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Tottenham's Dele Alli apologised for horror tackle - Gent's Brecht Dejaegere

The FC crew pinpoint the issues that plagued Tottenham against Gent as they crashed out of another European competition.

LONDON -- Dele Alli apologised to his Tottenham Hotspur teammates and Gent player Brecht Dejaegere after his horror tackle and red card in Thursday's Europa League game at Wembley.

Spurs crashed out of the competition in the round-of-32 after Alli was sent off for his lunge on Dejaegere -- who had appeared to foul him moments before -- in the 40th minute.

The match finished 2-2 to send Belgian club Gent through 3-2 on aggregate following their 1-0 home win last week.

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Europa League round of 16 draw: when is it and at what time?

The draw is due to take place from around 12.00 GMT, 7 a.m. ET on Friday, Feb. 24.

The first legs will take place on March 9, with the return ties seven days later.

The draw for the quarterfinals will take place on Friday, March 17.

There is no longer any country protection, teams from the same league can now be drawn against each other.

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Juventus' Massimiliano Allegri: Row with Leonardo Bonucci is forgotten

Gab Marcotti analyses how Max Allegri's 'five-star' attack worked against Porto and if it's viable for Juve going forward.

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says his row with Leonardo Bonucci is now in the past, adding that he does not want to hear any more about the incident.

According to reports in Italy, including in Gazzetta dello Sport and Corriere dello Sport, Allegri told club bosses on Saturday that if they did not come down hard on Bonucci, he would be forced to leave Juve.

The altercation between the pair, which started on the pitch late on in Juve's 4-1 win over Palermo on Friday night, is reported...

Juanfran focusing on Deportivo La Coruna despite Barcelona link

Alejandro Moreno examines Barcelona's current issues and discusses how they can salvage their sub-par season so far.
A fan celebrates getting De Bruyne's shirt, Messi has a motorcade in Egypt and more in The Sweeper.

Juanfran says speculation linking him with Barcelona is "not easy" but insists he's only focusing on Deportivo La Coruna's league game at Leganes on Saturday.

Rules in Spain would permit Barca to make an emergency signing after they were left without right-back Aleix Vidal for the rest of the season.

Local reports say Juanfran has emerged as the Catalan club's top target, but the former Real Madrid player is keeping his mind on this weekend's match, which pits the two clubs immediately above the...

Real Madrid's Raphael Varane set for spell on sidelines with hamstring injury

The crew discuss Cristiano Ronaldo's comments after Real's loss at Valencia and how he's treated compared to his teammates.

Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane faces a minimum of three weeks on the sidelines after tests conducted on Friday confirmed he has a left hamstring injury.

Varane, 23, was forced off the pitch in the 72nd minute of Madrid's 2-1 defeat at Valencia in La Liga on Wednesday.

A statement from Madrid read: "Following tests carried out today on Raphael Varane at the Sanitas La Moraleja University Hospital, he has been diagnosed with a grade 2 muscle strain in his left hamstring."

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Matthew Le Tissier: Manchester United shirt excuse 'worst ever' for a defeat

The Boys from Exploding Heads are here to assure you that the League Cup final is definitely not pointless.
Matthew Le Tissier and Southampton take on a grey-clad Manchester United in 1996.

Southampton legend Matthew Le Tissier has told the 'Quickly, Kevin' podcast that Sir Alex Ferguson blaming Manchester United's grey change strip for a 3-1 defeat in 1996 was "the worst excuse I have ever heard."

Le Tissier scored as a then-struggling Southampton side stormed into a 3-0 lead against United at their former Dell ground by half-time.

United changed into a blue and white away kit at the break -- with Ferguson later claiming the grey shirts had made it hard for his players to see each...