Spain

Friday 27 February 2015

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A Spanish judge has been urged to charge the Barca president in court for tax fraud in relation to the signing of the Brazilian forward from Santos in 2013

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SPECIAL REPORT: Despite the Blaugrana’s fine midweek win against Manchester City, the coach has a difficult relationship with his playing staff and star man

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The Vicente Calderon chief is confident the Argentine will sign a new deal and has no concerns he could quit the club

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COMMENT: After Fifa announced plans to hold the 2022 World Cup in November and December, Goal looks at the impact on players, clubs, competitions and continents

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The Chelsea and Real Madrid managers have proved themselves capable of exerting great influence over matches from the sidelines and will be able to make better use of their squads

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The 26-year-old has just returned from a three-game ban for stamping on Emre Can last month and is aware that every move he makes is under intense scrutiny

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The Catalans hope to apply the pressure back on Real Madrid this weekend, having been beaten by Malaga on home soil last Saturday

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The Germany international has been given permission to return to training next week after a three week spell on the sidelines with a muscle injury

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The Europa League holders march on after a fine display of ruthless attacking football, with Vitolo scoring twice in a near-faultless display for Unai Emery's men.

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A Martin Stranzl own goal followed by a Vitolo double were enough to give the Spanish side the win in the second leg despite goals from Granit Xhaka and Thorgan Hazard

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The Real Madrid midfielder's future remains the subject of speculation and the former Chelsea boss admits he is an admirer of his ability

Thursday 26 February 2015

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The Spaniards have a slender 1-0 lead from the first leg, meaning it's still all for grabs during the clash at Borussia-Park - follow it LIVE!

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The 44-year-old accepts his methods will have frustrated players in the past and has warned his current side not to expect another rout against Koln

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The Atletico Madrid boss said he was "happy" to lose by a solitary goal and was left perplexed by Fernando Torres' disallowed effort