Friday, August 28, 2015
The Swans recorded a historic double over Manchester United last season, including victory in the manager's opening game, but the Dutchman says his squad is now more prepared.
Following Thursday's UEFA Champions League draw, Luis Enrique says Barcelona faces a tough battle to retain the title.
The financial muscle of the Premier League is causing an imbalance in Europe, according to Wolfsburg's sporting director.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
More honors for Messi, De Bruyne bound for Man City and Stones staying put - check out all the headlines from Friday's back pages
When will Real Madrid face Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona tackle Roma and Bayern Munich collide with Arsenal? Find out here.
The Champions League draw has thrown up returns to former clubs for the likes of Memphis Depay, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Angel di Maria and Jose Mourinho.
Los Blancos will face Paris Saint-Germain, Shakhtar Donetsk and Malmo, but the Portuguese star is optimistic about his side's hopes of going all the way.
Man Utd secured their return to the group stage on Wednesday and, along with Europe's best, await to find out their fate in Nyon. Follow it all LIVE with Goal
It was an exciting week in the Champions League playoffs as the likes of Manchester United, Shakhtar Donetsk and Bayer Leverkusen progressed
Ander Herrera was lucky to have the chance to impress for Manchester United after almost being substituted early.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Goal rounds up the biggest headlines from Thursday morning's newspapers.
Goal runs through all the teams that will be separated into eight groups in Thursday's draw ...
Astana defeated APOEL over two legs to reach Champions League group stage, becoming the first team from Kazhakhstan to advance that far.
Louis van Gaal praised Wayne Rooney's mental fortitude after the striker ended his Manchester United goal drought with a hat trick.
The striker bagged a hat trick as United secured a place in the Champions League proper, proving that he can thrive if given the service.
After ending his goal drought in fine fashion, Wayne Rooney was thrilled to help Manchester United into the Champions League group stage.
Die Werkself came back from a first-leg deficit to book their place in the group stage of the Champions League with Hakan Calhanoglu, Admir Mehmedi and Karim Bellarabi on target.
The likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona will find out their opponents in the first stage of the competition proper on Thursday. Check out Goal's guide!
Goal took in the action in Belgium, where the Red Devils turned it on in the second half to clinch a resounding win, with Wayne Rooney netting a hat trick to break his drought.
The midfielder grabbed a goal late on to book the Bundesliga outfit's place in the group stage after Admir Mehmedi and Hakan Calhanoglu had scored.