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Parma's recent financial failures in Serie A disgrace a once-proud club

Alessandro Lucarelli says that the Parma team will pay the coach and hotel for the away game against Genoa as computers are removed from the training centre in Parma, Italy.

"We're going to Genoa on Sunday, even by car," Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli insisted, "We want to play."

Just pause for a moment and imagine the scene on the A21 motorway between the two cities as a convoy of professional footballers drive the 130 miles to the game -- the stops for petrol, maybe even for directions.

Supporters' groups have offered the buses they had organised for the journey while Genoa owner Enrico Preziosi is even willing to put Parma up in a hotel for the night. While grateful...

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Sherwood's six-win target for Villa an ambitious undertaking

Here are the 5 best saves from Week 26 in the Premier League including Brad Guzan's one-handed stop.

Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood has stated the club need to win six more matches in order to stay in the Premier League come the end of the season. For a team that has won only five so far in 2014-15, that certainly sounds ambitious.

It's a steep target; that's victory in half of the remaining 12 fixtures. Looking at the games to come, it's likely that Sherwood is hedging his bets on Villa winning at St James' Park on Saturday, for starters. Following that are matches against West Brom, Sunderland...

Stoke must not underestimate in-form Hull

Here are the 5 best saves from Week 26 in the Premier League including Brad Guzan's one-handed stop.

It's back to business at the Britannia for Mark Hughes' Stoke side, who play there for the first time on a Saturday this month as they entertain Steve Bruce's Hull side in a clash between two former Manchester United teammates.

It's been a week made easier by the side putting to bed the nightmares of successive 4-1 defeats against Manchester City and Blackburn Rovers with a deserved 2-1 win over near neighbours Aston Villa. Those three points were crucial to a club who looked in danger of losing...

Barcelona stay top as Juventus take advantage of Chelsea's slip

The ESPN FC crew discusses the potential backlash from a winter World Cup, why English teams aren't thriving in European competition and whether Barcelona and Real Madrid will meet in the Champions League final.

It's been a week of little movement in the Power Rankings. Barcelona stay on top but there is a jump for Juventus, who leapfrog the Premier League leaders.

1. Barcelona (no change)

The Catalan giants retain top spot despite losing in the league last weekend. That's because they then went out and taught Manchester City a footballing lesson with a supreme Champions League performance. Sure, Lionel Messi missed a last-minute penalty but, that aside, Barca's display was as professional as they come.

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Defence, Soldado shambolic in Tottenham's European exit

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson breaks down how Tottenham crashed out of the Europa league courtesy of two second half Viola goals.
Second-half goals from Mario Gomez and Mohamed Salah propelled Fiorentina past Tottenham into the Europa League round of 16.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino called their upcoming Europa League match against Fiorentina a cup final as they hope to advance to the next stage.

No English side had ever scored away to Fiorentina, so Spurs knew it was never going to be easy. But even in his darkest moments, manager Mauricio Pochettino can't have imagined his team would hand the tie to the Italians with three self-inflicted wounds.

The first an under-hit pass from the hapless Roberto Soldado with the goal at Tottenham's mercy; the second a misplaced pass from Federico Fazio that went straight to Fiorentina; the third a catastrophic lapse of concentration by Jan Vertonghen....

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Inconsistent Atlas deliver an unexpected win over Atletico Mineiro

Atlas became the sixth Mexican team to win in Brazil in the Copa Libertadores after beating Atletico Mineiro 1-0.

Guadalajara's Atlas are doing things "A lo Atlas" (loosely "Atlas style") in the Copa Libertadores 2015 so far, winning when it should lose and losing when it should be winning.

The phrase used to be a bit of an insult from rival fans, mainly from Chivas, to describe the plethora of ways Atlas would find to mess up seemingly positive situations. Yet recently the club's new owners in Grupo Salinas (they purchased the club in late 2013) had the bright idea of reclaiming the phrase using the hashtag...