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Barcelona Boss Ernesto Valverde Looks Forward to Champions League Round of 16 After Topping Group D


Jupp Heynckes Insists Bayern Munich Have the Potential to Win Champions League After PSG Win


Jose Mourinho Claims it 'Doesn't Matter Who We Get' After Topping Group A in the Champions League


Diego Simeone Insists Atletico Madrid Not Reaching Champions League Knockout Stage Is No Failure


Kingsley Coman Claims Bayern Are Out for Revenge

Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman has claimed that the Bavarian giants are looking to make a statement to the rest of Europe with a revenge win against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Tuesday evening.

Manchester United fans furious about Marouane Fellaini absence

Man Utd midfielder Marouane Fellaini is out of the CSKA Moscow fixture after suffering injury vs Southampton.
 Marouane Fellaini is out of Manchester United 's Champions League fixture against CSKA Moscow - and fans are furious.
The Belgian midfielder, whose importance to Jose Mourinho 's men has increased in the absence of the injured Paul Pogba , suffered a knock against Southampton when he took a heavy challenge from Saints striker Shane Long.

As a result, he has been left at home, although midfield teammate Nemanja Matic was included in the travelling squad .
suffered boos from a minority of fans last season, but his song has been sung on numerous occasions this term and United fans were left angry that he has been forced to sit out the first Champions League away group game.
Many felt that he did not get fair treatment from referee Craig Pawson, who gave a free kick against Fellaini for having his shirt pulled in the box, while Long's challenge went unpunished

Dortmund youngster Emre Mor gets picture of him and Cristiano Ronaldo printed on his phone case

Dortmund youngster Emre Mor gets picture of him and Cristiano Ronaldo printed on his phone case

Barcelona's Lionel Messi is the best in the world at any position - Luis Enrique

Luis Enrique believes Lionel Messi would be the best player in the world wherever he plays on the pitch after watching the Argentine score the 40th hat-trick of his career in Barcelona's 7-0 win against Celtic.

Barcelona opened their Champions League group stage campaign in fine fashion

Barcelona opened their Champions League group stage campaign in fine fashion as Lionel Messi scored a hat trick and Neymar assisted on four goals in a 7-0 thrashing of Celtic at the Camp Nou.

Top Premier League clubs happy with Champions League format - sources


Chelsea defence can cope without John Terry for now - Gary Cahill

PARIS -- Gary Cahill has said the Chelsea defence can cope without John Terry after the Blues mounted a stubborn resistance in the absence of their injured captain in a 2-1 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of their Champions League round of 16 tie at Parc des Princes.

PSG defender David Luiz does his very best dolphin impression using Flyboard in Brazil

It's pretty safe to say Paris Saint-Germain defender David Luiz made the most of his Christmas break back in his native Brazil.

Petr Cech reveals the Barcelona player he fears most to Piers Morgan

Following Arsenal's 2-1 victory over Manchester City on Monday night, fans have allowed themselves the opportunity to start dreaming about their first Premier League triumph since 2004. However, there is a long season ahead and more than just the league title to fight for. Indeed, just two weeks ago those same Arsenal fans were celebrating an unlikely progression to the Champions League knockout rounds.

Uefa draws in

Arsenal welcoming the defending champions @ the champions league cornerManchester city with an easy draw............
Many more to follow

LVG: Expectations should be adjusted @ old Trafford


The Dutchman has played down the club's Champions League exit, saying things are not as they used to be at Old Trafford and expectations should be adjusted.
Louis van Gaal has issued a warning that
Manchester United should no longer be expected to win consistently.
United exited the Champions League this week following a 3-2 defeat to Wolfsburg, while a 0-0 draw with West Ham last weekend left them three points behind Premier League leaders Leicester City ahead of this weekend's games.
Van Gaal has drawn criticism for his side's languid style of play and lack of attacking vigour this season, with many citing the combination of success and exciting football delivered by Alex Ferguson as proof the Dutchman is not the right man to continue at Old Trafford.

Cristiano Ronaldo reveals 'personal problems' reason for a slow start to the season

Cristiano Ronaldo reveals 'personal problems' were the reason for his slow start to the season with Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted that 'personal problems' affected his form for Real Madrid during the opening weeks of the season.  The Portuguese, who struck four times in Real's 8-0 thrashing of Malmo in the Champions League on Tuesday, failed to score in six of his side's first seven La Liga games.

Giroud hatrick hero in arsenal's comeback

Olivier Giroud inspired Arsenal to complete a Champions League group stage comeback as his hat trick at Olympiakos sealed their place in the last 16.
Going into the game having lost three of their previous five fixtures, the Gunners needed to win by two goals or more at the Karaiskakis Stadium or at least equal the 3-2 scoreline they lost by at home to the Greek champions in September.
With seven key first-team players missing through injury, Arsene Wenger recalled Theo Walcott after his recovery from a calf problem -- but it was Giroud who would produce the goods when it mattered as Arsenal made light work of a seemingly difficult task to seal a 3-0 win.

J milner:There's more to come

James Milner feels there is even more to come from Liverpool after their stunning victory at Manchester City.Jurgen Klopp's rampant Reds knocked City off the top of the Premier League with a comprehensive 4-1 win at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.
Most of the damage was done in a whirlwind opening period as Liverpool raced into a 3-0 lead after forcing an Eliaquim Mangala own goal and with further strikes from Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino.It was some statement by the Merseysiders as momentum continues to build under new boss Klopp while City were left with plenty of questions to answer.Midfielder Milner, who left City for Anfield in the summer, said: "I thought we were outstanding. We pressed them all over the field, created a few chances and I thought we could have had a few more."In the second half we didn't want to keep it tight -- we wanted to keep doing what we were doing and get on the front foot. We wanted to be in their faces.
"We didn't do …

Willian to the rescue

Chelsea picked up a much-needed win with a 2-1 victory over Dynamo Kyiv at Stamford Bridge thanks to Willian’s superb late strike.
The Blues had looked set for another frustrating evening after Aleksandar Dragovic, whose own goal had opened the scoring, took advantage of some poor goalkeeping by Asmir Begovic to equalise in the 78th minute.However, Chelsea were not to be denied with Willian smashing a superb free kick over the wall and into the top corner with just seven minutes remaining to return the Blues to winning ways.
More to come.........

Paul scholes full of praises for united youngster

Manchester United got their first win in four outings last night, with Louis van Gaal giving a full European debut to the young Jesse Lingard who has impressed in recent weeks. Once again the academy product put in another good performance, and he has earned praise from a particular United hero.
Paul Scholes has singled Lingard out for his output in the game, as well as being extremely delighted about he wonderful pass he played in for Wayne Rooney’s goal.
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