South America

Sunday, May 17, 2015

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The Argentine has started just 23 matches in all competitions this season and admits he has come nowhere near his best level in his first season in England

Saturday, May 16, 2015

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The Brazilian admits Laurent Blanc's men are shattered after a tough season but that they are still desperate to win the Coupe de France

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Luis Enrique says the striker could still be fit enough to play a part at the Vicente Calderon and insists his players are not motivated by revenge

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The Ivory Coast international admits he has needed time to settle but insists he will show a significant improvement next season

Friday, May 15, 2015

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The famous old stadium is off limits for the time being as authorities sort through Thursday's incident and players and staff react strongly

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The Argentina international has enjoyed a superb season at the Etihad Stadium and has been linked with Real Madrid, but the Chilean has rubbished talk of him leaving the club

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Leonel Vangioni, Leonardo Ponzio and Matias Kranevitter have all been diagnosed with first degree burns, while Sebastian Driussi is having difficulty breathing

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Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Neymar, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller are the latest nominees for the prize, presented by Nissan, for their sensational semi-final strikes

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The Brazil international says his Wolfsburg team-mate can go right to the top of the game and insists there are few better places to be than the Allianz Arena

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South American football was hit by another controversial incident in the continent's biggest game when River players were attacked with an irritant

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The Copa Libertadores last-16 second leg was brought to a premature end after the visiting players were sprayed with a substance as they emerged for the second half

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The Argentine says that his players must understand that he will be ruthless in his transfer dealings as he analyses the season and seeks to continue his five-year plan

Thursday, May 14, 2015

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The Uruguayan trained separately from the squad on Thursday as he nurses a complaint in his left thigh, while Dani Alves also worked away from the main group

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The Catalan says that the Blaugrana would be powerless to prevent one of the star trio departing if they wanted to accept the bigger salaries on offer elsewhere

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To date the two big-name summer arrivals have set Manchester United back the best part of €125 million, and given their decidedly meagre output the figures only get worse