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Phil Thompson is backing Liverpool to beat Real Madrid in the Champions League, despite the poor display in Basel.
Frank Lampard is a football icon and can be proud of a ‘stellar’ England career, says Phil Thompson.
Phil Thompson says Chelsea will triumph and that we should keep an eye on Drogba and Aguero.
England must adopt Germany's coaching structure if they are to match the world champions, says Thommo.
Luis Suarez and Alexis Sanchez may have gone elsewhere, but Liverpool will find new stars, says Phil Thompson.
Phil Thompson says Brendan Rodgers won't influence Steven Gerrard’s decision over his England future.
Phil Thompson remembers Pele, Eusebio and more as he tells us why he loves the World Cup.
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We build up to a huge weekend of live football including interviews with Premier League managers plus Europa League reaction.
Real Madrid face Barcelona this weekend in the first El Clasico of the season, with Luis Suarez set to make his debut.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino admitted Erik Lamela's 'rabona' strike was one of the best goals he has ever seen.
Injuries to key men for Man Utd and Chelsea will test the tactics of both bosses, says Jamie Redknapp.
Papers say Gonzalo Higuain will reject a move to Liverpool as replacement for Mario Balotelli while Virgil van Dijk talks of his Celtic future.
Is El Clasico all about Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi? It’s also a big one for Iker Casillas, Luis Suarez and Isco
When the two greatest players in the world are on show it’s understandable that they should grab the bulk of the attention. Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are both fit and in form for El Clasico this Saturday and that means this could be a showdown to remember.
Manchester United v Chelsea: If Jose Mourinho's team go to Old Trafford and win the Invincibles talk will be no joke
Cesc Fabregas was adamant when asked the question. Could Chelsea remain unbeaten? “No, no, this is a joke. This is a joke. There will only be one team who can do that - the Arsenal Invincibles team of 2003.” Respectful of his former club’s achievement and downplaying expectations.
Louis van Gaal versus Jose Mourinho: In their own words and the words of the players who know them both well
Sir Bobby Robson is rightly credited as the man who helped launch Jose Mourinho’s astonishing career, but when the veteran manager was moved upstairs at Barcelona in 1997, the future of his Portuguese coach was uncertain.