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Lindsay aiming high in Morocco

Auckland City FC midfielder Cameron Lindsay is setting his sights on regaining a professional contract and the former New Zealand youth international is hoping Morocco 2014 will be the perfect springboard. continue reading »

Aguero keeps City's campaign on track, Messi breaks record

A Sergio Aguero hat-trick gave Manchester City renewed a lifeline as the Citizens beat Bayern Munich 3-2, while Aguero's Argentina team-mate Lionel Messi became the all-time leading goalscorer in the UEFA Champions League with a hat-trick of his own.

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QPR's Sandro sidelined until new year

Queens Park Rangers midfielder Sandro will be on the sidelines until at least the new year after suffering a right knee injury in the club's 1-0 loss away to Newcastle. 

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Messi breaks Champions League scoring record

Lionel Messi became the all time leading goalscorer in the UEFA Champions League just four days after achieving the same feat in La Liga by scoring a hat-trick against APOEL Nicosia.

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Curcic replaces Advocaat as Serbia coach

Radovan Curcic on Tuesday was named as the new manager of Serbia, the Serbia U-21 coach succeeding Dick Advocaat who resigned this month, the national football federation said.

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Tevez: We have to replicate our league form

Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has urged his team-mates to recreate their Italian Serie A form in the crunch UEFA Champions League clash at Malmo on Wednesday. 

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Wenger discusses Wilshere injury, Koscielny return

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted Jack Wilshere will be "out for a while", but expressed his relief at having Laurent Koscielny back at his disposal. continue reading »

Watzke: Dortmund need blood, sweat and tears

Hans-Joachim Watzke has demanded the Borussia Dortmund players give it their all and turn around a hugely disappointing start to their Bundesliga campaign. continue reading »

Ramalho: The Sao Paulo fans must push us

Muricy Ramalho has urged the Sao Paulo supporters to help them overturn a first-leg loss in the second leg of their Copa Sudamericana semi-final, while Luis Fabiano is confident the Brazilians can progress. continue reading »

Stevens makes Stuttgart return

Dutch trainer Huub Stevens is back again at German Bundesliga bottom side VfB Stuttgart after being named successor to Armin Veh as head coach.

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Rodriguez's world-class strike

James Rodriguez's wonder goal for Colombia against Uruguay at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is the latest FIFA Puskás Award nominee under the microscope. continue reading »

Rosenberg: I couldn't have imagined it being this good

Former Werder Bremen and Ajax striker Markus Rosenberg speaks to FIFA.com about his fairy tale return to Sweden with Malmo and their vital upcoming Champions League showdown with Juventus. continue reading »

Tension in the air as last 16 looms

FIFA.com previews Tuesday's UEFA Champions League group stage matches with Manchester City hosting German giants Bayern Munich, while Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea are all in action.  continue reading »

Arsenal hit back to beat Newell's

Arsenal Sarandi moved into the top half after twice coming from a goal down to claim a 4-2 win at 10-man Newell's Old Boys. continue reading »

Nasri demands more from City

Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri says the club should qualify for the UEFA Champions League given the class of players in the side. continue reading »