Europa League

Friday, May 2, 2014

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The Italy international believes the Serie A champions were unfortunate to crash out at the penultimate hurdle and has conceded the defeat is a huge blow

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Los Che's coach is devastated that his team were downed in stoppage time but refused to be critical of his players after they missed out on the Europa League final

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The 59-year-old shrugged off Antonio Conte's criticisms after Thursday's 0-0 draw in Turin, hailing his defenders' "masterclass" on the night

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The Sevilla coach compared the dramatic late goal against Valencia to the Barcelona star's famous Champions League strike at Stamford Bridge in 2009

Thursday, May 1, 2014

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The Eagles endured a nervous goalless draw with Juventus in Turin while Sevilla saw their first leg advantage overturned before grabbing a priceless last-minute away goal

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Jorge Jesus' men battled to a 2-1 aggregate win with a goalless stalemate in Turin, but his counterpart is unhappy at the way his side crashed out of Europe

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The Portuguese champions held out despite pressure from Antonio Conte's team as the visitors finished with ten men and both side had players on the bench sent off

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Enzo Perez saw red for two yellow cards in the second half but Jorge Jesus' resolute defence held out to dash the Bianconeri's dreams

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Los Che were heading through as Sofiane Feghouli, an own-goal and Jeremy Mathieu set up a home win but a last-ditch attack turned the tie on its head

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As Italian teams continue to struggle in European competitions, the Napoli coach suggests Spanish, German and English leagues have superior match speed

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The defender has emphasised the importance of qualifying for next season’s tournament, stating that it was the players’ duty to fulfill the club’s ambitions

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The former Bianconeri midfielder is expecting a tough battle but expects the Serie A champions to prevail and contest the showpiece on home soil

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Antonio Conte's men can set up a dream final in front of their own fans with a victory tonight, but Al Hain-Cole is backing the rampant Portuguese champions to tear up the script