Rest Of Europe

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

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Arsene Wenger goes up against his former club as the Gunners look to breach one of the tightest defences in Europe

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The Belgium international was scrutinised over his role in both of Luis Suarez's goals at the Etihad but he says he pays no heed to what the press thinks

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The forward has been criticised by his coaches for getting too emotional when chances are missed, so he is now trying to embrace the Spain international's cold-blooded demeanour

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The Blues right-back says that greater experience of playing in huge matches should stand his side in good stead against Spurs in the League Cup final on Sunday

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The governing body's ethics committee says the medical committee head has no case to answer after a string of corruption charges were levelled against him

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The manager is wary of the former Tottenham and Manchester 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 Amsterdam ArenA coach's sibling suggested it would take a prestigious club to convince him to depart the reigning Eredivisie champions this summer

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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 Toffees ran out 4-1 winners over the Swiss side last week, but the Republic of Ireland international insists they will look to "put on a show" in the second leg

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

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The Scottish Premiership champions face an uphill task at San Siro after conceding three away goals at Parkhead but the Nerazzurri have struggled for clean sheets themselves

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A late Mario Balotelli penalty gives the Reds a slender advantage ahead of the second leg but they have won six of their last seven games in all competitions

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While Arsene Wenger's men are full of confidence in front of goal at the moment, Al Hain-Cole is backing the resolute Rouges-et-Blancs to keep the scoreline down to a minimum