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Liverpool manager admits he would understand if Uruguayan quit Premier League after 10-game bite ban
Governing body wants to throw increased ban at Liverpool striker for violent conduct
The Argentina international came off injured in the first leg
This week's match in Paris ended 2-2
Messi breaks 40-year-old record
Barcelona forward one away from equalling 40 year old record
The latest injury to Real Madrid's German midfielder Sami Khedira comes at a tricky time for the La Liga champions with a potential banana skin awaiting at Real Mallorca on Sunday.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists his players still believe they can reach the knockout stages of the Champions League despite being denied a point at the Nou Camp last night by Barcelona left-back Jordi Alba's last-gasp winner.
You will understand why I was not able to discuss publicly the technical qualities of Wayne Rooney while I was with Liverpool! But now is the time to examine the aspects of his play which we can look out for and enjoy against Ukraine tonight. They make him an even better player than the one he was a few years ago.
European champions Barcelona have pledged to capture the Club World Cup for striker David Villa, who suffered a sickening leg break in Thursday's semi-final in Japan.
Liverpool director of football Damien Comolli has praised owners Fenway Sports Group for their "brave" approach to the transfer window.
Guardiola's side on Monday had no strikers but they still put five past Villarreal. Are they better than last year?
Barcelona and France defender Eric Abidal, who had surgery on a liver tumour in March, is hoping to be back to full fitness for the Champions League final at the end of this month.
Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva is optimistic about the future after signing a new long-term contract with the club.
Neymar, the next Brazilian sensation, will be playing in England next summer - whether he signs for a Premier League club or not.
Fernando Torres is convinced he made the right decision to leave Liverpool for Chelsea after failing to believe in talk of new projects at Anfield, the Spain striker said today.