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Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino brushes off Barca talk

Mauricio Pochettino rules out ever managing Barcelona because of his loyalty to Spanish rivals Espanyol.
As Premier League season heads toward the final stretch, the FC crew debate which sides will finish in the top four.

LONDON -- Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has said his history with Espanyol meant he could not be Barcelona boss.

Pochettino met Camp Nou president Josep Maria Bartmomeu in Barcelona last week, leading to speculation that he is a candidate to replace Luis Enrique despite saying he is happy at White Hart Lane.

He spent a decade with local rivals Espanyol and told a news conference on Thursday: "It was true [that he and Bartomeu had met]. It was a coincidence in a bar in Barcelona.


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Cristiano Ronaldo bust sculptor: 'Not even Jesus pleased everyone'

Scott Van Pelt is the latest to chime on the unveiling of Cristiano Ronaldo's statue at Madeira airport.
The Madeira Islands airport is set to be named after Ronaldo, and Mike & Mike debate whether there's any higher honor.

The sculptor who designed the bust of Cristiano Ronaldo unveiled at Madeira airport on Wednesday has defended his handiwork, saying: "Not even Jesus pleased everyone."

The statue was presented to the public as part of the celebrations this week that saw the local airport renamed Aeroporto Internacional da Madeira, Cristiano Ronaldo, with the Real Madrid man in attendance at the event on his home island.

The bust become a viral online sensation shortly after it was unveiled, with critics saying...

Sevilla to appeal against punishment imposed after chants vs. Real Madrid

The punishment was imposed after incidents in a 2-1 win over Real at the Sanchez Pizjuan.

Sevilla have been ordered to close part of their stadium for one La Liga match after obscene chants were directed at Real Madrid and their captain Sergio Ramos by elements of the crowd at a match in January.

The club announced that it had been informed by the competition committee of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) that the punishment had been imposed following the incidents in their 2-1 win at the Sanchez Pizjuan.

Former Sevilla star Ramos has had a volatile relationship with...