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Liverpool hike price for Barca fans, copy Man Utd



Liverpool have taken a cue from Manchester United and hiked prices for away supporters when they host Barcelona in the Champions League semifinals to subsidise tickets for own fans travelling to the Nou Camp.

United increased prices for their quarterfinal tie with Barca when the Spanish club charged £102, which British media reported was the most expensive ticket to a United game outside of a final.

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Rafael Benitez: I want to be a manager at 70 and challenge for Champions League again

Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez joined the St James' Park club in 2016



Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez says he wants to be a manager until he is 70, and have another chance to win the Champions League before he retires.

The 59-year-old, who is out of contract at Newcastle this summer, says he is "waiting for an answer" on a new deal.

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Professional footballers to boycott social media for 24 hours in racism protest

 
Danny Rose made his England debut in 2016 and has 26 caps



Professional footballers in England and Wales are to boycott social media for 24 hours on Friday, to protest against the way social networks and football authorities respond to racism.

It follows a number of high-profile incidents in domestic and international matches this season.

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Aaron Ramsey: Arsenal midfielder suffers muscular injury

Wales international Aaron Ramsey will leave Arsenal after 11 years to join Juventus on a £200,000-a-week contract



Aaron Ramsey may have played his last game for Arsenal after suffering a muscular injury during their Europa League quarter-final against Napoli.

The midfielder pulled up feeling the back of his thigh in the 33rd minute and was replaced by Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

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Europa League Report: Napoli 0 Arsenal 1 (0-3 agg) - Lacazette stunner sees Gunners coast through


Arsenal boss Unai Emery will face former club Valencia in the Europa League semi-finals after Alexandre Lacazette sealed victory at Napoli



Alexandre Lacazette fired Arsenal to an accomplished 1-0 win at Napoli as Unai Emery's men cruised into the Europa League semi-finals 3-0 on aggregate.

The Premier League side began confidently in defence of their first-leg advantage and did not allow a couple of close defensive shaves and a hamstring injury to Aaron Ramsey to throw them off course.

Read more: Europa League Report: Napoli 0 Arsenal 1 (0-3 agg) - Lacazette stunner sees Gunners coast through


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