Editorial

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

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ANALYSIS: The Bianconeri re-established themselves as Italy's top team under Antonio Conte but disappointed on the continent - will things be different under Massimiliano Allegri?

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COMMENT: The Argentine has won every trophy for Atletico bar Europe's premier club competition and is eager to capture the biggest prize of all before leaving the Spanish side

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COMMENT: The project at Stade Louis II has been downgraded, but the supporters are not happy the club have not kept their promises

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COMMENT: The Italian needs to find a solution to his side's problems following the sales of Angel Di Maria and Xabi Alonso plus three defeats in the team's last four matches

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Brendan Rodgers' side are back in the competition for the first time since 2009 but the 41-year-old's new attacking signings are yet to click, while defensive cracks still exist

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The Gunners are set for a 17th successive campaign in Europe's elite club competition and Goal casts an eye over what the tournament could hold for them

Monday, September 15, 2014

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Abel Hernandez shone on his Tigers debut, while Mohamed Diame netted against his former club in between a stunning Enner Valencia strike and a Curtis Davies own goal

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The Big Boss remains the right man for the Super Eagles job and the recent underperformance of the team can be traced back to the Glass House

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Cristiano Ronaldo set a new standard for goalscoring in Europe's top competition last season - here, Goal takes a look at the leading candidates to take his crown

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From Manchester United's first win of the campaign to Diego Costa's impressive start at Chelsea - all the best stats from the fourth round of Premier League fixtures

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COMMENT: The Japan international failed to live up to the high expectations at Old Trafford and will be keen to restore his reputation on the biggest stage

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From summer signings to youth prospects, Goal looks at which exciting players are ready to take on the European elite for the first time...

Sunday, September 14, 2014

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Jeremy Menez led the Rossoneri charge in what was a thrilling encounter against Parma, netting twice to ensure that his side took home a much-needed win, despite some late drama

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The Argentina international captured the imagination of the home support against QPR, and was at the centre of Manchester United's most productive play on Sunday

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Goalkeeping heroics from Francesco Bardi were enough to protect a slender one-goal lead for the away side, with Maxi Lopez's goal capping a great team performance and victory

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The Nerazzurri thumped the lacklustre visitors, who were reduced to 10 men in the second half, with hat-trick hero Mauro Icardi the star of the show