Real Madrid 3-1 Barcelona

Sunday, October 26, 2014
Real Madrid took the Clasico honours as they beat arch-rivals Barcelona in a captivating game at the Bernabeu. Luis Suarez started for Barcelona after a four-month ban for biting and set up Neymar to arrow in the opener. Barcelona8217;s Lionel Messi spurned a glorious chance before Cristiano Ronaldo equalised with a penalty. ... Read more

Arsene Wenger: Arsenal Manager Sorry For Pushing Jose Mourinho

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said he regrets shoving Jose Mourinho during the 2-0 defeat by Chelsea this month. Wenger entered the Chelsea technical area and pushed Blues boss Mourinho in the chest during the Premier League game at Stamford Bridge on 5 October. Too much importance was given to this story but I should not have reacted ... Read more

Angel Di Maria Wanted Too Much Money To Stay At Real Madrid

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Carlo Ancelotti has been discussing comings and goings at Real Madrid, with Angel di Maria demanding too much to stay. The Argentina international brought a four-year stay at Santiago Bernabeu to an end over the summer when completing a British record 59.7million transfer to Manchester United. Real were reluctant to part with one of their ... Read more

Sir Alex Ferguson Says Louis Van Gaal Needs Time At Manchester United

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Sir Alex Ferguson believes Louis van Gaal will get things right at Manchester United if he is given time after likening the Dutchmans start at Old Trafford to his own. Van Gaal has endured a mixed start to his Old Trafford reign losing three of his first eight games in charge, but United currently sit in fourth place after back-to-back home wi ... Read more

Championship: New Bolton Boss Neil Lennon Won't Rule With An Iron Fist

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Boltons players have been assured by Neil Lennon that he is not a dictator, even if the new manager has already banned hats for training at the clubs Euxton base. The fiery Northern Irishman experienced a string of controversies during a trophy-laden four-year spell at Celtic and, although he maintains that stint helped him mellow, the 43-y ... Read more

Transfer News: Eintracht Frankfurt Hoping To Keep Lucas Piazon

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Eintracht Frankfurt are planning to explore the possibility of extending Chelsea starlet Lucas Piazons loan into a second year. The Brazilian forward linked up with the Bundesliga side over the summer on a season-long agreement. The 20-year-old remains some way down the attacking pecking order at Stamford Bridge and his parent club are eag ... Read more

Morocco Calls For Cancellation Of 2015 Tournament

Saturday, October 11, 2014
Next years African Cup of Nations is in doubt after the Moroccan Government called for the event to be cancelled due to the ongoing Ebola crisis in the continent. The north Africa country is due to host the three-week competition which is scheduled to kick off on January 17. Since the outbreak was first reported in west Africa in March of ... Read more

Czechs Make It Two Wins From Two In Istanbul

Saturday, October 11, 2014
The Czech Republic came from behind to beat Turkey 2-1 and make it two wins from as many matches in Group A of the European Championship qualifiers. Trailing from Umut Buluts early goal, the visitors levelled matters through Tomas Sivok shortly afterwards, before Borek Dockal fired the winner just before the hour mark. Although the hosts d ... Read more

Man City Skipper Kompany Insists He's OK Despite Limping Off For Belgium

Saturday, October 11, 2014
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has calmed worries about his fitness despite limping off injured for Belgium. The defender limped out of Belgiums win over Andorra on Friday in the 56th minute and had strapping on his leg. The fitness of Kompany is seen as imperative to Citys success at home and abroad, but he insists all is fine a ... Read more

Roy Hodgson Has No Plans To Rest England's Raheem Sterling Against Estonia

Saturday, October 11, 2014
Roy Hodgson has no plans to rest midfielder Raheem Sterling for Englands game away to Estonia on Sunday, despite concerns from Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers over the players workload. The 19-year-old played just 45 minutes of Englands 5-0 win over San Marino on Thursday night as he and fellow Reds midfielder Jordan Henderson were taken o ... Read more

Suarez Returns After Bite Ban

Saturday, October 11, 2014
Luis Suarez set up Uruguays goal in the 1-1 draw against Saudi Arabia, as he made his first appearance for the country since his ban for biting. The Barcelona forwards strike came off the post before it was diverted into his own net by Hassan Muath Fallatah. The 27-year-old was initially banned for four months and nine international match ... Read more

Arsene Wenger Unrepentant After Jose Mourinho Row In Chelsea's Win Over Arsenal

Monday, October 06, 2014
Arsene Wenger does not regret his touchline push on Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho in Arsenals 2-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge. The Frenchman entered the opposing managers technical area after a foul by Gary Cahill on Alexis Sanchez and pushed Mourinho away during an angry exchange of words. Eden Hazards penalty and Diego Costas strike sealed ... Read more

Louis Van Gaal: Manchester United Fourth – And We Haven't Even Played Well

Monday, October 06, 2014
Louis van Gaal has warned Manchester Uniteds rivals his side will only get better. A 2-1 victory over Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday moved United into the top four for the first time since August last year. David De Gea stopped Leighton Baines penalty and made three late saves to deny the visitors a point, and van Gaal afterwards admit ... Read more

Ronaldo Nets Record-Equalling Hat-trick

Monday, October 06, 2014
Cristiano Ronaldos record-equalling 22nd La Liga hat-trick helped Real Madrid crush Athletic Bilbao and close to within four points of Barcelona. Ronaldos third treble in four league games drew him level with the tallies of Real legend Alfredo Di Stefano and ex-Athletic striker Telmo Zarra, Headers from Ronaldo and Karim Benzema put Real ... Read more

Juventus Beat Roma To Extend 100% Start

Monday, October 06, 2014
Leonardo Bonuccis spectacular late volley gave Juventus victory in a fiery encounter with title rivals Roma. Carlos Tevezs controversial penalty was cancelled out by Romas Francesco Totti from the spot. Juan Iturbe gave Roma the lead but another contentious Tevez penalty drew Juve level before half-time. With five minutes remaining, ... Read more
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