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REAL MADRID and Sevilla meet this weekend for a huge clash at the top of La Liga.Both sides are chasing an historic title and will be buoyed by the go

Real Madrid manager Zidane Zidane says Eden Hazard has 'apologised to me, the players and the club'

Belgian attacker has come in for fierce criticism after being pictured laughing with Chelsea players after team's Champions League exit

Messi 7/10, Griezmann 5/10 as Barcelona fail to boost La Liga title hopes with draw vs. Atletico


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Messi 7/10, Griezmann 5/10 as Barcelona fail to boost La Liga title hopes with draw vs. Atletico
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Janusz Michallik feels both Barcelona and Atletico Madrid will lament the goalless draw. (1:22)
Atletico stay top for now but they will be replaced by Madrid if Zinedine Zidane's side beat Sevilla on Sunday. Barca, meanwhile, remain two points behind Atletico with just three games to play.
Both teams had their goalkeepers to thank for Saturday's result. Marc-Andre ter Stegen made a string of first-half saves to keep Barca in the game, while Jan Oblak produced two fine stops to keep out Lionel Messi. Substitute Ousmane Dembele had a great chance to win it for the home side late on, but the Frenchman headed over when unmarked from just six yards out.

Barca, Madrid, Juve cling onto Super League, denounce UEFA

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Daily Times
May 9, 2021
The three remaining European Super League rebels stepped up their criticism of UEFA on Saturday, with Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus denouncing intolerable threats for their refusal to back down on the prospect of a breakaway competition.
The other nine clubs who formed the ill-fated Super League three weeks ago accepted a settlement on Friday to be fined by UEFA and stay within the open Champions League structure.
“We regret to see that our friends and founding partners of the Super League project have now found themselves in such inconsistent and contradictory position when signing a number of commitments to UEFA yesterday,” Barcelona, Madrid and Juventus said in a joint statement.

Hazard apologised to me, the players and the club – Zidane


Hazard apologised to me, the players and the club – Zidane
09 May 2021 / 12:00 H.
MADRID: Zinedine Zidane
(pix) said on Saturday Eden Hazard had apologised to him, the players and the club for laughing with Chelsea players after Real Madrid’s Champions League exit earlier this week.
Hazard joked with Chelsea’s Kurt Zouma and Edouard Mendy after the fulltime whistle on Wednesday at Stamford Bridge, where Madrid had lost 2-0, and 3-1 on aggregate, to go out in the semifinals.
It prompted an angry reaction from sections of the media in Spain, with Madrid newspaper
Marca claiming Hazard’s “popularity is now at rock bottom”.

Aguero penalty gaffe leaves Man City legend chasing one final magic moment


With City leading 1-0 in first-half stoppage time and knowing victory would secure them - and Aguero - a fifth Premier League title, the former Atletico Madrid man was handed the ball after Billy Gilmour fouled Gabriel Jesus inside the penalty area.
But when his attempted Panenka looped into the arms of visiting goalkeeper Edouard Mendy, Aguero could do little to hide his embarrassment.
He shuffled away sheepishly, apologising Senegal international Mendy as he did, and would no doubt have spent the half-time break saying sorry to his team-mates too.
"I would like to apologise to my team-mates, staff and supporters for missing the penalty." Aguero wrote on Twitter post-match. "It was a bad decision and I take full responsibility."

Real Madrid takes the advantage as Barcelona, Atletico draw

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Real Madrid takes the advantage as Barcelona, Atletico draw
Los Blancos will go to the top of the table if they beat Sevilla on Sunday night.
May 9, 2021 07:24 BST
The result of Saturday afternoon's crucial match between FC Barcelona and Atletico Madrid could not have gone any better for Real Madrid. The goalless draw between the two sides meant that Los Blancos have the opportunity to claim the top spot at the La Liga Santander table, but only if they overcome Sevilla on Sunday.
The weekend arrived with Atletico leading the La Liga race by just two points ahead of both Real Madrid and Barcelona. The draw means that they dropped two crucial points, and a victory will take Real Madrid level with 77 points. Thanks to a superior head-to-head advantage, the defending champions will take the top step.

Real Madrid vs Sevilla: Simeone says he won't watch as title slips from Atletico

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Atletico Madrid squandered a 10-point advantage that they had earlier in the season.
May 9, 2021 09:40 BST
Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone will not be watching Real Madrid take on Sevilla FC on Sunday evening, as the defending champions attempt to snatch the top spot of the La Liga table away from his team. He spoke openly about his feelings following the 0-0 draw between Atletico and FC Barcelona at the Camp Nou on Saturday.
A victory against Barcelona could have given Atletico a firmer grip on the title even if their rivals win all of their remaining matches. However, the two dropped points now means that Real Madrid can go level on points and overtake them for the lead with a win against fourth-placed Sevilla.

