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Yawn if you can't win a title:Jose
Skipper John Terry has pointed to Chelsea's ability to dig deeper than those among the chasing pack as key to their imminent Premier League title success this season and rejected any talk that they are a boring side.
Van Gaal: United allowing Liverpool to see the 'light'
Louis van Gaal condemned his Manchester United players for offering "light" to Liverpool in the fight for Champions League qualification, and for having a complacent attitude that led to a comprehensive defeat by Everton on Sunday.
No flowers for Klopp, a Bayern win will do
Borussia Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp plans to shatter Bayern Munich's dreams of a Treble-winning season in today's German Cup semi-final clash.
NBA : Cavs count cost of victory
The Cleveland Cavaliers won a game, clinched a series but lost an important piece of their puzzle at TD Garden on Sunday.
EPL : Downcast Louis Van-quished
The Grim Reaper did not appear beside the visitors' bench as he did for David Moyes' final game as Manchester United manager 12 months ago, but Louis van Gaal suffered his own torment at Goodison Park yesterday.
EPL : Spirit to extend City's unbeaten run: Pellegrini
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini believes his team can go through the remainder of the English Premier League season unbeaten if they show the same character they displayed in a 3-2 victory over Aston Villa.
Reds must win at least 4 of 5 games: Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers conceded Liverpool will be hard pressed to qualify for the Champions League after a 0-0 draw at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday dealt a major blow to their bid for a top-four finish.
Raft helps bail out Blues in rough seas, says Mourinho
It took a couple of minutes, an elaborate game of charades, allusions to Robinson Crusoe and Captain Phillips and, eventually, a hastily drawn sketch but Jose Mourinho got there in the end.
Golf : McCoy departs role as chief whip
Riding legend A. P. Tony McCoy bowed out for the final time on Saturday, finishing third on Box Office in the Bet365 Handicap Hurdle at Sandown Park.
NBA : Warriors grab chance to be battle-hardened
The Golden State Warriors have been so overwhelming in winning a National Basketball Association-best 67 regular-season games and in sweeping aside the up-and-coming New Orleans Pelicans that at times they looked like a runaway 18-wheeler.
Football : Wenger-Mourinho rivalry is all about the numbers game
Looking for an omen? This will depend on your attitude to superstition, but Arsene Wenger, who could do with a change of fortune against Chelsea, could be putting a lot of store on the number 13 this evening.
Football : Pochettino finds Saints are on par
Two goals by Graziano Pelle were not enough to give Southampton the victory that their fans craved over Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham Hotspur, as Erik Lamela and Nacer Chadli struck to ensure that the Argentinian left his old stamping ground with a 2-2 draw yesterday.
Football : United aiming to win title next year
Manchester United's Louis van Gaal has warned rival English Premier League managers that he is not content with top-four finishes and is targeting the title next season.
Football : Fellaini a better player after fighting for spot
Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini contemplated leaving the club after a disappointing debut season but the Belgian believes he is now reaping the rewards of fighting for his place at Old Trafford.
Football : De Gea may leave despite fat pay packet
Louis van Gaal could provide no guarantees on Friday that David de Gea would stay at Manchester United, despite the English Premier League giants offering the goalkeeper a huge new contract.
Football : Giggs to replace me: Van Gaal
Louis van Gaal has backed Ryan Giggs to succeed him as Manchester United manager when the Dutchman eventually leaves Old Trafford.
Tennis : Navratilova steps down as Radwanska's coach
Tennis legend Martina Navratilova has ended her coaching agreement with Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska after just five months, claiming she was unable to dedicate enough time to the job.
Football : Guardiola returns to old haunt
Pep Guardiola will return to face his former club Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals after yesterday's draw paired the Catalan side with Bayern Munich while holders Real Madrid were drawn against Juventus.
Football : In-form Gunners to fancy chances
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has insisted that his poor record against Jose Mourinho will have no bearing on his side's clash with Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium today.
Football : No one better: Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers is confident that there is no better manager to deliver silverware for Liverpool, despite facing a prospect of a third successive season without a trophy.
Football : Cesc chose Blues to win titles: Mourinho
Jose Mourinho might have played down his unblemished record against Arsene Wenger yesterday but the Chelsea manager could not resist taking a dig at Arsenal.
Tennis : French title central to ambitions of Serb and Spaniard
For four weeks till the French Open, tennis will think almost nothing else and no one else. For not since Rafa hounded Roger at Wimbledon has tennis been so distilled to two men and one troph
Tennis : Triple Stuttgart champ Sharapova loses opener
Three-time defending Stuttgart Grand Prix champion Maria Sharapova lost her opening clay-court match of the season on Thursday, going down 6-2, 5-7, 1-6 to Germany's Angelique Kerber.
Baseketball : Pelicans can't stomach hot Curry's heroics
Stephen Curry led the Golden State to one of the greatest comebacks in National Basketball Association play-off history as the Warriors defeated the New Orleans Pelicans 123-119 in overtime on Thursday.
Baseketball : Rose fires up Bulls to the brink of East semis
A former Most Valuable Player, Derrick Rose is a threat to take over a National Basketball Association game at any time despite his injury history. But nobody expected him to do it in the way he did on Thursday.
Football : Real won't relax grip
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti sent a warning to Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Juventus that his side will not relinquish their Champions League title lightly after finally seeing off Atletico Madrid to progress to the semi-finals 1-0 on aggregate.
Football : Old Lady Juve hold no fear for Barca, Bayern and Madrid
Like a dowager duchess returning to polite society, Juventus' presence will add gravitas and glamour to the Champions League semi-finals.
Football : Bayern keen to extend Guardiola's contract
Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola "would not go to a club like Manchester City" and would be offered an extension when his contract with the German champions expires next year, club chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said yesterday.
Football : Cesc's exit is Wenger's big regret
Arsene Wenger has called upon the Arsenal home crowd to remember the service that Cesc Fabregas once gave to them and afford him a respectful reception when he returns to the Emirates Stadium for the first time with Chelsea on Sunday.
Basketball : Spurs' win marred by Parker's injury
The San Antonio Spurs came away with a crucial victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday but might have lost point guard Tony Parker.
- Football : Kane emulates Lineker but will cater for team
- Basketball : Harden blocks Wizards from catching up
- Tennis : Navratilova steps down as Radwanska's coach
- Golf : No feather in the cap just yet, says Spieth
- Tennis : Venus may dip back into Indian Wells
- Bayern tear apart Porto in staggering U-turn
- Uefa Champions League : PSG aim to exploit any flaws in Barca defence
- F1 : Alonso almost ready to race
- Football : Terry hails Chelsea's character
- Golf : McIlroy set sights on Tiger at age 9
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