Europa League

The latest Europa League news

Europa League news from Monday, February 19, 2018

- With a full slate of crucial UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League games scheduled this week, we’ve got the complete and accurate US TV schedule for you (as well as the links to the legal streaming options). As normal, the rights holders FOX Sports and ESPN have made some late changes, so be sure to review the following schedule so you can don’t miss any of the European soccer action th...

Europa League news from Saturday, February 17, 2018

- ?Arsenal reportedly had scouts at the Europa League game between Napoli and RB Leipzig to watch two of the Italian giants' star players, in the hope of signing the pair in the summer. According to ?CalcioMercato, Lorenzo Insigne and Kalidou Koulibaly were under the Gunners' scouts' watchful eyes, but they may have been disappointed by what they saw in the 3-1 loss at the Stadio San Paolo on Thur...

- ?B?arcelona had scouts at Thursday's Europa League fixture between Nice and Lokomotiv Moscow to monitor the progress of young defender Malang Sarr and long-term target Jean-Michael Seri. According to ?Sport, Barca have been "following" the 19-year-old defender who is quickly becoming one of the hottest prospects in his position. Barça are following the evolutions of Nice defender Malang Sarr (1...

Europa League news from Friday, February 16, 2018

- ?Following a disappointing season in their previous campaign, ?Arsenal find themselves playing in the Europa League.  Arsene Wenger made it clear at the start of the season that he would use the European fixtures as a chance to rotate his squad, but former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard believes they should take the competition more seriously.  Whilst working as a pundit on BT Sport (via ...

- Ostersund's European odyssey was ended on Thursday night, as a rejuvenated Arsenal side claimed a 3-0 victory on a freezing night in central Sweden.  Strikes from Mesut Ozil and Nacho Monreal were enough secure passage to the next round for Arsene Wenger, whose charges were helped by a catastrophic own goal from Sotiris Papagianopoulos. After a nightmare start which seen the hosts concede two in ...

- Lyon winger Memphis Depay “needs love” even if he can sometimes prove frustrating to watch for president Jean-Michel Aulas. Depay replaced Houssem Aouar in the 72nd minute with Lyon clinging on to a 2-1 lead at home to Villarreal in the first leg of their Europa League last-32 tie on Thursday. He irritated the home fans […]...

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