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Tottenham ban three fans after Champions League final tickets listed on resale site

Tottenham have reached their first European Cup final



Tottenham have handed out "indefinite bans" to three season ticket-holders who listed their Champions League final tickets on a resale website.

Spurs face Liverpool in Madrid on 1 June, with each team receiving 17,000 tickets at the 63,500-capacity stadium.

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Pep Guardiola: Man City boss says treble is not enough


Man City 6-0 Watford: Pep's got no chill, worst coin toss ever & City run riot



Manchester City will ultimately be judged on how they fare in the Champions League despite their historic treble, says manager Pep Guardiola.

The City boss is aware critics will point to failure in Europe whatever other success he achieves at the club.

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Messi scores twice as champions Barcelona draw at Eibar

Lionel Messi finished as La Liga's top scorer this season with 36 goals



Lionel Messi scored two goals in two minutes but champions Barcelona had to settle for a draw against an impressive Eibar side in the final La Liga match of the season.

Marc Cucurella, on loan from Barcelona, grabbed the home side's opener when his low shot beat Jasper Cillessen.

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Gareth Bale does not acknowledge fans in final Real Madrid game

Gareth Bale has scored 14 goals in 42 games for Real this season



Unused substitute Gareth Bale walked off without acknowledging the home support after Real Madrid's final La Liga match this season ended in a dismal defeat by Real Betis.

Speculation over the future of the 29-year-old, who joined for a club record £85m in 2013, has intensified this season with reports suggesting he is set to leave the Bernabeu.

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Champions League final: Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino avoids touchline ban

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pohcettino will lead his side in their first Champions League final next month



Mauricio Pochettino has avoided a touchline ban for Tottenham's Champions League final against Liverpool.

The Spurs manager has been given a one-match ban linked to the delayed start of the semi-final first leg with Ajax, but his suspension has been deferred for a probation period of one year.

Read more: Champions League final: Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino avoids touchline ban


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