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Champions League 2014-2015: Highlights Review Show - UCL Goals (Skysports). (20.08.2014)

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UEFA Champions League: Skysports UCL Goals and Extra Time (ITV)
Wednesday 20 Augest 2014

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Champions League 2014-2015: Highlights Review Show - Extra Time (ITV) and UCL Goals (Skysports). (19.08.2014)

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Tuesday 19 Augest 2014

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Spainish Super Cup 2014 (1st Leg): Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid Watch online Full Match Replay (Skysports 5). (19.08.2014)

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Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid
Monday, 12 August 2014


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Petrofac Training Cup 2014 - 2015: Rangers v Hearts Watch Online - Extended Highlights. (19.08.2014)

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Rangers v Clyde
Monday, 19 August 2014


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Still looking to find the net competitively for the first time since returning to the club in the summer, striker Boyd - 31 today - went about doing it in style.
And on a night when the Light Blues did little wrong against shellshocked opponents, his treble was one of many positives for the hosts to look back on.
For ex-Gers captain Barry Ferguson, now manager of the Bully Wee, his return to his old stomping ground was a painful one as his side was ripped to shreds.
In all honesty, the Cumbernauld outfit made Ally McCoist’s men look better than they had to be to progress to Thursday’s quarter-final draw at Lesser Hampden.
But they still showed great improvement on their most recent showings and displayed the same level of confidence they showed in the closing stages of their win at Falkirk on Friday.
That will do no harm at all as preparations for this weekend’s home Championship clash with Dumbarton kick off in the morning.
The first period was as one-sided a half as you’ll see in Govan this season and Rangers romped into a five-goal lead at the midway point without even hitting top gear.
They took a little time to find their range as Lewis Macleod bent a shot wide and Fraser Aird’s low drive after a one-two with the midfielder was kept out by Jamie Barclay.
Lee McCulloch also volleyed over when Macleod set him up before the deadlock was broken on the 15-minute mark.
Boyd celebrated wildly at Falkirk on Friday after finding the net late on and his joy turned to despair as he found his effort had been ruled out.
This time there was no such anguish as he got the first competitive goal of his second spell at the club with a fine finish.
Nicky Clark broke out of defence and with only Boyd ahead of him, he chose to charge forward rather than wait for his team-mates to join him.
Macleod offered him good support down the left as he crossed into Clyde’s half and for a moment it looked like the striker might pick him out.
But Clark found Boyd instead and although the ball ran slightly wider than planned, he placed the ball low under Barclay to make it 1-0.
It wasn’t long before the advantage was doubled as Aird, in his first start of the season, got his first goal.
Macleod fed Lee Wallace on the overlap and he cut back to Boyd, who dummied to tee up the 19-year-old.
Aird took aim and fired, with the ball eventually sneaking over the line after Barclay got a touch but couldn’t do enough to keep it out.
Wallace nearly hit the mark with a rocket which fizzed just past and Bilel Mohsni should have burst the net when Darren McGregor’s header was clawed away but he hammered over.
Undeterred, Rangers continued flooding forward and Boyd got his second of the night after another smart dummy when Macleod cut back.
Clark read it well and passed for his attacking colleague to slot a cool finish over the line and make it three.
McCulloch drilled in a fourth despite an away defender getting a touch on the edge of the area and almost stopping him in his tracks.
And Macleod rounded off a flawless first half from the hosts when he curled in the best goal yet from outside the area which Barclay had no chance of keeping out.
Bully Wee boss Ferguson was furious with the way his men had conducted their business so far and made a triple change for the restart with the outcome already settled.
And as much as Clyde could only really improve on their previous efforts, it wasn’t a great shock to see Gers ease off a little.
They still had the vast majority of chances though and Clark was kept out from long range while Barclay got a crucial touch on Aird’s shot from a tight angle to help it behind.
Nicky Law also hit the post with a delightful chipped effort which deserved more than to rebound away from the target.
A sixth goal was coming and when it did it brought Macleod his fourth of the campaign following earlier efforts against Hibernian and Falkirk.
It was a fine, crisp strike too as his grasscutter whistled in from just inside the area after good pressing forward by substitute Dean Shiels.
Boyd had ball in the net again seconds later but just as he did at Westfield last week, he turned to see the linesman’s flag raised for offside and didn’t complain about it.
Instead, it fell to McCulloch to get the seventh with an excellent turn and placed shot into the top corner from 25 yards.
And two minutes later Boyd finally did get his treble as he made another lung-bursting run to get on the end of David Templeton’s slipped pass.
That ensured he’d have his own trumpet to blow as well as some birthday candles but he didn’t have the final say in this one.
That honour went to visiting player Kevin Watt, who rifled home a consolation from an acute angle for his team in injury time.
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UCL 2014-2015 (Play-Off 1st Leg): Besiktas v Arsenal Watch Online - Full Match Replay. (19.08.2014)

