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 Posted by James Horncastle
5 hours ago

The Champions League's must-see games

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop gives his take on the UEFA Champions League's group of death and teams that may surprise us during the group stage.

Amid the awkward small talk of UEFA's interim chief exec Gianni Infantino, and the fumbling of balls by Real Madrid legends past and present, the groups for the 2014-15 Champions League were drawn, throwing up encounters new and old between historic powers, the nouveau riches and the hip. Here are a selection of the matches to look out for.

Group A: Atletico Madrid vs. Juventus (Oct. 1, Dec. 6)

The Old Lady goes to the "Mattresses" (Los Colchoneros). Memories of Christian Vieri and his move...

 Posted by Rob Train
5 hours ago

A deceptive Champions League draw for Real

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop predicts the sleepers and biggest disappointments for this year's group stage.

The faintest flicker of a smile betrayed Emilio Butragueño at the Champions League draw in Monaco after Real Madrid narrowly avoided Juventus by drawing FC Basel out of Pot 2, one ball before the Italian giants were pulled out of the plastic bowl. The worst of the best had fallen elsewhere. Next to be drawn in Group B alongside the defending champions were Liverpool, followed by Champions League debutants Ludogorets Razgrad, who beat Steaua Bucharest on penalties in dramatic fashion -- defende...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
9 hours ago

European pretenders eager for heavyweight bouts in Group B

Real Madrid won their famous 10th European Cup last year, but their early-season struggles suggest repeating may prove difficult.

The Champions League draw has been finalised. Here's a preview for Group B:

Predicted finish

1. Real Madrid
2. Liverpool
3. Basel
4. Ludogorets

Real Madrid (Soccer Power Index (SPI) chance to advance: 98.8 percent)

If Liverpool had kept one of the few available superstar attackers that Real haven't signed in recent years, then it would not have been difficult to imagine Carlo Ancelotti's side having a little trouble finishing top of this group. That may sound outlandish for the team defend...



11 hours ago

Kroos and Rakitic tasked with driving Real Madrid and Barcelona on

New Real Madrid signing Toni Kroos says he is enjoying his start to life at the Bernabeu, after his side beat Sevilla 2-0 to win the UEFA Super Cup.

Even by Barcelona and Real Madrid's high standards, it has been a busy summer in Spain. Several high-profile players have left both clubs, with Angel Di Maria, Cesc Fabregas and Alexis Sanchez dominating that list, while the incoming players are of an equally great stature.

No less than the World Cup's best player, James Rodriguez, and the Premier League's top scorer, Luis Suarez, are now on the books at the Bernabeu and Camp Nou respectively.

Yet while those forward signings have undoubtedly ca...

1 day ago

Champions League welcomes first-timers and a host of regulars

The ESPN FC team discuss the possible pots for the group stage draw of the UEFA Champions League.

The 32 teams are set for the 23rd UEFA Champions League season, with the draw to be held on Thursday (11:45 a.m. ET on ESPN3). Here are five notes from the field...

* Real Madrid, Barcelona and (perhaps surprisingly) Porto are the three participating clubs with the most UCL berths, as each makes its 19th appearance this season. Manchester United has also made 19 appearances, but of course did not qualify this season for the first time since 1995-96.

* United's absence ended what was the longes...

Nicholas Rigg Real Madrid Posted by Nicholas Rigg
1 day ago

Believe it or not, Real Madrid face a challenge without Angel Di Maria

Real Madrid defender Marcelo discusses Angel Di Maria's move to Manchester United and the void he will leave behind at Real Madrid.

The situations surrounding the departures of Angel di Maria and Claude Makelele from Real Madrid may have been formed from differing scenarios but one constant remained: president Florentino Perez did not want them playing for his football club.

Comparisons have recently been made between the two sales as Madrid fans lament what they believe to be a big mistake in letting go of a player who was arguably their best when it mattered last season, and one who played a huge part in guiding their s...