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Johnny Phillips questions whether fervent mic men, mascots and fireworks add anything to football....
Guillem Balague blogs on Barcelona's summer changes and how Man City can best beat them....
Joe Hart believes Manchester City are capable of stunning the Nou Camp and knocking Barcelona out of Europe.
Manchester United star Wayne Rooney admits it is hard to see rivals Liverpool battling for the Premier League title.
Ralph Krueger has been appointed Southampton chairman just weeks after helping Canada to ice hockey gold.
Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has told Arsene Wenger to "stop complaining" after being called a diver.
Sunderland boss Gus Poyet insists he is more than happy to work with a director of football at the Stadium of Light.
Arsenal bow out at Bayern but there was a positive in Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, writes Matt Stanger.
Manuel Pellegrini's Manchester City side must seek an early goal at Camp Nou, writes Daniel Storey.
A good joke brought Wolves plenty of attention last week after an admin error went viral. The famous badge was printed upside down on a supporter’s shirt.