Sunday 21 December 2014

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ANALYSIS: The Magpies boss has an appalling record in the Tyne-Wear derby, including back-to-back 3-0 defeats at home, and defeat will see fans turn against him once again

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The Gunners were thumped 5-1 by the Reds at Anfield last season, with Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge running riot, but will hope to exact revenge this weekend

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The top-four rivals meet on Sunday and Goal takes a look at the key battlegrounds, from a marquee Gunners signing who might have moved to Anfield to a goalkeeping dilemma

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EXCLUSIVE: The striker is hopeful that his match-winning form for the OFC minnows alerts the authorities in his homeland to his potential as he eyes an international place

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COMMENT: The lack of quality in the final third was an issue once more for the Giallorossi as they failed to cut the champions' lead significantly ahead of the winter break

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COMMENT: The Spain international was on hand to open the scoring for as his side cruised past San Lorenzo and proved again that his appetite for trophies has not diminshed

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Pippo Inzaghi's men held on for an important point despite the sending off of Pablo Armero and the lively runs of Gervinho

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Goals from Sergio Ramos and Gareth Bale wrapped up the Club World Cup title for los Blancos, with the Spanish giants enjoying a comfortable win over their Argentine opponents

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COMMENT: The €38 million signing scored his first Premier League goal for Spurs with a brilliant 25-yard curler in Saturday's 2-1 win over Burnley at White Hart Lane

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COMMENT: The Blaugrana have endured trying times over the last 12 months, but reached the winter break on a positive note with a 5-0 win over Cordoba on Saturday

Saturday 20 December 2014

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Les Parisiens failed to move above Olympique Marseille and into pole position in Ligue 1 as they laboured to a goalless draw with Rolland Courbis' men

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Los Cules go into the winter break just one point adrift of the league leaders after a comprehensive victory over the promoted side at Camp Nou...

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Goals from Davie Selke and Fin Bartels gave the Bundesliga's bottom side a vital win over Die Schwarzgelben, with the hosts giving the perfect counter-attacking performance

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COMMENT: The ‘Atomic Ant’ is certain to leave the Bianconeri in 2015 – bringing to an end a career in Turin that promised so much yet delivered so little

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COMMENT: The Bavarians were missing a number of stars but put in a lacklustre performance in the 2-1 over Mainz and will clearly relish their five-week hiatus

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The Bavarians were pushed all the way but stole all three points thanks to Arjen Robben's last-gasp winner to go into the mid-season break with a record 45 points

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The Spanish trainer's ability to tinker his side aptly throughout the tournament was one of the main reasons for Kolkata's persisted their way to the ISL final...