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Besiktas v Arsenal
Tuesday, 19 August 2014


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Adrian Chiles presents full coverage from Arsenal's trip to Istanbul to play Besiktas in the first leg of the Champions League play-off. Arsene Wenger has a proud record of qualifying for the group stages for the past 16 seasons, and will hope the arrival of Chile's Alexis Sanchez will further extend that run.



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Latest Transfer News from Today's Newspapers. (19.08.2014)

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Latest Transfer News from Today's Newspapers.
Tuesday 19 August 2014





the sun
  • Former Charlton manager Chris Powell is in pole position to take over as the new Huddersfield boss.
  • Hull boss Steve Bruce wants Bayer Leverkusen centre-back Philipp Wollscheid after missing out on Tottenham's Michael Dawson.
  • Cardiff City defender Kevin Theophile-Catherine is set to join French side St Etienne on a one-year loan deal.
  • Chelsea's Josh McEachran is set to join Dutch outfit Vitesse Arnhem on a season-long loan deal.
daily star
  • Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool are on alert after Paris St-Germain's contract talks with frontman Ezequiel Lavezzi broke down.
  • Keeper Petr Cech will be axed by Jose Mourinho with Thibaut Courtois set to start for Chelsea in tonight's match with Burnley.
  • Southampton could turn to Lazio's Uruguay midfielder Alvaro Gonzalez after having a £10m bid for Spurs' Andros Townsend rejected.
  • Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Julio Cesar is set to sign a two-year contract with Benfica.
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  • Crystal Palace are planning further talks with Tim Sherwood after he impressed in initial interviews for the manager's job.
  • Meanwhile, Palace are ready to offer Glenn Murray plus cash for Sunderland striker Connor Wickham.
  • QPR keeper Julio Cesar is set to join Benfica after he agreed to take a pay cut.
  • Loic Remy will remain at QPR unless a Champions League side wants him, says pal Joey Barton.
  • Norwich and Reading are battling to sign Huddersfield midfielder Oliver Norwood.
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  • Manchester United are prepared to commit as much as £100m to their pursuit of Real Madrid's Angel di Maria.
  • QPR and Crystal Palace are lining up moves for Tottenham's 23-year-old midfielder Lewis Holtby.
daily express
  • Manchester United are back in the running to sign Roma's Dutch midfielder Kevin Strootman, with Juventus now confident they will hold onto Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal.
  • Tottenham are ready to reject a £10m offer from Southampton for England winger Andros Townsend, who is also wanted by London rivals QPR.
  • Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko, 28, has been offered a new five-year deal by manager Manuel Pellegrini, which is set to be signed this week.
the times
  • Spurs striker Roberto Soldado, an unused sub against West Ham on Saturday, could still be off to Spanish champions Atletico Madrid.
  • Everton are preparing to make an offer for striker Samuel Eto'o after holding talks with his representatives over the weekend.
  • West Ham are expected to hold talks with Morgan Amalfitano this week after agreeing a £2million fee with Marseille.
  • Spanish side Deportivo La Coruna have made a bid for Fulham's Kostas Mitroglou.
  • QPR have agreed a fee with Norwich for Leroy Fer.
  • Manchester City midfielder Bruno Zuculini has agreed to join Valencia on loan.
the guardian
  • Former Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood, 45, has emerged as a leading candidate to replace Tony Pulis at Crystal Palace.
daily record
  • Celtic are set to sign 24-year-old Rubin Kazan winger Mubarak Wakaso on a one-year loan deal.
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Ligue 1 (2014 - 2015): Review show and Highlights (BT Sports). (19.08.2014)

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Ligue 1
Tuesday, 19 August 2014



