"The final outcome of any game shouldn’t rely on the opponents. All of the games to come will be difficult and a big challenge. We must face the situation however it turns out and try and make the best of it.” Hannover 96 sporting director Jorg Schmadtke.
Lessons learned: How every MLS team should re-think its offseason plan - from The Sporting News's Brian Straus: The MLS regular season is important, but only in the middle of the standings — not at the top.
Red Bulls' bold steps are only the beginning - from Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney: Big stars and Designated Players come and go, but an MLS team sinks or swims on how players like Lade perform.
First Mexico, now the world for Tijuana trio - from MLSsoccer.com's Tom Marshall: “This is just the beginning of the history."
MEN’s City and United writers have their say on a game everyone’s talking about - from The Manchester Evening News: It is going to take a monumental change in defending to keep the Blues out.
Manchester City v Manchester United: tactical preview - from The Guardian's Michael Cox: Yet in the past couple of years, Rooney has proved unreliable when asked to play defensive-minded roles in big matches.
Man City v Man Utd: Is the title already a two-horse race? - from BBC Sport's Phil McNulty: and yet there are now signs that this could become the reality south of the border.
Didier Drogba's £800,000 gift to former Chelsea team-mates - from The Independent's Sam Wallace: Drogba hosted a dinner for the players as well as staff who won the trophy....
Chelsea and Manchester City's Champions League exit shows Premier League defences have lost their zeal - from The Telegraph's Henry Winter: However unsporting, he did it for the team.
Tweet This@DubbZV - Zarek Valentin: Guys in England should never ever ever Ever dance again... It's like watching new born giraffes trying to find their legs for the first time
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