Bayern Munich
LIVE 89'
Leg 1
Game Details
Game Details
Real Salt Lake
LA Galaxy
1:30 AM GMT May 7, 2015
Game Details
10:45 PM GMT
Leg 1
Game Details
São Paulo
1:00 AM GMT May 7, 2015
Leg 1
Game Details
Atlético MG
1:00 AM GMT May 7, 2015
Leg 1
Game Details


Sumeet Paul blog profile  By Sumeet Paul

Players, not Inzaghi, need to prove they deserve to remain at AC Milan

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the continued rumours that AC Milan face a possible takeover.

With a possible takeover of AC Milan continuing to dominate local headlines, the narrative also continues to focus on manager Filippo Inzaghi's future with the club. Milan have given the manager their confidence until the end of the season, but it would be a surprise if he were to last in the job beyond the summer.

The general consensus is that the initial blame lies with the hierarchy. Inzaghi's tactics were then criticised, and eventually his authority over the squad was brought into question.


 By David Mooney

Manchester City fans see Ewood Park 15 years ago as start of the revival

Manchester City fans invade the Ewood Park pitch in May 2000 after sealing promotion back to the top flight. Fans mark that day as the start of the club's rebirth.

When you think of the traditional up-then-down sides of the 1990s, the mind will cast toward the likes of Bolton, Middlesbrough or Sunderland. They were teams who were too good for life outside the top flight but not quite good enough for the Premier League. When it comes to the "yo-yo" stakes, though, Manchester City are a law unto themselves.

Rather than flitting between the conventional two divisions, City opted for the more extravagant three. The fans endured three promotions and three relegations...

 By Mark Worrall

New contract for Jose Mourinho would spell long-term success for Chelsea

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Ross Dyer weigh in on if Chelsea is the club to keep Jose Mourinho around for a long time.

News that Chelsea are preparing to offer manager Jose Mourinho an improved and extended contract has been welcomed by Blues supporters.

Having signed a four-year deal when he returned to Stamford Bridge in June 2013, Mourinho set about the task of restoring the London club to the pinnacle of the English game. Two years down the line, the Portuguese has done just that. The Premier League has been secured in emphatic fashion, with the added glory of a Capital One Cup final triumph over Tottenham at...

 By Chris Wright

Luis Suarez makes young cancer patient's day with surprise video chat

With a big game in the Champions League to limber up for on Wednesday, Barcelona star Luis Suarez still managed to find time in his schedule to pay a bit back to one of his young fans.

Having been diagnosed with cancer two years ago, football fanatic Mateo from Uruguay was invited along to the Dr Perez Scremini Foundation in Montevideo to undergo a special consultation with a Spanish specialist via video link. However, hidden behind the screen was not a Spanish specialist, but rather one of Mateo's...

 By Steven Kelly

Rodgers must treat Europa League seriously for Liverpool to reach the top

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes Liverpool will finish in the Europa League places despite Manchester United's poor run of form.

With Chelsea winning the Premier League early and the dissatisfaction of watching Newcastle, Sunderland, Hull and Leicester slug it out for survival, some are attempting to reignite the race for fourth place.

Manchester United have slumped, with three straight defeats. That run may even continue but there is little to no chance of Liverpool coming fourth.

Brendan Rodgers has faced Chelsea nine times -- twice with Swansea, seven with Liverpool -- and failed to win once. Jose Mourinho's attention...

Juve's win over Real Madrid blueprint to break up Europe's ruling class

Carlos Tevez's second-half penalty proved to be the decisive goal, as Juventus secured a 2-1 win over Real Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League semifinals.
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri was pleased with his side's 2-1 UEFA Champions League win against Real Madrid, but warned they still needed to produce a top class performance to reach the final.

We've heard the warnings for years. How football has become all about the one-percenters. The combination of financial fair play, the Bosman ruling and a boom in commercial and stadium revenue that has disproportionately flowed to the big boys have created a lop-sided landscape.

The ultra-rich get richer. The rich struggle to keep up. The middle class gets hammered. And the poor? Well, they become invisible.

It's hard to deny this. The Deloitte Money League list is imperfect, but it illustrates...