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Some useful links every football fan needs:

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AEK Live Score - Live stream and live score 

Inter Live Stream - Live score and live stream for Inter Milan

Milan Livescore - Live stream Milan Matches

Napoli Live - Napoli Live stream and live score

Borussia Live Stream - BVB Live Scores and Live Stream

Arsenal Live - Live Stream Arsenal

Football Journal - Football opinions

Football Live - Livescore for all football and soccer teams

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Real Madrid Live - Real Madrid Livescore, Video Highlights and Live Stream

Barcelona Live - Real Madrid Livescore, Video Highlights and Live Stream

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This is where I found this information, but I think you can all check it for yourself to see what suits your needs. Mkhitaryan was largely ineffectual in the north London derby defeat to Tottenham last weekend but his other appearances have reminded the Premier League why he was so sought after while he starred for Borussia Dortmund two seasons ago.

Arsenal’s Europa League campaign presents an opportunity to win European silverware and directly qualify for next season’s Champions League. Mkhitaryan’s involvement has increased in importance as he’ll be without his former Dortmund team-mate Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for the latter stages of the competition due to the Gabon striker being cup-tied.

Xherdan Shaqiri has revealed how a number of his friends are blaming him for Manchester United parting with Jose Mourinho, with his double for Liverpool against the Red Devils leading to a managerial axe being wielded. The Swizterland international stepped off the bench during a Premier League fixture at Anfield on December 16 to net a match-winning double. With those efforts having helped Jurgen Klopp’s side to a first victory over their old adversaries in eight attempts, drastic action was taken by deflated opponents.

The contest proved to be the last for Mourinho as United manager , with his contract having been torn up and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer appointed on an interim basis in his place . On the role he played in a high-profile departure from Old Trafford, Shaqiri told The Guardian : "I had a lot of messages from my friends when it happened.

"There were a lot of good messages about the United game at first and then, when the news came out about Mourinho, I had messages saying: 'That's your fault!' But this is football sometimes.

"I don't think it was just because we won that game that United wanted to change their manager.

"There were other reasons but it means the game goes down in history. It will always be in my history too."

Arsene Wenger has praised the Arsenal job overseen by Unai Emery, with clever recruitment considered to have returned “defensive stability” to the Gunners. A humbling slide down the Premier League table had been endured prior to a change in the dugout at Emirates Stadium over the summer. A leaky back four had contributed to that tumble, with Arsenal paying the price with two finishes outside of the Champions League spots.

The former Gunners boss is pleased to his successor turning the tide in north London, telling beIN Sports: “I think Emery is doing an excellent job. “With the recruits he has brought in, it has brought a form of defensive stability and so I think everything is going well. “The team is in good hands and I always said that. A lot of people thought when I left the club that the team would need to completely rebuild – I never thought that. “I am very happy that these people have been proven wrong.” Emery was handed no transfer warchest upon inheriting the reins, so was able to make only minor tweaks to his squad. He did, however, prioritise reinforcements at the back, with Stephan Lichtsteiner, Bernd Leno and Sokratis Papastathopoulos among those drafted in.

Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi were also acquired to add steel to the midfield, and all of the new boys have made a positive impressions when called upon. Arsenal do, however, still find themselves on the fringes of the top four, with three points separating them from London neighbours Chelsea at present. They are a further two back on arch-rivals Tottenham and will be looking to return to winning ways on Saturday after successive defeats in league and cup competition when they play host to Burnley.

Pep Guardiola will be able to call upon Kevin De Bruyne when Manchester City take on Crystal Palace on Saturday. De Bruyne came on as a substitute against Everton last weekend and started in the Carabao Cup in midweek, and Guardiola will have to decided whether to name the Belgian in the starting XI again, or keep him back for away games against Leicester and Southampton after Christmas. The Catalan will also have to decided between Sergio Aguero, who also returned in midweek, and Gabriel Jesus, who scored twice against Everton a week ago.

