Premier League News

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  • Mata: United future is bright

    Juan Mata insists the future is bright at Manchester United - but everyone must stick together at Old Trafford.

  • Pochettino considers budget

    Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino believes the club will require significant investment if they are to break into the top six next season.

  • Wenger expects Ozil impact

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is confident midfielder Mesut Ozil can make a big impact on his return to fitness and help the team to a strong finish to the season.

  • Howard signs Everton extension

    Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard will be staying with the club until at least 2018 after being handed a two-year contract extension.

  • Cardiff have faith in process

    Cardiff City say they have "every faith" that their official complaint to the Premier League will receive a fair hearing.

  • Gray still following Fryatt

    Stuart Gray would like to bring Matty Fryatt back to Sheffield Wednesday, but appreciates Hull City may have plans for him.

  • Sherwood: Lamela season over

    Tim Sherwood says record signing Erik Lamela will not figure again this season and still has plenty to prove at Tottenham Hotspur.

  • Ochoa to consider options

    Guillermo Ochoa is to leave Ajaccio as a free agent in the summer and claims he will consider offers from across Europe.

  • Mel: Relegation impossible

    Manager Pepe Mel has claimed it is 'impossible' for West Bromwich Albion to be relegated from the Premier League.

  • Wilson targets strong finish

    Marc Wilson says Stoke are not going to rest on their laurels, as they prepare to face Cardiff City and old team-mate Kenwyne Jones on Saturday.

Champions League News

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  • Ronaldo on the mend

    Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo remains hopeful of being fit for the first leg of the Champions League semi-final against Bayern Munich on Wednesday.

  • Guardiola anxious over form

    Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has warned his players they have "no chance" of reaching a third successive UEFA Champions League final if they carry on playing the way they are.

  • City wait on UEFA findings

    Manchester City may find out later this week if they have been found guilty of breaching UEFA's financial fair play rules.

  • UEFA continues FFP probe

    UEFA is continuing to investigate fewer than 20 European clubs suspected of failing financial fair play rules.

  • Atletico seek Courtois deal

    Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo says he is 'convinced' Thibaut Courtois will play against Chelsea in the Champions League semi-finals, but only if the two clubs reach an agreement.

  • Godin wary of Chelsea threat

    Atletico Madrid defender Diego Godin has admitted that winning against Chelsea in the semi-finals of the Champions League will be "very tough".

  • Ramires dreams of Euro magic

    Chelsea midfielder Ramires is anticipating two fiercely-contested encounters when they take on Atletico Madrid for a place in the Champions League final.

  • Wilkins: Chelsea can win CL

    Ray Wilkins believes Chelsea's 'exceptional' defence gives them a good chance of winning this season's Champions League.

  • Chelsea face Atletico semi

    Chelsea have been drawn against Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League, while Real Madrid meet holders Bayern Munich.

  • Chelsea: Courtois can play us

    Chelsea chief executive Ron Gourlay insists Thibaut Courtois can play for Atletico Madrid in their Champions League semi-final meeting.

African Football News

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  • Iheanacho deal claimed

    Kelechi Iheanacho's father claims that a deal with Manchester City has been agreed.

  • Yaya scoops African award

    Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has been named African Footballer of the Year.

  • Iheanacho set for England

    Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has stated that teenager Kelechi Iheanacho is travelling to England to finalise a move.

  • Keshi warns of Ethiopia threat

    Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has warned his side's long unbeaten record in Calabar will count for nothing when they attempt to book their place in the World Cup finals against Ethiopia on Saturday.

  • Al Ahly retain African title

    Egypt's Al Ahly retained their African Champions League title by beating South Africa's Orlando Pirates 2-0 in Cairo and 3-1 on aggregate.

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