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Benatia Pleased With Bayern Season, Rodgers Apologize for Liverpool Big Defeat
Bayern Munich may failed to win the Champions League and DFB Pokal this season, but grabbing Bundesliga title is already considered as a positive achievement by Mehdi Benatia. The Moroccon defender stated that although he admitted that their failure in Champions League and DFB Pokal were disappointing, but Benatia is still joyful with Bayern's success in retaining their title.
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Bayern, Dortmund and Hamburg End Bundesliga Season in a High
After such disappointing results in their recent games, Bundesliga champion, Bayern Munich were able to end their season in a positive fashion by defeating Mainz 2-0 with goals from Robert Lewandowski along with Bastian Schweinsteiger.
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Rodgers Expecting Sterling to Respect Liverpool Contract
The drama regarding Raheem Sterling's future continue to attract many attention with media already suggesting that he will depart from Anfield next summer. However, that suggestion doesn't seem to be agreed by Reds' boss, Brendan Rodgers, who insisted that his young winger will respect his remaining two years contract with Liverpool.
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Anderlecht Title Hope Vanished, Brugge Remain On Course
Anderlecht saw their chance in snatching this season's Belgium Pro League title vanished after only grabbing a 2-2 draw over Kortrijk this past midweek. That result was not enough to keep Anderlecht chasing the top seat position, which is currently being occupied by Genk.
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Ancelotti Hoping to Keep Madrid Job Despite Milan Interest
The future of Real Madrid current head coach, Carlo Ancelotti is under a serious question after Los Blancos' failure in winning any trophies by the end of this current season. Rumors are suggesting that Madrid might let Ancelotti leave with several names already being prepared as potential replacement, but the Italian tactician stated his willingness in staying at Santiago Bernebau.
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Van Bronckhorst Delighted With Feyenoord Coaching Role
Dutch side, Feyenoord Rotterdam appointed a new head coach as they introduced former national team star, Giovanni Van Bronckhorst, who is excited with his role. The former Barcelona left back revealed that being Feyenoord's head coach is like a dream come true for him, so despite his appointment didn't arrive at the best timing, he still cherish it.
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Chelsea Boss, Mourinho Upset With Fabregas Sending Off
Chelsea suffered a disappointing 3-0 league defeat against West Bromwich Albion, but that was not what made Blues' manager, Jose Mourinho fuming. The Portuguese tactician was more upset with the sending off for his star midfielder, Cesc Fabregas, who was accused of committing violent conduct.
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Enrique Pleased With Barcelona’s La Liga Glory
Barcelona finally secured this season's Spanish La Liga title after defeating Atletico Madrid 1-0 on Sunday and that result brought joy for Barca's head coach, Luis Enrique. Winning his first title as coach with Barcelona, Enrique is still hungry for more titles as his side do have a shot in becoming treble winner by the end of current season.
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Barcelona Hoping to Secure La Liga Title Against Atletico
Barcelona are hoping to secure their first title this season by snatching all three points against Atletico Madrid this Sunday, but it won't be an easy task according to the Catalan side boss, Luis Enrique.
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Wolfsburg Inching Closer to Secure Runners Up Spot
Wolfsburg looking set to secure the second place seat in German Bundesliga standings  after grabbing an important win over Borussia Dortmund last Saturday. Goals from Daniel Caliguri and Naldo were more than enough to secure all three points as Dortmund were only able to pull one back from Pierre Aubameyang's spot kick.
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Stuttgart Defeat Hamburg as Bayern Suffered Another Defeat
The relegation in German Bundesliga continue to heat up as two troubled teams, Stuttgart and Hamburg were battling out on Saturday. That direct battle was won by Stuttgart 2-1 with goals coming from Christian Gentner along with Martin Harnik, replaying an early effort from Gojko Kacar.
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Sevilla Delighted With Another Europa League Final
Spanish side, Sevilla have the chance to retain their Europa League title as they got into the final of that competition after eliminating Fiorentina in a convincing 5-0 aggregate. Winning 3-0 in their first match up at home, Unai Emery's men ensured their dominance over their opponent by grabbing a 2-0 victory this Thursday.
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Dnipro Cherished Europa League Win Over Napoli
A surprising result occurred in the second leg of Europa League semifinal when Ukraine side, Dnipro eliminated Italian representative, Napoli on Thursday. Drawing1-1 in the first leg, Dnipro grabbed a dramatic 1-0 victory over their opponent, providing a 2-1 aggregate victory which was celebrated wildly by their fans.
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