England

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

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Leonardo Jardim hailed Monaco's organization as the French club stunned Arsenal in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League last-16 tie.

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The Ligue 1 side offloaded stars last summer and looked ill-equipped for the Champions League, but its dismantling of Arsenal was its best performance this season

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The Barcelona striker insisted he did nothing wrong despite television footage initially appearing to show him moving his head towards the hand of Martin Demichelis.

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The Gunners were beaten 3-1 by Arsene Wenger's former side Monaco in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 clash at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday.

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Goals from Geoffrey Kondogbia, Dimitar Berbatov and Yannick Carrasco secured a shock win for Leonardo Jardim's men to leave the Gunners' Champions League hopes in tatters.

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Tim Howard's calamitous display against Leicester City will not see him dropped by Roberto Martinez for Everton's Europa League clash.

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Chelsea is attempting to help the British Transport Police track down seven men following racist chanting at St Pancras station.

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The Gunners have failed to progress beyond the last-16 stage of the competition in each of the past four seasons but the attacker says he is paying little attention to history.

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The manager is wary of the former Tottenham and Man United man and says he is able to remain playing at the top level due to his great technique and footballing intelligence.

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The 19-year-old midfielder's contract is reportedly set to expire at the end of the season, when he would be free to join a new club much like the Frenchman did in 2012.

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The French side recently clocked up 1,400 minutes without conceding a goal in regulation play and defensive strength is key to its chances of beating Arsenal

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

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The Manchester City goalkeeper hopes his side can beat Barcelona after he saved a late penalty in a 2-1 first-leg defeat.

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It may have been Lionel Messi spotted at a casino earlier this week but Manuel Pellegrini took the biggest gamble with an ill-judged selection, and is lucky to still be in the tie