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The Morocco international ends his loan spell with the Cottagers to move to Serie A

Boateng and Muntari were the heroes for Milan

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A look ahead to tonight’s Champions League clash at the Nou Camp

Lionel Messi trains with his Barcelona team-mates

Barcelona v AC Milan: 'Monster' Lionel Messi means no easy ride for Milan in the Champions League

AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani hopes Ballon d'Or winner has a night off

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Andre Villas-Boas keen for Tottenham to move on from Liverpool defeat

Spurs threw away a lead at Anfield

Lionel Messi pictured in the Copa del Rey defeat to Real Madrid

Barcelona look to Lionel Messi to inspire Champions League comeback against AC Milan

The Catalan side trail 2-0 after the first leg

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Fifa extends match-fixing bans in new crackdown

Match-fixing bans imposed on 74 players and officials from Italy and South Korea have been extended worldwide by Fifa. The move comes two days after the governing body announced that bans on 58 Chinese football officials and players would also be enforced worldwide.

FC Sion's new manager Gennaro Gattuso squres up with Bayern Munich's Willy Sagnol in 2002

Gennaro Gattuso takes player-coach role at Swiss side FC Sion

Italian World Cup winner joined the club in the summer

Mario Balotelli was abused by Internazionale fans

Milan back down to earth as they are held to draw by Inter

After beating Barcelona in the Champions League last Wednesday, Milan's mood was tempered following a 1-1 draw with city neighbours Internazionale in a derby that was a tale of two sharply different halves.

David Beckham and Joey Barton, hero and villain, may not be so different – at least they have ventured afield

The Last Word: David Beckham and Joey Barton - Paris match made in heaven and hell

Without incentive, British footballers have betrayed shocking insularity

Terence Carter in Hanoi, Vietnam

On the road: Karaoke, bikes, loudspeakers – peaceful it’s not

Lionel Messi endured a frustrating night against Milan

Have Europe's elite worked out how to beat Barça?

Messi and Co are almost invincible in La Liga, but shock Milan defeat was more evidence disciplined defence can stop their passing game – and that they lack a Plan B

Boateng and Muntari were the heroes for Milan

'Not bad for someone who does not know ****': The Italian press reaction to AC Milan's victory over Barcelona

A look at the Italian press following AC Milan's shock victory over Barcelona in the Champions League

Lionel Messi pictured in Barcelona's defeat to AC Milan

La Liga quartet flirting with Champions League exits

'Suspense for the Spanish Champions League teams', was the headline in Marca this morning

Sulley Ali Muntari celebrates at the end of the Champions League clash between AC Milan and Barcelona

'It was an extraordinary game': AC Milan revel in role as underdogs against Barcelona

Manager Massimiliano Allegri hails defensive display of the Serie A team

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