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Football: Rangers cling on to Euro dream

Parma 1 Rangers 0 Rangers win 2-1 on aggregate

Sports betting: Internazionale should get it right under Lippi

INTERNAZIONALE LOOK a good bet to win the scudetto, the Italian league title, which gets under way this weekend. It all went wrong for Inter last term. Ronaldo, their brilliant striker, was plagued with tendinitis and Roberto Baggio, their veteran playmaker, and Franceso Moriero, the winger, were also injury prone. Moreover, Inter's defence went to pieces as Gianluca Pagliuca, their goalkeeper, lost his way while the outfield defenders, led by the aging Giuseppe Bergomi, provided scant security.

Rangers Football: Rangers in the mood for Parma

DICK ADVOCAAT did not stick around the see Rangers finish work on Saturday. A flight to Milan took precedence, to snatch a glimpse of Parma on Saturday night, but by Wednesday night he expects his team to have completed the second half of their Italian job.

Football: Porrini has Parma top of his hit list

Phil Gordon reveals why the Rangers defender is on a mission

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Football: Rangers earn Parma's praise

THE United States coach, Bruce Arena, was one of the first to congratulate Claudio Reyna after his inspirational performance for Rangers in their 2-0 first leg win over Parma in Wednesday's Champions League qualifier.

Football: Rangers 2 Parma 0 - Parma punished by Rangers

RANGERS were in blue heaven at Ibrox last night. In two weeks' time, they might be in the Champions League's elite group stages.

Football: Rangers need ingenuity to upset Parma

BARRY FERGUSON discovered the hard way last season that a reputation is not always a good thing. Tonight the Rangers playmaker will stay in the background, hopeful that his sacrifice can help Rangers claim a centre- stage place among Europe's elite.

Football: Derby to spike Arsenal's guns

DERBY COUNTY, who silenced a few of their detractors with a plucky point against Leeds at Elland Road on Saturday, can hold Arsenal to a draw at Pride Park tonight. The Gunners, who made heavy weather of beating Leicester 2-1 at Highbury, may be happy to settle for a point.

Visual Arts: The Italy where less is more

The photographer Luigi Ghirri found beauty not in Tuscany but in the austere simplicity of the Po valley

Football: Reyna's double breaks Hearts

Heart of Midlothian 0

Football: Two huge clubs, one pot of gold

`Uefa's draw has paired the heaviest spenders at this stage - pounds 100m of talent will be on show'; Phil Gordon finds Parma and Rangers playing for high stakes

Football: Rangers ready to tackle Parma

Rangers 3 Haka 0 Rangers win 7-1 on aggregate

Football: Rangers face fraught night in the forest

TWO ENGLISHMEN abroad will seek to drag Scotland's standing in European football to an even lower level in the backwoods of Finland tonight.

Football: Italy in total command

Italy 4 Wales 0
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