Wednesday, September 24, 2014

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Hammers' vice-chairman Karren Brady says the club would probably decline a ground-share proposal despite Spurs needing a home during their temporary move from White Hart Lane

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

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The Blancos boss was unwilling to disclose his starting shot-stopper for his side's trip to the Madrigal, after Keylor Navas starred against Elche on Tuesday night

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Brendan Rodgers' side were forced to spot kicks after Patrick Bamford netted a penalty in injury time of extra time, but the hosts progressed to the last 16 of the League Cup

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COMMENT: The skipper for the night was shown up once more as the Rossoneri were left chasing the game, with two points being dropped as a consequence

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Fernando Torres and Keisuke Honda got the goals as the Rossoneri came from two down to snatch a draw against their newly-promoted opponents

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The striker says he is concentrating on performing well for the Blancos, after scoring four goals in his side's 5-1 victory over Elche on Tuesday night

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Garry Monk's Swans soared over the visiting Toffees at the Liberty Stadium as the 2012 League Cup winners were able to turn their near complete control of the match into goals.

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The on-loan Chelsea striker and Keisuke Honda earned Pippo Inzaghi's side a point that had looked most unlikely following early goals from Lorenzo Tonelli and Manuel Pucciarelli

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Alexis Sanchez saw his stunning free-kick cancelled out by a Dusan Tadic penalty before Nathaniel Clyne sealed his side's progression with a brilliant 25-yard drive

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The Saints defender hit a fantastic effort to complete the turnaround at the Emirates and knock Arsene Wenger's side out of the League Cup after Alexis Sanchez's fine opener

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The Swans recovered from defeat to Southampton last weekend with an emphatic victory over Roberto Martinez's side, who continue to leak goals after a difficult start to the season

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BVB coach Jurgen Klopp says the defender is ready to make his first competitive appearance since starring for Germany at this summer's World Cup

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Mario Gotze struck twice, while Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller also netted as Pep Guardiola's men moved clear at the top of the Bundesliga

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The Portuguese gave away a penalty but, after Gareth Bale's equaliser, the Ballon d'Or holder then went on the rampage at the Santiago Bernabeu

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The Germany ace helped himself to two goals, while Robert Lewandowski scored a screamer and Thomas Muller netted late on as Pep Guardiola's men got their mojo back

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The Bianconeri boss says the striker, who has not played for his country since 2011, is playing well enough to be brought in from the cold by Gerardo Martino