Thursday, April 24, 2014

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The young defender hopes the Argentine will remain at Camp Nou next season after a turbulent first year in charge during which they have fallen back in the race for La Liga title

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The Colombian forward is determined to help the Spanish club win the competition for a third time in eight years as they prepare to face Valencia in the semi-finals

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Silvio Berlusconi's company, Fininvest, insists that it will not relinquish control of the club, despite reports of a €500 million (£411.4m) offer for the Italian giants

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The former president of Los Blancos has little doubt that the Italian coach will stay put and feels that the Red Devils had no choice but to sack manager David Moyes

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The world governing body, headed by Sepp Blatter, has been told to seek conclusive answers rather than avoid tough questions in its continued battle for credibility

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The Iberian nation could overtake the Italians in Uefa's coefficient rankings and, while the move may be temporary, the downward trajectory of Serie A's clubs is alarming

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The German goalkeeper believes that Pep Guardiola's men did enough to earn a better result at the Santiago Bernabeu and is determined to turn things around in the second leg

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The former Netherlands international would welcome the chance to return to the Camp Nou side after a previous successful spell as a player

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Carlo Ancelotti's side saw less of the ball in their Champions League first-leg win over Bayern Munich, but won the game and took a significant step towards their main objective

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The attacker could be part of the squad for the first time in 2014 as Clarence Seedorf looks to continue the Rossoneri's great run against Rudi Garcia's side

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The ex-Arsenal star feels his compatriot could become one of the best around in the game and thinks the World Cup could be crucial in his development

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The France international is optimistic about his side's chances of making it to Lisbon in the wake of their 1-0 win over Bayern

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Liverpool look set to win their first top-flight title since 1990, built by the hands-on approach of Brendan Rodgers on a vastly inferior budget

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The ex-Barcelona boss was unable to continue his excellent record at Santiago Bernabeu but insists he was proud of his players despite their defeat

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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 Bavarian giants' honorary president praised Real Madrid for their 1-0 win but felt the visitors offered little going forward

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The Italian believes the Champions League holders played into his side's hands and praised Cristiano Ronaldo for his efforts upon his return from injury

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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