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Holders Real Madrid will meet Atletico Madrid in the Champions League quarter-finals, while Barcelona face Paris St-Germain.
Guardiola: Torres perfect for Atletico The coach lauded Diego Simeone's decision to bring the former club captain back to the Vicente Calderon and believes they pose a threat to Bayern's Champions League chances By Miles Chambers Jan 16, 2015 23:36:00 Former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola believes that Atletico Madrid have hit the jackpot by bringing Fernando Torres back to the Vicente Calderon. Torres left La Liga for Liverpool in 2007, one year before Guardiola famously took the reins at Camp Nou, and returned earlier this month on loan from AC Milan having flopped at San Siro and Chelsea before that. Football pundits and fans were split over whether Torres would burden another club with his lack of goals, but he stunned arch-rivals Real Madrid on Thursday by scoring a double to knock the holders out of the Copa del Rey at the last-16 stage. Guardiola, who now coaches Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich, believes that the Spain international is perfectly suited to life under Diego Simeone's wing in Madrid. ...
Ronaldo’s 54 goals, Messi’s 21 assists, Neuer’s 28 clean sheets – The Ballon d’Or trio's remarkable records Ballon d'Or 2014: LIVE! The 2014 Ballon d'Or will be decided in Zurich on Monday, with Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Manuel Neuer all battling for the top prize. Ronaldo, who is the current Ballon d'Or holder, scored 17 goals as Real Madrid won their 10th Champions League title, overcoming Atletico Madrid 4-1 after extra-time in the final in Lisbon. Messi meanwhile scored four times as Argentina reached the World Cup final, only to be defeated by Germany and a Mario Gotze goal in the Maracana in Brazil. Manuel Neuer was on the right side of that result, his stellar performances for Germany guiding his nation to their fourth World Cup crown. Other awards handed out at the ceremony include the Coach of the Year, where the three candidates are Real Madrid's Carlo Ancelotti, Atletico Madrid's Diego Simeone, and Germany boss Joachim Low. The Goal of the Year Award will also be decided, w ...
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Milan 'tracked Cerci for Years' President Silvio Berlusconi reveals Milan “had been tracking Alessio Cerci for three years.” The new signing was present after his first training session, arriving on an 18-month loan from Atletico Madrid in exchange for Fernando Torres. “We have a new arrival that really pleased me, because we had been tracking Cerci for three years,” Berlusconi declared. “Finally he arrived and already promised me he’ll shave off his beard ahead of the next game. “I believe we absolutely have the chance to impose ourselves as the best Italian team of 2015. We must take every game as if it’s the most important and underestimate nobody, starting from Sassuolo on Tuesday. “We must always step out there with the intention of dominating the game, dominating possession and scoring a ton of goals. We have the possibility with this squad and especially our forwards. “I also complimented El Shaarawy on the phone for his brace against Real Madrid. It was a wonderful performance ...
Ronaldo Voted Europe’s Top Footballer Portuguese football phenomenon Cristiano Ronaldo was voted by European sports reporters Europe’s best football player for the second year in a row. The results of the survey, carried out by Uruguay’s El Pais daily and released Tuesday, showed 89 of the 144 reporters queried named the Real Madrid forward as the region’s top player, reports Xinhua. German goalie Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich) and Argentina’s Lionel Messi (Barcelona) came in distant second and third places, with 19 and 16 votes, respectively. Ronaldo “was again the grand star (of Real Madrid), winning the coveted Champions League title for the tenth time,” the daily said. Real Madrid also lead the Spanish League’s 2014—2015 season with a total of 25 goals, the daily added. In other categories, the title of Europe’s best coach went to Argentina’s Diego Simeone, who coached Atletico Madrid to victory in the Spanish 2013—2014 season and the final of the Uefa Champions League. Simeone, ...
West Brom boss Alan Irvine could be sacked on Monday after Baggies fans turned on him and his coaches after Sunday's 2-0 defeat at Stoke City made it seven losses in nine games Arsenal are planning a cut-price £4million January move for West Ham defender Winston Reid. Arsene Wenger is preparing to meet Sporting Lisbon's £20m asking price to bring midfielder William Carvalho, 22, to the Emirates in January. Arsene Wenger has refused to rule out releasing forward Lukas Podolski, 29, in January after the German admitted to being frustrated at a lack of first-team opportunities. Meanwhile, Lukas Podolski moved a step closer to leaving Arsenal after the Gunners held talks with Inter technical director Piero Ausilio. The Italian side are willing to offer £6 million for the German, who is also wanted by Galatasaray and Atletico Madrid. Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez, 26, says travelling to Champions League fixtures and Chile internationals has distracted him in his attempts to learn English, but insists he le ...
Athletic Bilbao 1-4 Atletico Madrid: Griezmann fires in hat-trick as champions storm to victory Mikel Rico gave the home side the lead after 17 minutes but Diego Simeone's men responded in ruthless fashion to keep their title challenge firmly alive Antoine Griezmann scored a hat-trick as Atletico Madrid came from a goal down to smash Athletic Bilbao4-1 at San Mames on Sunday. The former Real Sociedad man scored three goals in four La Liga games against rivals Bilbao prior to joining the Spanish champions and continued that streak as Atletico came from a goal down to end 2014 on a high. The Champions League runners-up looked set to end a famous year with disappointment as Mikel Rico's first goal of the season handed the hosts a deserved early lead. However, Ernesto Valverde's men failed to build on that in the remainder of a first half they largely dominated and were made to pay when Griezmann equalised less than a minute after the interval. A slick Atleti move ended with Juanfran's delivery, allowing the ...
Sergio Ramos set Madrid on the road to victory in both the semi-final and the final, thanks to the same strength, determination and positional awareness he displayed when scoring the dramatic late equaliser in the Champions League final against Atletico Madrid. The adidas Golden Ball award he received after the tournament was a fitting reward for this goalscoring defender’s heroics. “It has been a really memorable year for me, and I'm delighted to have been able to contribute goals in important matches. It’s the happiest phase of my life, both on a personal and professional level," said Ramos. "I can’t ask for much more than this, but tomorrow I’ll start to think about our next trophy. We know this team can keep on achieving great things.” In terms of making history, Real, who have now equalled Milan’s record of four World and Intercontinental Cup wins, a number of players had special reason to celebrate: Iker Casillas, as the only survivor from the team that came fourth in 2000; Toni Kroos, ...
Cristiano Ronaldo's celebration after scoring his goal against Atletico Madrid in Champions League final.
Chelsea return to Premier League duties this weekend, against struggling Hull. It will be their first domestic match since their first defeat of the season, against Newcastle last weekend. And Cahill says they go into the Tigers match in good heart after Wednesday night’s 3-1 victory over Sporting Lisbon. "We're a good team," Cahill said. "We're certainly playing well. "That unbeaten run that lasted so long, where we are in the league this season and how we're playing - I'm sure people will have taken a lot of notice of that. "We're dangerous. I'm sure teams won't want to come up against us. But there are loads of dangerous teams going into the next round." Chelsea are bidding for a second Champions League title in four years in Berlin in June after their 2012 triumph in Munich. The Blues, who were beaten by eventual runners-up Atletico Madrid last term, could be drawn on Monday against Juventus, Basle, Bayer Leverkusen, Paris St Germain or Shakhtar Donestsk in the first knockout round. "It was crazy wh ...
Champions League last 16: Who can we play? With the group stage of the Champions League now having come to an end, attention turns to the draw for the first knockout round, which is due to take place next Monday at 11am in Nyon. Here, the official Chelsea website takes a look at which teams Jose Mourinho’s side could potentially be drawn against. The rules of the competition stipulate that, at this stage, we cannot be drawn against teams from the same country or any team that was in our group, ruling Arsenal, Manchester City and Schalke out. The Blues topped Group G, ensuring we are guaranteed to play the second leg of the next round at Stamford Bridge. Juventus The Italian side, managed by Massimiliano Allegri, finished three points behind Atletico Madrid in Group A and have won the competition twice previously, most recently in 1996. They are currently three points clear at the top of Serie A having lost just once all season, with familiar players such as Arturo Vidal, Paul Pogba and Carlos Tevez in t ...
