Step Aside German Football as Spain Rules Supreme in Champions League

On Tuesday Real Madrid destroyed Bayern Munich 4-0 in their own backyard, followed 24 hours later by Atletico Madrid who outclassed Chelsea, to set up a sizzling all-Spanish affair in Portugal. As a result, La Liga has been propelled to the top of the European pedestal, and the fact that both teams are from the [...]

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VIDEO: Chelsea captain cries… again

Following Chelsea’s 3-1 defeat at home against Atletico Madrid, captain John Terry was seen crying. This, of course, is not the first time he has been caught sobbing after losing. When he missed a penalty in Moscow that cost Chelsea the opportunity to beat Manchester United to win his club’s first ever Champions League title, [...]

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The biggest wins for the smallest stakes

Some people just have a knack for winning bets.  Whether they know loads about sport or just have lady luck on their side, some win big for giving away little and you can find out more with the campaign to find the best bets. With the Champions League reaching its final stages and the big [...]

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BREAKING: Chelsea face Atletico Madrid in Champions League semi

The draw for the Champions League semi-finals took place this morning and Chelsea were drawn against Atletico Madrid. Real Madrid will face Bayern Munich in the other semi-final.

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Bad news for Chelsea – Courtois will play

After beating PSG to progress to the semi-finals of the Champions League, many Chelsea fans were hoping for a draw against Atletico Madird. Their goalkeeper and one of their most important players, Thibaut Courtois, is in Spain on loan from Chelsea. There had been talk of a clause in Courtois’ contract which meant he wouldn’t [...]

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Paris Saint-Germain prove they are more than just pretenders with victory over Chelsea

Paris Saint-Germain dispelled the belief that the perceived lack of competition in Ligue 1 would hinder their chances in the Champions League with a 3-1 victory over Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea at the Parc des Princes this evening, despite giving up a one goal lead inside the first half. Much was made of the attacking qualities [...]

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PICTURE: Chelsea star in PSG shirt on French TV

Following Chelsea’s 3-1 defeat in the Champions League quarter finals against PSG, Eden Hazard was seen wearing an opponents shirt when interview on French television station, Canal+. Hazard scored Chelsea’s only goal in the game and also hit the post, but after being linked in all the papers with a move to the French club [...]

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Robben: Players dream of Manchester United’s amazing atmosphere

Ahead of the Champions League quarter-final between Manchester United and Bayern Munich, Arjen Robben has talked up the atmosphere at Old Trafford. “Playing in England is always fantastic, and Old Trafford is very special with an amazing atmosphere,” Robben said. “A Champions League quarter-final in these surroundings – it’s the kind of thing you dream [...]

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The Biggest Talking Points from the Last 16 of the Champions League

All Group Winners Progress For the first time in Champions League history, the eight top seeds, and group stage winners, all sealed their places in the quarter-finals, which may not come as a huge surprise given the calibre of each progressed team, however the unpredictable nature of the competition usually results in an unexpected presence [...]

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Real Madrid the Big Winners as English Teams Suffer In Latest Round of Champions League Matches

The first legs of all the last 16 matches in the Champions League have now been played and we are starting to get a clearer idea of which teams might well be heading for glory in Lisbon in May. It proved to be a surprisingly fruitful round of games for the away teams with six [...]

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VIDEO: Arsenal keeper with insulting gesture after red card

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CL Match Night Three – Arsenal let us down and Irresistible Ibrahimovic

Arsenal let down British contingent Of the five British teams competing in this season’s competition, only Arsenal failed to win this week. The Gunners undoubtedly had the toughest match – up against last season’s runners-up, Borussia Dortmund – but they will be disappointed at losing their 12-match unbeaten streak in all competitions. The defeat really [...]

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VIDEO: Manchester United fan scores against Manchester City in Champions League

Zoran Tosic signed for Manchester United in November 2008 before the move was finalised in the January transfer window of 2009. He was given the number 14 shirt and played five games for the first team before being loaned out to Köln. Despite a successful time in Germany, Tosic struggled to get in to the [...]

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Is Erick Thohir what Internazionale need to return them to glory?

With the talk of a boardroom takeover at arguably one of Italy’s biggest clubs having been constant since the beginning of the summer it now appears as if we are ever closer to reaching a conclusion to the saga surrounding Internazionale of Milan. The current owner, the enigmatic Massimo Moratti confirmed in the last few [...]

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Arsenal vs Napoli – Ozil vs Higuain

It’s going to be a football game to remember today as former teammates clash for the first time since transferring from Real Madrid for greener pastures. Following the high profile transfers of striker Gonzalo Higuain and midfielder Mesut Ozil to Napoli and Arsenal respectively, expectations are high for both teams in their upcoming meeting. Here [...]

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It’s Time Levy Backed AVB

Let’s face it. Daniel Levy’s stubbornness in the transfer market in the last 11 months have cost Spurs dearly. Champions League football is yet another year away from White Hart Lane aswell as the daunting possibility of Gareth Bale’s inevitable departure being a year earlier. Daniel Levy haggling during transfer negotiations are world-renowned and has garnered [...]

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Champions League final preview: Marco Reus, the one Bayern Munich regret?

It is not breaking news that this Saturday night at Wembley Stadium in London Town, the Champions League final will be contested by two German teams, the yellow blacks of Borussia Dortmund and FC Hollywood themselves Bayern Munich but it is a fixture to leave butterflies in the stomach. Bayern Munich go into this final [...]

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Q&A with Marco Reus: On CL final, Bayern’s weakness and celebrations

Being part of the Dortmund Champions League final squad is a great position to be in for a professional footballer. Did you seriously expect this when you moved to Dortmund last summer? It is truly an amazing feeling to play in the final of the Champions League with the BVB at Wembley. Ahead of my [...]

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