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Pellegrini: We'd rue missing out on title

Richard Jolly | April, 21 2014

Manuel Pellegrini said Manchester City will be “very frustrated” if they don’t become champions this season. • Mooney: Favourites to outsiders City, who have only taken one point from their last two games, trail leader...

Marseille 'agree deal' to hire Bielsa

Ian Holyman, France Correspondent | April, 21 2014

Marseille president Vincent Labrune has declared he has reached "an agreement in principle" with Marcelo Bielsa to become the club's coach next season. Bielsa, 58, is back in his native Argentina after a lengthy stay in France during...

Tottenham hope to keep hold of Eriksen Video

ESPN staff | April, 20 2014

Tottenham head coach Tim Sherwood believes the north London club face a battle to hang onto Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen after his impressive first season in the Premier League. Eriksen has been the success story of a Tottenham spending ...

Benfica win 1st Portuguese Liga title since 2010

PA Sport | April, 20 2014

Benfica claimed their 33rd Liga title on Sunday night with a 2-0 win over Olhanense at the Estadio da Luz. Lima scored in the 57th and 60th minutes to secure the capital club's first title since 2010 with two games to spare. Jorge Jesus' men lost...

Ranieri ready to accept Monaco fate

Ian Holyman, France Correspondent | April, 21 2014

Claudio Ranieri has acknowledged he will easily move on if Monaco decide to part ways with him this summer while the principality club remain circumspect about the Italian's future. Ranieri, 62, assured Monaco of Champions League football next...

Atletico hope 'idol' Torres fails on return

Dermot Corrigan, Spain Correspondent | April, 21 2014

Atletico Madrid midfielder Mario Suarez says he hopes Fernando Torres is welcomed back to the Estadio Vicente Calderon in Tuesday’s Champions League semifinal first leg, but only after the former Colchoneros hero has a bad game against his fi...

Wenger welcomes Ramsey, Ozil returns

Kevin Palmer | April, 21 2014

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted his team have looked "toothless" in their recent matches away from home, but he believes they are getting back to their best as they look to seal another top four finish. • Mangan: Ra...

Everton may lose Distin for top-four battle

Mike Whalley | April, 20 2014

Everton are facing a nervous wait to discover if Sylvain Distin’s hamstring injury will keep him out of their final three matches of the season. • Jolly: Moyes' depressing return The centre-back, 36, was forced off at half-time on Su...

El Shaarawy hopeful of making Brazil

Ben Gladwell, Italy Correspondent | April, 21 2014

Stephan El Shaarawy believes he can make Italy’s World Cup squad after making his first appearance in four months at the weekend. • Paul: Seedorf eyes Europe The 21-year-old has spent most of the season sidelined by a foot injury,...

Messi slump down to rivals - Martino

Dermot Corrigan, Spain Correspondent | April, 21 2014

Gerardo Martino says he is happy that Lionel Messi responded to critics with the winning goal in Barcelona’s 2-1 La Liga win at home to Athletic Bilbao. • Ledwith: Barcelona rebound from tough week Messi’s performances hav...

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