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Barca’s Treble Dream Continues: Continental Europe Cup Final Roundup

David Cullinane reviews all the action from Europe’s continental cup finals, including Barcelona’s win over Athletic Bilbao.    DFB-Pokal (Germany) Borussia Dortmund 1-3 Wolfsburg Not a classic in many ways but it did throw up some fascinating talking points. Jurgen Klopp leaves Dortmund without that fairytale ending but there were magical scenes for Wolfsburg, who won their first ever DFB-Pokal. Potentially …

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Chelsea Will Regret Selling Kevin de Bruyne

Chelsea were unimpressive and sloppy during their 1-1 draw with Southampton last weekend as players like Fabregas and Oscar failed to provide the creativity to secure the three points they needed to edge them closer to the Premier League title. On the same day as Chelsea’s unexciting draw with Southampton, a former Chelsea player lit up the Bundesliga and secured …

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Bundesliga Review: Matchday 13

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Callum Connolly reviews matchday 13 of the Bundesliga in a week where Borussia Dortmund drop to bottom of the table while Bayern Munich continue their dominance at the top.  Jürgen Klopp must be feeling the warm breath of the Dortmund board on the back of his neck after Sunday’s 2-0 loss in Frankfurt. Qualification to the last 16 of the …

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Bundesliga Review: Cruyff Turns, Goals And Despair On MD 12

Classy Cruyff turns, horrific injuries and wondrous goals were there for all to see in the twelfth round of fixtures in Germany’s Bundesliga, writes Callum Connolly.  Schalke took on much fancied Wolfsburg at the Veltins Arena, Bayern faced Hoffenheim at the top of the table, whilst Hannover battled Leverkusen with both sides vying for a place in Europe next season. Mainz’s inconsistent season …

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Luiz Gustavo Is An Arsenal Target

Brazilian defensive midfielder Luiz Gustavo looks like he may be switching to the Premier League with the Mirror reporting that Arsenal had scouts looking at the 27-year-old. Gustavo, who currently plays for Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga, would be the ideal addition to a midfield that is currently packed with creative talent but a more tough tackling defensive midfielder would give …

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Top Five Youngsters To Make Big Moves After The World Cup

Just as soon as the final ball is kicked in Brazil next month, you can rest assured that the normal order of club football business will resume immediately. The World Cup itself represents a cinema-screen size shop window for all clubs around the world, so here are five players that could impress and prompt big money moves.   1. Julian …

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