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  • Gladbach coach Schubert signs contract extension

    Gladbach coach Schubert signs contract extension

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    Gladbach coach Schubert signs contract extension

    Borussia Moenchengladbach coach Andre Schubert on Tuesday signed a two-year contract extension that runs to 2019, a day before his team play Barcelona in the Champions League. Schubert, who took over early last season after a five-game losing start under Lucien Favre, led Gladbach to a fourth place Bundesliga finish and a spot in the Champions League qualifiers. "He led the team to the Champions League and in 34 league games under his guidance we got 65 points. …

  • Klopp demands Liverpool improvement to mount title challenge

    Klopp demands Liverpool improvement to mount title challenge

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    Klopp demands Liverpool improvement to mount title challenge

    (Reuters) - Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has said there is still room for improvement if his team are to mount a serious Premier League title challenge this season despite their impressive start to the campaign. The Merseyside club, who last won the league in 1990, demolished Hull City 5-1 on Saturday to move to fourth in the standings, five points behind leaders Manchester City. Liverpool have won at Arsenal and Chelsea, and thumped champions Leicester City 4-1 this season, with their …

  • Toure brands FIFA 'complacent' after racism taskforce closed

    Toure brands FIFA 'complacent' after racism taskforce closed

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    Toure brands FIFA 'complacent' after racism taskforce closed

    Manchester City star Yaya Toure says FIFA's decision to close a racism taskforce fills him with doubt about the governing body's intentions. …

  • Atletico proved any team can win the Champions League - Alderweireld

    Atletico proved any team can win the Champions League - Alderweireld

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    Atletico proved any team can win the Champions League - Alderweireld

    (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur defender Toby Alderweireld insists his run to the Champions League final with Atletico Madrid two years ago proves that underdogs can compete with Europe's elite and win the competition. The 27-year-old Belgian, who joined the Premier League club from Atletico in July last year, was on the losing side in the 2014 Champions League final when Atletico took on Real Madrid. Atletico had beaten Chelsea, Barcelona and AC Milan to reach the final, however. …

  • Emery expects Ronaldo to stay at Real Madrid

    Emery expects Ronaldo to stay at Real Madrid

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    Emery expects Ronaldo to stay at Real Madrid

    Cristiano Ronaldo has many years left in football but is likely to stay at Real Madrid, according to Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery. …