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  • Winning, not talking, only way to win over Valencia fans - Neville

    Winning, not talking, only way to win over Valencia fans - Neville

    Reuters
    Winning, not talking, only way to win over Valencia fans - Neville

    (Reuters) - Embattled Gary Neville, never shy of an opinion as player or pundit, is tired of listening to his own voice as he tries to arrest Valencia's slide in his increasingly gloomy first foray into management. Valencia have yet to win a La Liga game since the former Manchester United defender took charge in November and some disgruntled fans have called for the Englishman to be sacked. A 1-0 reverse against Real Betis on Sunday, extending Valencia's winless league streak to 12, increased …

  • Ailing Liverpool face West Ham test in FA Cup

    Ailing Liverpool face West Ham test in FA Cup

    AFP News
    Ailing Liverpool face West Ham test in FA Cup

    With a convalescing manager, mounting injuries and fans in revolt against the club's hierarchy, Liverpool's preparations for Tuesday's FA Cup replay at West Ham have been less than ideal. A bout of appendicitis caused manager Jurgen Klopp to miss Saturday's 2-2 draw at home to Sunderland, which saw some 10,000 supporters walk out in protest at rising ticket prices. Dejan Lovren and Joe Allen joined the ranks of Liverpool walking wounded during the game, but the biggest frustration for …

  • Cruyff: Pep Guardiola angetua Man Utd si Man City

    Cruyff: Pep Guardiola angetua Man Utd si Man City

    Goal.com
    Cruyff: Pep Guardiola angetua Man Utd si Man City

    Guardiola atajiunga na Manchester City kwa mkataba wa miaka mitatu atakapoondoka Bayern Munich mwisho wa msimu huu …

  • Top clubs to review Champions League format with UEFA

    Top clubs to review Champions League format with UEFA

    Reuters
    Top clubs to review Champions League format with UEFA

    By Julien Pretot PARIS (Reuters) - Europe's biggest soccer clubs, keen to secure automatic entry into the Champions League, are working with UEFA to review the format of the continent's elite competition. The European Club Association (ECA) represents over 200 clubs including all the major ones such as Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Manchester United and Chelsea. ECA chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has suggested the top clubs should get direct entry into the lucrative …

  • Top European clubs play down talk of Super League plans

    Top European clubs play down talk of Super League plans

    Associated Press
    Top European clubs play down talk of Super League plans

    PARIS (AP) — Europe's top football clubs insist they have no plans to set up a breakaway Super League of elite teams to replace the Champions League. …