Juventus have a do or die match in the Champions League

Juventus have a do or die match in the Champions League when they are against Bayern Munich in the second leg of the last 16 round.

The Italian outfit are one of the most powerful across European football going by the last few months of results. However, they failed to hold onto a 2-0 advantage at home and ended up doing the match 2-2. The two away goals have given the huge advantage to Bayern ahead of the second leg. Still, the positive aspect for Juventusis that they need only a win away from home.Patrice Evraremains confident of achieving success in Germany.

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Radamel Falcao wants to stay with Chelsea

A few years ago, Radamel Falcao was considered to be one of the top forwards in the world. The Colombian attacker really managed to make a name for himself and this was when he was performing with the Athletic Madrid jersey.

During the 2 years that Radamel Falcao spent as a player of Athletic Madrid, he managed to score league 52 goals in 68 appearances.

Falcao was so impressive with Athletic Madrid that As.Monaco were interested in signing the Colombian forward and splashed out around €60 million to secure his services.

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Paulo Ferreira praises performance of Branislav Ivanovic

Former Chelsea defender Paulo Ferreira has praised the performances of right back Branislav Ivanovic.

The Serbian defender has been unshakeable from the right back spot at Chelsea for the last 12 months. His ability to defend well coupled with his attacking instincts seems have made him one of the important members in the team. Ferreira, who was once the club’s regular right back, says that he has been very impressed with the performances of Ivanovic so far this campaign. Ferreira is the club ambassador at Chelsea after having recently retired at the age of 35.

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Santos names Ronaldo for friendly against France

The new Portugal boss, Fernando Santos, has named Cristiano Ronaldo in the squad that he has picked for the friendly encounter against France.
The Portuguese will be taking on Les Blues in a week time before they make their way to Denmark to play their second Euro qualifier.
As far as Portugal’s first qualifier is concerned, they lost it to Albania the previous month by a narrow margin.
Ronaldo was not there representing Portugal in that game. Paulo Bento, the team’s manager at that time, had kept the Blancos talisman out citing fitness issues.

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Drogba Completes Return To Chelsea

Didier Drogba completed his return to Chelsea as he denied offers that were launched at him mostly arriving from the MLS. Last season of the Premier League Chelsea struggled trying to find a solid and consistent player that could score goals for them but the arrival of Diego Costa is expected to solve that problem, it still comes into question however what role will Didier Drogba be playing.

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Portugal Hit By Ronaldo Injuries

Portugal is carrying out all of their preparations for the 2014 World Cup but they have been hit with a huge blow as C.Ronaldo continues on popping up with injuries.

C.Ronaldo is not only the star of Real Madrid but the eyes of the world will be locking their attention towards the Portuguese winger who secured the Ballon d’Or silverware some months ago and he has to step it up in order to prove why he earned this recognition.

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