Sunday, April 20, 2014

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The Eagles were crowned champions of Portugal for the 33rd time thanks to a 2-0 win over Olhanense at the Estadio da Luz

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The Northern Irishman was delighted to see his side pair attacking quality with defensive determination, and he congratulated the squad on securing Champions League qualification.

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The French boss believes Liverpool's title tilt has been aided by only having to focus on the Premier League, while he praised his side's attacking verve against Hull City.

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The Argentine, who took over as Blaugrana boss last summer, says he will accept the blame if such a successful club "stops winning" on his watch

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The Spaniard was delighted to see his side overcome the reigning champions despite having had far less rest than its opponent.

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The Argentine admits the Catalans have only a small chance of winning the Primera Division, but he says they must play with the same spirit they showed in beating Athletic Bilbao.

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The Spain international is upset that "too much is expected" of the Blaugrana No. 10, who proved the Catalans' match winner once again in Sunday's win over Athletic Bilbao.

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The American businessman says he will discuss his future at the end of the season, while he lauded the work of Paul Lambert despite a horde of injuries this season.

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The Red Devils have struggled this season, with the Scot having picked up one ignominious first after another as his first season at Old Trafford continues on a downward curve

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Goal took in the action at Camp Nou, where a two-minute second half turnaround led the Catalans to a narrow win over the Basques, and maintained their title hopes

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Brendan Rodgers's men put themselves five points clear at the top of the Premier League with three games to play, but the striker urged caution

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The England international, sparingly used this term, had been linked with a move away from Old Trafford, but the Scot is adamant he remains "really important" to Manchester United

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Lima hit a double at the Estadio da Luz on Sunday night as Jorge Jesus' side reclaimed its crown from Porto, which had won the past three Primeira Liga titles

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The game in Rotterdam had to be temporarily halted because the Amsterdam club's fans threw flairs onto the pitch after their side opened the scoring through Ricardo van Rhijn

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The former Everton boss returned to Goodison Park to see his side humiliated at the hands of Roberto Martinez's men, as the champions collapsed yet again

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The Welsh midfielder starred in Arsenal's 3-0 win at Hull City and his manager is left wondering what might have been had the player been fit all season.

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The Red Devils were uninspired and comfortably beaten by Roberto Martinez's men, who opened the scoring from the penalty spot and could have had plenty more than two goals

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Goals from Leighton Baines and Kevin Mirallas secured the hosts' first league sweep of the champions in over four decades on a miserable day for David Moyes' side.