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Uninspired Juventus down, but not out, after Fiorentina loss

Claudio Marchisio & Co. gave a disappointing account of themselves in Thursday's loss.

There were two things Juventus needed to worry about when facing Fiorentina in the Coppa Italia semifinal.

The first was the Viola's ability from set pieces. After all, only Atletico Madrid and Werder Breman have scored more via this method in all of Europe's top five leagues this season.

The second? Mohamed Salah, the pacy arrival who has made quite the impact on the Italian club, scoring six goals in the seven matches he's played.

So what happened Thursday? Salah scored twice while Fiorentina...

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Gunners get green light to chase Morata

It seems Juventus have become something of a young talent factory these days. Give "The Old Lady" your young, out-of-favor castoffs, and she'll flip them into some of the world's most in-demand players.

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Julio Furch has spearheaded Veracruz's rise up the Liga MX table.
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All three clubs are relegation candidates, but have recently avoided failure through their surprise victories during the past few weeks. The other relegation candidate, Leones Negros, may not be near the top of the standings, but are currently on cloud nine after defeating Club America last weekend.

Considering these relegation-threatened teams, who suddenly boast title aspirations, and...

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Steven Gerrard still has Liverpool role, but it might not be as a starter

It's down to the wire in the Premier League as Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool vie for a Champions League spot.
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Jordan Henderson produced another wonder-strike in Liverpool's 2-0 victory over Burnley to earn him player of the week honours.

As Steven Gerrard inches ever closer to full fitness, Brendan Rodgers is about to face arguably the toughest decision of his Anfield tenure to date: what to do with his legendary skipper in the final months of his Liverpool career.

With the team thriving, can Rodgers risk upsetting the apple cart by bringing Gerrard back into the side, or should he restrict him to a bit-part role for the remainder of the campaign?

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Below Barcelona, Bayern Munich climb and Liverpool make a rankings return

The ESPN FC crew were surprised by Liverpool's return to the power rankings after a long hiatus.

The Power Rankings are back with the same leaders, but there has been plenty of jockeying for position below Barcelona as well as a trio of new entries.

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