Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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Despite holding a 3-0 lead from the first leg of their Europa League playoff, the Nerazzurri head coach has urged his players to send out a message to the continent on Thursday

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The Italians conceded three goals in 13 minutes thanks to a handful of errors which saw them lose out on a group-stage place to Athletic Bilbao

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CL seedings for the group stage see last year's winners among the front-runners, while the Serie A outfit promise a 'group of death' from their lowly place in Pot 4

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The two sides ended with a 1-1 draw in Italy, leaving tonight's Champions League second-leg play-off clash finely poised - follow it all LIVE on Goal!

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The midfielder is looking forward to the 2014-15 Serie A season as he felt he was asked to take on too many roles during the Dutchman's short tenure at San Siro

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It has been suggested that the Bianconeri will struggle to win a fourth successive Scudetto - but the midfielder insists that they need only remain concentrated

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Steve Bruce has identified the Uruguay international as his preferred replacement for the departed Shane Long, after a move for Jordan Rhodes fell through

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The Greece international, who was also wanted by Arsenal, had his heart set on a move to the Stadio Olimpico and is unperturbed by the prospect of replacing Mehdi Benatia

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The Granata coach has revealed that the Italy international has lost focus because he "is in the papers everyday" being linked with a move to San Siro

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The Brazilian midfielder has warned his team-mates not to underestimate this weekend's opponents and is keen to play Champions League football

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Having eased to a 3-0 win in last week's first-leg clash in Reykjavik, the Nerazzurri boss can rest players ahead of Sunday's Serie A opener against Torino

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The departure of last season's top scorer Ciro Immobile means the race for the Capocannoniere is wide open heading into the new term. Goal takes a look at the main contenders

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

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The Basques' boss admitted that his inexperienced players froze during the second leg of their first-leg clash with the Partenopei - but ruled out a repeat performance at home

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Aurelio De Laurentiis is refusing to splash the cash until the Partenopei learn their European fate - but the Spaniard says that the "project" will continue no matter what