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Liverpool’s Already Planned UCL Victory Parade Has Some Juventus Fans Upset

MILAN — Liverpool FC's planned victory parade on Sunday has stirred unease for a representative of victims of the Heysel stadium disaster as it coincides with the 37th anniversary of the tragedy.

Liverpool, who play Real Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday, plan a celebration in their home city after a season in which they have already won the two main domestic cup competitions in England and finished runners-up in the Premier League.

Macario, Horan And Lyon Slay Mighty Barcelona With Dominant Showing And Insane 30-Yard Golazo

American stars Catarina Macario and Lindsey Horan became the fourth and fifth USWNT players to win the UEFA Champions League as Lyon defeated the seemingly unstoppable Barcelona 3-1 on Saturday in Turin.

Macario and Horan played the entire game and the 22-year-old phenom made history as the first American to score in the final

Mbappé Makes Surprise Decision To Say No To Real Madrid And Stay With PSG Until 2025

PARIS — Kylian Mbappé has decided to extend his stay at Paris Saint-Germain, French sport daily L'Equipe reported on Saturday.

Sergio Agüero Reveals Frightening Story Of Irregular Heartbeat During Final Match

Sergio Agüero's abrupt retirement from the game deprived us of some magical seasons with Barcelona and of providing the Argentine with a farewell befitting one of the greatest striker's of his generation, but Agüero lived it all on the pitch and made the decision to ensure he could do the same off it.

On Tuesday night, Agüero made an appearance on the popular Spanish TV show "El Hormiguero" and discussed the life-altering events that transpired after his arrival at the Camp Nou on July 1.

How Did He Do That? Kevin Trapp Pulls Off Save Of Year In Biggest Match Of Season

Eintracht Frankfurt fans traveled en masse to Seville for the Europa League final on Wednesday. Their German goalkeeper ensured they’ll be partying deep into the Spanish night. An unbelievable Kevin Trapp save vs Rangers helped Frankfurt claim the Europa League crown, the club’s first European trophy in 42 years.

Seville Business Probably Regrets Leaving Chairs Out As Rangers-Frankfurt Fans Play Game Of Dodge-Chair

Soccer fans have known for some time that thousands of Rangers and Eintracht Frankfurt fans meeting in Seville, Spain, for the Europa League final was going to cause trouble. The two wildly passionate fanbases were on a collision course in Spain that could only end in one way: violence.

Spain’s chief of police warned on Tuesday that shit was going to go down in the city of Seville for this Europa League final.

Atlético de Madrid Hace Un Emotivo Pasillo Para Despedir A Héctor Herrera Y Luis Suárez

Si bien aún queda una jornada en LaLiga, el Atlético de Madrid aprovechó su último partido como local en el Wanda Metropolitano para darle una emotiva despedida a dos queridos elementos del plantel: el mexicano Héctor Herrera y el uruguayo Luis Suárez, quienes tendrán nuevos desafíos a partir de la temporada 2022-23.

Injury Impact: The 5 Most Impactful Absences In European Soccer This Season

When we think of injuries in soccer and of their repercussions, we often think of big names at big clubs. But oftentimes it is the absence of important players at mid-sized clubs that has the biggest impact on performance.

Larger clubs have the depth to replace even the most talented of players; most teams do not. This list of most impactful injuries this season will include one or two big names, but it also features several footballers that sometimes go unnoticed.

Benzema Went Full Gumby-Legs To Set Up Real Madrid’s 5th Goal

Real Madrid smashed Levante 6-0 to confirm Levante’s relegation on Thursday. Vini Jr. had three goals and Luka Modrić had three assists. For me, the best play of the game was the Karim Benzema assist to Vini Jr. for the fifth, the Frenchman going full Gumby-legs to set up the Brazilian.

After Refusing To Give Guard Of Honor, Atlético Beats Real Madrid At The Wanda For Very First Time

MADRID - A first-half penalty by Yannick Carrasco earned Atlético Madrid a 1-0 victory in a fiery derby clash against champions Real Madrid on Sunday, as the hosts tightened their grip on a place in next season's Champions League.

Diego Simeone's side remain fourth in the standings on 64 points, six clear of Real Betis in fifth, and with three games left to play they edged closer to a top-four finish, to qualify for Europe's top club competition.

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