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3dBen Gladwell

Juve's Dybala a doubt for Spurs UCL clash

Dybala sprained a thigh in Juventus' win over Cagliari on Jan. 6 and the club confirmed an initial assessment he will miss up to six weeks.

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4dESPN staff

UEFA: Sponsorships enlarging financial gap

The financial gap between Europe's biggest clubs and the rest of the continent is increasing because of the growing impact of sponsorships, UEFA says.

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4dSam Marsden

Chapecoense, Barca up for Comeback award

Chapecoense's recovery from a plane crash and Barcelona's win against Paris Saint-Germain have been nominated for Comeback of the Year.

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4dGlenn Price

Liverpool can win Champs League - Keegan

Keegan said he sees similarities between his attack-minded Newcastle United team from 1995-96 and Jurgen Klopp's current squad.

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8dJonathan Johnson

Emery: Spain media out to destabilise PSG

PSG coach Unai Emery has claimed the Spanish media is trying to "destabilise" his team by linking superstar Neymar with a future move to Real Madrid.

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9dAndy Mitten

UEFA must act after Sevilla ticket farce

Travelling supporters appreciate the lengths to which their club has gone but, long term, the issue of European away ticket prices must be addressed.

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9dESPN staff

Neymar not in UEFA fans' team of 2017

Real Madrid dominate UEFA's Fans' Team of the Year 2017 with five players selected in the poll but there is no space for Neymar in the XI.

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9dDermot Corrigan

Zidane's Real Madrid to-do list

Real Madrid's season is dangerously close to going off the rails, here are five things Zidane can do to correct the course.

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10dRob Dawson

United fans get subsidised Sevilla tickets

Manchester United have announced they will subsidise ticket costs for supporters travelling to the Champions League clash with Sevilla.

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11dIan Holyman

Ribery: Ballon d'Or loss to Ronaldo robbery

Franck Ribery has told Canal+ that he still feels cheated out of the 2013 Ballon d'Or it was "an injustice" that he did not receive the award.

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14dGlenn Price

Barcelona seal deal for Liverpool's Coutinho

The teams announced a deal had been agreed, with sources confirming a fee of £142 million (€160m, $192.7m), with Liverpool receiving £105m up front.

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17dPA Sport

Man City top rich list, Arsenal 2nd - study

Runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City are packing more financial power than any other club in world football, according to a new study.

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17dRob Train

Zidane should be looking past La Liga

Zinedine Zidane surely won't give up on winning La Liga, but with first-place Barcelona blazing, the Real manager should key on titles later in 2018.

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21dJonathan Smith

Pep worried about City chasing 4 trophies

Pep Guardiola has admitted that he is concerned about whether his Manchester City squad can cope with challenging for four trophies.

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21dESPN staff

ESPN FC's top stories of 2017

At the end of another year of big-money transfers, historic triumphs, tragedy and scandal, ESPN FC brings you the top stories of 2017.

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23dMark Lovell

Who replaces Heynckes at Bayern?

With no one of Pep Guardiola's calibre waiting to succeed Jupp Heynckes this time, Bayern's best move might be persuading the 72-year-old to stay.

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23dESPN staff

Pep: Messi makes Barca favourites for UCL

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has said Barcelona are favourites to win the Champions League because of Lionel Messi.

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26dMark Ogden

Best and worst moments of 2017

It has been a year of highs and lows, the good, the bad and the ugly, but what have been football's best and worst moments of 2017?

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