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 Posted by Dermot Ledwith
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Luis Enrique expected to deliver European silverware in debut season

Barcelona defender Gerard Pique believes that the side have improved under new manager Luis Enrique as they prepare to face APOEL in the UEFA Champions League.

Barcelona begin their Champions League campaign in relaxed style at the Camp Nou on Wednesday against Cyprus' APOEL, who are considered to be the weakest opposition in Group F. It is not the most demanding of fixtures for Luis Enrique on his introduction to Champions League competition as a coach, but with Ajax and Paris Saint-Germain to come, it is perhaps the ideal way to get off to a good start.

With the Champions League an obvious target again for the Blaugrana this season, all eyes will be...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
16 minutes ago

#UltimateUCL Champions League vote: Barcelona 2011 are victorious!

Sid Lowe explains why Barcelona's 2011 win was the culmination of a process which had begun almost 20 years previously.

In the end, this victory was almost as one-sided as that with which they won the Champions League three years ago.

Having reached our final by beating AC Milan's 2003 winners as well as the Manchester United sides that triumphed in 2008 and 1999, Barcelona gained 65 percent of votes to see off the challenge of the Bayern Munich team which won Europe's biggest prize in 2013.

Gabriele Marcotti profiles Pep Guardiola's great team as our #UltimateUCL feature concludes. Thank you to everyone who...

51 minutes ago

Playing the 'West Ham way' will make for a bumpy season at Upton Park

In a hotly-contested match West Ham United equalised late on to share a point with Hull City.

West Ham and Hull battled to a 2-2 draw in a thoroughly entertaining game at the KC Stadium, both teams providing plenty of excitement for the neutral with the Hammers providing their supporters with more than a bit of food for thought.

It was a performance from out of the old Hammers manual: a quite spectacular goal from Enner Valencia to open his account, much intricate play to feet that brought 60 percent possession and a host of decent crosses and dangerous play in the opponent's half, and...

 Posted by Rory Smith
about an hour ago

Euro "Superpower" dominance means Ronaldo's "Undecima" dream lives

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo believes his side can be the first to retain the UEFA Champions League.

Cristiano Ronaldo has no more worlds to conquer. He has lifted the Premier League, La Liga and countless cups and trinkets. Twice he has been anointed the best player in the world. His international career has brought less happiness but at club level he has won so many trophies and so many accolades -- and, a cynic might add, possesses so little self-awareness -- that he his own museum in his home town of Funchal.

- Brassell: Champions League beyond the stars
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 Posted by Uli Hesse
about an hour ago

Battle commences once again between English and German clubs

Gabriele Marcotti joins the ESPN FC crew to discuss the most exciting matchups of matchday one of the Champions League, with Bayern Munich and Manchester City kick-starting Group E.

The new season of the Champions League begins with three Anglo-German games. In fact, they are the same matchups between Premier League and Bundesliga sides that we had last year. Dortmund's game against Arsenal on Tuesday is the fifth meeting between these clubs in the past three years. It means Borussia have met the Gunners just as often as, say, Cologne and more often than traditional opponents such as Kaiserslautern.

It's an unfortunate side effect of the modern, internationalised game that the...

 Posted by Julien Laurens
2 hours ago

Monaco's road back to the Champions League has been a bumpy ride

Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim says the principality can lift the Champions League trophy ahead of their Group C opener against German's Bayer Leverkusen.

You have probably forgotten about it, simply because history (and people who follow it) only remembers the winners and not the losers. Ten years ago, AS Monaco were in the Champions League final. It was May 26, 2004, at Schalke's Gelsenkirchen stadium and against Jose Mourinho's FC Porto. If you don't remember it, it's obviously because Monaco lost. It was a nightmare from start to finish.

On paper, Porto didn't look that superior. Mourinho was not the "Special One" just yet and, despite their triumph...