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Juventus hoping for UCL improvement

Champions League: After bowing out of the Champions League group stage in the past three attempts, Massimiliano Allegri and Juve will look to kick start with a win against Malmo.

(01:35) | Sep 16, 2014

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Schmidt: Leverkusen not favourites

Champions League: While Bayer Leverkusen may be top of the German Bundesliga, Roger Schmidt explains AS Monaco may be the favoured side.

(01:52) | Sep 16, 2014

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Ludogorets sign Canadian goalkeeper

Champions League: Ludogorets confirmed they have signed Canadian Milan Borjan to play in goal against Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League, after their most recent goalkeeper crisis.

(01:13) | Sep 16, 2014

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Wenger: Arsenal can cope with injuries

Champions League: Arsene Wenger appears unconcerned with injuries ahead of Arsenal's Champions League opener against Borussia Dortmund.

(01:18) | Sep 16, 2014

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Simeone: Atletico in transition

Champions League: Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone explains his side are in a transition period ahead of their clash against Olympiakos to begin their Champions League campaign.

(01:11) | Sep 16, 2014

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Basel confident ahead of Real Madrid clash

Champions League: Basel coach Paulo Souse indicates his side are confident ahead of their Champions League Group B encounter against Real Madrid.

(01:10) | Sep 16, 2014

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Former FIFA man threatens Blatter presidency

Champions League: Frenchman Jerome Champagne confirmed his intention to run for the FIFA presidency.

(00:35) | Sep 16, 2014

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German-Spanish dominance to continue?

Champions League: After a promising start to the season, Arsenal fans will be hoping this is their year in the UEFA Champions League

(01:51) | Sep 16, 2014

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Dortmund face familiar group stage foe

Champions League: Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp says they will be taking on a different Arsenal side than the one that beat them 1-0 at Signal-Iduna Park last year.

(01:53) | Sep 16, 2014

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