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Europa League preview: Spurs face Swiss hurdle while Blues on the brink
The European football action isn’t over yet, fellow couch potatoes.
Champions League draw reaction: 'I'll need to order some good wine' -- Fergie delighted with Real test
Maybe ring for a pizza too, Alex.
Euro Vision: 4 continental games not to be missed this weekend
If you like top of the table clashes, you’re in for an early Christmas present this weekend.
Euro Vision: 4 continental games not to be missed this weekend
Grab the phrasebooks, it’s your weekly European footie fix.
Champions League wrap: Young guns thwarted in Greece, PSG march on
It was another frustrating night for Arsene Wenger despite qualifying for the knock-out stage.
Euro Vision: 4 continental games not to be missed this weekend
Need to get your European footy fix? Here’s this weekend’s top game in each of the continent’s big four leagues.
Euro Vision: 4 continental games not to be missed this weekend
Need to get your European footy fix? Here’s this weekend’s top game in each of the continent’s big four leagues.
Champions League Group A preview: Unbeaten Porto welcome Kiev as PSG go east
Dinamo Zagreb welcome Carlo Ancelotti’s Ligue 1 side.
Europa League preview: In-form Liverpool look for more
Newcastle United host Bordeaux on Thursday evening while Tottenham travel to Greece to face Panathinaikos.
Champions League wrap: Chelsea great against Danes as Bayern fail in Belarus
Meanwhile, Andrea Pirlo’s night ended in frustration as Juventus were again held to a draw.
UEFA Champions League Group G preview: Barca, Benfica set to clash
Celtic travel to Moscow, meanwhile, to face Spartak in the Russian capital.
Champions League round-up: Paris lay down a marker on return to the big time
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva, Alex and Javier Pastore were on the scoresheet for Carlo Ancelotti’s outfit in the French capital.
BT Vision chief flags Heineken Cup alternative
“We are looking to set up a dazzling new European tournament with a fantastic new format, with, we hope, all the best clubs,” the TV chief said today.
Fergie insists there'll be no repeat of United's Euro flop this season
“We need to make a statement — and show everybody last season was just a blip,” said the Old Trafford chief.
Shamrock Rovers draw FK Ekranas in Champions League qualifiers
The Hoops will face the Lithuanian champions in the second qualifying round of the 2012/2013 UEFA Champions League.
Malzieu honoured to play in 'special' game against Leinster
“To reach this stage of the competition is brilliant as we have all dreamed about it,” according to the Clermont wing.
Never mind Barcelona, we've got to face Wigan first says Di Matteo
Chelsea made it through to the last four with a win over Benfica last night. But it’s Messi and the boys next up.
ROG v Sexton (again!): Out-halves, Ferris longlisted for European prize
Ronan O’Gara, Jonny Sexton and Stephen Ferris have all been named on the 15-man longlist for European Player of the Year.
Redknapp tipping tight finish in battle for Champions League football
Redknapp believes it is too close to call the race for a top-four finish, with Chelsea and Newcastle United also in the hunt with eight rounds to go.
Champions League preview: Blues hoping to keep the show on the road
Chelsea have not won away from home in this season’s Champions League. Can they do it in Lisbon tonight?
Champions League: Real Madrid 4 CSKA Moscow 1
Jose Mourinho’s men march on after routine win at the Bernabeu.
FAI confirm warm-up friendlies ahead of Euro 2012 campaign
Bosnia and Herzogovina will visit the Aviva for the final home game while Trap’s side will visit Hungary before the championships in Poland and Ukraine.
Beware of inflating bubbles: can Leinster meet expectations again?
‘They might as well give us the Cup now,’ was the opinion of one Blues fan in Kiely’s. But Joe Schmidt is facing a tough few months.
Crystal balls: who'll make it through to the Heineken Cup quarter-finals?
It’s a fool’s errand at this stage of Europe’s premier club competition – but let’s to pick the last eight anyway.
Connacht, Leinster and Munster name teams for Heineken Cup action
We’ve got the team-sheets ahead of a busy few days of top club rugby for all four provinces.
As it happened: Champions League Wednesday
It’s Chelsea and Arsenal against German opposition, it’s AC Milan versus champions Barcelona, it’s all the rest of the action… and was live.
Connacht beaten by Quins at the Stoop
Heineken Cup newcomers lose out to the in-form Guinnes Premiership side.
Leo Cullen expecting tough French test in Heineken Cup opener
It’s tournament newcomers Montpellier first up for the champions this weekend.
O'Neill happy with Hoops as Greeks come to town
Michael O’Neill says that he’s “not applying for jobs elsewhere” as Shamrock Rovers prepare for tonight’s Europa League clash with PAOK in Dublin.
Champions League Wednesday
Fernando had an enjoyable evening in London while there was some late drama in the Stade Velodrome where Arsenal took on Marseille. Catch up with all of tonight’s action in our minute-by-minute report.
Andorra v Ireland
Andorra may be one of the worst teams in the world but they’ve proved proficient at blocking out big teams. Would Ireland be frustrated on a huge night? Find out here.
Slovakia v Russia
Ireland needed Slovakia to beat Russia to maintain any hopes of qualifying automatically. Catch with all the action here.
Eurostar: Juve are for real, Bayern don’t score and Javier Pastore
Boom! It was another busy weekend throughout Europe. check out the best of the action here.
Another twist: Armenia hammer Slovakia on crazy night for Irish football
“I told the players St Patrick was looking down on us tonight,” says Trapattoni after scoreless draw in Moscow.
Italian town prints its own currency - and wants to declare independence
The ‘Filettino experiment’ could be an interesting one – with most in the town, population 598, favouring independence.
Serbs up: Rovers draw Partizan in Europa League play-off
Serbian champions await Michael O’Neill’s side in the final qualifying stage.
A bluffer’s guide to … FC Copenhagen
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Shamrock Rovers’ Champions League tie in Denmark tonight.
Next stop, Denmark? Hoops handed tricky draw against Copenhagen
Sligo and Pat’s both face potential trips to Ukraine in the third qualifying round of the Europa League.
The Bootroom: the state of play for Trap's Ireland
After last night’s superb win over Italy brought the curtain down on a promising Irish season, how are we looking for Euro 2012 qualification.
Tough tests and tricky battles: the Irish provinces react to yesterday's Heineken Cup draw
Which Irish province is looking forward to a tie against the “aristocrats of European rugby?”