Friday 28 November 2014

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The Barcelona star has recently returned from a long ban for biting Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup but insists the public do not see the better side of his personality

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The Madrid coach is the latest to attack the Uefa president, while the Champions League holders have hit out at the Frenchman with an official statement as well

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Carlo Ancelotti's side are the in-form side in European football and could break another statistical milestone this weekend

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The attacker has yet to find the net since his summer move to Valencia, but he is not panicking over his lack of goals this season

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The ex-Barcelona coach has insisted that things aren't too easy for Bayern and believes one of his players deserves the Ballon d'Or

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The Germany international has conceded that the amount of games he has played is starting to affect him

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The Uefa chief suggested the Ballon d'Or should go to a German due to their World Cup win, but the Real Madrid defender does not understand his reasoning

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The former Manchester United boss, who drew 0-0 with Deportivo in his first game in charge, has added a No.2 to his coaching team

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The Toffees soaked up long spells of pressure from Wolfsburg before hitting the German side twice on the counter to celebrate being guaranteed Europa League progress

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The coach admitted he and his players would enjoy the next 24 hours after sealing qualification from the Europa League group stage for the first time in 10 years

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The coach applauded Thursday's opponents after the Europa League holders were shocked in Rotterdam and admits their credibility has taken a hit with the defeat

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Fred Rutten's men put in a fine display to confirm their place in the Europa League knockout phase, while the defending champions' title defence takes a bit of a dent

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The Yellow Submarine will displace their Germany opponents at the summit of Group A - and seal a place in the next round - with a win

Thursday 27 November 2014

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The Argentina international recently admitted that he might not finish his career at Camp Nou and it is now being claimed that the No.10 is on his way to Stamford Bridge

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The Rojiblancos currently sit top of Group G, but their hosts are just two points behind in second place, meaning it is all to play for in Rotterdam

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The Belgian had yet to make a single appearance since joining the Blaugrana from Arsenal during the summer due to injury and is now facing an extended spell on the sidelines

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A number of the Swiss side's supporters entered the field of play during the game at St. Jakob-Park and the incident will now be dealt with on December 11

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The 29-year-old striker has not featured for La Roja since November 2013 but he claims that he does not mind if he no longer retains the confidence of Vicente del Bosque