Europe

Friday, February 27, 2015

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The Chelsea and Real Madrid managers have proved themselves capable of wielding great influence over matches from the sideline and will be able to make better use of their squads

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The Fiorentina coach expressed delighted his delight with the on-loan Egypt internatonal, claiming the Italian outfit got the better deal in the transfer of the Colombian

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The Roma boss was shocked after his side's Europa League clash with Feyenoord was suspended in the second-half as the home fans hurled missiles onto the field of play

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The Toffees manager praised his team as they reached the last 16 stage of the competition, after beating Swiss outfit Young Boys by an aggregate score of 7-2 over both legs

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The Germany international has been given permission to return to training next week after a three-week spell on the sidelines with a muscle injury

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The Real Madrid defender rates his current boss as one of the finest he's work with, insisting the Italian's man-management skills set him apart from many of his contemporaries

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The Besiktas boss revealed that, when seven of his players volunteered to take a spot-kick, he was confident his side would prevail over the Premier League club in Istanbul

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The former Swansea City manager admitted he was gutted for the central defender after he missed the crucial penalty as Liverpool were knocked out of the Europa League by Besiktas

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The Fiorentina striker praised his team-mates after they reached the last 16 of the Europa League, claiming that the Italian side are now targeting a place in the final

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The France international, whose boy Saif was born in the country, has revealed that he wants to retire at Bayern and believes Saif could feature for the four-time world champions

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The Tottenham manager confessed that the former Valencia striker's poor attempt in the first half was crucial as the Premier League outfit crashed out of the Europa League

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The former Manchester City manager was unhappy with the number of errors his side made in their 1-0 win over Celtic, despite progressing to the last 16 of the Europa League

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The 21-year-old Belgian forward bagged a first-half brace, while his compatriot Kevin Mirallas also found the net, as the Premier League outfit eased into the next round

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Romelu Lukaku scored twice while Kevin Mirallas added a third as the Toffees eased through to the last-16 of the Europa League at the Swiss side's expense

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The Croatian will likely be treated as the villain after his penalty miss, but it was wastefulness from Daniel Sturridge and Mario Balotelli that cost Brendan Rodgers' side

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The Croatian blazed Liverpool's fifth penalty over the bar in a high-quality shootout to ensure that Slaven Bilic's men overturned a first-leg deficit to reach the last 16

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The Argentine is left counting the cost of his decision to leave Harry Kane on the bench as Spurs bow out of Europe after a shocking error from the misfiring Roberto Soldado

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The Premier League side have one foot in the next round after winning the first leg 4-1 in Switzerland. Follow all the second leg action LIVE with Goal!

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Rafa Benitez is expected to make changes after a 4-0 win in the first leg all but assured his side's progression. Follow the second-leg action LIVE with Goal!

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Fredy Guarin's late thunderbolt was the difference on the night as Inter progressed to the last 16, despite a valiant effort from the Scottish side who had Virgil van Dijk sent off