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Hull City praying for a miracle

Hull City
 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus must focus on Napoli before turning attention to Barca, transfers

ESPN FC's Shaka HIslop believes that Juventus are getting used to things going their way and will be brimming with confidence when they face Barcelona in the Champions League final.

Aside from their biggest game of the decade, the Champions League final against Barcelona on June 6, Juventus' season is all but over. As such, management have been working the transfer market with several options lined up.

Paulo Dybala, according to Palermo manager Beppe Iachini, "is now a Juventus player" even if the deal has yet to be made official. While Inter, among others, matched the Bianconeri's offer for the player, the forward made it clear that Juve is the only team he wishes to play...

 By Chris Wright

Dog eats Norwich City fan's play-off final tickets

Norwich City season-ticket holder Matt Grimmer came perilously close to missing his side's upcoming big Championship play-off final blow-out against Middlesbrough after his mischievous dog ate all three of his tickets while he was at work.


 By Andy Mitten

On derby day in Belgrade, violence overshadows events on the pitch

The Belgrade derby on Apr. 25 was overshadowed by violent clashes between fans and police .
The Belgrade derby on Apr. 25 was overshadowed by violent clashes between fans and police .

In the latest edition of ESPN FC's derbies series, which features eyewitness insights into some of the biggest rivalries in world football, Andy Mitten goes to Serbia to experience the Belgrade derby between Red Star and Partizan.

BELGRADE, Serbia -- Five minutes before kickoff in the Belgrade derby, a shaven headed Partizan hooligan, his face obscured, rushes forward. Dressed in black, he's slight and holding a lighted flare in his right hand. Charging at speed from the opposite direction is an...

 By Tom Marshall

Cape Verde's Djaniny treading an unusual path in Mexico at Santos

Djaniny Tavares has helped spark Santos Laguna to the Liga MX Liguilla semifinals.
Djaniny Tavares has helped spark Santos Laguna to the Liga MX Liguilla semifinals.

TORREON, Mexico -- Only one player from Africa has ever won Mexico's first division title, but Santos Laguna's Djaniny Tavares is hoping that number will double in coming days.

The 24-year-old Cape Verde international is about to complete a year since signing for Los Guerreros and, while Mexico isn't exactly a well-trodden path for African talent, Djaniny has been impressing of late, netting a fine winner in the Clausura 2015 quarterfinal against Tigres last Sunday.

The physical and speedy...

 By Mark Worrall

Champions Chelsea out for one last hurrah before summer of changes

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho hopes for Petr Cech to stay and admitted he would retract his comments regarding the refereeing 'campaign' against Chelsea.

The champagne has been on ice at Stamford Bridge since May 3, when the Premier League title was secured with a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace. Three weeks on, and following the final game of the season against Sunderland on Sunday, John Terry, Chelsea's captain, leader, legend, will finally get to lift the most challenging trophy to win in world football above his head again.

The bubbly will be nicely chilled, and the denizens of the Bridge will be in a celebratory mood. But will those renowned...

 By John Crace

Tottenham must find Europa League motivation in finale vs. Everton

England Under-21 manager Gareth Southgate feels Harry Kane will thrive at the European Championships in the Czech Republic.
Hugo Lloris, middle, and Tottenham could secure a trip to the Europa League with a win vs. Everton this weekend.

Not a moment too soon, Tottenham's season of three quarters comes to an end on Sunday. What started in incompetence and later became thrilling is now ending in indifference. From players and fans alike.

When the players took their traditional end of season lap of honour after the last home game against Hull, there were less than 10,000 people left in the stadium. It was almost embarrassing.

The Europa League is now seemingly an inevitability; to avoid qualification there will need to be a rare conjunction...