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Mancini: 'I could punch Balotelli'

Roberto Mancini is so frustrated with Mario Balotelli that he has to stop himself from punching him.
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Holman's Euro hopes dashed

Brett Holman's Europa League hopes were dashed in Spain on Thursday after Valencia defeated his AZ Alkmaar side 5-2 on aggregate as all three Spanish clubs advanced to the Europa League semi-finals.
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Seven depart Heart

Melbourne Heart have confirmed the departure of seven players following the end of the 2011/12 Hyundai A-League campaign, including Alex Terra, Rutger Worm and Maycon.
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Fergie: Derby clash crucial

Sir Alex Ferguson believes the derby clash with Manchester City could still determine this season's league winners.
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Pep slams Ibrahimovic claims

Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola has hit back at AC Milan foward Zlatan Ibrahimovic's claims of referee bias towards the Catalan giants.
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Travel-weary Wellington vulnerable

Perth goalkeeper Danny Vukovic says the massive travel load Wellington have faced for Saturday's Hyundai A-League minor semi-final will give the Glory a major advantage.
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Schwab: FFA need to learn GCU lessons

Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) chief executive Brendan Schwab wants to harness the painful collapse of Gold Coast United as a means to ensure another A-League club does not go under.
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Gold Coast officially axed

Gold Coast United is officially no longer after Football Federation Australia confirmed the club will not take part in the 2012-13 season.
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Jeonbuk notch first win

Jeonbuk Motors recorded their first victory of the AFC Champions League campaign on Wednesday, while Brisbane Roar remain winless.
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Real Madrid rout APOEL

Real Madrid can boast the highest-scoring trio in Spanish football history as they strolled into the Champions League semi-finals on Wednesday (local time).
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Chelsea through to final four

A penalty by Frank Lampard and a late goal from Raul Meireles helped Chelsea secure a Champions League semi-final place.
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Schuhkraft: No transparency at FFA

The final nail in the coffin for Gold Coast United came as no surprise to the consortium trying to save them, with bid leader Geoffery Schuhkraft criticising Football Federation Australia for a lack of honesty.
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Buckley: Western Sydney will be ready

Ben Buckley has dismissed concerns the new Western Sydney franchise will not be ready in time for the new A-League season, and is confident they have the model to make the new franchise a raging success.
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FFA confirm new Sydney A-League team

Football Federation Australia chief executive Ben Buckley has confirmed a western Sydney team will play in the A-League next season.
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Trani pleased with resolute Reds

Adelaide United coach Luciano Trani hailed his team's defensive efforts despite a 1-0 loss to Pohang Steelers in the Asian Champions League.
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Porto fined for Balotelli abuse

UEFA has fined Porto 20,000 ($AU 26,000) euros after the club's supporters were found to have racially abused Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli.
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'Amazing' Mariners do Arnold proud

They might still be chasing their first ever win in the Asian Champions League but Central Coast Mariners coach Graham Arnold said he could not have been prouder with the efforts of his exhausted players after Tuesday night's 1-1 draw with Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma at Gosford.
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Birmingham too good for Burnley

Birmingham consolidated fourth place and a potential play-off place with six games to play after a 3-1 win at Burnley.
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FFA set to unveil western Sydney team

A western Sydney club will join the A-League for next season with Football Federation Australia to confirm the move on Wednesday, according to reports.
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Bayern Munich munch Marseille

Bayern Munich advanced to the Champions League semi-finals with a 4-0 aggregate victory over Marseille.
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