The probablity of facing each team in the round of 16 of the Champions League for Arsenal: Atletico Madrid: 14.438% Barcelona: 14.659% Bayern Munich: 24.048% Monaco: 17.981% Porto: 14.438% Real Madrid: 14.438%
Morning - here is a review of Last Nights Champions League action - followed by a preview of what is to come tonight! Last Night: Juventus qualified in second place from Group A with a goalless draw at home to group winners Atletico Madrid. As a result Olympiacos missed out on the last 16 despite easing past Malmo 4-2 in Greece. In Group B Liverpool’s Champions League dreams were dashed at home to Basel, who took an early lead through Fabian Frei and held on for a 1-1 draw, after Liverpool went down to 10-men and equalised late on through a Gerrard trademark free-kick. Real Madrid cruised to a 4-1 win at home to 10-man Ludogorets with goals from Ronaldo, Bale, Arbeloa and Medran completed proceedings. Monaco won comfortably against Zenit 2-0 to win Group C while Leverkusen could only manage a goalless draw at Benfica, which gifted Monaco first place in the group. Borussia Dortmund claimed top spot in Group D with a satisfactory 1-1 home draw against Anderlecht while Arsenal thrashed Galatasaray 4-1 in T ...
Paris St Germain striker Edinson Cavani, 27, wants to move to Arsenal in January. • Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri, 27, has admitted he faces an uncertain future at the Etihad. • Manchester United have suffered a blow in their pursuit of Atletico Madrid defender Diego Godin, with the Spanish champions insisting the 28-year-old is not for sale. • Alternatively, Atletico Madrid have told Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal that he must meet Godin's £28.5m buyout clause if he wants to land the defender in January. • Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed that Mario Balotelli is likely to miss his side's crucial Champions League clash with Basel on Tuesday due to injury. • West Ham's 26-year-old defender Winston Reid, who is out of contract in the summer, is demanding a huge wage rise to remain with the Hammers and could be sold in January, with Arsenal and Liverpool among his suitors. • Arsenal scout Gilles Grimandi has been watching Monaco's £15m-rated left-back Layvin Ku ...
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EPL- Newcastle break Chelsea's unbeaten streak: Chelsea's unbeaten start to the season ended in a dramatic 2-1 loss at Newcastle United on Saturday when Papiss Cisse struck twice to stun the Premier League leaders at St James' Park. Arsenal's hopes of a third successive victory were dashed in a 3-2 defeat at Stoke City where they trailed 3-0 at halftime and Liverpool were held to a 0-0 home draw by Sunderland. Undefeated in 23 matches in all competitions since April's Champions League semi-final against Atletico Madrid, Chelsea proved far from invincible as 10-man Newcastle survived a late barrage to prevent the visitors setting a record unbeaten run. Few could deny Newcastle a deserved win that lifted them to seventh in the table, although Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said his side had been unlucky to lose. The hosts lost goalkeeper Rob Elliot to injury at halftime, replaced by young rookie debutant Jak Alnwick, and had to man the barricades with only 10 men when Steven Taylor was dismissed after gettin ...
Mario Mandzukic "heads up" the Atletico Madrid player ratings with a hat trick vs. Olympiakos.
TRANSFER GOSSIP Manchester United are keen on Atletico Madrid central defender Diego Godin with boss Louis Van Gaal not ruling out meeting the 28-year-old's £28m buy-out clause with the Spanish side. (Daily Telegraph) An unnamed Qatari side have bid £9.5m for Abdul Majeed Waris, 23 - believed to be a target for Manchester United after assistant manager Ryan Giggs travelled to Turkey to watch the Trabzonspor striker in a Europa League fixture. (Daily Star) Diego Godin Uruguay defender Godin has 85 caps Former Everton and Manchester United boss David Moyes is considering Stoke City midfielder Charlie Adam, 28, as his first signing for Real Sociedad. (Fichajes.net - in Spanish) Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini will not make a decision on seeking to extend 36-year-old midfielder Frank Lampard's loan spell from New York City beyond January until after the Etihad side's final Champions League group match against Roma next week. (Daily Telegraph) Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger is set to offload forward ...
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Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Manuel Neuer have been named on a three-man shortlist for this year's Ballon d'Or prize, Fifa has announced. The three were chosen from an initial 23-man list, which included Gareth Bale, and the world player of the Year Award will be announced on 12 January. Nadine Kessler (Germany), Marta (Brazil) and Abby Wambach (USA) were shortlisted for the women's award. Real Madrid forward Ronaldo won the Ballon d'Or in 2013. Meanwhile, Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti, Germany's World Cup winning boss Joachim Low and Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone are on the shortlist for the Fifa coach of the year. Portugal international Ronaldo 29, scored 51 goals in the 2013-14 season while helping Real Madrid win the Champions League. He beat Bayern Munich's Franck Ribery and Barcelona's Messi to the 2013 award. Four-time winner Messi, 27, won the honour in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Ballon d'Or winners 2013: Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) 2012: Lionel Messi (Barcelona) 2011: Lionel ...
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, who have between them won the past six world player of the Year Awards, face opposition from Germany’s World Cup winning goalkeeper Manuel Neuer in the short list announced by FIFA on Monday. Ronaldo, who is the present holder of the title having also won it in 2008, scored a record 17 goals in a Champions League campaign as Real Madrid went on to win their 10th European Cup last term. Messi, the only player to have won the award four times, failed to win a title this year either with Barcelona or Argentina, although he was integral in his country reaching the World Cup final where they lost 1-0 in extra-time to Germany. The 27-year-old did pick up the consolation of player of the tournament. Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring. AFP PHOTO Neuer, who was outstanding in goal for Germany and for Bayern Munich as they won the domestic double, would be only the second goalkeeper to win the award, which is announced on January 12 in Zurich, after t ...
Ronaldo is targeting consecutive crowns after winning in 2013. The Portuguese forward helped Real Madrid end their hunt for an elusive Decima – a 10th Champions League crown – starring as they thrashed Bayern Munich in the semi-finals before notching a late penalty against Atletico Madrid in the final. Neuer made a string of impressive displays en route to Germany lifting the World Cup.
The star trio will hope to emulate Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in this year's team, having been shortlisted for a place in the illustrious side The shortlist for the forwards in Fifa's FIFPro World XI has been announced, with Sergio Aguero, Wayne Rooney and Diego Costa all nominated from the Premier League. The Manchester City striker leads the way, having helped his side win the Premier League in 2013-14, though injury curtailed his World Cup. Aguero has also hit the ground running this term, scoring 17 goals in 19 appearances. Rooney, meanwhile, was a rare bright spot under David Moyes, and has impressed under Louis Van Gaal, having scored his first ever World Cup goal for England at the World Cup. Costa will also fancy his chances of inclusion, with his goals last season propelling Atletico Madrid to the Champions League final, and his start under Jose Mourinho cementing his position as one of the finest strikers in world football. The Brazil-born Spain international has hit ...
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Croatia striker Mario Mandzukic blasted a hat-trick as last year's beaten finalists Atletico Madrid booked their place in the knock-out rounds of the Champions League.
UEFA announce Team of the Year shortlist with just SEVEN out of 40 from Premier League CHELSEA, Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City have all had players nominated for UEFA's Team of the Year. Blue duo Thibaut Courtois and Diego Costa - who spent the first half of the year at Atletico Madrid - are among those nominated. Man City's Vincent Kompany, Pablo Zabaleta and Yaya Toure make the cut while Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez and Man United's Angel Di Maria are also involved. But former Liverpool star Luis Suarez has been snubbed and misses out. Gareth Bale, who helped Real Madrid clinch thier tenth European crown is in involved and competes with the likes of Thomas Muller, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and and Karim Benzema. Of the seven Premier League players, only City's three were in the league last year while the other four joined in the summer. Six World Cup winners, seven Champions League winners, nine Bayern Munich players, eight Real Madrid, three Barcelona You can vote for your team on the website. Her ...
TRANSFER GOSSIP Daily Star Sunday back page Manchester United have agreed a deal with Bayern Munich which would see Spanish summer signing Ander Herrera, 25, depart for Germany in exchange for £7m and another midfielder - Switzerland international Xherdan Shaqiri, 23. (Express) Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid are willing to accept a £20m offer from Manchester United for 30- year-old Brazil centre-back Miranda. (Daily Star Sunday) Everton are set to offer £10m for Basel striker Breel Embolo, 17, who came to their attention in the Swiss club's win against Liverpool in the Champions League in October. (Sun - subscription required) Chelsea are lining up a £20m summer move for Everton's 26-year-old Republic of Ireland right- back Seamus Coleman. (Mail on Sunday) Liverpool's 32-year-old England striker Rickie Lambert, a £4m signing in the summer, could return to his old club Southampton on a six- month loan deal in January. (Express) And the Reds are preparing a £10m bid to sign England Under-21 winger Nathan ...
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Real Madrid cruise at Liverpool while Arsenal rally for late victory Real Madrid cruised to a win at Liverpool, while Arsenal rallied for a late win and Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund posted big shutouts in the Champions League on Wednesday. Cristiano Ronaldo's 70th Champions League goal and a double from Karim Benzema guided Real Madrid to a 3-0 win over Liverpool as the reigning champions notched a third straight victory in Group B. All the goals came in a devastating 18-minute spell in the first half at Anfield, with Ronaldo moving to within one goal of Raul's record tally in the competition by flicking in a superb opener in the 23rd minute. The goal punctured Liverpool's bright start and Real took control, with Benzema heading in the second in the 30th minute and then making it 3-0 from close range. Mario Balotelli's miserable start to his Liverpool career continued as he was substituted at halftime -- and swapped shirts with an opponent while walking to the dressing room. Kieran Gibbs and Luka ...
