Tuesday, September 16, 2014

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SPECIAL REPORT: The Liverpool manager's tactical knowledge, man-management style and fierce ambition have led the Reds back into the competition for the first time in five years

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The Dutch coach insists that his side can spring a surprise against the Ligue 1 champions while Niklas Moisander is confident of keeping Zlatan Ibrahimovic quiet

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ANALYSIS: The Gunners put in a resilient performance last November which hinted at big things to come, but could be without the defensive players required to repeat the trick

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The club make their return to the competition on Tuesday night for the first time in four years, but their manager insists their history means they are still a big threat

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The French side have not won away from home this season and the Dutch defender expects Wednesday's opponents to put them under a lot of pressure

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The coach has stressed the importance of not underestimating the Cypriot side and admitted winning the Champions League is not his main priority this season

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The Portuguese reveals the Blues are in talks over a new long-term deal for the Belgian and has backed him to achieve greatness if he commits to staying at Stamford Bridge

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Jose Mourinho looks to continue his side’s 100 per cent winning start to the season as they open their Champions League account against a Knappen team struggling for form

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Despite neither side hitting top gear so far this season our tipster expects the Premier League holders to give a good account of themselves on a familiar European stage

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The Barcelona pair combined to give Luis Enrique's side victory over Athletic Club, while the Atletico midfielder helped inspire a win over Real Madrid in the derby

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The Reds will end a five-year absence from Europe's elite club competition when they welcome Bulgarian champions Ludogorets to Anfield on Tuesday

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The Liga champions remain one of the best defensive units in Europe and, with the Greeks having lost some of their firepower, Phil Kitromilides believes Atleti can shut them out

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The Reds boss insists the €20 million signing, who won the competition in 2010, is working hard to ensure he will make an impact in Europe's elite club competition this season

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The Brazil-born Spaniard has seven goals already this season and is set to face a side beset by injury problems