Thursday, October 2, 2014

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The Anfield side have won only one of six matches without the 25-year-old in normal time - and find themselves cut adrift in the Premier League title race and struggling in Europe

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PROFILE: Every Europa League Thursday, Goal profiles a new starlet under the age of 21 who could be set for big things in the game. Here we look at the Dinamo Zagreb midfielder

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COMMENT: The Spanish striker has slipped down the pecking order at White Hart Lane and failed to live up to expectations since his €30m move from Valencia last year

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PSG heroes Marquinhos and Blaise Matuidi also make the cut, along with Borussia Dortmund's two-goal star and Chelsea matchwinner Nemanja Matic

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

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COMMENT: The Japanese star returned to Dortmund this summer after two miserable years at Man Utd and showed in Belgium that he is already close to getting back to his best

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Diego Simeone's outfit get their Champions League campaign up and running as they run out narrow winners over the Italian champions at the Vicente Calderon

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The Atletico Madrid boss made a winning impact with his changes from the sidelines, while his Juventus counterpart reacted only when it was too late

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Stefan Kiessling, Hakan Calhanoglu and Son Heung-min all scored in a strong performance from the German side as they picked up their first Champions League win of the season

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The Portuguese super-agent is reponsible for the interests of players on both sides and has a proven track record of supplying talent to clubs awash with Russian money

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COMMENT: The Turkish giants arrive at the Emirates for their Champions League clash on Wednesday with numerous problems both on and off the pitch

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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The Chelsea striker failed to score but played the full 90 minutes against Sporting, despite ongoing concerns over his fitness with a clash with Arsenal on the horizon

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Manuel Pellegrini's side were predictable in attack throughout the 1-1 draw with Roma, meaning a third group-stage exit in four seasons is on the cards after just two matches

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COMMENT: Luis Enrique's side had not conceded a single goal all season, but let in three in a dismal defensive display against a buoyant Paris Saint-Germain side

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Lucas Andersen's goal was not enough as the Dutch champions were forced to settle for their second 1-1 draw of the group stages so far

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The Belarusian champions record their first ever win over Spanish opposition as they narrowly overcome the Basque side in Group H