Madrid have confirmed on their official website that Gareth Bale has suffered a hip injury, placing him in doubt for this week's Champions League match versus Liverpool and the Liga game against Barcelona at the weekend. Bale was already left on the bench during Madrid 's 5-0 win over Levante on Saturday and he now looks set for a spell on the sidelines. "After Gareth Bale was tested by Real Madrid's Sanitas health services, he has been diagnosed with an injury in the right piriformis muscle," a club statement reads. Bale has developed into a key figure at Madrid ever since joining the Santiago Bernabeu side since joining them from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2013. The Welshman netted 22 goals in 44 appearances in all competitions last term, including one in the 4-1 Champions League final win over Atletico Madrid in Lisbon. He has scored five goals in 12 games so far in 2014-15 season.
IS JOSÉ BUILDING THE GREAT ENTERTAINERS FOR ABRAMOVICH? ~ HAVING SCORED 16GOALS BUT CONCEDED 7. Jose Mourinho might not appreciate the comparison but right now his Chelsea team more closely resemble Newcastle United in their heady days under Kevin Keegan than anything he has assembled before. Chelsea so far are the great entertainers&have scored&conceded more goals after 5 matches than any previous Mourinho team. Wednesday night’s 1-1 draw vs Schalke in the Champions League means Chelsea have found the net 16 times but had their own defence breached on 7 occasions. For a man so focused on tactical tightness that total is anathema to Mourinho,even if his side remain unbeaten. Only in his 2011-12 season at Real Madrid has Mourinho started a season anywhere like this 1 at Stamford Bridge. Back then after 5games in all competitions Real had scored 15goals&conceded 6. Ominous signals for the Premier League chasing pack; Real won La Liga that season,scoring a frankly ridiculous 121 times for a plus 89goal di ...
Champions LeagUE WEEK ONE 1. ONLY Sir Alex Ferguson has taken charge of more Champions League games(190) than Arsene Wenger (161). (Strategist) 2. Atletico Madrid conceded only 3 goals during the entire Champions League group stage in 2013-14, but have conceded 3 in their first game in 2014-15. (Change) 3. Mario Baloteli has scored only 8 goals in the Champions League but they have come for 4 different clubs. (Journeyman) 4. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 53 goals in 52 Champions League games for Real Madrid. (CR7) 5. Steven Gerrard is the 4th English player to score 20+ Champions League goals after Rooney (29), Scholes (24) & Lampard (23). (Golden) 6. Xavi equals Raul as the player with the most Champions League appearances (142) . (Legend) 7. Didier Drogba is Chelsea's top scorer player in the Champions League with (34) goals. He will be hoping to score in this seasons Champions League for the 12th season in a row. (Legend) 8. Gervinho has scored as many goals in one Champions League (2) for Roma as he di ...
Costa will face City vows Mourinho 2014-09-19 19:31 Cobham - Diego Costa will face Manchester City on Sunday despite Jose Mourinho admitting the Chelsea striker needs rest to clear up a hamstring problem. Mourinho revealed this week the forward started Wednesday's Champions League clash with Schalke on the bench because Costa's condition means he is unable to play more than once a week. But the striker, who suffered the injury during the recent international break with Spain, will return to the starting line-up at the Etihad Stadium as Chelsea seek to extend their perfect start to the Premier League season with a fifth successive win. Costa has scored seven goals in four Premier League games following his is 32 million ($53.1 million) pre-season move from Atletico Madrid, highlighting why Chelsea manager Mourinho is so keen for the forward to start against City. Mourinho, though, conceded Costa's starting appearance against Premier League champions will mean he is unable to face Bolton in next week's Leag ...
Stamford Bridge UPDATE Cristiano Ronaldo Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has hinted that a move for Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo will not be forthcoming. The Special One has been linked with a swoop for the Portugal international, having worked with him during his time in charge of Madrid. But Mourinho says his relationship with the 29-year-old is well and truly over. Ronaldo's former club Manchester United are reportedly lining up a mega-money bid to bring him back to Old Trafford next summer. Diego Costa Didier Drogba insists Diego Costa is just the striker Chelsea have needed since he left the club. Drogba left Chelsea in 2012 after hitting the winning spot-kick in the Champions League triumph over Bayern Munich. Costa, a £32m summer signing from Atletico Madrid, has enjoyed a blistering start to the season scoring seven goals in five matches. And Drogba said: "He's the striker we needed this season." NO GO: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinh o has distanc ed himself from a swoop for ...
Liverpool FC face a daunting draw in the Champions League on Thursday. Here's the teams they could end up playing from pot one when the draw takes place. The Reds could face European Champions Real Madrid, German Champions Bayern Munich, Spanish La Liga winners Atletico Madrid or a reunion with Luis Suarez and Barcelona. ( James )
Atletico Madrid gained some measure of revenge for their Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid by beating their city rivals 1-0 to win the Spanish Super Cup.
SPORTS UPDATE WITH MARVO: Real Madrid say the back injury that forced Cristiano Ronaldo off at half-time in the 1-1 Super Cup draw with Atletico Madrid is not a major concern. The world player of the year, 29, was replaced by new signing James Rodriguez, who scored Real's goal.Manager Carlo Ancelotti said: "Cristiano felt something and was uncomfortable. We'll evaluate it. He'll undergo all the checks and we'll see.Meanwhile, Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric has signed a new four-year contract with the Champions League winners. The deal will keep the Croatian international, 28, at the Bernabeu until 2018. Manchester United have reached an agreement to sign Argentina defender Marcos Rojo from Sporting Lisbon.United said the deal, which Sporting report is worth £16m, is subject to a medical and personal terms being agreed.Sporting have also confirmed Nani, 27, is returning on loan, seven years after the winger left to join United. Besiktas boss Slaven Bilic will be banned from the touchline when the Turk ...
rodriguez scores first goal Raul Garcia cancelled out James Rodriguez’s opener as Atletico Madrid scored a crucial away goal in the first leg of their Spanish Super Cup tie with local rivals Real Madrid. Colombian World Cup star Rodriguez scored on his competitive debut for the Champions League winners, only to see his strike cancelled out by Garcia’s late header – as Diego Simeone’s side take a strong result back to the Vicente Calderon.
Cech Reign Over As Courtois Picked For Chelsea Opener Thibaut Courtois won his battle with Petr Cech to be Chelsea’s goalkeeper for their Premier League opener at Burnley on Monday. Blues manager Jose Mourinho had last week refused to reveal which of the two internationals would start the clash at Turf Moor, but his team-sheet showed it was young Belgian Courtois who had got the nod to make his debut ahead of Czech veteran Cech, who was named among the substitutes. Apart from injury absences, Cech had been Chelsea’s number one since joining the West London club from French side Rennes at the start of Mourinho’s first spell in charge in 2004. But the 32-year-old looked shaky at times last season and the writing was on the wall when Mourinho opted to keep Courtois in his squad this season after he had spent the last three years on loan at Atletico Madrid. Courtois was in superb form last term, helping Atletico win the Spanish league title and reach the Champions League final, a run which included a se ...
I'm not getting my hopes up until a official deal has been agreed but here is this report anyway please comment your thoughts:) Real Madrid are bracing themselves for a United swoop for Angel Di Maria. The Champions League winners are in action tonight in the Supercopa in Spain against rivals Atletico Madrid and the 26-year-old Argentine World Cup player is in the squad. But Real’s coach Carlo Ancelotti doesn’t know whether the right winger will still be at the Bernabeu by the end of the summer transfer window. Source: Manchester Evening News
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Atletico Madrid have reportedly begun negotiations with Chelsea over the possible transfer of Andre Schurrle to the La Liga champions. This would be at least the third time that the two clubs have discussed transfers this summer, however this time the movement of players could be in the opposite direction. Atletico were impressed by Schurrle’s performances in the World Cup, and sense an opportunity as the player was by no means a regular starter for Jose Mourinho’s team last season. Eden Hazard will no doubt start the season as first choice winger this season, and it remains to be seen whether Schurrle will be able to oust Willian from the other flank, whilst also fending off Oscar and Mohamed Salah in the fierce competition for attacking players Chelsea has. It would make sense for Chelsea to sign a foreign player. Currently they have one more than the Uefa Champions League squad lists will allow, and it does not appear that Jose Mourinho has decided on a player that he would be happy to lose from hi ...
