What's trending: Barcelona draw Atletico, Liverpool to face Dortmund
Here are the latest stories from Friday.
- Barcelona have the quality to see off Atletico Madrid while PSG should eliminate Man City. Miguel Delaney predicts the Champions League quarterfinals.
- Wolfsburg director of sport Klaus Allofs has responded to Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge's plans for seeding in the Champions League, saying: "Everyone's looking at his own advantage, that's sure ... The Champions League is not a closed shop."
- VIDEO: ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson reacts to the Europa League quarterfinal draw as Klopp's Liverpool face Dortmund.
- Five men were arrested following clashes at Old Trafford as Manchester United faced Liverpool in Thursday's Europa League round-of-16 second leg, Greater Manchester Police have confirmed.
- ESPN FC's Nick Ames says Liverpool's progress underscored Manchester United's severe issues on Thursday.
FIFA: Switzerland's attorney general has opened a criminal case against former FIFA official Jerome Valcke "on suspicion of various acts of criminal mismanagement."
- FIFA finally revealed Sepp Blatter's pay deal on Thursday, which was $3.76 million in 2015 as football's embattled governing body reported a loss of $122m for a year marred by scandal.
IVORY COAST: Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has been named in Ivory Coast's squad for their upcoming African Nations Cup qualifiers against Sudan. The 32-year-old has not featured for Ivory Coast since helping the team lift the African Nations Cup in February 2015.
TOTTENHAM: Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham's display in Thursday's 2-1 Europa League defeat to Borussia Dortmund proves they can compete in the Champions League next season.
- ESPN FC's Miguel Delaney says Borussia Dortmund were a cut above Spurs as they cruised to the Europa League quarterfinals.
VALENCIA: Valencia manager Gary Neville has insisted he didn't insult match official Daniele Orsato after being sent off in his side's Europa League match against Athletic Bilbao on Thursday.
ENGLAND: Roy Hodgson expects to avoid the "unpleasant situation'' of sweating over Wayne Rooney's fitness, but reiterated that England's captain has no more right to start at Euro 2016 than any other player in the squad.
-FIFA has given Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish permission to play for England.
- VIDEO: Roy Hodgson discusses his reasons for handing Danny Drinkwater his first England call-up.
Philippe Coutinho 3 years ago at Inter Milan https://t.co/sl4MvQzMRk- Football Vines (@FootballVines) March 17, 2016
2 - Spurs suffered only their second defeat in their last 20 home European games (excluding qualifiers). Out.- OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) March 17, 2016
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