Rest Of Europe

Thursday, August 28, 2014

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Drawn against Benfica, Zenit and Leverkusen, the principality side are not counting themselves out of the running to progress to the last 16

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Join Goal to pick over some tantalising ties for this season's tournament and whether Cristiano Ronaldo deserved to win the Uefa Best Player award

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The Real Madrid star has been voted as the top performer in 2013-14 ahead of Bayern Munich pair and fellow nominees Manuel Neuer and Arjen Robben

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The Argentina international has completed his British record transfer to Old Trafford but his new manager has warned supporters not to expect too much too soon

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The coach has made only a couple of changes to the side that travelled to Brazil in the summer, with the Lyon forward replacing Olivier Giroud in his 23-man panel

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The Croatian lavished further praise on his Argentine team-mate and stressed Xavi's idol status, despite being picked ahead of him for La Liga's opener

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The Gunners are expected to step up their spending after qualifying for the Champions League and the Frenchman says he is always in the market for top players

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The former PSV star believes the Bavarians will only get better and has admitted that winning the Champions League in 2013 lifted a weight off his shoulders

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The group phase of the tournament has become all too predictable and Uefa could consider amendments to the competition's format in order to liven things up

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Spurs came from behind to win the first leg of their Europa League playoff clash in Cyprus last week but here our tipster is backing the home side to score early

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The Welshman says he can enjoy watching the transfer window this year after his protracted move in 2013-14 and says their win over Bayern Munich was their best last term

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The Gunners have been linked with moves for the trio before the transfer window closes, but the Frenchman insists that none of them is currently on his radar

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The Arsenal striker injured his ankle in the 2-2 draw with Everton at the weekend and will miss up to four months, though the Gunners boss may not dip into the transfer market

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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Defender Cosmin Moti saved two penalties in an extraordinary shootout win for the Bulgarians while Malmo overturned a deficit to Red Bull Salzburg to progress

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Cosmin Moti took over in goal after the Bulgarians' first-choice keeper had been sent off, and his resulting heroics helped to see them past Steaua Bucharest

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The Chile international bagged his first goal for the club to send the north Londoners into the Champions League group stages at the expense of the Turkish giants