Wednesday, November 26, 2014

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The former France international believes that while Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are worthy candidates, the accolade should go to one of Joachim Low's men

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The former Basel man insists people are jealous of the Real Madrid superstar, who he feels has already proven himself superior to his Barcelona rival by excelling in England

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The ex-Barcelona attacker has heaped praise on his former team-mate, who broke the Liga and Champions League all-time goalscoring records in the space of 72 hours

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The Gunners have lost back-to-back Premier League matches and threw away a three-goal lead last time out in the Champions League, but the Frenchman retains the star's backing

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The Reds boss has insisted the club are focused on matches, not future players, and is hoping his side can start to reverse their fortunes with a win at Ludogorets

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The Frenchman has revealed that a number of clubs were after him and he was actually on the verge of signing with the Santiago Bernabeu side at one point

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The Bayern winger believes the individual award is no longer decided on achievements and expects Manuel Neuer and Arjen Robben to miss out for that reason

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The Portuguese hailed his team's "complete" performance at the Veltins Arena and believes they have never played better away from home in the Roman Abramovich era

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The Spain international was over the moon with his fellow attackers' successful evening and hopes the Catalans can keep up their fine form

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The 48-year-old trainer was in buoyant form after his troops ensured that they will be one of the eight seeded sides in the last 16 of the Champions League

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The Ajax boss was scathing in his appraisal of the French champions' performance at Parc des Princes, claiming they will need to up their game against the Catalans

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The Swede scored a crucial goal in only his second start since a seven-week lay-off and he insists he remains a long way from 100 per cent

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

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With Schalke thrashed at home by Chelsea in the group's other game, the Portuguese outfit have their Champions League fate in their own hands ahead of matchday six

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The Giallorossi skipper was left frustrated by his side's late concession in Moscow, which threw the race for second spot in Champions League Group E wide open

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An Edinson Cavani double and a masterful finish from Zlatan Ibrahimovic ensured three points for Les Parisiens, keeping them in top spot in Group F with one match to play

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The Argentine surpassed Raul's long-standing mark shortly after Luis Suarez had opened his Blaugrana account and then added two more for his second hat-trick in three days

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The defender side-footed home a cross from Benat to earn the visitors a surprise victory in Ukraine, though the hosts progressed to the last 16 thanks to BATE's loss to Porto

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With the Reds coming into a must-win Champions League game after three consecutive defeats in the competition, the Northern Irishman wants to settle nerves with the first strike