England

Wednesday 25 February 2015

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The Amsterdam ArenA coach's sibling suggested it would take a prestigious club to convince him to depart the reigning Eredivisie champions this summer

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The Gunners have failed to progress beyond the last-16 stage of the competition in each of the past four seasons but the attacker says he is paying little attention to history

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The Toffees ran out 4-1 winners over the Swiss side last week, but the Republic of Ireland international insists they will look to "put on a show" in the second leg

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ANALYSIS: The French side recently clocked up 1,400 minutes without conceding a goal in regulation play and defensive strength is key to their chances of beating Arsenal

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EXCLUSIVE: The Croatia international holds the Gunners in the highest esteem but he still believes that the Ligue 1 outfit are capable of springing a surprise

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The Red Devils face a tough fight to qualify for the Champions League but even if they miss out, the former defender believes getting rid of the Dutchman would achieve nothing

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The Gunners have been handed the easiest fixture of the three English clubs in the competition and must make sure that they don't let the opportunity pass them by...

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Barcelona march on in the Champions League but star man Lionel Messi needs to re-think his penalty technique

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The Spanish side ran out 2-1 winners against Manuel Pellegrini's men at the Etihad Stadium but the Argentine scored in the second half, and is hopeful of winning at the Camp Nou

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The former Liverpool man was outstanding on his return to England but believes the tie is still up for grabs after the Argentine failed to convert from the spot

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The Uruguayan scored twice for Barcelona at the Etihad on Tuesday and the Manchester City goalkeeper was not shocked that he had such an impact on the game

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COMMENT: The Uruguay striker scored both goals in his best performance yet as Luis Enrique's side made light of a potentially problematic trip to Manchester City

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A Luis Suarez double means that the Catalan giants head into the second leg with a one-goal advantage and one foot in the quarter-finals of the competition

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The Argentine saw his opener cancelled out by Marco Reus but the Italian side restored their lead in the first half and were able to hold on for the remainder of the game

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The former Liverpool star struck twice in a dominant first half for the Catalan giants, who held on comfortably despite Sergio Aguero's second-half strike for the hosts

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The 18-year-old has attracted Premier League interest but the Italian club's chief insists he is keen to keep the midfielder for another year