AS Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim says his side need to have a perfect match if they are going to defeat Juventus and reverse their 1-0 Champions League quarter-final deficit.
Last week, the Italian champions secured a narrow victory over the French club when Juventus were awarded a second half penalty after defender Ricardo Carvalho tripped Alvaro Morata as the striker entered...
Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim was unhappy with the referee after his side lost the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal 1-0 to Juventus on Tuesday night.
The Serie A champions secured their hard-earned victory thanks to Arturo Vidal's 57th-minute penalty at the Juventus Stadium. However, Jardim claimed after the match that the officials should have awarded a free-kick...
Real Madrid defender Pepe has been diagnosed with a thigh injury which is likely to rule him out of Sunday's Primera Division clash against Granada.
The 32-year-old Portugal international has been carrying the injury sustained during the 2-1 Clasico defeat to Barcelona two weeks ago and it was confirmed by the Spanish giants on Wednesday.
Pepe was unable to take part in Portugal...
LISBON, Portugal -- Portugal went top of European Championship qualifying Group I with a 2-1 win over Serbia on Sunday.
Defenders scored both Portuguese goals as Ricardo Carvalho and Fabio Coentrao netted in each half, either side of a spectacular equalizer from Nemanja Matic with an overhead kick.
Portugal's third straight win under Fernando Santos, who took charge after Cristiano...
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Manchester United linked with Monaco star: Transfer explained - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
No, we are not joking! Neither are reporting any off the mark transfer story. Manchester United fans hold on to your breath as you favourite club has been linked with former Chelsea defender Ricardo Carvalho according to Italian website Tutto Mercato Web. Yes its Ricardo Carvalho...
Monaco got its title bid off to a stuttering start by losing 2-1 to Lorient in its French league opener on Sunday.
Lorient substitute Valentin Lavigne scored the winning goal with a low strike in the 87th minute.
Vincent Aboubakar initially put Lorient ahead in the ninth minute with a penalty, but Monaco striker Radamel Falcao also converted a spot kick to level in the 78th...
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August 10, 2014