Monday 2 March 2015

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The two sides played out an ugly encounter which saw two players sent off, objects thrown on to the pitch and allegations of racist behaviour

Friday 27 February 2015

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The French coach believes his side have the advantage over Fiorentina in their last 16 tie, while Vincenzo Montella would rather have avoided an Italian team

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After comfortably seeing off Young Boys to reach the last 16, the Toffees will take on the Ukrainian league leaders in the next phase of their Europa League campaign

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The Dutch club's general manager, Eric Gudde, claims that the giant fruit thrown at the Ivorian during Thursday's Europa League encounter was not an act of racism

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The Italian was in charge of the Turkish club last season and made a failed bid to sign the midfielder, only to team up with him at San Siro, where he downed Celtic on Thursday

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The Everton striker has been in fine form in European competition and helped his side past Young Boys, while two Besiktas players also earn spots after a superb team display

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The Toffees will face the Ukrainian outfit in the last-16 having beaten Young Boys 7-2 on aggregate in the last round, with the first leg to be played at Goodison Park

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Brendan Rodgers and Mauricio Pochettino paid the price for fielding weakened sides on Thursday, but CL qualification is just as accessible via the Europa League

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Dejan Lovren fired over the crossbar to send Besiktas through to the last 16, while the likes of Fiorentina, Inter and Everton also sealed their place in the next round

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The Turkish side defeated the Reds on penalties in their Europa League tie on Thursday evening and the goalkeeper has revelled in the victory over Brendan Rodgers' side

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The Roma boss was shocked after his side's Europa League clash with Feyenoord was suspended in the second-half as the home fans hurled missiles onto the field of play

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The Ukrainian side's fans have been branded a disgrace by the French club's chief, who says the conditions for the match were "catastrophic"

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The Toffees manager praised his team as they reached the last 16 stage of the competition, after beating Swiss outfit Young Boys by an aggregate score of 7-2 over both legs

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The Besiktas boss revealed that, when seven of his players volunteered to take a spot-kick, he was confident his side would prevail over the Premier League club in Istanbul

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The former Swansea City manager admitted he was gutted for the central defender after he missed the crucial penalty as Liverpool were knocked out of the Europa League by Besiktas

Thursday 26 February 2015

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The Fiorentina striker praised his team-mates after they reached the last 16 of the Europa League, claiming that the Italian side are now targeting a place in the final

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The Toffees conquered Young Boys with ease and should they continue to take the competition seriously, they could well have their route into the Champions League

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The Tottenham manager confessed that the former Valencia striker's poor attempt in the first half was crucial as the Premier League outfit crashed out of the Europa League

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The Belgian left the field clutching his hamstring four minutes into the second half of Thursday's Europa League round of 32 second-leg clash with Young Boys

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The former Manchester City manager was unhappy with the number of errors his side made in their 1-0 win over Celtic, despite progressing to the last 16 of the Europa League