Super League punishment: 9 clubs accept UEFA fines, 3 face bans

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9 Super League clubs accept UEFA fines, 3 rebels face bans
The Super League imploded after the English clubs backed out less than 48 hours after it was announced following a backlash from fans and British government.
Author: ROB HARRIS (AP Global Soccer Writer)
Published: 4:35 PM EDT May 7, 2021
Updated: 4:35 PM EDT May 7, 2021
Only nine of the 12 European clubs who launched an ill-fated bid to form a Super League have agreed to a peace deal with UEFA and accepted being fined millions of dollars.
The remaining trio of rebels are at risk of being banned from the Champions League for not renouncing the breakaway. Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus have refused to approve what UEFA on Friday called “reintegration measures,” and they will be referred to UEFA disciplinary bodies for sanctions after backing the new largely closed competition.

Barca, Real and Juventus facing Champions League bans

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Only nine of the 12 European clubs who launched an ill-fated bid to form a Super League have agreed to a peace deal with UEFA and accepted being fined millions of dollars.
The remaining trio of rebels - Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus - are at risk of being banned from the Champions League for not renouncing the breakaway.
The three mega-clubs have refused to approve what UEFA on Friday called "reintegration measures," and they will be referred to UEFA disciplinary bodies for sanctions after backing the new largely closed competition.
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The Super League project imploded three weeks ago after English clubs - Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham - backed out inside 48 hours after a backlash from fans and the British government.

9 Super League clubs accept UEFA fines, 3 rebels face bans


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Chelsea's Ben Chilwell, left, celebrates with his teammate Antonio Rudiger at the end of the Champions League semifinal 2nd leg soccer match between Chelsea and Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge in London, Wednesday, May 5, 2021. Chelsea won 2-0. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant) Photo: Associated Press
By ROB HARRIS AP Global Soccer Writer
Only nine of the 12 European clubs who launched an ill-fated bid to form a Super League have agreed to a peace deal with UEFA and accepted being fined millions of dollars.
The remaining trio of rebels are at risk of being banned from the Champions League for not renouncing the breakaway. Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus have refused to approve what UEFA on Friday called “reintegration measures,” and they will be referred to UEFA disciplinary bodies for sanctions after backing the new largely closed competition.

Lionel Messi under inverstigation for breaking Covid-19 protocols

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Spain is still imposing numerous safety protocols in relation to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.
May 8, 2021 05:40 BST
FC Barcelona captain Lionel Messi has landed in hot water after inviting his teammates to a barbecue party at his home last Monday. The Public Health Agency of Catalonia has reportedly opened a case against the footballer for violating the COVID-19 health and safety protocols that are currently in place in the region.
All of the Barcelona players who attended the gathering tested negative in antigen tests and are still constantly being tested before and after matches as part of La Liga protocols. However, the fact that they attended a gathering with their respective spouses and partners still goes against regulations which only allow a maximum of six people to come together and only in an open space.

UEFA accepts reintegration of nine teams which withdrew from Super League: Measures announced against the rest

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European Super League project and announced disciplinary measures for the other three including
Real Madrid and Barcelona.
The European football governing body claims that nine of the 12 teams involved in the creation of the Super League have submitted a 'Club Commitment Declaration', through which they commit to both UEFA's and their national federations' competitions.
In addition, the nine clubs recognise that the creation of the Super League was a mistake and have apologised to the institutions and their fans.
Arsenal, AC Milan, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Inter, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have all signed a document in which they abide by the following points stating that each club:

UEFA reintegrates nine Super League clubs as Barca, Real Madrid and Juventus face punishment for holding out

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What has been said?
Despite renouncing the plan, the nine reintegrated teams - Arsenal, AC Milan, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Inter, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham - will lose five percent of the revenue they would have received from UEFA for one season.
"Those nine clubs acknowledge and accept that the Super League project was a mistake and apologise to fans, national associations, national leagues, fellow European clubs and UEFA," a statement from UEFA read. 
"They have also recognised that the project would not have been authorised under UEFA Statutes and Regulations."
The European football body added that the clubs have "committed to and will participate in any UEFA Club Competitions each season for which that club qualifies on sporting merit" and will "terminate their involvement in the company established to form and operate the Super League and cease any existing related legal actions".

Solskjaer ready to show door to four big Man Utd stars, says report

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Solskjaer ready to show door to four big Man Utd stars, says report
Date published: Saturday 8th May 2021 9:10 - James Marshment
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reportedly ready to allow four big-name stars to depart this summer as he looks to free up more transfer funds for Manchester United.
The Red Devils have won through to the Europa League final and will battle Villarreal in Gdansk on May 26. Victory will deliver the first piece of silverware of Solskjaer’s Old Trafford reign. However, United want to challenge Manchester City for title glory and go deep into the Champions League.
As such, plans are starting to take shape for the summer transfer window and new additions. Top of Solskjaer’s agenda is a right-winger and a central defender. United could also be in the market for a new big-name centre forward. Much though will depend on Edinson Cavani’s plans. To that end,

Barcelona vs. Atletico Madrid: Luis Suarez returns to Camp Nou, Koeman misses out

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Suarez will be returning to the club he left amid so much controversy last summer.
May 8, 2021 09:21 BST
FC Barcelona is reportedly preparing a big surprise to welcome Luis Suarez back to the Camp Nou on Saturday. However, the "warm" welcome will come ahead of what is expected to be a hotly contested match between the Catalans and Atletico Madrid, where Suarez found a new home following his controversial exit from Barcelona last summer.
The race for the LaLiga Santander title may very well be decided by the result of the match between leaders Atletico Madrid and FC Barcelona, who now sit just two points adrift alongside Real Madrid. It's a very important game for both sides, but it will likely be an emotional one for Suarez.

