Thursday 24 April 2014

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The Gunners regard the Netherlands coach as one of several short-term contingency plans in the event that their manager decides to call time on his 18-year reign next month

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The Ballon d'Or holder was thrust back into the startng line-up in the win over Bayern Munich but says he felt ready after three weeks out

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The former Blancos attacker criticised the hosts for what he considered a slow start and was adamant that Bayern "dominated" despite their defeat

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The Dutch goalkeeper says that the Netherlands coach is one of the best with whom he has ever worked and is "100 per cent sure" that he would suit life at Old Trafford

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The coach stressed he has a lot of respect for Benfica, who have just clinched the Portuguese league title, and says there is no margin for error in Thursday's meeting

Wednesday 23 April 2014

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The Blues boss and his assistant are accused of misconduct while the Brazilian midfielder may miss the rest of the Premier League season for appearing to strike Sebastian Larsson

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The veteran midfielder has been appointed as David Moyes's successor in the interim but his former team-mate believes that the club should push hard to tempt Jurgen Klopp

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The 19-year-old is qualified to represent Albania, Serbia and Turkey and was even rumoured to be considering waiting to be granted English citizenship

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News broke of the Scot's imminent departure the day before his exit, with the organisation's chief damning in his assessment of the club's conduct

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The Dutch coach took over in October but a run of eight defeats in nine games has forced the club's board to relieve him of his duties

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The Red Devils must bring in a manager with experience of winning the biggest titles after a stuttering season under the former Everton boss that ultimately led to his sacking

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The France stars have both dealt with adversity in recent years but can now start to focus fully on their football after the conclusion of their unwelcome off-field battle

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Antonio Conte's men are favourites to progress to the tournament decider in Turin but they are going up against a side fresh from clinching a 33rd Primeira Liga title

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The Blues have just two days' rest between the trip to Anfield and the visit of Atletico Madrid to Stamford Bridge, and the Portuguese could field a weakened side on Merseyside

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The Argentine has turned down the chance to return to international management, indicating that he is now ready to finalise his "tentative agreement" with Olympique de Marseille

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The Merseyside outfit sit one point adrift of fourth-placed Arsenal with three games remaining, with the squad a keen to secure European qualification for the first time since 2009