After 32 long years of waiting, Inter Milan will finally return to the Champions League Final this
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After reports emerged that Arsenal captain Cesc FÃ bregas wants a move back to his boyhood club,
Barcelona, it's now only a matter of time until Gunners' fans receive the news they've been
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It's now 50 years since Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt contested perhaps the greatest
European Cup Final of all-time in front of over 130,000 spectators in Glasgow.
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The FA, in all their wisdom, have done it again. With just weeks to go before another major
international tournament, scandal involving a high-profile member has once again rocked English
football. Except, this time, it has real potential to leave a catastrophic legacy.
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The celebrations went on long into the night in the streets of Barcelona and Milan as two giants
of European football won their respective league titles on Sunday.
Following another hugely impressive year under the leadership of Pep Guardiola, BarÃ§a held off
the challenge of big-spending rivals, Real Madrid, to clinch their second consecutive league
Portsmouth and Chelsea could hardly have had two more contrasting seasons.
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All 32 nations competing in this year's World Cup finals have now released their provisional squad
lists ahead of next month's showpiece tournament. While most of the familiar star names will be
competing in South Africa, there are at least ten high-profile players who won't be featuring this
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With Emmanuel Adebayor poised to seal his lucrative move to Eastlands where he'll join the longest
list of strikers in one city since the 1984 UK miners' strike - does this mark the end of Arsenal's
period of dominance inside the top four? And are Manchester City about to take their place...
Similarly to Manuel Pelligrini at Real Madrid, Mark Hughes has been given a blank cheque to lure
the cream of European football to the City of Manchester Stadium.
May 2009 and Spanish giants Real Madrid had slipped to one of the lowest ebbs in the their long and
celebrated history. A 6-2 home defeat at the hands of arch-rivals Barcelona confirmed to even the
most loyal Madridista that their club was in dire need of a radical reform: from the President, to
the manager, and finally to the players themselves.
"Ronaldo is a good player but he is certainly not the best.
"For me, Ibrahimovic is the best.''
High praise indeed from JosÃ© Mourinho, the coach of Inter Milan and the manager of one of European
football's greatest enigmas, Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The 27-year-old Swedish international can at least be relied on to do one thing - divide opinion
better than any other striker.
Wolfsburg will compete in next season's UEFA Champions League campaign for the first time in their
64-year history after claiming the Bundesliga title last month.
It's been a meteoric rise to success for the German side who, 12 months ago, were celebrating a
fifth place finish in the Bundesliga - their best finish until this season.
As Rome recovers from last night's hugely anticipated Champions League final, and celebrations in
Catalonia finally begin to die down, did last night's match live up to expectations?
For the first 20 minutes, it appeared that another classic final was unravelling in front of us. A
period of early domination from United indicated that the English side would go on to grab a
comfortable victory - just as many of the English tabloids had predicted throughout the week.
One week left then until the most prestigious, showpiece event in European club football takes
place and Manchester United fans have been warned steer clear of certain areas within Italy's
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How UEFA ever came to the decision that hosting the Champions League Final in Rome was a smart
idea is, quite frankly, a rather bizarre mystery.
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