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Group Stage draw result

Group A

FC Porto (POR)

FC Dynamo Kyiv (UKR)

Paris Saint-Germain FC (FRA)

GNK Dinamo Zagreb (CRO)

Group B

Arsenal FC (ENG)

FC Schalke 04 (GER)

Olympiacos FC (GRE)

Montpellier Hérault (FRA)

Group C

AC Milan (ITA)

FC Zenit St Petersburg (RUS)

RSC Anderlecht (BEL)

Málaga CF (ESP)

Group D

Real Madrid CF (ESP)

Manchester City FC (ENG)

AFC Ajax (NED)

Borussia Dortmund (GER)

Group E

Chelsea FC (ENG)

FC Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR)

Juventus (ITA)

FC Nordsjælland (DEN)

Group F

FC Bayern München (GER)

Valencia CF (ESP)

LOSC Lille (FRA)

FC BATE Borisov (BLR)

Group G

FC Barcelona (ESP)

SL Benfica (POR)

FC Spartak Moskva (RUS)

Celtic FC (SCO)

Group H

Manchester United FC (ENG)

SC Braga (POR)

Galatasaray AS (TUR)

CFR 1907 Cluj (ROU)

The group stage fixtures will be played on 18/18 September, 2/3 October, 23/24 October, 6/7 November, 20/21 November and 4/5 December. The section winners and runners-up will progress to the round of 16 in the spring. Teams finishing third in each group will transfer to the UEFA Europa League round of 32.

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Group A

Dinamo Zagreb 0 - 2 Porto

Paris Saint-German 4 - 1 Dynamo Kyiv

Group B

Montpellier 1 - 2 Arsenal

Olympiacos 1 - 2 Schalke 04

Group C

Malaga 3 - 0 Zenit

Milan 0 - 0 Anderlecht

Group D

Borussia Dortmund 1 - 0 Ajax

Real Madrid 3 - 2 Manchester United

* Real Madrid 3 - 2 Manchester CITY

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Damn... Man. City deserved the draw!!! :@ Well... Nice result for Borussia Dortmund ;) It's gone be an intresting season...

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Group E

Shakthar 2 - 0 Nordsjælland

Chelsea 2 - 2 Juventus

Group F

LOSC 1 - 3 Bate

Bayern 2 - 1 Valencia

Group G

Barcelona 3 - 2 Spartak

Celtic 0 - 0 Benfica

Group H

Manchester United 1 - 0 Galatasaray

Braga 0 - 2 CRF Cluj

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Group E

Juventus 1 - 1 Shaktar Donetsk

Nordsjælland 0 - 4 Chelsea

Group F

Valencia 2 - 0 Lille

Bate 3 - 1 Bayern Munich

Group G

Spartak Moscow 2 - 3 Celtic

Benfica 0 - 2 Barcelona

Group H

CFR Cruj 1 - 2 Manchester United

Galatasaray 0 - 2 Braga

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Barcelona's Puyol sidelined for two months

In his first game back after a knee injury, Puyol landed heavily in the second half of Tuesday's 2-0 Champions League Group G victory at Benfica and the La Liga club said on Wednesday he would be sidelined for about eight weeks.

...