Jose Mourinho claims Chelsea's Diego Costa will prove a bargain buy after the Spain striker marked his home debut with a clinical double in the 2-0 friendly win over Real Sociedad. Mourinho splashed out £32 million to lure Costa from Spanish champions Atletico Madrid and the Blues boss is convinced even that hefty price tag will look cheap by the end of the season. The 25-year-old certainly looks capable of justifying Mourinho's faith after making a confident bow for his new club at Stamford Bridge. He took just 57 seconds to open the scoring with a cool finish from an acute angle and bagged his second with a tap-in after Andre Schurrle's shot hit a post in the seventh minute. As well as his goals, Mourinho was also impressed with the way Costa linked with attacking midfield trio Schurrle, Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas, while working tirelessly to close down Sociedad when they were in possession. His qualities look ideally suited to the Premier League and Mourinho said: "Diego is a team player, he works ...
Although the new Premier League season has yet to start and it is very early days in the Chelsea career of Diego Costa, the vibes are that we`ve found ourselves a striker that can do the business. Last Night, on his home debut for Chelsea, Deigo didn`t take long to demolish the Real Sociedad defence, scoring twice. His first goal was the better of the two, running onto a delicate chip from Ramires before burying his shot, whilst the second was an opportune goal from a striker, a simple tap-in (after being in the right place). However, do we detect a degree of modesty about the young man, with the player issuing some kind of apology in relation to his role with Atletico Madrid and our exit from the Champions League at the hands of the Spanish champions, with Costa remarking, "Now I can say really I`m really sorry for the part I played in the game we won at Stamford Bridge. I remember the atmosphere and the passion of the supporters." "They stayed right until the end of the match, getting right behind their ...
Ahead of what promises to be another thrilling Premier League season, we take a look at 10 of the biggest and best close-season transfers. Alexis Sanchez - Arsenal The second-largest transfer in Arsenal's history, with an estimated £32million fee, Arsene Wenger pulled off a major coup in bringing the Chile star to the Emirates Stadium from Barcelona. Deemed surplus to requirements at Camp Nou ahead of Luis Suarez's arrival, Alexis turned down Liverpool to join Arsenal. He was a key player in his country's run to the last 16 of the World Cup, and Arsenal fans will be hoping the fleet-of-foot forward can help fire them to a first Premier League title since 2004. Diego Costa - Chelsea After his haul of 36 goals in all competitions helped Atletico Madrid to the Spanish title and the Uefa Champions League final, Chelsea decided to splash over £30m on Costa. Jose Mourinho regularly bemoaned his striking options as Chelsea finished third in the Premier League last term, and he will hope Spain international Cos ...
1st May :   ★ May Day (International Workers' Day) celebrated across the World. ★ One Killed and 14 other injured in a twin blast in Bangalore-Guwahati Express Train at Chennai Central Railway Station. ★ Atletico Madrid reaches the final of Champions League to play against Real Madrid after defeating Chelsea in semi final.   2nd May :   ★ At least 30 people killed by militants in Bodoland Territorial Autonomous Districts (BTAD), Assam.   3rd May :   ★ More than 2000 dead in a landslide at the Argo district in Badakhshan province, Afghanistan. ★ Former world double sprint champion Tyson *** has been suspended for one year after testing positive in 2013 for a banned anabolic steroid by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).   4th May :   ★ 18 killed, more than 100 injured as Diva-Sawantwadi passenger train derails in Raigad in Maharashtra ★ India successfully test fires Astra air-to-air missile from a SU-30 combat aircraft. ★ Kedarnath temple reopens today to devotees after about a ye ...
Is Liverpool's Calculated Gamble on Javier Manquillo Worth Taking? Will signing Atletico Madrid right-back Javier Manquillo prove to be a Liverpool masterstroke? Or, will it be another Brendan Rodgers gamble gone wrong? Barring a Loic Remy-esque transfer collapse, Liverpool will sign Manquillo from Atleti and Alberto Moreno from Sevilla, per James Pearce at the Liverpool Echo. To cover Manquillo, here is a scouting report on the 20-year-old, 5'11", 168-pound Spaniard. Manquillo Positives Atleti right-back Juanfran started 92.1 percent of league games in the past two seasons and was an essential cog in their run to the 2014 Uefa Champions League final, which meant Manquillo received limited playing time. When deputising for Juanfran, Manquillo displayed dynamic defending. He completed seven tackles against Rayo Vallecano, per FourFourTwo, and intercepted five passes against Porto, per FourFourTwo. Credit: FourFourTwo.com League Only Javier Manquillo Juanfran Glen Johnson Tackles Per Game 4.7 2.1 2.2 Fouls ...
Chelsea striker Didier Drogba believes his new teammate Diego Costa has the character to succeed in the Premier League. - Lythell: Armed with Costa, Blues are ready to fight Drogba returned to Stamford Bridge as a free agent this summer after leaving Galatasaray. The Ivorian followed fellow striker Costa to West London as well as the striker's former Atletico Madrid teammate Filipe Luis and midfielder Cesc Fabregas from Barcelona. The 36-year-old, who won three Premier League titles and the Champions League during his previous eight-year spell at the club, has backed Brazil-born Costa to make an impact in English football. "I've been watching Diego play over the last few years and the first time I saw him I really liked him as a player," he told The Sun. "I like his character, he's solid, he can score goals and he's also technically gifted. He likes people to respect him and that's important." Drogba added that the signing of former Arsenal captain Fabregas and Brazilian left-back Luis will add quality to ...
Football - Bundesliga Mandzukic signs for Atletico Madrid Croatia forward Mario Mandzukic has joined Atletico Madrid from Bayern Munich. The 28-year-old has been brought in to replace Spain forward Diego Costa, who sealed a move to English Premier League club Chelsea last week. Mandzukic, who has signed a four-year contract with his new club, was considered surplus to requirements at Bayern Munich following the arrival of forward Robert Lewandowski from Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund. He had spent two years with the German Champions, scoring 33 goals in 54 Bundesliga appearances. He also netted the opener against Dortmund in the 2013 Champions League final, which Bayern won 2-1.
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John Terry explains what Diego Costa can offer Chelsea next season CHELSEA veteran John Terry believes new boy Diego Costa will be a success at Stamford Bridge. By: David Wright Wed, July 16, 2014 Terry is looking forward to next season with Costa leading the attack[GETTY] He holds the ball up very well, he has got great movement and is really physical John Terry The Blues completed the £32m signing of Costa from Atletico Madrid yesterday after he fired the club to the La Liga title last season. Jose Mourinho's men went up against the Spain international in last term's Champions League semi-finals, exiting the competition with a 3-1 defeat on aggregate. And Terry claims Chelsea can look forward to the striker's target man qualities next season. Related articles Chelsea agree fee to sign £20m-rated Brazilian star Filipe Luis Chelsea look to offload John Obi Mikel as they try to hijack Arsenal's Sami Khedira move Chelsea beating Man Utd and Man City in race for Roma star Mehdi Benatia "First of all, his m ...
The surprisingly big transfers you missed during the World Cup::: Fernando – Porto to Manchester City: £12 million The Premier League champions have bolstered their squad by signing Brazilian midfielder Fernando, who starred in a string of successful European runs at Porto. Worried about confusing him with his nearly-namesake Fernandinho? Don’t worry, the new signing will have ‘F Reges’ printed on his shirt to avoid a muddle on the terraces. Mario MandzukicBayern Munich to Atletico Madrid: Undisclosed fee Bayern made their feelings clear towards the Croatian striker when they agreed to sign Robert Lewandowski. Still, it’s hardly the end of the world when you can swap the Bundesliga champions for the Liga equivalent. Gareth BarryManchester City to Everton: Free Barry was influential as Everton flirted with the Champions League places last season and has now joined on a permanent deal from Manchester City. He was unfortunate (or perhaps fortunate) to be overlooked by Roy Hodgson for Eng ...
ITALIAN FOR World Cup FINAL REFEREE: Yes, an architect from Bologna, Italy, Nicola Rizzoli, will hold the whistle to referee the 2014 World Cup final between Germany and Argentina. No, Englishman Howard Webb, who refereed the 2010 World Cup final in South Africa, was one of Fifa's shortlisted officials but was not selected. Rizzoli, an architect from Bologna, has already refereed three matches at this year's tournament in Brazil. The 42-year-old took charge of Spain v Netherlands, Nigeria v Argentina and Argentina v Belgium. Rizzoli also refereed the 2010 Europa League final between Atletico Madrid and Fulham, and the 2013 Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.
