Spain

Tuesday 18 November 2014

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ANALYSIS: As the 2010 winners meet the current champions in a friendly on Tuesday, Goal takes a look at the part played by the Catalan coach in the success of both teams

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The Portugal head coach believes his star forward deserves to retain his prize ahead of the "fabulous" Barcelona attacker

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The World Cup winner feels that his 22-year-old compatriot is capable of surpassing the achievements of the four-time Ballon d'Or recipient

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The Spain international has revealed his admiration for the Germany forward ahead of their friendly meeting on Tuesday, likening him to the Blancos icon

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The Frenchman says people at Spurs instructed the QPR boss to move the Welshman further up the pitch based on statistical analysis - a version of events the 67-year-old disputes

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The defender says he has cleared the air with the Selecao's new skipper after making headlines with his revelation that he was disappointed at losing the armband to the 22-year-old

Monday 17 November 2014

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The former Reds boss says has strongly refuted speculation of a deal for the Italy international but says the Anfield faithful will back the striker if he works hard on the pitch

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The Arsenal manager believes the centre-back has a bright future ahead of him, but has stressed he must play regularly in order to keep developing

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EXCLUSIVE: The Spaniard has lavished praise on his coach and revealed he personally called him to convince him to move to the Allianz Arena over the summer

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The world's two finest footballers renew their rivalry as Portugal meet Argentina in a friendly on Tuesday and Goal asks which player has done more for his national team?

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Manuel Neuer and Jerome Boateng are the latest to withdraw from the world champions' squad, while Spain must cope with the absences of David De Gea, Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa

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The Arsenal boss believes the Barcelona star will eventually become unhappy playing on the wing and says the Real Madrid forward's goals will not be helping his mood

Sunday 16 November 2014

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The Juventus midfielder believes the Portugal captain is the clear favourite and says France will play to win against Sweden irrespective of Zlatan Ibrahimovic's absence