Friday, December 13, 2013
Barca have signed a mammoth new sponsorship deal and are considering a naming-rights deal for a potential new stadium; Arsenal's time is up and Fifa steps up its doping fight
This article looks back at the contributions and fortunes of the six Nigerian stars playing in the CL Group Stage following the conclusion of the first round.
Thursday, December 12, 2013
After another eventful evening of highs and lows, the number of Champions League contenders was whittled down to 16 and we take a look back at how all of the drama unfolded
The Gunners flirted with elimination on a nervy night in southern Italy and will now have to face one of Europe's most intimidating clubs in the last 16
The competition's leading scorers to date are joined by the likes of Iker Casillas and Philipp Lahm as we recognise the best players from the first six matchdays
Former Super Eagles defender Sam Sodje and his brother Akpo have been named as belligerents in the high-profile match fixing scandal threatening to undermine English football
Following their shock loss at Galatasaray, the Bianconeri will now pay the price for failing to reach the knockout stages of the game's most lucrative competition
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
The Partenopei were incredibly unlucky to be eliminated despite finishing on 12 points, while Massimiliano Allegri's side hung on by their fingernails to progress to the last 16
The Turkish outfit achieved their objective of reaching the last 16, but did so in the most ridiculous of conditions at the Turk Telecom Arena
Goal takes a look at the most eye-catching images for another night of compelling continental action
A revitalised goalkeeper, an impenetrable centre-back pairing, the return of a midfield enforcer and an affirming win in Munich - how the Gunners became such imperious travellers
Rafa Benitez's men face a tough task at the San Paolo, but an effective game plan could see them run the Gunners close for a Champions League knockout place
With a number of players still missing through injury and Fabregas suspended, Gerardo Martino must shuffle his pack for Wednesday's Champions League clash against Celtic
The Dutchman has worked wonders since taking charge of Ajax in 2010 and could revolutionise the Rossoneri, should the Italians decide to part company with their current coach
The trip to Camp Nou will be the last outing for Neil Lennon's side in Europe this term - but what has gone wrong after the highs of last year?
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
The World Cup Draw is a good start for the Super Eagles, but Steven Keshi is right to espouse a cautious approach
The elimination of the Iberian nation's two biggest sides would merely prolong the Primeira Liga's poor recent record in Europe's top competition
The metronomic midfielder’s deal in Turin runs out next June but should the Bianconeri build their future around the ageing World Cup winner?
The Galatasaray boss has repeatedly come up short in the game's premier club cup competition and stands on the brink of going out at the first hurdle for a third year in a row
Marc Wilmots' side are regarded as one of the outsiders for the 2014 World Cup, but the country's clubs have been struggling to make an impact in Europe