Liverpool fans were happy when they drew Villarreal in the semi finals of the Europa League but the Spanish side will be no pushovers.
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With UEFA handing down a season-long ban to Galatasaray for breaching regulations, Thomas Wyer discusses why Financial Fair Play is failing in the very thing it sets out to do.
Alan Moore returns with another column, this time discussing the fine lines surrounding patriotism in Russia.
The second part of Beautiful Game’s White Hart Lane experience for Tottenham Hotspur’s Europa League clash with AS Monaco.
Something a bit different from Beautiful Game with a trip to White Hart Lane to watch Tottenham Hotspur host AS Monaco in the Europa League.
Paul Murphy discusses the demise of Glasgow Celtic in Europe in the wake of their latest Parkhead defeat to Ajax.
Craig Vickers believes that Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri should reflect on previous performances if he’s to succeed in Europe this season.
Jamie Einchcomb discusses Villareal and Celta Vigo’s challenge for La Liga’s fourth Champions League place.
With a Europa League campaign already mired in disappointment and talk of player discontent, the pressure is on Ronny Deila to turn it around at Celtic, writes Paul Murphy.
Paul Murphy discusses the possible implications for Celtic boss Ronnie Deila should the worst happen against Molde BK in the Europa League.