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Jorge Sánchez

Jorge Sánchez

Sánchez Colacio

Goalkeeper on CF Motril


Barca debacle confirmed end of CR7-Messi dictatorship

Bayern Munich beat Barcelona in Lisbon, but not just Barcelona ended a cycle. One of them, Leo Messi, and his archenemy Cristino Ronaldo seem to have put an end to their dictatorship in the Champions League.

Premier League

Klopp wins Premier League manager of the season

Jurgen Klopp has been named Premier League manager of the season after guiding the club to their first league title in three decades.


Liverpool great Fowler hits out at 'gangster' Brisbane Roar

Former England and Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler claimed Saturday he was wrongfully dismissed by Brisbane Roar, saying the Australian club "turned gangster" on him and assistant Tony Grant.


End of an era as Barca humiliation makes revolution the only option

Barcelona's worst ever defeat in Europe, an 8-2 mauling at the hands of Bayern Munich, will signal the end of Quique Setien as coach but it feels like the end of more than that. 

Europa League

Europa League no longer a consolation prize for European giants

The Europa League may not be able to match the riches and glamour of the Champions League, but the presence of Manchester United and Inter Milan in the semi-finals is further evidence that Europe's giants are increasingly taking the competition seriously.


Neuer commiserates with Ter Stegen after winning battle of German keepers

Bayern Munich captain Manuel Neuer commiserated with fellow Germany goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen, who was in Barcelona's goal for their humiliating 8-2 defeat in the Champions League quarter-final on Friday.


Barcelona coach Setien says 'too soon' to discuss future after horror defeat

Barcelona's embattled coach Quique Setien offered no indication that he would resign in the immediate aftermath of Friday's 8-2 Champions League humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich, as club president Josep Maria Bartomeu promised to "take decisions" in the coming days.


Who said what after Bayern Munich humiliated Barcelona in Champions League

Who said what after Bayern Munich humiliated Barcelona 8-2 in the Champions League quarter-finals on Friday:


Record flop Coutinho rubs salt into Barca wounds

Philippe Coutinho's late two-goal cameo against Barcelona in Bayern Munich's jaw-dropping 8-2 quarter-final victory Friday inflicted further misery on a club that splashed out a record 160 million euros ($189.5 million) to sign the Brazilian in January 2018.


"Hard to comprehend"

A merciless Bayern Munich inflicted a humiliating, record defeat on Barcelona on Friday, recording a scarcely believable 8-2 victory in their Champions League quarter-final in Lisbon to leave Lionel Messi forlorn and surely hastening in the end of an era in Catalonia.


VIDEO: Toko Ekambi: we are going to do it

Karl Toko Ekambi talks about the upcoming Champions League quarter-final against Manchester City.


Barcelona star Pique: 'We have hit rock bottom'

Veteran Barcelona defender Gerard Pique described Friday's 8-2 Champions League humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich as a "disgrace" and claimed the storied club had "hit rock bottom".

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