Spain

Tuesday 21 October 2014

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The midfielder has been left out of the squad for Tuesday's game through injury, but will hope to be fit for next weekend's clash with Real Madrid

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The coach has paid the price for losing four home games and becomes the second boss in La Liga to lose his job this season

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The coach does not expect his star forward to struggle with pressure on Wednesday and revealed he was "holding back tears" upon being announced as Real Madrid boss

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The Spanish midfielder was substituted at half-time during Monday night's 2-2 draw at West Brom after aggravating the broken rib suffered last month

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The Welsh winger and Spanish defender have been omitted through injury from Carlo Ancelotti's 20-man squad he is taking to Anfield for Wednesday's European game

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The Croatian defender is not happy with his side's unconvincing efforts against QPR but has no fear of taking on the Champions League holders at Anfield on Wednesday

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The trainer has been replaced by Miroslav Djukic as the club are rooted to the bottom of the Primera Division as the only team without a single win

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Real Madrid and Barcelona both registered impressive wins as several players impressed a week before their meeting at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday

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Age Hareide's side upset Olympiakos last time out but they are going up against a side that have won 18 of their last 20 home games in Uefa competition

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Being bought from the Stadio Olimpico this summer does not mean he will provide Bayern with additional assistance on the Serie A side's weak points

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The Spain striker reported back from international duty in worse condition than when he left, says the Portuguese, who claims never to have been consulted about most of his squad

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EXCLUSIVE: The former Barcelona midfielder says the coach has rediscovered the Catalan club’s identity and praised his former team-mate’s man management of the Argentina star

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Ahead of Barcelona's clash with Ajax, Goal debates which of the two legends was more important at Camp Nou in terms of their impact and lasting legacy

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The two bright stars of modern football are chasing Raul's 71-goal mark in the European showpiece, with both likely to surpass the record very soon

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According to Luis Alvaro de Oliveira Ribeiro, the Brazil international had his heart set on a transfer to Camp Nou in 2013 despite the Blancos' superior deal

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The Spaniard left Old Trafford in 2008 but Louis van Gaal is reportedly hoping to persuade the defender to rejoin the Red Devils as he bids to strength his club's backline

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The Argentine international apparently refused to be substituted while chasing the all-time Liga goalscoring record in Saturday's Liga win over Eibar