David Silva misses out again with a hamstring injury, while Benjamin Mendy is out following knee surgery. Vincent Kompany has missed the last two match day squads with an unspecified injury. Claudio Bravo is a long-term absentee with an Achilles injury but Danilo has returned to training this week following a number of set-backs.

Oleksandr Zinchenko could start at left-back in place of Fabian Delph, as the Ukrainian has generally started home matches against teams expected to defend. With two tricky away matches coming up, Delph could be kept back. John Stones has a good chance of partnering Aymeric Laporte at centre-back given Nicolas Otamendi has looked a little shaky of late, and both young centre-backs are especially good on the ball. Guardiola may be tempted to bring De Bruyne back slowly, and would mean a midfield partnership of Bernardo Silva and Ilkay Gundogan playing ahead of Fernandinho.

Aguero is more likely to return to the starting line-up given he has not been out of action for anywhere near as long as De Bruyne, but Jesus' two goals against Everton could provide him with the opportunity to start in the league yet again. Raheem Sterling is likely to come back into the line-up after starting the last two matches on the bench, and Leroy Sane could provide the width on the left-hand side as he has tended to do in the absence of Mendy.

Cheikhou Kouyate was withdrawn during that game and will be assessed to see whether he can return against City. Christian Benteke is a long-term absentee with a knee injury.

The Real Madrid midfielder has ended the stranglehold of two iconic figures on football's grandest prizes, with his efforts finally being recognised Luka Modric is pleased to be “finally recognised”, with the Real Madrid star having toppled Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo to prove that “football is not just goals, goals, goals”. The Croatia international has enjoyed a stunning year in which he has climbed to the very top of the global game.

Modric ended the duopoly of Messi and Ronaldo to claim those honours, with his creative qualities winning out over the prolific strike rates of his rivals. The 33-year-old midfielder is delighted to see alternative skill sets being acknowledged, telling GQ: "It makes me happy that people have finally recognised everything I've achieved in my sports career.

"I've had to win many things to make it happen and only then others have realised that football is not just goals, goals and goals." It has not been an easy journey for Modric to this point, with the talented playmaker having had to scrap for all that he has achieved.

He added: "I've been surrounded by doubts since my childhood. "Because of my physique, because of my height... "Some thought those elements were important to succeed in life and in football, but I never doubted myself."

Modric is now receiving the acclaim he undoubtedly deserves, with an important role at Real Madrid allowing him to pursue more major honours and cement a standing among the greats. "Thanks to that trust and that faith in myself, I came to the best club in the world," he added.

"At the beginning many people didn't believe in me either, it's part of my life, always surrounded by doubts, always hearing that no I won't reach the top. "All the recognition, such as the FIFA World Player or the Ballon d'Or, are worth much more when you are aware that nobody has given you anything.

"Nothing has been given to me by anyone, I've had to work for it." That hard work has been richly rewarded, and there is the promise of even more to come from a man currently chasing down a third successive Club World Cup crown to sit alongside his enviable haul of other awards.

A muscle injury is likely to keep the Spain international out of the Blancos' showdown with Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates on Saturday Marco Asensio is set to miss the Club World Cup final after sustaining a thigh injury.

The 22-year-old has suffered a grade two injury in his right rectus femoris, Real Madrid confirmed in a statement. The Blancos announced on their official website: "Following tests carried out on Marco Asensio by the Real Madrid Medical Services, he has been diagnosed with a grade II muscle injury in the right rectus femoris.

"His recovery will continue to be assessed." It means the Spain international will potentially not return to action until at least January 3, when Madrid face Villarreal in La Liga. Santiago Solari's side take on Al Ain in the Club World Cup final in Abu Dhabi on Saturday, having beaten Kashima Antlers 3-1 in their semi-final.

The European champions are seeking to win their third global title in a row. While it appears unlikely that they will be able to call upon Asensio in their next outing, the Blancos do have an in-form Gareth Bale at their disposal following his hat-trick in a last-four success. Solari said of the Welshman after that showing:"I'm happy for