Thursday, March 5, 2015

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Two goals from the in-form Mohamed Salah were enough for La Viola, who ended the hosts' long unbeaten home streak in the first leg of the Coppa Italia semifinal.

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The Newcastle striker will reportedly receive a lengthy suspension after he appeared to spit at Manchester United's Jonny Evans.

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Jonny Evans and Papiss Cisse have each been charged by the Football Association over claims they spat at each other.

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After Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho revealed Nemanja Matic twisted his ankle celebrating the club's Capital One Cup triumph Sunday, Goal takes a look at some of soccer's freak i...

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The Goal Rich List is a unique rundown charting the world's active players and their net worth based on salary, endorsements and assets, as well as taking outside business inter...

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The Liverpool manager fears the England striker could suffer a recurrence of the injuries that have plagued him this season but the forward harbors no such concerns.

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Cristiano Ronaldo came out on top of our annual study into footballers' wealth, and a full explanation shows how the Portuguese pipped Lionel Messi to the No. 1 spot.

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The French forward collapsed early on in his side's match at Tottenham but reassures fans that it "looked much more scary than it was physically dangerous."

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Jose Mourinho's side followed up their League Cup triumph with a solid 1-0 victory away against West Ham, while Liverpool's charge towards the top four continues

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Manchester City's January signing, Wilfried Bony, had a first start to forget against Leicester City, while Ben Foster endured a nightmare evening against Aston Villa

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The Sunderland manager has been charged by the Football Association after his touchline spat with Hull City counterpart.

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The midfielder will miss Barcelona's La Liga clash with Rayo Vallecano after suffering ankle ligament damage against Villarreal.

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The Chilean forward remains impossible for Arsene Wenger to rest and ended a goal drought extending beyond 10 hours to help the Gunners to see off a spirited QPR.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

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The Arsenal manager has lauded his striker for his mental strength following Wednesday's win.