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  • Benzema injury gives Hernandez Real chance

    Benzema injury gives Hernandez Real chance

    Reuters
    Benzema injury gives Hernandez Real chance

    By Tim Hanlon BARCELONA (Reuters) - Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema will miss Wednesday’s Champions League quarter-final second leg against Atletico and it would be the ideal moment for Javier Hernandez to prove his worth. The Mexican has had limited chances since his loan move to the Spanish capital from Manchester United but with Real facing an injury crisis he is set to start in attack. Luka Modric and Gareth Bale are ruled out by injury but coach Ancelotti was hoping to have Benzema …

  • Yaya Toure open to 'new challenges' amid Manchester City exit talk

    Yaya Toure open to 'new challenges' amid Manchester City exit talk

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    Yaya Toure open to 'new challenges' amid Manchester City exit talk

    The Premier League champions are willing to listen to offers for the 32-year-old as part of an overhaul of their ageing squad, and the Ivorian says criticism over his form has hurt …

  • De Bruyne wanted by Manchester City, reveals agent

    De Bruyne wanted by Manchester City, reveals agent

    GOAL.com
    De Bruyne wanted by Manchester City, reveals agent

    The Wolfsburg midfielder's representative has met Manuel Pellegrini's men for talks but says he has not spoken to Manchester United over a possible move for the 23-year-old …

  • Luis Suarez and Barcelona lead AP Global Football 10

    Luis Suarez and Barcelona lead AP Global Football 10

    Associated Press
    Luis Suarez and Barcelona lead AP Global Football 10

    LONDON (AP) — Barcelona striker Luis Suarez was first in the Associated Press Global Football 10 player vote on Tuesday, and his team was also at the top of the list. …

  • Aston Villa & Reading charged by FA over crowd trouble

    Aston Villa & Reading charged by FA over crowd trouble

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    Aston Villa & Reading charged by FA over crowd trouble

    According to the governing body, the two clubs failed to ensure spectators entered the field of play during their FA Cup quarter-final victories, over West Brom and Bradford City …