Saturday, April 19, 2014

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The north Londoners shelled out over €110 million on new players in the summer but their head coach believes they still lack world-class individuals

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The Monaco forward is still recovering from anterior cruciate ligament damage but his surgeon believes he will be back in time to feature at the showpiece in Brazil

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The Liverpool manager feels many overlook the 33-year-old's intelligence and claims he would not swap his captain for any other holding midfielder on the continent

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The Viola boss believes the Serbian has not been afforded enough playing time this season and says he would be happy to take him back to the Artemio Franchi on loan

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The England international will miss the Reds' next three matches after being given a straight red card for a reckless challenge late on against Manchester City

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The Sweden star will miss the Coupe de la Ligue final due to injury and the Lyon midfielder believes his loss could be a decisive factor in Saturday's clash

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The on-loan Porto defender would relish the chance to make his stay in Serie A permanent, but has set his sights on securing European football before discussing his future

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Shipped off to Craven Cottage by Tim Sherwood, the German has showcased the passion Spurs have missed and married it with enough craft to help the Cottagers battle the drop

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The Arsenal manager believes the striker's confidence has been boosted by his goal against West Ham and admits his performances could have been due to fatigue

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The France international has warned his side cannot afford to give Roma any hope in the Serie A title race, while Marco Di Vaio has called for courage from the hosts

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The Welshman insists the Blaugrana's difficult spell on the pitch is as a result of their off-the-field problems coming home to roost this season

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The Catalans are still reeling after being knocked out of the Champions League, seeing their Primera Division hopes suffer a massive blow and then losing the Copa del Rey final

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The Scot was booed by the travelling fans of his former club when the two sides met at Old Trafford in December but insists he is proud of what he achieved at Goodison Park

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Arsene Wenger's men inevitably seem to come together just in time for the end-of-season run-in, and Al Hain-Cole expects them to collect three more vital points against the Tigers

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The Brazilian is confident he will be fit for Barcelona's final game of the season against Diego Simeone's men after suffering a foot injury against Real Madrid

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The Spaniard admits the Scot "had an incredible past" at Goodison Park but wants the spotlight to be on the club's bid for a Champions League place