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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Oct. 24, 2014
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique on Friday confirmed that Luis Suarez will play in Saturday's Clasico vs. Real Madrid, although according to reports, he will most likely start from the bench. The Barca striker, whose four-month ban from club soccer for biting Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup expires on Friday, ... Read the whole story
AS reports that Saturday's Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona at the Bernabeu in Madrid will be broadcast live in more than 100 countries, with a potential viewing audience of 400 million people. According to Imagina Media, the season's first Clasico is expected to break existing viewing records in North ... Read the whole story
AS Roma coach Rudi Garcia on Friday admitted that his team has a long way to go to be considered one of Europe's elite teams following the 7-1 thrashing his team received at home to Bayern Munich on Tuesday. After fellow Italian giants Juventus and Napoli also lost their European ... Read the whole story
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba on Friday signed a new deal that will keep him at the Turin club until 2019. The French international joined the Italian champion from Manchester United in 2012 and his since become a mainstay in the center of midfield alongside Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal. The ... Read the whole story
Brazilian national team coach Dunga on Friday revealed that Neymar will retain the captain's armband when former skipper Thiago Silva returns to the squad next month for the first time since the World Cup. The Barcelona forward was handed the armband in September for the first of Dunga's games in ... Read the whole story
Jose Mourinho on Friday revealed that Chelsea striker Diego Costa could play at Manchester United on Sunday, despite being hospitalized with a stomach virus earlier this week. Costa, the Premier League's joint-top scorer with 9 goals, missed the Blues' last two games through a combination of his ongoing hamstring trouble ... Read the whole story
According to reports in England, Frank Lampard could be able to stay on loan at Manchester City for longer if New York City FC, his parent club, holds a January training camp at the champions' new City Football Academy training complex. The reports claim the option of the MLS club ... Read the whole story
Former England captain and Queens Park Rangers defender Rio Ferdinand has said he plans to retire at the end of the current season. In an interview, the 35-year-old says, "I probably think the end of this season," when asked about retirement. "I'm not fearful of retirement, I'm looking forward to ... Read the whole story


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