Friday, February 27, 2015

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COMMENT: The Blugrana have shown the best and worst of their football over the last two matches, but will need to triumph against all kinds of teams to win titles this season

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Reports emanating from Spain this week claimed the two men have not spoken in weeks but the goalkeeper insists he has a healthy working relationship with his coach

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After demolishing Young Boys to reach the last-16, the Toffees will take on the Ukrainian league leaders in the next phase of their Europa League campaign

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The French coach believes his side have the advantage over Fiorentina in their Europa League tie, while Vincenzo Montella would rather have avoided an Italian team

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The Bavarians, who have scored 14 goals in their last two league games, take on the RheinEnergieStadion outfit hoping for another big win. Follow it LIVE!

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The midfielder has signed a new contract which could keep him at the club until 2020 and he says he is in the right place to win every trophy available

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EXCLUSIVE: The Shakhtar Donetsk forward confirms that the Blues were in contact in January and admits the squad were "scared" by the crisis in eastern Ukraine

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Not even the Premier League's biggest stars can escape the eternal question of whether the world's most talked-about dress is either white and gold or black and blue...

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The Chelsea manager was incensed by Martin Atkinson's handling of his side's draw with Burnley but is confident that there will be no problems against Tottenham at Wembley

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The Blues face Tottenham in the League Cup final without either the Serbian or John Obi Mikel and their captain says that the rest of the squad must deal with his absence

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The former striker says he explained to the forward why he played so little against Cesena and admits he is desperate to help save Parma

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The Welsh side's boss has encouraged his team to go and win away at the Clarets as they bid to reach the milestone before March for the first time in the Premier League

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The Baggies boss could be without Saido Berahino and James Morrison but might be able to call upon Victor Anichebe, while Ronald Koeman expects the Saints to see a lot of the ball