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Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino: No need to reassure Daniel Levy about my future


Pochettino: Spurs achieved 'mission impossible' to reach UCL knockouts



Mauricio Pochettino admits Daniel Levy is unamused by the speculation about his future but says he feels no need to reassure his chairman about his commitment to Tottenham.

Pochettino has been linked with Real Madrid and Manchester United but stated last month that he wants to win silverware with Spurs, while he stressed last week that he feels valued by Levy.

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Morata injured as Chelsea draw final Europa League group game

Alvaro Morata was hurt after landing awkwardly following this shot



Chelsea lost striker Alvaro Morata to a knee injury as they drew with MOL Vidi in a Europa League dead rubber.

The Blues, who had already won Group L to reach the last 32, made 10 changes although Willian, Morata and Cesc Fabregas were among the starters.

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Young Arsenal side ease to final group win over Qarabag

Lacazette's finish was the only real moment of excitement



Laurent Koscielny played for the first time since May as Arsenal completed their near-perfect Europa League group stage with an easy win over Qarabag.

Unai Emery's side had already qualified for the knockout round and go through as Group E winners, with five victories and one draw from their six matches.

Read more: Young Arsenal side ease to final group win over Qarabag

When is the Europa League draw for the round of 32?





The draw for the round of 32 of the 2018-19 UEFA Europa League will be made at midday GMT / 7 a.m. ET on Monday, Dec. 17.

Europa League group winners and the four best third-ranked teams in the Champions League will be in one pot, with group runners-up and the other four Champions League third-placed teams in the second pot.

Read more: When is the Europa League draw for the round of 32?

Pep Guardiola: Man City boss says Blues chiefs have told him club will not be banned

Pep Guardiola has spoken to chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak (left) and chief executive Ferran Soriano (right) about the issue




Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says he has been assured by senior figures at the club that they will not be banned from European competition for Financial Fair Play irregularities.

A series of allegations were made in Der Spiegel last month after what City said were "leaks" and an "organised attempt" to smear the club were passed on by the Football Leaks organisation.

Read more: Pep Guardiola: Man City boss says Blues chiefs have told him club will not be banned


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