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  • Traore & Dolberg must step up in Ajax’s Eredivisie and Europa League fight

    Traore & Dolberg must step up in Ajax’s Eredivisie and Europa League fight

    Goal.com
    Traore & Dolberg must step up in Ajax’s Eredivisie and Europa League fight

    The Dutch giants are in fine form as the season grows more intense, but coach Peter Bosz must find a new balance in his attack as they chase Feyenoord …

  • Swansea's Makelele relishing Chelsea reunion

    Swansea's Makelele relishing Chelsea reunion

    Reuters
    Swansea's Makelele relishing Chelsea reunion

    (Reuters) - Swansea City assistant coach Claude Makelele retains fond memories of his successful spell as a Chelsea player but the Frenchman will temporarily sever ties with the London side when his current team face the Premier League leaders on Saturday. The former Chelsea and France midfielder Makelele spent five years at Stamford Bridge, winning two Premier League titles along with two FA Cups and a League Cup success among his 217 appearances. "Chelsea gave me a lot in my career. …

  • Lewandowski better than Benzema, Suarez, Costa - Matthaus

    Lewandowski better than Benzema, Suarez, Costa - Matthaus

    Omnisport
    Lewandowski better than Benzema, Suarez, Costa - Matthaus

    The best out-and-out striker in the world? Karim Benzema? Luis Suarez? Diego Costa? Lothar Matthaus thinks it's Robert Lewandowski. …

  • 'I shed a tear for Ranieri' - Lineker blasts inexplicable Leicester sacking

    'I shed a tear for Ranieri' - Lineker blasts inexplicable Leicester sacking

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    'I shed a tear for Ranieri' - Lineker blasts inexplicable Leicester sacking

    The Foxes icon was one of many people to be shocked by the coach's sacking and he believes it was the wrong decision …

  • Bayern Munich is now the favorite to win the Champions League

    Bayern Munich is now the favorite to win the Champions League

    FC Yahoo
    Bayern Munich is now the favorite to win the Champions League

    With Lewandowski, Bayern has that look of a European champion again. When Bayern Munich last won the Champions League, the focus and strength of that European side was its dynamic wing play. No, Robert Lewandowski wasn’t scoring goals to save Bayern’s blushes, largely because the Polish striker was still smashing goals for Borussia Dortmund under Jurgen Klopp. …