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Burnley v Chelsea - Premier League 2014-2015: Watch Online - Full Match Replay. (18.08.2014)

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Burnley v Chelsea
Sunday, 18 August 2014


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Burnley v Chelsea - Coverage of the Premier League fixture at Turf Moor, as the opening round of matches reaches a conclusion. The hosts embark on just the second Premier League campaign in their history, having also competed at this level in 2009/10, which despite being brief included memorable home victories over Manchester United and Everton. They face a Chelsea side that has seen some notable arrivals and departures since the end of last season, with former goal-scoring hero Didier Drogba among those to arrive, along with ex-Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas, while David Luiz, Ashley Cole and Frank Lampard have left for pastures new.


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The hosts went completely against the script in the 14th minute when Scott Arfield fired past Thibaut Courtois, starting ahead of Petr Cech in the Chelsea goal, to send the home fans into raptures.
However, that lead lasted just four minutes, as Diego Costa opened his Blues account, lashing the ball into the bottom corner after a low Branislav Ivanovic cross had come back off the post.
The goal of the game came just four minutes after the equaliser, when Andre Schurrle emphatically finished off a fine throughball from Cesc Fabregas to give the visitors the lead in the blink of an eye.
Not content there, the Premier League title favourites notched a third in the 34th minute, with Ivanovic getting in on the act.
As a result, the second half was not much of a spectacle, with Chelsea happy to take their foot off the gas whilst simultaneously keeping a dogged Burnley side at bay.
A booking for Costa was the only sour point in what was an impressive performance from the Blues, and sent a clear message to their title rivals in the process.
Jose Mourinho has a habit of grabbing the headlines, and he certainly did that prior to kick-off, as it was announced Courtois would start in place of Cech in the Blues’ goal.
And after Burnley had soaked up early pressure, Courtois’ first job was to pick the ball out of his net.
A left-wing corner was not properly cleared by the Blues' backline, with the ball played back into the feet of Arfield, who had the time and space to pick his spot past the Belgian stopper from the edge of the box.
The Clarets’ goal certainly jolted Mourinho’s men into life, and they were level just four minutes later.
Ivanovic was picked out on the right wing, and his low cross, whilst being poorly directed, almost caught Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton out, but the ball ricocheted into the path of Costa, who swivelled and fired the Blues level from eight yards.
Then came a thing of beauty. Ivanonic picked Fabregas out on the edge of the home side’s box, and whilst shaping to shoot, delightfully laid the ball through to Schurrle, who finished brilliantly on the run.
The action was relentless at this point. Minutes later came arguably the game's major talking point. Costa latched onto a woeful backpass from Ben Mee, knocked the ball past Heaton, who seemed to catch the Spanish striker, but referee Michael Oliver adjudged Costa's tumble to be simulated, and booked him for diving, much to his and his manager's surprise.
However, a third goal soon followed, with Ivanovic on the end of the move this time, volleying in from six yards from a Fabregas corner, although Sean Dyche would not have been happy with Burnley’s lacklustre marking.
The second half offered little in the way of goalmouth action as Chelsea took a step back.
Courtois was called into action by the impressive Arfield, who brought the best out of the Belgian, who was at full stretch to tip a fine strike over the bar.
Didier Drogba's late appearance got the away fans' pulses racing, but the result, and the emphatic response to falling behind, certainly reiterated many experts' view that this Chelsea side is the team to beat this season.

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Premier League 2014-2015: Skysports's Monday Night Football (MNF) - Burnley v Chelsea. (18.07.2014)

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Skysports's Monday Night Football MNF - Burnley v Chelsea
Monday, 18 August 2014

Ed Chamberlin Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher presents Skyspots's Monday Night Football MNF - Crystal Palace v Liverpool

Burnley v Chelsea - Coverage of the Premier League fixture at Turf Moor, as the opening round of matches reaches a conclusion. The hosts embark on just the second Premier League campaign in their history, having also competed at this level in 2009/10, which despite being brief included memorable home victories over Manchester United and Everton. They face a Chelsea side that has seen some notable arrivals and departures since the end of last season, with former goal-scoring hero Didier Drogba among those to arrive, along with ex-Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas, while David Luiz, Ashley Cole and Frank Lampard have left for pastures new.


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