Fri01202017

LAST_UPDATEFri, 20 Jan 2017 10pm

Chiesa: 'Like A Viola Title'

Federico Chiesa said Fiorentina beating Juventus “is like its own season all by itself” and claims he did get a touch for the second goal.

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Sousa: 'Fiorentina Always Like This'

Paulo Sousa insists he did not adjust Fiorentina to neutralise Juventus. “If we play with this desire, determination and intensity, we’ll be difficult for anyone to beat.”

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Fiorentina Flatten Rivals Juventus

Nikola Kalinic and Milan Badelj gave Fiorentina their first home win over Juventus since 2013 and sent the leaders down to a shock 2-1 defeat.

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‘Money Is Not Everything' - Conte Issues Warning Amid China Speculation

The Spain international was left out of the Blues squad, and his manager insists that high wages in the CSL should not turn players' heads.

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Harry Kane Backs Tottenham To Go Global As He Opens Up About Chinese Super League Interest

HARRY KANE insists no one at Tottenham is dreaming of a Chinese pay day with their sights firmly set on the Premier League title.

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Benzema's Carelessness Proves Costly As Madrid Snap 40-Game Unbeaten Run

After a record-breaking 40-match unbeaten run, Real Madrid finally suffered a nail-biting 2-1 defeat against Sevilla at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. The match between the top two teams in La Liga at present did not disappoint; it was full of intensity, alternatives and tactical nuances. Zinedine Zidane's team, with a rare 3-5-2 formation, took the lead in the second half, but in a hectic final five minutes Sevilla came back to win the three points and cut Madrid's league lead to one point.

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Mourinho On Klopp Row: 'He Thought I Was Asking For His Player To Be Sent Off'

Jose Mourinho explained a touchline argument with Jurgen Klopp, late on during the sides' 1-1 draw on Sunday, by saying that the Liverpool manager thought the Manchester United boss wanted one of his players to be sent off.

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Bottas Move To Mercedes Is Close, Says Williams

Pic: ReutersLONDON: Williams are close to agreeing a deal that would see their Finnish driver Valtteri Bottas replace retired Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg at Mercedes, deputy principal Claire Williams said on Sunday.

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Title Is Beyond Man City After Everton Loss, Says Guardiola

Pic: ReutersPep Guardiola appeared to concede that winning the Premier League title was beyond his Manchester City side after perhaps the most chastening defeat of his managerial career on Sunday.

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Man City's Title Hopes Hit By Lukaku And Everton Teens

Pic: ReutersManchester City's Premier League title hopes were delivered a grievous blow on Sunday as Everton's inspired Romelu Lukaku and teenagers Tom Davies and Ademola Lookman made it another crushing afternoon for Pep Guardiola.

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