‘I want to kiss Memphis Depay’, says Van Gaal

Memphis celebrates after scoring his, and United’s, second goal. Photograph: Jason Cairnduff/Reuters Louis van Gaal admitted he wanted to “kiss” Memphis Depay after he scored twice and created Manchester United’s third in Tuesday evening’s 3-1 win over Club Brugge in the first leg of their Champions League play-off at Old

Pressure On To Beat Brugge – Van Gaal

Manchester United Manager, Louis Van Gaal says the pressure is high but believes in his club and has great respect for qualifier opponents, Club Brugge. He said: “There’s a lot of pressure because our aim is to reach the Champions League and that is what Arsene Wenger mentioned last year”,

UEFA Fines Barcelona Over Pro-Catalan Sentiments

European football’s governing body, UEFA, has fined Barcelona 30,000 Euros after fans displayed pro-Catalan independence flags at June’s Champions League final in Berlin. UEFA says the European champions, Barca, had breached Article 16 of its regulations which prohibits religious, political or racial sentiments.

Chelsea signs Falcao on loan

Radamel Falcao joins Chelsea on loan Chelsea Football Club have announced the signing of Radamel Falcao after agreeing terms with Monaco for the season-long loan.

Barcelona win 2015 UEFA Champions League

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Barcelona Beat Juventus To Win 5th Champions League Title

Spanish giants, Barcelona have emerged Champions of Europe after beating Italian greats, Juventus 3-1 in the 2015 UEFA Champions League final on Saturday night. Goals by Rakitic and Suarez in both halves of the fierce battle seemed to have ensured that Morata’s equalizer would amount to nothing for Juventus before

Messi the man as Barca close on historic treble

Lionel Messi alismanic Lionel Messi remains the driving force of a talented side on the brink of repeating 2009’s historic treble despite a change in their coach and style of football, not to mention a host of players.

Champions League Final: Juventus, Barcelona Arrive In Berlin

Italian side, Juventus and Spanish giants, Barcelona have arrived in Berlin, the site of Saturday’s UEFA Champions League final. Hordes of journalists and cheering fans gathered outside the Hotel Regent in the city centre to greet the Juventus players as they stepped off their coach before entering the hotel.

Messi Set For 4th Champion League Trophy

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Barcelona’s talismanic Lionel Messi remains the driving force of a talented side on the brink of repeating 2009’s historic treble despite a change in their coach and style of football, not to mention a host of players. The Argentine provided the magic and invention six years ago when Barca became

Bayern, Barcelona Do-Or-Die Battle Tonight

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There is no doubt that Bayern Munich need a performance of extraordinary measures if they are to overcome Barcelona in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final tonight. Barcelona were 3-0 winners in the first leg last week, with a brace from Lionel Messi and late Neymar effort leaving

Schalke axe Boateng, Sidney Sam after loss

Kevin-Prince Boateng Schalke 04 released midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng and striker Sidney Sam on Monday following the 2-0 Bundesliga defeat by Cologne which put their European place for next season at risk.

Champions League: Bayern Munich Won’t Give Up – Guardiola

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Bayern Munich are not giving up hope as they go into their Champions League semi-final second leg against Barcelona on Tuesday night. Although they trail the Spanish giants 3-0, they believe it is still only half-time in the clash between two of Europe’s leading clubs.