Friday 28 November 2014

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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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The Frenchman wants to stay at his current club until he hangs up his boots and has stressed the financial side will not be a problem during renewal talks

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The left-back has voiced his support for his compatriot, while hitting out at those who have suggested a German should win the award

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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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Benjamin Stambouli netted his first Spurs goal as Mauricio Pochettino's men booked their place in the Europa League knockout stage with a narrow win over the Serbians

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Ronny Deila's side are guaranteed a spot in the knockout stage of the competition despite losing against the impressive Austrian Bundesliga champions at Celtic Park tonight

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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 Nerazzurri triumphed 1-0 when the two sides met in Ukraine earlier in the competition but Roberto Mancini's men only need a point this time around in order to progress

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The Bhoys claimed a 2-2 draw when the two sides met in Austria on matchday one but the Scottish champions will need a win to displace their opponents at the top of their pool

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Spurs were held to a draw in Belgrade on matchday one but they need all three points at White Hart Lane in order to ensure their qualification

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Two goals in the opening 13 minutes from the visiting Italians ensured that Claudio Beauvue's goal on the 45-minute mark was merely a consolation

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The Czech hosts kept the Italians from breaking the deadlock but, due to superior goal difference, the Partenopei are assured a spot in the next round

Thursday 27 November 2014

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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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Rafael Benitez's men can guarantee themselves top spot in Group A by winning in the Czech Republic but the hosts will be just as desperate for all three points

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Vincenzo Montella's men romped to a 3-0 win when the pair met in Florence on matchday one but they will be expecting a far tougher game in France

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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 Brazilian forward has also been fined €20,000 for assaulting the Italy international in the tunnel after a Ligue 1 game at the Parc des Princes in August