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4 hrs ago | BleacherReport
From Johan Cruyff to Patrick Kluivert and Ruud van Nistelrooy, the Netherlands have produced many players who have competed at the highest level in Europe. With the Champions League set to start this week, we take a look at five Netherlands players who could light up Europe in 2014-15.
8 hrs ago | BleacherReport
Of all the players who would break ranks and seriously criticise the David Moyes reign at Manchester United , Rio Ferdinand was always a likely to be first. Released in the summer and seemingly unhappy that he didn't have the chance to say goodbye to the Old Trafford fans, Ferdinand was the most likely candidate to lift the lid on Moyes' time at United, as he has done in his book, the rather depressingly titled '#2Sides', serialised in The Sun this week.
12 hrs ago | RTE.ie
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti believes Tuesday's Champions League Group B opener at home to Basel will be a good chance for the holders to put a poor start to their domestic campaign behind them. Madrid were beaten 2-1 by champions Atletico Madrid at the Bernabeu on Saturday, their second successive La Liga reverse, and some of the club's notoriously demanding fans made their anger clear by roundly whistling captain and goalkeeper Iker Casillas.
13 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
Bayern Munich are struggling with fitness and injury problems ahead of their Champions League group opener against Manchester City. Photo by Lennart Preiss/Bongarts/Getty Images Bayern Munich are struggling with fitness and injury problems ahead of their Champions League group opener against Manchester City on Wednesday.
15 hrs ago | BleacherReport
Just over a month ago, Daniel Van Buyten announced his retirement from football. The 36-year-old center back hung up his boots after 17 seasons as a professional, representing Charleroi, Standard Liege, Marseille, Manchester City and Hamburg before spending nearly a decade at Bayern Munich.
15 hrs ago | Ananova
Bayern Munich full-back Philipp Lahm insists he does not miss Toni Kroos, who moved to Real Madrid this summer. The Bavarians lost one of the creative influences in their team when the Germany international was sold, and they have struggled in the first three games of the Bundesliga season, dropping points at Schalke, but Lahm does not believe losing Kroos is the cause.
15 hrs ago | Fox Sports
Bayern Munich full-back Philipp Lahm insists he does not miss Toni Kroos, who moved to Real Madrid this summer. The Bavarians lost one of the creative influences in their team when the Germany international was sold, and they have struggled in the first three games of the Bundesliga season, dropping points at Schalke , but Lahm does not believe losing Kroos is the cause.
Bayer Leverkusen relinquished their 100 percent record but remain top of the table. Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund moved into position behind the leaders with comfortable victories.
IT WILL be groundhog day for Bentleigh Greens when it takes on Sydney Olympic in Tuesday night's FFA Cup Round of 16 match at Leichhardt. FRANCK Ribery scored in his first game this season for Bayern Munich while Shinji Kagawa also enjoyed a goalscoring return for Borussia Dortmund.
"This is the start of the new Manchester United," trumpeted Louis Van Gaal after his expensively rebuilt side kick started its Premier League campaign with a 4-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers at Old Trafford Sunday. A defeat and two lackluster draws prior to the international break had left the English powerhouses languishing near the foot of the standings, but this was the first match when all his new signings were in action.
The World Cup winner is convinced that this season will see more silverware lifted by the Bavarians, dismissing the notion of a hangover from his efforts in Brazil Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller believes that the club are destined for more success this season. The Bavarians triumphed in the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, Club World Cup and Uefa Super Cup under Pep Guardiola last season, but failed to defend their Champions League title which they lifted in the treble-winning campaign of 2012-13.
Cristiano Ronaldo, 29, is determined to leave Real Madrid at the end of the season - and will make a return to Manchester United if he decides against joining Manchester City. But Ronaldo could yet move to Chelsea if the London club are prepared to pay him a staggering A 500,000-a-week.
Mourinho's Chelsea thriving on counter-attacks and Bayern Munich boss Guardiola's thrust on maximum possession to run opponents ragged are two shades of the coaching spectrum in the League, writes Dileep Premachandran With club football out of the headlines because of international matches and the first round of Champions League games less than a week away, it was almost inevitable that Jose Mourinho would come up with something to stir the publicity pot. It was also no surprise that his comments were directed at Pep Guardiola, the man who had been in the Barcelona dugout when Mourinho coached Real Madrid.
There was a handsome return "home" for Shinji Kagawa at Dortmund and a workmanlike victory for dominant Bayern Munich as two of the top Bundesliga clubs prepped for Champions League action Saturday by collecting full points from their Bundesliga work. Bayern's 2-0 triumph over struggling VfB Stuttgart allowed them to pull level on seven points with Bayer 04 Leverkusen atop the Bundesliga.
Bayern Munich advanced to second place in the Bundesliga table on Saturday, drawing level on points with leaders Leverkusen following a 2-0 win over Stuttgart. It wasn't an easy match for the Bavarians, who struggled to create chances for much of the game.
World Cup winning goalscorer Gotze gave Bayern the lead from the edge of the penalty area just before the half hour mark before Ribery sealed the three points in the last five minutes. The Stuttgart clash was only his third appearance since December 2012 and the Bavarians will be hoping lightning hasn't struck for a third time.
Bayern Munich returned to winning ways in preparation for their opening Champions League fixture against Manchester City in midweek with a 2-0 win over Stuttgart on Saturday. Bayern Munich returned to winning ways in preparation for their opening Champions League fixture against Manchester City in midweek with a 2-0 win over Stuttgart on Saturday.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 04:30 pm
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