Germany

Monday 15 December 2014

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The Serie A outfit will have to deal with the Eredivisie giants, while a tricky trip to Turkey awaits Brendan Rodgers' struggling Reds

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The former Czech Republic star has the utmost respect for BVB's talented young squad and coach Jurgen Klopp but he was nonetheless relieved to have avoided Europe's big guns

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The English champions will have to deal with the Catalans for the second successive season, while Chelsea were also paired with Paris Saint-Germain again

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VOTE: In the first part of our look back at last year's biggest deals, we assess the players ranked 10 to six and ask you to tell us whether their respective moves were a success

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VOTE: In the second part of our look back at last year's biggest deals, we assess the top five and ask you to tell us whether you think their respective moves were a success

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The Netherlands international has laughed off the suggestion that he is better than Barcelona ace Lionel Messi and Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo

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EXCLUSIVE: The Dane says the German is the best of a brilliant bunch of shot-stoppers lighting up the game today but still feels that the Portuguese forward will land the award

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The Dutchman netted twice in Saturday's 4-0 win at Augsburg and the Catalan coach is hoping that the winger can maintain his fine form at the Allianz Arena

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Barcelona, Arsenal, Juventus, Chelsea and more of Europe's best will find out their fate on December 15, when the last 32 of the Europa League will also be decided

Sunday 14 December 2014

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The German giants cannot be overhauled before Christmas but the Poland international says that being on top at the end of the season is all that matters

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EXCLUSIVE: German coach Winfried Schafer says his compatriot's displays for Bayern Munich and the national team should see him crowned as the world's best player

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The ex-France international says he is settled in Bavaria and feels happily married to the club, but nonetheless admitted that he is open to a new experience elsewhere

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The 35-year-old was left bloodied after suffering a head wound that required stitches and sporting director Horst Heldt says the club are intent on finding the culprit

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The coach says his troops are guilty of failing to understand the seriousness of their current plight, with BVB currently 16th in the German top flight

Saturday 13 December 2014

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The Catalan was enthused by the starring role the winger played in the German champions' latest win, while he also lauded the club's signing of Mehdi Benatia

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A solitary goal from ex-Dortmund striker Julian Schieber was just enough for the home side, who defended resiliently in the second half to take a much-needed three points

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The striker departed Signal Iduna Park over the summer and scored the winner in his first game against his former employers on Saturday