B36 Torshavn 1 - 2 The New Saints: Champions League glory for TNS

Posted Wednesday, July 01, 2015 by PA

The New Saints came from behind to win their Champions League qualifying round first leg match away to B36 Torshavn 2-1. Hans Pauli Samuelsen gave the Faroe Islands club the lead in the seventh minute, netting after the Welsh champions had failed to clear a throw-in. However, TNS were level within two minutes through Scott Quigley and, after substitute Greg Draper had headed over in the closin...Full Story »

Barcelona can win the treble every year - Busquets

Posted Sunday, June 21, 2015 by Goal.com

The midfielder says the team are strong enough to dominate domestically and in Europe for the foreseeable future Sergio Busquets believes Barcelona are young and strong enough to win the treble every season. The Catalans won the Champions League, Copa del Rey and La Liga last term to become the first side ever to have lifted three major trophies in one season twice. Barca first achieved...Full Story »

Paul Pogba leads Europe's young stars in decisive summer

Posted Saturday, June 20, 2015 by Givemesport.com

5. MEMPHIS DEPAY Kick starting this list is the 21 year old Dutchman, Memphis Depay. This young wonder kid has been the heartbeat for the Eredivisie club PSV for a few years now, and it was only a matter of time before a big club splashed the cash on the young winger. With Manchester United making their first summer signing, Depay joins compatriot Louis Van Gaal for around £30 million a...Full Story »

Neymar handed four-match ban

Posted Saturday, June 20, 2015 by Goal.com

The Barcelona attacker has been punished for his role in Wednesday's post-game brawl and will miss the remainder of the tournament. Brazil coach Dunga will have to make do without the services of Neymar for the remainder of the Copa America, with the attacker handed a four-game suspension. The Barcelona star was shown a straight red card for his role in a brawl with Jeison Murillo and Carlos...Full Story »

Steve McClaren: Newcastle 'can be one of Europe's top 10 clubs'

Posted Friday, June 12, 2015 by BBC Sport

Head coach Steve McClaren says Newcastle United can become one of the "top 10 clubs in Europe". Former England manager McClaren, 54, took over on Wednesday following the departure of interim boss John Carver earlier this week. He has inherited a side that finished 15th in the Premier League table, albeit with average gates of 50,359. "Speak to anyone in football, they'll say 'Newcastle U...Full Story »

Barcelona ace Messi: No Ronaldo rivalry (no really!)

Posted Friday, June 12, 2015 by Tribalfootball.com

Barcelona star Lionel Messi insists there's no rivalry with Real Madrid ace Cristiano Ronaldo. Messi won the Treble this season, while Ronaldo finished with the Golden Boot. He told ShortList: "There is no rivalry. "It's something the media invented. We both want to do well for our clubs, it is not Messi vs Ronaldo, it never has been."Full Story »

Xavi explains his anger with Neymar

Posted Friday, June 12, 2015 by Marca.com

Xavi Hernandez explained the incident with Neymar in Barcelona's treble celebration parade. "They were trying to take my shoes off and were pushing me when I was standing on the edge of the bus. I told them to stop messing around and to focus on the fans, since the parade is for them. It's alright to have three or four beers, but the parade is for the supporters, to thank them, and you can't ...Full Story »

Rakitic: I'll run until it hurts for Messi

Posted Wednesday, June 10, 2015 by Goal.com

The Barcelona midfielder has lauded both the Argentine and Xavi and says Luis Enrique has done amazing work Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic claims he would willingly run himself into the ground in order to help unique team-mate Lionel Messi. Rakitic, who joined last summer from Europa League winners Sevilla, has enjoyed a remarkable debut campaign with the Catalans and scored in the Ch...Full Story »

Alexis Sanchez says Arsenal underachieved last season

Posted Wednesday, June 10, 2015 by theguardian.com

Alexis Sanchez has said that Arsenal should have achieved more last season despite finishing third in the league and winning the FA Cup. ''It was an OK season, but it was bittersweet,” said Sanchez, currently on international duty with Chile who are hosting the Copa America. ''I would have liked to have been in the Champions League final, to have won the Premier League title,&#...Full Story »

Christian Eriksen: “I haven’t thought about leaving” Tottenham

Posted Wednesday, June 10, 2015 by squawka.com

Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen has revealed that he hasn’t “thought about leaving” White Hart Lane this summer following another successful campaign in North London, as reported by Goal. The Danish international arrived at Spurs two years ago from Ajax, and has become a key player for them as they continue to chase that elusive top four finish, and subsequent qualificat...Full Story »

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