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 By Richard Hall
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Massimo Moratti departure marks end of an era at Inter Milan

Erick Thohir hands outgoing president Massimo Moratti an Inter shirt to mark his 18 years in charge.
Inter Milan president Erick Thohir needs to convince that the future is bright after Massimo Moratti's exit.

The backdrop to Inter Milan's Europa League tie against Saint-Etienne on Thursday was a tale of uncertainty and shock. Massimo Moratti ended an era of almost 20 years by resigning as honorary president. The Moratti family has been part of the Nerazzurri's DNA, but Thursday saw Massimo and his three sons Angelomario, Rinaldo Ghelfi and Alberto Manzonetto leave their seats on the board for the last time.

A statement from the Moratti company read: "Internazionale Holding Srl, a company headed by Massimo...

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Erik Lamela 'Rabona' goal deserves Puskas award , says Jan Vertonghen

Erik Lamela scored an absolute beauty from 20 yards out to give Tottenham an early 2-0 lead over Asteras Tripoli in the Europa League.

Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen has said he believes Erik Lamela's stunning "Rabona" strike against Asteras Tripolis should already have won him the Puskas award for the  best goal of 2014.

Lamela, 22, planted his right leg and wrapped his left foot around it to strike the ball into the far corner for Spurs' second goal in Thursday's 5-1 Europa League victory at White Hart Lane.

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McGeady frustrates again as Everton's old guard salvages Lille draw

Everton remain top of Europa League Group H after playing out a 0-0 stalemate at Lille.

As the final whistle sounded on Everton's 0-0 draw in Lille, it was left to events off the pitch to provide the incident and drama lacking on it, with the heavy-handed approach of Lille police threatening to emerge as the dominant story from this Europa League adventure.

Stood inside the Australian Bar in the main square when a collection of Lille fans attacked it, the episode played out like a scene from a low-budget football hooligan film. From the attackers' attempts to smash the glass windows...

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Clinical Kane and exquisite Lamela highlight Spurs' Europa romp

Erik Lamela scored one of the finest goals ever seen at White Hart Lane on a night in which Tottenham's hat-trick hero, Harry Kane, ended the thrashing of Asteras Tripolis in goal.

It will be Erik Lamela's first half strike that will be remembered. A perfect rabona with his left leg curled behind his right from the edge of the area that had the White Hart Lane crowd first open-mouthed and then on its feet. There won't be a better goal scored all season.

Tottenham manager, Mauricio Pochettino, though, will take far more pleasure from the 5-1 victory over Greek side Asteras Tripoli, that not only puts his side in pole position to qualify for the knockout stages of the Europa...

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Hat trick hero Harry Kane calls Spurs' win a 'Great night -- until I went in goal'

Erik Lamela scored an absolute beauty from 20 yards out to give Tottenham an early 2-0 lead over Asteras Tripoli in the Europa League.
Harry Kane scored a hat trick before taking over in goal for the dismissed Hugo Lloris.

Harry Kane savoured a "great night" under the White Hart Lane floodlights as his hat trick helped Tottenham to a 5-1 Europa League victory over Asteras Tripoli.

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The striker not only scored his first treble for Spurs but ended the Group C clash in goal after Hugo Lloris' late sending-off

"It was a great night until I went in goal," he said after the match. "In fairness I think I'll leave that to the keepers from now on.

"It was a great result for us, a great win, and obviously I'm happy to get the...