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Silva: I want more goals

Manchester City playmaker David Silva is hungry for more goals after filling a void, due in part to the absence of talisman Sergio Aguero, for the champions by striking twice against Crystal Palace.

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Allegri: We're as motivated as Napoli

Juventus have just as much motivation as Monday's rivals Napoli to win the Italian Supercoppa final, according to Bianconeri coach Massimiliano Allegri. continue reading »

Suarez: Win means more than goal

Luis Suarez was delighted to score his first Spanish La Liga goal for Barcelona, but claimed the victory over lowly Cordoba was more important.

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Burns brace sees Wellington to win

Nathan Burns pushed his claims for Socceroo selection in next month's AFC Asian Cup with a brace to guide Wellington Phoenix to a 2-0 Australian A-League victory over Sydney FC.

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Klopp: We look like total idiots

Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp feels his team were made to look like "total idiots" after their final German Bundesliga fixture of 2014 ended in yet another defeat.

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Romagnoli: We ought to have gone for it more

San Lorenzo captain Leandro Romagnoli, after shedding tears on the pitch following defeat to Real Madrid, remained in pensive mood when speaking exclusively to FIFA.com.

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Kroos: Beautiful end to sensational year

Already victorious with Germany at Brazil 2014, Toni Kroos spoke exclusively to FIFA.com after sealing his second global crown of the year at the FIFA Club World Cup. continue reading »

Happy Birthday to you!

In our regular Sunday feature, FIFA.com previews the week's upcoming footballing birthdays, with a FIFA World Cup winner, a Welsh midfield wizard and an imposing French central defender all celebrating.

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Van Gaal: Villa draw dents title hopes

Louis van Gaal fears Manchester United's failure to beat Aston Villa will prove a major blow to their hopes of winning the English Premier League title, saying his united side were "the better team."

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Vicelich: Bronze is our gold

For Auckland City captain Ivan Vicelich, a bronze medal represents a fitting climax to a long career. FIFA.com spoke with the veteran about his delight at the team's showing at Morocco 2014.

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Ramos outshines the rest

No sooner did the curtain come down on the final of the FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2014 than Sergio Ramos was named the best player of the tournament. FIFA.com presents an overview of all the competition’s award recipients.

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PSG miss chance to go top

Stuttering Paris Saint-Germain missed the chance to go top of Ligue 1 as Montpellier held them to a 0-0 draw at the Parc des Princes, while Monaco moved up to fifth after a 1-0 win at Metz. 

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FIFA World Champions Badge honours Real Madrid’s impeccable year

After a year that saw them conquer Europe for a tenth time, Real Madrid capped off the year in perfect style by securing the FIFA World Champions Badge after winning the FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2014. continue reading »

Milan help out Juve in title race

AC Milan did their former coach Massimiliano Allegri a favour by holding Roma to a 0-0 draw with ten men at the Stadio Olimpico, while Cesena and Sassuolo ended in a 1-1 draw. 

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Suarez on target in Barça win

Luis Suarez scored his first Primera Division goal and Lionel Messi hit a late double as Barcelona rounded off a difficult 2014 by thrashing Cordoba 5-0, while Real Sociedad drew 1-1 at Levante.

 

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