Filipe Luis has signed for Chelsea in a deal worth £20million, according to reports. After months of negotiations with Atletico Madrid, it seems Jose Mourinho has finally caved in and paid full asking price for the man who he sees as a direct replacement for Ashley Cole. According to The Sun, Luis, 28, has agreed terms at Stamford Bridge and will compete with Cesar Azpilicueta for the left-back spot next season. The Brazilian full-back was instrumental in Atletico’s march to La Liga glory last season, and shone in their astonishing run to the Champions League final, which they lost in extra-time to Real Madrid. Luis will become Chelsea’s fourth signing of the summer, following the arrivals of Cesc Fabregas, Diego Costa and Croatian youngster Mario Pasalic.
I don't get Diego Costa he wins the La Liga with Atletico Madrid goes to the final of Uefa Champions League and then goes to Chelsea
BENFICA are preparing a £6m move for Fraser Forster after losing keeper Jan Oblak to Atletico Madrid in a megabucks deal. Money is no object for the Portuguese giants after banking a staggering £18m from the La Liga champions who have now ditched their interest in Celtic keeper Forster. Atletico were considering the England squad man as a replacement for Belgian Thibaut Courtois who is returning to Chelsea after a loan spell in Spain but instead they are ready to secure rising Slovenian star Oblak. The 21-year-old yesterday passed a medical and is poised to join Diego Simeone’s Champions League finalists. That leaves Portuguese champions Benfica in desperate need of a new keeper and, with Atletico out the race, Forster is top of their wanted list. The 26-year-old former Newcastle man is under contract until 2016 but Celtic have been bracing themselves for bids and new boss Ronny Deila has already snapped up ex-Scotland No.1 Craig Gordon. Celtic last year accused Benfica of tapping up Forster and tryin ...
Which Manchester City star is homesick and looking to move his family to Madrid? Negredo looks set to call time on his brief Man City career because of homesickness Alvaro Negredo wants to quit Manchester City for a return to Spain with Atletico Madrid. The striker, who Etihad fans call “The Beast” scored 23 goals in his first season with City, asManuel Pellegrini's men lifted both the Premier League title and Capital One Cup. But Negredo and his family have struggled to settle in England and his form became affected by homesickness and a shoulder injury to such an extent that he failed to hit the target in the final four months of the campaign. His slump saw him lose his place in the Spain squad forthe World Cup in Brazil, with Vicente Del Bosque opting to take Fernando Torres and Diego Costa. Negredo hopes City accept Atletico’s offer to hand back the full £20m that they paid Seville for Negredo last summer. The La Liga champions and Champions League finalists see him as an ideal replacement forC ...
some things that will happen during World Cup. 1. “Cristiano Ronaldo will not score” Portuguese captain has been instrumental on Real Madrid double (Copa del Rey and Champions League), breaking goals record. He is a La Liga top goal scorer with 31 goals, Champions League top scorer with 17 goals (record) and Europe top goal scorer equal with Suarez (but he has played less games than Suarez). But he has been told that will not score! 2. “Brazil will exit in semi finals” Brazil are favorite to win a record title of 6th World Cup, they’re the hosting nation and they’re expected to do better than they did in 2006 in Germany and 2010 in South Africa. The have the strongest squad made of top players who play in toughest competition/leagues. But they’ve told that they will never reach semi-finals! 3. “No African team will go to the next round” African team have not been doing well in World Cups, but they always advance to last 16 to last 8. The African team which always do well is Ghana and the ...
No Falcao:. 1) Atletico Madrid win La Liga and go to Champions League finals. 2) Colombia score most World Cup goals in a match since 1962
Cristiano Ronaldo was among Portugal's starting 11 against Ireland in the team's final friendly on Tuesday before heading to Brazil for the World Cup. Portugal crashed Ireland 5 - 1 as Cr7 played 66min before they took him out. Ronaldo apparently is recovered enough from tendinitis in his left knee and a thigh injury. Ronaldo last played in the Champions League final for Real Madrid on 24 May against Atletico Madrid, scoring the final goal on a penalty kick in the 120th minute of a 4-1 victory. Portugal played two matches without its lead striker, drawing 0-0 with Greece and defeating Mexico, 1-0. The Portuguese open the World Cup on 16 June against Germany, and also will face the United States and Ghana in Group G.
Liverpool are weighing up a move for Chelsea left-back Ryan Bertrand, with reports suggesting Jose Mourinho is keen to sell the one-time England international this summer. The 24-year-old will be moved on from Stamford Bridge this summer, despite the fact Ashley Cole has left the West London outfit on a free transfer. Mourinho is looking into the possibility of signing Atletico Madrid full-back Filipe Luis after refusing to match Southampton’s valuation for £30m-rated Luke Shaw, who looks certain to join Manchester United either before or after next month’s World Cup finals. The Portuguese coach is not considering the prospect of using Bertrand, who spend the second half of this season on loan at Aston Villa, as his first-choice left-back from the start of next season. Liverpool, however, are keen on the youngster who joined Chelsea as a youth player from Gillingham in 2005, according to the Daily Star. He famously made his European debut in the 2012 Champions League final against Bayern Munich, whic ...
MALAGA, Spain -- Malaga rose into the Champions League positions in the Spanish league on Monday after beating 10-man Racing Santander 3-0 on Monday. Houston Rockets Jersey . Racing was a man down from the second minute after Francisco Perez received a red card for pulling down Jose Rondon with only the goalkeeper to beat. Mario Fernandez saved the penalty attempt by Santi Cazorla, but the hosts dominated the rest of the way. Francisco "Isco" Alarcon curled a right-footed shot into the corner of the net for Malagas 22nd-minute opener. Cazorla added another from a pass by Enzo Maresca in the 64th, and substitute striker Ruud Van Nistelrooy headed in to seal the win in the 84th. "The league isnt over, there are seven games to go. But its very important to be in third place," Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini said. "It isnt easy reaching this point in front of clubs like Sevilla, Atletico Madrid and Valencia." Malaga dispossessed Valencia of third place for the first time in 21 rounds. After 13 games without ...
Belgium worries over Hazard form * Belgian playmaker Eden Hazard's form ahead of the FIFA World Cup™ has sparked a feverish debate in his home country, where one former international has called for the Chelsea star to be dropped. Belgium have been tipped as a team who could upset the favourites at the World Cup, but two-tournament veteran Marc Degryse says 23-year-old Hazard looked worryingly distracted during the two warm up games before their Group H campaign starts against Algeria on 17 June. Belgian coach Marc Wilmots should have a sharp word with Hazard, despite his goal in Belgium's 2-0 win over Sweden Last Sunday, said Degryse, who played with Wilmots in the national side. His criticism echoed Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho after Chelsea lost 3-1 at home to Spanish side Atletico Madrid in the Uefa Champions League semi-finals. "He has to work harder defensively," said the 48-year-old Degryse, who scored 23 times in 63 appearances for Belgium. "Against Sweden he switched off several times, just lik ...
Come August, Champions League finalists Atletico Madrid are expected to visit the football capital of India to kick off the Kolkata franchise's preparation for the much-hyped Indian Super League. "Atletico Madrid club have agreed to send their first-team to play a friendly with our franchise players," Harshvardhan Neotia - Atlético de Madrid Kolkata Great news for INDIAN FANS
chelsea; A popular witch doctor based in Portugal has revealed that he is responsible for the injury of defender Jerry Akaminko, adding that, two more casualties will follow. The doctor whose name was given as Mel Sigurson said he suspected ‘spiritual foul play’ when their idol Cristiano Ronaldo started having minor injuries prior to the Champions League final against Atletico Madrid, an action that raised his concern following his many years in the business. He later realized that it wasn’t ordinary as many had thought and was even responsible for healing Ronaldo prior to the finals as he would have missed it. “Ronaldo is a strong player, both physically and spiritually, but these injuries got me worried and at a time we are going to the World Cup,” Mel Sigurson mentioned on Rádio Mar in Portugal. “I discovered that some of our World Cup opponents were and am still working on the team. So I have decided to pay them back in their own coin with injuries.” “The Germans have their own share, ...
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Brazil 2014 Posted on June 6, 2014 by john Benzema has no injury regrets(AFP) France striker Karim Benzema said on Friday that he has no regrets risking his 2014 FIFA World Cup™ place by playing for Real Madrid in their Uefa Champions League final triumph. Benzema, who only attended his first full team training with France on Wednesday, told Madrid newspaper Marca: “It was not a mistake to play and I would do it again.” He insisted that he is ready for the challenge in Brazil where France start in Group E against Switzerland, Ecuador and Honduras. The 26-year-old striker aggravated a groin strain playing in Real’s 4-1 victory over city rivals Atletico Madrid on 24 May. He told Marca: “I was injured but the main thing is that I took part and helped the team.” I feel good physically and mentally. Karim Benzema, France
NEWS FABREGAS LATEST Could Cesc Fabregas be one of those targets? Well, according to the Metro, Chelsea are now leading the race for the Barcelona midfielder and are willing to hand him a £200,000-a-week deal. Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and former club Arsenal have all been linked with a move for the Spain international who has been told he can leave Camp Nou. Transfer Talk: Chelsea to offer £200,000-a-week VELA TO Real Madrid?! Reports earlier today claimed Real Sociedad striker Carlos Vela was on the verge of rejoining Arsenal, who can sign their former player for £3.25 million due to a buy-back clause in his contract, but ESPN now says he is set to join Champions League winners Real Madrid. COSTA MOVE HALTED? According to the Daily Star, Chelsea have been told by Atletico Madrid that it will take over £40 million to sign both Diego Costa and Filipe Luis, which could slow down the completion of Costa's move to Stamford Bridge despite passing a medical on Wednesday. John Terry TO I ...
