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Napoli sack manager despite Champions League progression

Napoli have sacked manager Carlo Ancelotti less than three hours after he guided them into the Champions League knockout stages. The Serie A club had not won in nine games in all competitions until Tuesday's 4-0 success at home to Genk. Ancelotti was in his second season in charge of Napoli but

English clubs on the march again in Champions League

Liverpool and Chelsea completed a sweep of Premier League clubs into the knockout stage of the Champions League on Tuesday, a season after England had two of its representatives in the final. The English are on the march again in the Champions League. Liverpool and Chelsea completed

MANCHESTER CITY CONSIDERING BARCELONA’S UMTITI TO FIX DEFENSIVE SETBACK IN JANUARY

Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti has been linked with a move to Manchester City next year amid doubts on his Camp Nou future. The France international has been struggling with a persistent knee injury for the past year, with the club alternating between treatments in order to solve the issue. After the issued was flagged up by club

BRAZILIAN SIDE CRUIZERO RELEGATED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 98 YEARS

Cruzeiro fans rioted Sunday after seeing their side relegated from Brazil's Serie A for the first time in their 98-year history Goals from Ze Rafael and Dudu condemned Cruzeiro to a 2-0 home defeat to Palmeiras on the final day of the season and saw the game abandoned five minutes before full-time as supporters threw chairs

SOLKSJAER DETERMINED TO FIX UNITED PROBLEMS AFTER SPURS AND CITY WINS

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has called on his Manchester United side to repeat their big match form against the top flight’s lesser lights as part of a continued charge into the top four. They beat their neighbours Manchester City 2-1 at the weekend. Victory over local rivals City on Saturday was the latest quality performance against

MARSEILLE WINS 6TH STRAIGHT FRENCH LEAGUE GAME, CLOSES ON LEADERS PSG

Marseille kept pace with French Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) on Sunday after coming from behind to beat Bordeaux 3-1 and rack up a sixth straight win that keeps them five points behind the champions. Jordan Amavi, Morgan Sanson and Nemanja Radonjic hit the decisive goals in front of a raucous crowd of around 52,000

WE LIKE TO BE OVERLOOKED – BRENDAN RODGERS

Leicester City manager, Brendan Rodgers has acknowledged the look down on his team and made bold to see it as a virtue as the title race heightens. The foxes have largely been ignored in the Premier League title race debate, despite running as the closest challengers to leaders Liverpool, but manager Brendan Rodgers says his

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