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 By Jason Dasey
less than a minute ago

Popovic's road to Asian coaching success with Western Sydney

Western Sydney Wanderers owner Paul Lederer says Tony Popovic won't be leaving the club any time soon.

Tony Popovic's managerial feats with Asian champions Western Sydney Wanderers make him a worthy favourite to be named coach of the year at Sunday's AFC Annual Awards in Manila.

The former Crystal Palace and Australia defender masterminded Western Sydney's unlikely road to regional success earlier this month. The fledgling club, founded less than three years ago, overcame seasoned Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Saudi Arabian sides in the knockout stages to become the first Australian outfit to win...

 By David Usher
about an hour ago

No easy matches for Liverpool as nervy Reds prepare for Stoke

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers praises his team's character despite his side conceding a late goal against Ludogorets in the UEFA Champions League.

Earlier this week I suggested that Brendan Rodgers needed to take a more pragmatic approach and make Liverpool more difficult to beat. He certainly attempted to do that against Ludogorets on Wednesday night, but the 2-2 result was unconvincing.

On the plus side, Liverpool did not lose. For long periods of the game they rarely seemed to be in any real danger and by the full-time whistle, their Champions League future was in their own hands going into the final group game against Basel. That's the...

about an hour ago

Dortmund feel the significance of Marco Reus' absence again

After a 1-0 defeat to Arsenal in the UEFA Champions League, Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp says his team just need to find a way to win again.

Borussia Dortmund lost 2-0 to Arsenal in the Champions League on Wednesday, yet remain atop the group. It was the first game without injured star Marco Reus, and already his absence is telling. The result won't worry BVB fans too much, as a draw at home against Anderlecht should still be enough to win the group. Yet the performance left a lot to wish for.

It took Arsenal no longer than 73 seconds to brand their superiority onto the match. Five Dortmund players failed to stop Yaya Sanogo and Santi...

 By Mark Worrall
about an hour ago

Fearsome Chelsea believe they can inflict record damage on Sunderland

Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho was pleased his side didn't take it easy on Schalke, thrashing the Germans 5-0 in the UEFA Champions League.

Following an emphatic 5-0 midweek Champions League victory against Schalke which guaranteed progress to the knockout phase of the competition, Chelsea return to Premier League action this weekend seeking to underline their status as title favourites.

Ordinarily, a trip to the Stadium of Light to face a Sunderland side who have managed just two wins all season and whose form can at best be described as erratic would hold few fears for the Blues, who are riding the crest of a record-breaking unbeaten...

2 hours ago

More agony for Jack Wilshere puts a further strain on Arsenal's resources

Arsene Wenger hailed Arsenal's consistency as the club qualified for the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League for the 15th straight season with victory over Borussia Dortmund.
Jack Wilshere has suffered yet more bad news regarding injuries and will miss up to three months following ankle surgery.

After a promising 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League, you might imagine the Arsenal fans to be in a buoyant mood ahead of the weekend's clash with West Brom.

In dispatching the below-par Germans, the Gunners appeared to have learned lessons from the cavalier approach that saw them caught out by Manchester United. However, any optimism has been tempered by yet more troubling injury news: Since the full-time whistle on Wednesday night, the club have delivered word of three further...