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Rafa Benitez's Napoli legacy could be defined by season finale vs. Lazio

Napoli manager Rafael Benitez announces his exit from the club after their last game against Lazio.

The final train for the Champions League leaves from Naples. One golden ticket remains and it will be stamped at the Stadio San Paolo. More than 50,000 fans are expected to descend on Fuorigrotta to find out whether it will be Napoli or Lazio walking out to the tune of Handel's "Zadok the Priest" as adapted by UEFA next season.

It's one playoff for another. Neither can qualify automatically. They are competing to see whose summer vacation will be shorter. They are competing for the chance to earn...

 By Kevin Palmer

Shay Given desperate for FA Cup glory with Aston Villa to erase past woes

Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood is excited at the prospect of an FA Cup showdown with Arsenal at Wembley.

Aston Villa goalkeeper Shay Given has experienced some of the most agonising moments of his career in the FA Cup and as he prepares for his fourth final this Saturday, it seemed as if his curse had struck again.

Given has been a shining star of Villa's run to a Wembley clash with Arsenal but a groin injury was threatening to derail his hopes of career-defining FA Cup triumph, as American keeper Brad Guzan waited in the wings to take his place.

Yet Villa boss Tim Sherwood has confirmed that his first...

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FC Dallas out to prove the doubters wrong, Johnson return buoys Portland

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno brings us the best moments from the week in Major League Soccer.

Montreal rolling

There's quite a decent chance that even the Montreal Impact themselves don't quite know how good they are. Why the jury is out is obvious: after a CONCACAF Champions League campaign that resulted in several league matches being shifted out of the way, Montreal is still only seven games into a 34-game season.

It also took them a while to get going, perhaps distracted by their international efforts. In their first five MLS matches, the Impact collected just two points and scored...

 By Chris Wright

Beckford presents young Preston fan with special shirt

As you've no doubt heard, young Preston fan Ted Dockray hit the headlines last week after first catching Jermaine Beckford's League One play-off final shirt only to see it snatched out of his hands.

The woman in question then reportedly attempted to flog Beckford's match-worn shirt online before the item was taken down.

Beckford has made amends by personally presenting eight-year-old Ted with a fresh jersey, just as he promised he would after originally catching wind of the aforementioned furore...

 By Ben Pearce

Kevin Wimmer arrival a boost for Spurs but Levy also needs proven stars

Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham will be in a position to fight for the top four next season.

When Mauricio Pochettino said Tottenham needed to do their transfer business early and "punch before the opponent," many were sceptical whether he would get his wish.

There seemed every chance that chairman Daniel Levy would insist on selling at least some of the deadwood and generating funds before sanctioning signings.

Yet it seems Spurs are indeed trying to be proactive. Less than a week has passed since the end of the Premier League season but Austrian centre-back Kevin Wimmer has already completed...

 By David Usher

Benteke potentially a waste of £32.5m if Rodgers doesn't change Liverpool

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol reckons Christian Benteke would be worthwhile acquisition at Liverpool.

Despite continuing doubts over Brendan Rodgers' future, it seems the Liverpool boss and his colleagues on the much maligned transfer committee are adopting a "business as usual" approach until they are told differently.

Rodgers has a strong ally in Mike Gordon, FSG's man on Merseyside (and part of said transfer committee), so unless the powers that be in Boston intervene, it appears the Northern Irishman is going nowhere.

Rodgers wants to revamp his squad after a desperately disappointing season...