Italy

Thursday, April 16, 2015

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The home side face the first of five games in 14 days and their opening assignment is against a Partenopei side on a high after a big win over Fiorentina

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The bankrupt Italian outfit are now 17 points adrift of safety after being punished again over their failure to pay their players and staff

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The ex-Oasis frontman is a massive fan of the Eastlands outfit and was very keen to express his gratitude to the Italian for ending the club's title drought

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The Hammers are hoping to tie up a deal with Barcelona for the Cameroon midfielder, but the Italians are looking to strengthen and have previously been in contact with his agents

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EXCLUSIVE: Poor recent results have left the Spanish boss under pressure but the captain is determined to build in Sunday's return-to-form against Fiorentina in the Europa League

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

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The Wolfsburg boss claims his side will face a tough test on Thursday despite Rafael Benitez's men having had a comparatively poor run of late

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The German has come in for some heavy flak after two consecutive defeats but the Viola coach says "something has happened in all of our heads"

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With the iconic German set to leave Dortmund this summer, the race now begins to secure the services of one of Europe's best coaches. Goal looks at his possible destinations

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Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim rants over referee giving Juventus an 'unfair' lead in their Champions League quarter-final, while Allegri denies seeing penalty incident.

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The Tuscans were dumped out of the Coppa Italia by Juventus last week before suffering a resounding Serie A loss at Napoli on Sunday

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The home side face the first of five games in 14 days and their opening assignment is against a Partenopei side on a high after a big win over Fiorentina

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The Monaco boss claimed that Ricardo Carvalho's foul should not have led to a penalty, while he vowed his side will get a better result in the home leg

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The Bianconeri will take a one-goal lead with them to Monte Carlo thanks to Arturo Vidal's penalty but their boss does not believe it will be enough to seal a semi-final spot

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The defender conceded that the Serie A leaders were repeatedly caught on the break in the opening 20 minutes but he argued that they merited Arturo Vidal's spot-kick winner

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COMMENT: The Bianconeri's slender lead should be enough to tee up another successful passage, with the second leg likely to play into their hands

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

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The home side rode an Arturo Vidal penalty all the way to a narrow first-leg victory, with the visitors ruing a few missed chances of their own