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Souness: Gunner win the group
Souness: Gunner win the group Graeme Souness

Souness: Gunner win the group

Graeme Souness says Arsenal will win their group and have the potential to go far in Europe this season.

Souness: Chelsea, City will progress Graeme Souness

Souness: Chelsea, City will progress

Graeme Souness tips Bayern Munich to win the Champions League, but says City and Chelsea could go close.

Souness: Send Durm off Graeme Souness

Souness: Send Durm off

Graeme Souness says Germany's Erik Durm should have seen red for preventing a Scotland equaliser in Dortmund on Sunday.

Souness: Scotland can believe Graeme Souness

Souness: Scotland can believe

Scotland may not get anything in Germany but they can still reach Euro 2016, says Graeme Souness.

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Cech over Courtois

Jose Mourinho must pick Chelsea's goalkeeper, but Graeme Souness has no doubts who he'd choose.

Souness: Positives for Newcastle Graeme Souness

Souness: Positives for Newcastle

Graeme Souness says Newcastle will have a good season if their young stars maintain their bravery.

Souness: Cech over Courtois Graeme Souness

Souness: Cech over Courtois

Jose Mourinho must pick Chelsea's goalkeeper, but Graeme Souness has no doubts who he'd choose.

Pundits hail Ronaldo's moment Graeme Souness

Pundits hail Ronaldo's moment

Graeme Souness and Glenn Hoddle say Cristiano Ronaldo has underlined his status as the world's best.

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Champions League: Yaya Toure off the pace as Manchester City succumb to late goal against Bayern Munich

Vincent Kompany said earlier this week that Yaya Toure was "not far off" signing a new Manchester City deal; that's considerably closer than he got to any Bayern Munich midfielder on Wednesday night.

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Not many Englishmen know Dutch football better than Rob McDonald. The former Newcastle United striker spent the best part of eight years in the country as a player, winning the Eredivisie title during his time in Eindhoven with a PSV team that included the genius of Ruud Gullit.

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