In Norway, they call him “Super Ronny”. When news of his prime candidacy for the Celtic manager’s job reached Scotland this week, and to some, even when he was officially confirmed as manager, the initial reaction was “Ronny Who?”. It’s fair to say that, even among the most avid students of European football, Ronny Deila is something of an unknown quantity. Celtic, however, have certainly done their homework on the 38-year-old who has suddenly emerged as the leading contender to succeed Neil Lennon in the highest-profile job in Scottish football. They have been aware of his burgeoning reputation as one of the brightest young coaches on the continent since they began scouting his Stromsgodset team more than a year ago. The dossier they compiled on the side crowned Norwegian champions in 2013 led to the signing of midfielder Stefan Johansen in January this year. Now Celtic have followed that up by recruiting the man who transformed the Drammen club from relegation fodder to Champions League qual ...
Manchester City are closing in on 26-year-old Porto midfielder Fernando who is valued at £15m. Liverpool have been told by Sevilla to stump up £16.2million for left-back Alberto Moreno. Harry Redknapp admits free-agent former Manchester United and England defender Rio Ferdinand's credentials would make him a perfect signing for his newly-promoted QPR side this summer. Tottenham are battling to hold on to Brazilian midfielder Sandro as Napoli want him to boost their Champions League bid. Meanwhile, 28-year-old Napoli midfielder Blerim Dzemaili is understood to be keen on a move to Spurs. Hull boss Steve Bruce is making a £5million swoop for Swansea skipper and centre-back Ashley Williams - in a bid to beat promoted Queens Park Rangers to his signature. Arsenal will watch Colombia keeper David Ospina at the World Cup - as Arsene Wenger puts the Nice star on his signing short-list after seeing Lukasz Fabianski leave the Gunners for Swansea. Italian giants Roma are chasing Tottenham's Belgian midfielder Mo ...
John Terry spoke to the press ahead of the Uefa Champions League fixture against Atletico Madrid at Stamford Bridge. Watch all the build up on Chelsea TV.
Bale: I'll be better next year . Will he? . Real Madrid attacker Gareth Bale has warned he will be "even better" next season after firing his side to the Champions League and Copa del Rey in 2013-14. After initially struggling for form and fitness following his world-record €100 million move from Tottenham last summer, Bale played a pitoval role in the capital club's triumphs under Carlo Ancelotti last season. The Wales international scored a brilliant solo goal to clinch the Copa final against Barcelona before heading his side's second in the 4-1 win over Atletico Madrid in Lisbon which brought and end to Madrid's long-awaited 10th European crown. And Bale has now fired a warning to his side's rivals that he wants to become stronger in his second season in Spain as he looks to help Madrid become the first team to successfully defend the modern Champions League. "I'm very happy at Real Madrid and next year I'm sure I'll be better," he said during a visit to Indonesia. "Next year I want to retain the Cha ...
Costa in, Llorente out - Spain's final World Cup squad revealed Manchester City pair Alvaro Negredo and Jesus Navas will not be part of la Roja's team in Brazil after Vicente Del Bosque confirmed who had been cut on Saturday May 31, 2014 12:00:00 PM Spain have announced their 23-man squad which will travel to Brazil this summer for the World Cup, with Diego Costa making the cut while Fernando Llorente, Jesus Navas and Alvaro Negredo have all been omitted. Costa converted from a Brazil international to la Roja earlier this season and had a stunning season with Atletico Madrid, starring as they won La Liga. However, the 25-year-old has been a major fitness worry throughout the last few weeks, with a recurring hamstring problem limiting his participation in the final league match and the Champions League final. While Costa has been picked to help Spain defend their crown in South America this summer, Juventus forward Fernando Llorente and Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo miss out. Fernando Torres might ...
Johan Cruyff has claimed Real Madrid have been lucky in their Champions League victory, after having scored the equaliser against Atletico Madrid in the 93rd minute of the final. “Real Madrid can’t complain of the luck they’ve had. As we the Dutch say, you can’t trust the Germans in the last five minutes because they always score. It’s the same here. The match is not over until the referee whistles,” Cruyff said in an interview with Spanish radio station COPE. The Former Barcelona manager refuesed to recognise that Los Blancos have been the best team in Europe this season. “In one football game you can’t say that a team is the best in Europe. I saw Bayern Munich winning and being successful, but they relaxed after winning the Bundesliga. Real had a strong team and played at 200% against them. We can say the same about the end of La Liga with Real, Barcelona and Atletico,” he pointed out. Cruyff also spoke about the World Cup that will kick off in two weeks: “Spain have all their men pl ...
Just seen the Spain World Cup squad...wow. Thought I would compare it to the England squad. Out of the 23 man squads: # players that were in Champions League... Qtr finals: Spain 21 England 10 Semi-Finals: Spain 9 England 2 Final: Spain 7 England 0 Teams that are represented in both squads: Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal (interesting huh?) The other teams rep in the Spanish squad: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Napoli, Bayern Munich The other teams rep in the English squad: Liverpool, Everton, West Brom, Southampton, Celtic No disrespect meant but look at the difference. Every single player in Spain plays for one of the top teams in the world. Underdogs can win with the right team chemistry but it's a tall order. Come on England!!
England might win the World Cup. Austria won Eurovision in 1966. Austria won Eurovision again in 2014. 1966 is when Real Madrid won the Uefa Champions League. They also won it in 2014. Atletico Madrid won La Liga in 1966 and in 2014. Real Betis is relegated in 1966 and 2014. Roy Hodgson, Englands manager for 2014, is currently 66 years old. England won in 1966, can they win again in 2014?
MIRANDA FOR Man Utd? Drink shirt sponsors? No. Poster girl? No! He is a 29-year old Brazilian defender who plays for Atletico Madrid (featured in Champions League final against Real Madrid) who Spanish media claim has agreed to sign a 4-year deal at Old Trafford. Miranda, if he completes his move, will plug the hole left by Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand at the heart of the Utd defence and probably be Louis Van Gaal's first major signing.
A sea of cheering Real Madrid fans swamped the streets of Spain’s capital in a joyous victory party early Sunday after snatching their 10th Champions League title in a dramatic come-from-behind 4-1 victory over local rivals Atletico Madrid.
THE Lions roared into the history books 47 years ago in Lisbon and Last Night they watched Real Madrid achieve a new milestone in the Portuguese capital. Carlo Ancelloti’s side have now won a record 10 Champions League titles after they saw off city rivals Atletico Madrid in a titanic tussle. Europe’s premier club competition has evolved greatly since 1967, but the elation and euphoria at lifting that iconic trophy remains the same. This time it was Real captain Iker Casillas who had the privilege of holding the silverware aloft in Lisbon amidst his jubilant team-mates. As Cesar and his team-mates looked on, it must have brought those magical memories flooding back. Something they wouldn’t have remembered was the spectacular opening ceremony to the main event, which culminated in two massive badges being unfurled on the pitch, along with one of the trophy, whilst the Champions League anthem was belted out by Mariza – a famous Portuguese singer. UEFA certainly know how to put on a show – but who ...
See all the best pics from Real Madrid's Champions League victory parade after the defeated Atletico Madrid in the final.
It’s the 2006/07 season, Arsenal’s first campaign at the Emirates. The Gunners struggle in the Premier League ending up with a fourth placed finish. The club’s Champions League campaign ends in shambles after crashing out to PSV Eindhoven in the Round of 16 and there’s even more heartbreak in the FA Cup as the Gunners lose to Blackburn. The club’s only hope of a trophy comes up against Chelsea in the Carling Cup final and Wenger decides to field the likes of Justin Hoyte, Armand Traore, Denilson Neves, Jeremie Aliadere and Drogba’s wifey, Phillippe Senderos. After another trophy-less campaign, there are some surprising sales that summer. After so many years of faithful service, Fredrik Ljungberg is sold to West Ham, El Homesickla, or Jose Antonio Reyes as he’s known in the modern world finds his way to Atletico Madrid, and it’s also shocking to know that the club’s record goalscorer, Thierry Henry, has jumped ship to Fc Barcelona. How does Arsene Wenger respond? He buys Lukasz Fabianski ...
