribulietx's men prevailed in the shootout

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The BVB boss was left livid after his side slipped to 17th in the Bundesliga table and is now hoping that the winter break will bring about a change in fortune

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The Mexicans will be favourites to prevail in Morocco but their New Zealand opponents have proven a tough side to beat thus far

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The Belgium international sees the game in Doha as a chance for Rafael Benitez's men, who are currently third in Serie A, to show that they can challenge for the title

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After being defeated in the semi-finals, will the Mexicans salvage some pride or can the part-timers from New Zealand cause a shock in the Club World Cup third-place play-off?

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The visitors are desperate to end their year on a high and will feel they have a great chance to do so when they take on the Bundesliga's basement boys