Barcelona vs Atlético Madrid live stream: How to watch La Liga action online from anywhere

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Report: Barcelona hold talks with Sergio Aguero's representatives

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May 8, 2021 - 10:29 am
By Staff Reporter
FC Barcelona reported held talks with Sergio Aguero's representatives over a potential transfer next season.
The Argentine striker will leave the Etihad when his contract expires at the end of the season, bringing his 10-year stay in Manchester to a close.
Aguero is no stranger to Spanish football, having spent five seasons with Barcelona's LaLiga rivals Atletico Madrid before he joined Man City in 2011.
Sky Sports have reported that the Catalan giants held talks with Aguero's representatives this week ahead of free transfer in the next transfer window.
The 32-year-old has also been linked with Chelsea in the Premier League while there are reportedly a number of other European clubs keen on City's all-time record scorer.

Real, Barca, Juventus defend Super League in face of UEFA 'threats'

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Saturday 8 May 2021 - 12:00pm
Italian giants Juventus are one of the driving forces of the Super League project
AFP/File | Marco BERTORELLO
ROME - Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus on Saturday defended the aborted Super League project after the nine other clubs were given a financial penalty by UEFA for their involvement.
The three clubs said they had received "unacceptable" threats from UEFA and FIFA since the project collapsed just two days after it was announced last month when six Premier League clubs and three other teams pulled out.
In a joint statement, Real, Barcelona and Juventus said the Super League had been launched "with the aim of providing solutions to the current unsustainable situation in the football industry".

Barca, Madrid, Juve cling onto Super League, denounce UEFA

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Barca, Madrid, Juve cling onto Super League, denounce UEFA
The three remaining European Super League rebels have stepped up their criticism of UEFA, with Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus denouncing intolerable threats for their refusal to back down on the prospect of a breakaway competition
By ROB HARRIS - AP Global Soccer Writer
May 8, 2021

European Super League: Real Madrid, Barcelona & Juventus defend plans in face of Uefa 'threat'

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European Super League: Real Madrid, Barcelona & Juventus defend plans in face of Uefa 'threat'
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Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus are the only clubs from the original 12 to sign up for the ESL not to renounce the breakaway league
Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus have defended their plans for a European Super League in the face of what they call "threats" from Uefa.
They are the only clubs from the initial 12 yet to withdraw from the proposed ESL, and face disciplinary action from Europe's governing body.
"The founding clubs have suffered," a Real, Barca and Juve statement said.

Real, Barca, Juventus Defend Super League In Face Of UEFA 'Threats' – Channels Television

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Channels Television  
Updated May 8, 2021
(COMBO) This combination of file pictures made on May 8, 2021, shows the logos of the following European football clubs: (L-R) Juventus Italian Serie A football club on April 21, 2021, at the Juventus stadium in Turin; Spanish football club Barcelona’s logo at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, on April 19, 2021, 
 
Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Juventus on Saturday defended the aborted Super League project after the nine other clubs were given a financial penalty by UEFA for their involvement.
The three clubs said they had received “unacceptable” threats from UEFA and FIFA since the project collapsed just two days after it was announced last month, when six Premier League clubs and three other teams pulled out.

Real Madrid: Champions League exit has left them struggling - so now it's all eyes on Mbappe

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Real Madrid are facing a huge summer, especially if they miss out on LaLiga title
Kylian Mbappe is seen as the saviour, but they are reliant on him turning down a new contract and PSG allowing him to leave in the coming months 
The economic forecast is also looking bleak with fans not back until next season
Winning the league will take away some of the pain of a Champions League exit

Real, Barca and Juve hit back at 'intolerable pressure'

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Updated / Saturday, 8 May 2021
11:41
Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus were issued with a warning by UEFA
Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus have hit back at UEFA after the governing body announced that the three remaining founders involved in the European Super League would face "appropriate action" for their part in the plans.
The European giants were three of 12 clubs - including the Premier League's 'big six' - who announced themselves as founder members of the breakaway league on April 18, but within 72 hours it had fallen apart, with the English clubs withdrawing after fan protests and Government pressure.
Real, Barca and Juve, however, were issued with a warning by UEFA, with the statement announcing the agreement with the other nine clubs concluding: "UEFA has reserved all rights to take whatever action it deems appropriate against those clubs that have so far refused to renounce the so-called 'Super League'.

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