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La Decima Contrary to innuendo from a section of over excited Real Madrid fans concerning the Champions League final last Saturday, I actually predicted the Whites would win against Atletico Madrid. In fact, in my analysis I singled out the danger Angel Di Maria would be in his new role (Lo Renzo remember the Mesut Ozil aside?) And Di Maria was the official man of the match. I said Real Madrid would emerge champions though my heart wanted-fact-Diego Simeone's side to win. Wait a minute! Atleti got a bitter taste of the cruelty of football. Kind of reminds their fans not to make monkey chants and gestures to African and black players. Karma. The lesser evil triumphed. Let us see how Spain does at the World Cup. It is the racism in some of them that I hate. But La Decima was well deserved in the end for Real Madrid. And I said so prior to the match-in fact after they eliminated Bayern Munich (no selective amnesia Fidelis Silungwe). Congratulations to all good Real Madrid fans! (And sorry imposters who canno ...
Moghreb Tetouan qualify for Club World Cup (FIFA.com) Sunday 25 May 2014 Share Moghred Tetouan beat Renaissance Sportive de Berkan 2-1 on Sunday to win the Moroccan league (Botola Pro) title for the second time in the club's history and in doing so qualified for the FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2014 as the Host Club. Abdelmoula Hardoumi was the hero for Tetouan, scoring two goals for the hosts. Berkan's Lahcen Akhmiss reduced the deficit with nine minutes to go but Tetouan were able to hold on for the win and the league title, their first since their maiden triumph in 2012. Storied Moroccan side Raja Casablanca were title favourites headed into the final week but lost to Safi, handing the title to Tetouan in the process. Tetouan join Cruz Azul, from CONCACAF, OFC champions Auckland City and Real Madrid, who beat Atletico Madrid to win the Uefa Champions League on Saturday at Morocco 2014, which will take place from 10-20 December. Tetouan will have the difficult task to do better on the world stage than Ra ...
Real Madrid got their 10th Champions League title Saturday. They beat their city rival Atletico Madrid by 4-1. .
Guardian UEFA CL: Real Madrid Wins 10th Title Saturday, 24 May 2014 23:36 Written by EDITOR Category: Abroad Real-25-5-14• Beats Atletico 4 - 1 Gareth Bale finally helped Real Madrid fulfil the dream of ‘La Decima’, securing a memorable 10th Champions League triumph with an extra-time win against neighbours Atletico Madrid. Born in Wales, raised in Southampton and honed at Tottenham, the 24-year-old continued to make light of his world-record fee by scoring a goal that will write him into club history. Bale looked set to pay for a woeful first-half miss but instead capped a remarkable first season at Real by heading home to make it 2-1 in extra time, before Carlo Ancelotti’s men eased away to a 4-1 win. The Wales winger looked like he would pay for missing a gilt-edged chance to open the scoring midway through the first half as shortly afterwards captain Iker Casillas misread a ball back into the box and was unable to claw back Diego Godin’s header before it crossed the line. It looked to be eno ...
Last Night's result has thrown up some fascinating reaction from people around the world. Real Madrid seem to have done an act of blasphemy by putting up such a stunning performance, not just Last Night but throughout the Champions League and most of the La Liga season.     Football fans who are not biased fanatics of a single team... (and lets be honest there will hardly be any from Atletico since the beginning of the season) seem to have found extreme loyalty for the Los Rojiblancos. And when you think of it, the underdogs have always received that.     It was Atletico Madrid this season, BVB Dortmund the last time, Bayern Munich twice the years before. Then there was Inter Milan who went on to win it in 09-10. Liverpool with their Istanbul comeback. Porto when Mourinho came in the limelight.     And these are just a few that I could think of.     Come to think of these examples and most of the times, all that these teams end up achieving is a single successful reason. There is no increased inco ...
Atletico Madrid proved that in this crazy monetary modern football, you still can compete and challenge at all front in the highest level without wasting a large sum of money, because after all, determination, team-work, eagerness and passion succesfully led them to the excellent season to their standard, La Liga winner Champions League runner-up Copa del Rey semi-finalista Hala Atlético Madrid!
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Congratulations to Real Madrid on winning the Champions League for the tenth time. Ramos goal really killed Atletico
Real Madrid beats Atletico 4-1 to win the Champions League for the 10th time.
Congratulations to Atletico Madrid on an AMAZING season, La Liga winners, Champions League finalist, could hardly get …
Real Madrid's win vs Atlético is the biggest win in a Champions League final since 2004. [BeIn]
Real Madrid have reached the promised land after going through a truly magical night in Lisbon and in which they've beaten Atletico Madrid by 4-1 in this season's Champions League final. The Merengues finally got their hands into their 10th Uefa Champions League trophy (La Décima), a title they had…
Cristiano Ronaldo now has two Champions League winner medals to show off along with his two world player of the Year Awards. His penalty at the end of extra time Saturday sealed a 4-1 win for Real Madrid over Atletico Madrid:
Real Madrid are Kings of Europe once again, with Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo helping Los Blancos to come from behind against a desperately unlucky Atletico Madrid, and achieve their tenth Champions League triumph, La Decima, in a fully packed Estádio da Luz. Atletico Madrid, who had already pi…
This is what the first Welshman to score in a Champions League final had to say post Real Madrid 4 - Atletico Madrid 1...
Real Madrid 4-1 Atletico Madrid: Gareth Bale nets crucial goal as Real seal Champions League success Atletico looked to have sealed a sensational double but Carlo Ancelotti's side secured 'La Decima' after Sergio Ramos' injury-time leveller Just five years after being Tottenham’s reserve ­left-back, Gareth Bale has achieved legendary status among the Galacticos. The Welshman headed the ­decisive goal as Real Madrid won their long-awaited 10th European Cup in dramatic fashion. And the shy kid, who once had his lugs pinned back during his Spurs days, was lifting Old Big Ears in Benfica’s Stadium of Light. Real had trailed until the 94th minute, when Sergio Ramos nodded an injury-time equaliser to break the hearts of the Spanish champions. But the most ­expensive footballer on the planet struck from close range after Atletico’s Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois could only push an Angel Di Maria effort up towards him. And Real gave the scoreline the unfairest of looks when a Marcelo strike and a Cristi ...
Ojja kuwulira!!! Guwedde: Real Madrid 4(1) - (1)1 Atletico Madrid. **Real Madrid came from behind to claim the Champions League crown in extra time at the expense of Atletico Madrid. **Diego Godin profited from an Iker Casillas error to head Atletico in front after Gareth Bale had fired wide. **Real fought back after the break and Sergio Ramos finally broke Atletico's resolve in the 93rd minute. **Bale put Real in front before Marcelo scored a third and Cristiano Ronaldo added a penalty to seal victory and a 10th European Cup for Real.
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Atletico Madrid's top scorer Diego Costa had to be replaced by Adrian Lopez just nine minutes into his side's Champions League final against Real Madrid on Saturday due to an ongoing hamstring injury.
King Juan Carlos And Queen Sophia of Spain watch Champions League in Lisbon. Whether Real Madrid or Atletico Madrid wins, Spain wins!
Find it hard to express just how much I want Atletico Madrid to win the Champions League.
Lisbon will be hosting a Madrid derby tonight as Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid face off in the Champions League final.
I hope Atletico Madrid can beat Real Madrid and win the Uefa Champions League. Come on, Los Rojiblancos 😃 !!!
Diego Costa has been passed fit to start for Atletico Madrid in Saturday's Champions League final against city rivals Real
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"Diego Simeone is convinced Atletico Madrid can cap a spectacular run of achievements by beating city rivals Real Madrid in the Champions League final."
Real Madrid takes on Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final.
Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke believes Saturday's Champions League final with Real Madrid will be a highly tactical, complicated match.
3. Atletico Madrid's remarkable run to the Champions League final
Predicted line ups for both Real and Atletico Madrid ahead of Champions League final. Atletico have a great chance to cap their season off with a well earned double, however, injury concerns to key men could put a damper on their chances. Here is how we think both sides will line up for Saturday night's showpiece finale. Atletico Madrid * GK: Thibaut Courtois The final could be the Belgian's swan song in an Atletico jersey as he prepares to return to Chelsea after the World Cup. * RB: Juanfran A quiet yet effective and reliable component in Atletico's successful season. Will have his hands full with Ronaldo. * CB: Miranda Solid and dependable, will be able to match up to the prowess of Karim Benzema with no problems. *CB: Diego Godin The Uruguayan stopper will be looked upon to shut out Real's attacks and provide a goal threat going forward from set pieces. *LB: Filipe Luis Perhaps the only man on the pitch capable of keeping Gareth Bale quiet. * CM: Tiago With his contract expiring in July, he will look ...
