Europe

Monday, April 14, 2014

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The Reds are favorites to record an 11th consecutive Premier League win at Carrow Road on Sunday but their inspirational captain is taking nothing for granted

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The forward has often made the headlines for dishing out his own retribution, but his coach believes it's time referees brought a halt to the physical treatment towards him

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The striker will leave Signal Iduna Park for Bayern Munich in the summer but wants to end his time with the club by lifting one last piece of silverware.

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First half goals from Sebastian Giovinco and Fernando Llorente helped Antonio Conte's men extend their lead atop the Serie A table to eight points with five games remaining.

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The midfielder has adopted a philosophical approach as he continues his recovery from injury by reminding himself of fellow professionals who have returned better players.

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The Brazilian defender will miss the matches with Eintracht Braunschweig, Werder Bremen and Hamburg, but will return for the final game of the season against Stuttgart.

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The Italy international feels it is vital that the Nerazzurri begin challenging in European competitions again and says he is glad to be in the frame for a spot in the World Cup.

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The giants are believed to be among 76 clubs across Europe that will come under the Club Financial Control Body's spotlight this week.

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The England striker was forced off during Sunday's win over Manchester City and the Reds are waiting to find out the extent of his injury ahead of the stretch run.

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The Toffees boss believes his side will need to be at their best to defeat Tony Pulis' men at Goodison Park as they seek to secure a spot in the top four

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The midfielder suffered an injury while on international duty in November but returned to training today alongside Sergio Ramos and Marcelo.

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The 20-year-old suffered a knee injury in PSV's defeat to Feyenoord and has been ruled out for the remainder of the season as well as the tournament in Brazil.

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The Gunners boss believes his side can win the title at Wembley and beat out fourth-place Everton in the hunt for Champions League soccer.

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The Italian coach insists his side will not be affected by its recent 4-3 defeat to the Blaugrana and feels a cup victory will spur it on as it looks to secure the treble.

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The Catalans are not worried by the Argentina attacker's inconsistency this year and are confident he will be back to his usual best in the Copa del Rey final