Champions League

Monday, December 15, 2014

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COMMENT: The 2013-14 winners face an accessible route to the last eight as they face Schalke, but the Blaugrana meet Manchester City again in a tough test for Luis Enrique's side

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The Schalke defender and team-mates Joel Matip and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting are determined to prove they have learned from their thrashing last season

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The ex-Germany international, along with Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery, is confident his side will progress following the draw for the Champions League last 16

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The midfielder feels that the lack of pressure on the French club's shoulders makes them dangerous last-16 opponents for the Gunners

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The former Czech Republic star has the utmost respect for BVB's talented young squad and coach Jurgen Klopp but he was nonetheless relieved to have avoided Europe's big guns

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The Blues beat the French titleholders at the quarter-final stage last season and their Portuguese coach had claimed it would be an ideal tie this term

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The gunners avoided the likes of Real Madrid and Bayern Munich but do not feel as if their progression to the quarter-finals is a foregone conclusion

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Monday's draw in Nyon, Switzerland saw both market leaders handed favourable draws while Chelsea will face Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City will clash with Barcelona

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The English champions will have to deal with the Catalans for the second successive season, while Chelsea were also paired with Paris Saint-Germain again

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The Gunners boss also says his side need a few more wins to completely restore their confidence following their victory over Newcastle but is pleased with the team's current form

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Barcelona, Arsenal, Juventus, Chelsea and more of Europe's best will find out their fate on December 15, when the last 32 of the Europa League will also be decided

Sunday, December 14, 2014

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Saturday, December 13, 2014

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The Dortmund attacker is keen to meet his former club in the latter stages of the knockout rounds and has ruled out a move away from the Bundesliga

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COMMENT: Ajax have been unable to make much of an impact in Europe in the past two decades, but they might return to the top if they keep their current crop of youngsters together

Friday, December 12, 2014

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The full-back was part of the side who lost the Champions League final to rivals Real Madrid last season and is keen to avoid a reunion in the competition with his new side

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Yaya Toure, Max Meyer, Thiago Silva and Andres Iniesta will all continue to star in this year’s competition after their clubs successfully navigated their respective groups