IBTimes sports reporters Tony Mogan and Eduardo Fernandez-Abascal discuss who will come out on top in this weekend's Champions League final between city rivals Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.
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A Bridlington schoolboy who has battled cancer is heading to Portugal for a dream trip to watch the Champions League final. Bradley Marshall, 13, will watch Atletico Madrid take on Real Madrid at the Lisbon Stadium after receiving a ticket from the charity Kids 'N' Cancer. The Chesterfield-b…
Atletico Madrid have a chance in today’s Champions League final (kick-off: 20.45) not only to claim their debut Euro crown but to deny their vastly wealthier neighbours Real Madrid a record-extending 10th title. Preview: Iain Rogers Atletico Madrid have already outperformed this season in securing a remarkable La Liga triumph, shattering the domestic dominance of Real and Barcelona and becoming...
Real Madrid face Atletico Madrid in Champions League final at ...
Crunching the numbers on player transfer costs for both Champions League finalists. Pretty incredible. Real Madrid's expected line-up cost them £361.52 million in transfer fees. Atletico Madrid's expected line-up cost them just £35.69 million. A tenth of the cost to assemble! Real's bench is more expensive. Even if you include injured Atletico stars Diego Costa (£2.2mil) and Arda Turan (£11.44mil), who would no doubt play if fit, they still cost less than half of Real's Xabi Alonso (£31.15mil), who would be playing if he weren't suspended. Some of the Atleti players are free transfers, loans, and there are even a few academy players. Here's hoping for an upset, and the Real Madrid players have to drive their lamborghini's home empty handed, consoled only by their obscene wealth, supermodel girlfriends and palatial mansions.
Cristiano Ronaldo says he should be fit for Real Madrid in Champions League final vs. Atletico Madrid. »
A game of the dreams: Real Madrid looks for the Champions League tittle number 10 while Atlitico de Madrid dreams of put its name among the greatest European Teams. When the two teams meet together face to face there in Lisbon . Real Madrid didn't reach to the final game nor got the tittle since 15 May 2002 there in Scottland when won over Bayern Liverkosen 2\1 "Raul Conzales and Zein Eldin Zedan " While Atletico Madrid champions of La Liga under coaching Diago Semione who wants to register his name among the greatest coaches who got the European Champions League. Carlo Ancelotti has never lost any final in his history except one tittle when he was coaching Ac Milan 2005 after lost the tittle by Liverpool on Atatourk Stadium in Turkey by Penalities kicks after drown 3\3 . Diego Simione will fight against Real Madrid to get the Tittle that have been Atletico Madrid's fans look for. Christiano Ronaldo ,Greth Bale , Ramos ,Angel Di Maria and Ikr Cassillas superstars of Real Madrid VS Diago Costa , Touran. a ...
If Atletico Madrid win the Champions League in Lisbon on Sunday morning (Singapore time), it will be the ultimate Cinderella story.
ATLETICO MADRID OR Real Madrid, WHO WINS TODAY IN LISBON? Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid are clubs with contrasting identities and very different fates when it comes to European elites football competition, the UEFA CL. Historically, Real Madrid have long been seen as the establishment club. On the other side, the Rojiblancos were always characterized by a sentimiento de rebeldía, a sense of rebellion. Going into today's final at the ESTADIO Da Luz (Stadium of Light) in Lisbon today, Atletico Madrid has showed remarkable strength and can upset the Meringues in Lisbon, haven't lost any game in this year's competition. Real Madrid on the other hand with the danger man Cristiano Ronaldo have done fantastically well this season and writing them off in the game against Atletico Madrid would amounted to analytical error. While Real Madrid is in pursuant of their tenth Champions League trophy, Madrid Goalkeeper, Iker Casillas Fernandez is also pursuing his tenth final victory for both club and country. While ...
Real Madrid may win the 10th Champions League title tomorrow if they beat city-rivals Atletico Madrid. La Decima has been on the mind of every manager who has coached the Merengues since 2002, the last year they won the European trophy.
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has given a strong indication that Cristiano Ronaldo will be fit to start Saturday’s Champions League final with Atletico Madrid.
Star players from the past we're out in force at the Champions League Festival in Lisbon today. Deco, Figo, Cafu, we're amongst the players on show - all here to watch Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid on Saturday. Join Lee James 1500 GMT for Sportsworld and full match commentary
Soccer: Atletico Madrid vs. Real Madrid at 11am Sat on Fox. Will playing this late in Champions League hurt the national team in Brazil?
La Liga might have concluded, but there’s still one last exciting bout to come this season from two of its biggest teams. On Saturday, May 24th, Real Madrid will face their cross-town rivals Atletico Madrid, in what will be the first ever local derby in a Champions League final. Both teams have suff…
Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke has said the absence of Real Madrid's Xabi Alonso could be a crucial factor in Saturday's Champions League final.
WHEN FOOTBALL PREVAIL OVER EVIL Roman Abramovich considers replacing Mourinho with Simeone Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is questioning whether he made the right choice hiring Jose Mourinho last summer after a poor season at Stamford Bridge. According to Le 10 Sport, the Russian oligarch is considering the possibility of sacking Mourinho less than a year after the Special One started his second stint in charge of Chelsea. The Blues have had a poor season by Abramovich's high standards, winning nothing and finishing third behind Manchester City and Liverpool. Mourinho has claimed Chelsea's failing have been down to a lack of strikers, refusing to take the blame for himself. Meanwhile, Diego Simeone has inspired Atletico Madrid to a famous La Liga title victory and could also win the Champions League on a tiny budget compared to Chelsea's. Needless to say, Abramovich sees Simeone as a potential future manager of Chelsea and could even offer him the job this summer if he does decide to sack Mourinho. Not on ...
- Di Maria, Alvaro Morata and Asier Illarramendi give us an inside view of Real Madrid's preparations for the derby Champions League final against Atletico Madrid. What does it mean for Spanish football? What has been the impact of Carlo Ancelotti? We find out...
*FACTS & FIGURES Ronaldo is fit to play. Diego Costa is not. No one in Atletico Madrid has ever won the European Champions League. Real's Manager Carlo Ancelotti won it twice as a player and twice as a Manager. His asssitant, Zidane, won it in 2002 by scoring the winning goal...a sumptuous volley that's still regarded as one of the very best goals in Champions League history! Casillas has won it twice. Ronaldo also won it in style in 2007, and knows what Champions League glory is all about. Same goes for Xabi Alonso. Real Madrid FC have won it a record NINE TIMES. Need I say more??? *THE CHAMPION LEAGUE IS OURS BY DEFAULT!!!
Atletico Madrid have reached their first European Cup final since 1974 and are the only unbeaten side in the competition, here is how they reached tomorrow’s final in Lisbon. In thegroup stage, Atletico started with four victories and were the first team to qualify for the knockout stages after beating Zenit 3-1, Porto 2-1 as well as Vienna 3-0 and 4-0. In the fifth game, Zenit spoiled Atletico’s 100 percent record, by holding them to a 1-1 draw, but a final 2-0 over Porto gave them an impressive ten-point margin in Group G. In theround of 16the Rojiblancos faced seven-time Champions League winner, AC Milan, but the struggling Italian giants were only a shadow of themselves this season. Atletico beat them 1-0 at San Siro following some heroics by goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and a late goal by Diego Costa. In the return leg Diego Simeone’s side survived a tricky first half with Milan equalizing an early Costa goal. But in the second half they didn’t raise any eyebrows and scored three more goals to ...
Madrid bars will be packed Saturday with red-striped Atletico Madrid football fans and Real Madrid rivals, all in white, drinking and yelling the night away for the first one-city Champions League...
Atletico Madrid send striker Diego Costa for treatment using horse placenta in a bid to try and make him available for Saturday's Champions League final. Costa is is doubtful for the match against Real Madrid in Lisbon due to a nagging right thigh injury, but Atletico have sent him to Belgrade to seek treatment from Marijana Kovacevic, who reportedly uses fluid derived from horse placenta to repair damaged cells. Kovacevic has previously treated the likes of Robin van Persie and Frank Lampard
Atletico Madrid have revealed that Diego Costa is a major doubt for the Champions League final due to a hamstring injury.
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'Diego Simeone' is THE Special One this year. Not only he made 'Atletico Madrid' win the La Liga title, he took this team to the Final of Champions League as well (this year). Well deserved title by Atletico and hang on there Mr. Simeone, you have to win the Champions League final too. :)
FA Cup Final tunight... Barcelona face Atletico Madrid for the La Liga title... And Next Saturday is the Champions League final...
I'll let Atletico Madrid take the Liga but not the Champions League
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