Friday 29 May 2015

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EXCLUSIVE: The Sevilla striker says he cannot be sure what his future holds after his decisive double in Wednesday's Europa League final win

Thursday 28 May 2015

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Finalists Dnipro and Sevilla dominate the competition's best XI after their superb runs but there is also room for Napoli, Club Brugge and Wolfsburg stars

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Unai Emery's team became the most successful side in the competition's history by winning their fourth title against Dnipro, who could not keep Carlos Bacca at bay

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The Dnipro coach confirmed the Brazilian does not appear to have sustained a serious problem after an incident in the Europa League final

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The coach felt his side could have done better against Rojiblancos striker Carlos Bacca but ultimately felt that the Spaniards' greater experience proved decisive

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EXCLUSIVE: The Portuguese centre-back thinks the sought-after coach is one of the world's best and hopes Champions League football will help persuade him to remain in Spain

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The Sevilla star was elated after his side won a second consecutive title and thanked Unai Emery for the chance to win silverware with the club

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Relive Sevilla's 3-2 victory over Dnipro in an enthralling clash in Warsaw, with the Spanish side becoming the competition's first-ever four-time winners

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COMMENT: The thrilling second-tier showpiece provided the perfect denouement to Wednesday following the arrests and recriminations which had dogged the build-up to the final

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Two goals from the opportunistic Carlos Bacca saw the Rojiblancos retain their Europa League title, with Grzegorz Krychowiak also bagging a rare goal in his native Poland

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Nikola Kalinic opened the scoring but the Rojiblancos replied through Grzegorz Krychowiak and Bacca, and although Ruslan Rotan levelled, the Colombian had the final word

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The midfielder suffered a blow to the head in the late stages of the game against Sevilla and fell to the ground shortly afterwards

Wednesday 27 May 2015

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Unai Emery's side are hoping to retain their Europa League title when they face Myron Markevych's men in Warsaw. Follow it all LIVE! on Goal

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COMMENT: The Rojiblancos boss stands on the verge of securing back-to-back Europa League victories but has been linked with a move to Italy as an alternative to Carlo Ancelotti

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COMMENT: The whole of Ukraine has cheered on Myron Markevych’s side, who have not won a trophy for a quarter of a century, and they will be well-backed once again in Poland

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COMMENT: The Chelsea manager's words have led him to contradict himself once again and attempt to deny a team well worthy of Champions League football a spot in the competition

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SPECIAL REPORT: A European club final could be played under a roof for the first time in history on Wednesday - and the hosts of Dnipro-Sevilla now have other targets to aim for

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The Ukrainian boss says his team's magnificent run on the continent has surprised even him, but he has grown increasingly hungry for success with every win

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The Basque native says the Europa League final is his only focus but wouldn't be drawn on speculation linking him with a summer exit