Wednesday 23 April 2014

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Brendan Rodgers has revealed the Reds owners are already mapping out their hopes for the future, while hinting at a potentially busy summer ahead of a return to Europe's top table

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The Frenchman has held positive fresh talks with the club over a contract extension as confidence grows at Emirates Stadium that he will reject offers from rival clubs

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The France midfielder featured for the first 45 minutes of the defeat to Chelsea Under-21s and could now be in contention to feature for the first-team before the end of the season

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Sunday's win over Norwich saw the league leaders confirm a return to the competition for the first time since 2009, and the managing director is delighted with the club's progress

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Liverpool and Chelsea have three members each of our best XI from 2013-14, while Yaya Toure is the chief representative from Manchester City with David de Gea in goal

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Following a dull encounter on Tuesday night, Goal’s Rahul Bali highlights why Mourinho achieved what he set his out team to do…

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The former Manchester United boss believes the Scot was axed because of his failure to qualify for the Champions League, but defended his ill-fated Old Trafford reign

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The Red Devils must bring in a manager with experience of winning the biggest titles after a stuttering season under the former Everton boss that ultimately led to his sacking

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The former Chelsea assistant is adamant that the Real Madrid boss would be ideal for the role at Old Trafford and believes he could become available in the summer

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The 27-year-old was not impressed with the Premier League side's defensive style of play and is confident Atleti can secure progress to the final in the return

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The Belgian goalkeeper has hailed his team-mate, who has scored 30 goals to spearhead his club's charge to the Premier League summit

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The former Blues defender took to Twitter to voice his views on the Champions League semi-final first-leg at the Vicente Calderon as part of Heineken's 'Share The Sofa' campaign

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Bayern Munich are widely recognized as the most dominant team in European football at present but Goal's Brendon Netto suggests Real Madrid are the ideal team to take them down.

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The Merseyside outfit sit one point adrift of fourth-placed Arsenal with three games remaining, with the squad a keen to secure European qualification for the first time since 2009

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The midfielder was disappointed by the Rojiblancos' inability to break the Blues down at the Vicente Calderon but believes the tie remains open ahead of the return clash in London

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A pragmatic performance from Jose Mourinho's men helped ensure a goalless draw which leaves this Champions League semi-final tie well and truly in the balance

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The goalkeeper and defender were forced off through injury, and are now doubts for Sunday's clash with Liverpool, as the visitors stifled the Liga leaders at Vicente Calderon

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The former Old Trafford midfielder believes the Scot has been let down by the club - namely in the transfer market - but says Sir Alex Ferguson is not to blame for his appointment