Reuters

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Group A

Dynamo Kyiv 2 - 0 Dinamo Zagreb

Porto 1 - 0 Paris St Germain

Group B

Schalke 04 2 - 2 montpellier

Arsenal 3 -1 Olympiacos

Group C

Zenit 2 - 3 Milan

Anderlech 0 - 3 Malaga

Group D

Manchester City 1 - 1 Borussia Dortmund

Ajax 1 -4 Real Madrid

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Group E

Nordsjælland 1–1 Juventus

Shakhtar Donetsk 2–1 Chelsea

1- Shakhtar Donetsk 7 pts

2- Chelsea 4

3- juventus 3

4- Nordsjælland 1

Group F

BATE Borisov 0–3 Valencia

Lille 0–1 Bayern Munich

1- Valencia 6 pts

2- BATE 6

3- Bayern Munich 6

4- Lille 0

Group G

Spartak Moscow 2–1 Benfica

Barcelona 2–1 Celtic

1- Barcelona 9 pts

2- Celtic 4

3- Spartak 3

4- Benfica 1

Group H

Galatasaray 1–1 CFR Cluj

Manchester United 3–2 Braga

1- Manchester United 9 pts

2- CFR Cluj 4

3- Braga 3

4- Galatasaray 1

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Group A

Porto 3–2 Dynamo Kyiv

Dinamo Zagreb 0–2 Paris Saint-Germain

1- Porto 9 pts

2- Paris Saint-Germain 6

3- Dynamo Kyiv 3

4- Dinamo Zagreb 0

Group B

Arsenal 0–2 Schalke 04

Montpellier 1–2 Olympiacos

1- Schalke 04 7 pts

2- Arsenal 6

3- Olympiacos 3

4- Montpellier 1

Group C

Zenit St. Petersburg 1–0 Anderlecht

Malaga 1 - 0 Milan

1- Malaga 9 pts

2- Milan 4

3- Zenit St. Petersburg 3

4- Anderlecht 1

Group D

Ajax 3–1 Manchester City

Borussia Dortmund 2–1 Real Madrid

1- Borussia Dortmund 7 pts

2- Real Madrid 6

3- Ajax 3

4- Manchester City 1

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Group A

Dynamo Kyiv 0–0 Porto

Paris Saint-Germain 4–0 Dinamo Zagreb

1- Porto 10 pts

2- Paris Saint-Germain 9

3- Dynamo Kyiv 4

4- Dinamo Zagreb 0

Group B

Schalke 04 2–2 Arsenal

Olympiacos 3–1 Montpellier

1- Schalke 04 8 pts

2- Arsenal 7

3- Olympiacos 6

4- Montpellier 1

Group C

Anderlecht 1–0 Zenit St. Petersburg

Milan 1–1 Málaga

1- Malaga 10 pts

2- Milan 5

3- Anderlecht 4

4- Zenit St. Petersburg 3

Group D

Manchester City 2–2 Ajax

Real Madrid 2–2 Borussia Dortmund

1- Borussia Dortmund 8 pts

2- Real Madrid 7

3- Ajax 4

4- Manchester City 2

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Group E

Juventus 4–0 Nordsjælland

Chelsea 3–2 Shakhtar Donetsk

1- Chelsea 7 pts

2- Shakhtar Donetsk 7

3- juventus 6

4- Nordsjælland 1

Group F

Valencia 4–2 BATE Borisov

Bayern Munich 6–1 Lille

1- Bayern Munich 9 pts

2- Valencia 9

3- BATE Borisov 6

4- Lille 0

Group G

Benfica 2–0 Spartak Moscow

Celtic 2–1 Barcelona

1- Barcelona 9 pts

2- Celtic 7

3- Benfica 4

4- Spartak 3

Group H

CFR Cluj 1–3 Galatasaray

Braga 1–3 Manchester United

1- Manchester United 12 pts

2- Galatasaray 4

3- CFR Cluj 4

4- Braga 3

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Damn Chelsea must have drawn... Celtic pulled a nice surprise, though I'm a Barça fan, but it shows us that in Europe there's no small team.

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Group E

Nordsjaelland 2 - 5 Shakhtar Donetsk

Juventus 3 - 0 Chelsea

1- Shakhtar Donetsk 10 pts QLF

2- Juventus 9

3- Chelsea 7

4- Nordsjælland 1

Group F

Valencia 1 - 1 Bayern Munich

1- Bayern Munich 10 pts QLF

2- Valencia 10 QLF

3- BATE Borisov 6

4- Lille 3

Group G

Benfica 2 - 1 Celtic

1- Barcelona 12 pts QLF

2- Benfica 7

3- Celtic 7

4- Spartak Moscow 3

Group H

Galatasaray 1 - 0 Manchester United

CFR Cluj 3 - 1 Braga

1- Manchester United 12 pts QLF

2- Galatasaray 7

3- CFR Cluj 7

4- Braga 3

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Chelsea have announced that manager Roberto Di Matteo has parted company with the club, who cite in a statement that the results "have not been good enough".

Di Matteo's future was the subject of intense speculation after Chelsea suffered a 3-0 defeat in the Champions League at Juventus on Tuesday, meaning they could become the first holders to exit the competition at the group stage.

A statement released on the club's official website on Wednesday morning confirmed the Italian's departure. It read: "Chelsea Football Club has parted company this morning with Manager Roberto Di Matteo.

"The team's recent performances and results have not been good enough and the owner and the Board felt that a change was necessary now to keep the club moving in the right direction as we head into a vitally important part of the season.

"The club faces a difficult task ahead in qualifying for the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League as well as maintaining a strong challenge for the top of the Premier League while competing in three other cup competitions. Our aim is to remain as competitive as possible and challenge strongly on all fronts.

"The owner and the Board would like to thank Roberto for all he has done for the club since taking over in March. Roberto helped guide us to an historic Champions League victory and a seventh FA Cup. We will never forget the huge contribution he has made to this club's history and he will always be welcome at Stamford Bridge.

"The club will be making an announcement shortly regarding a new first team manager."

...

http://soccernet.esp...parture?cc=3888

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Group A

Porto 3–0 Dinamo Zagreb

Dynamo Kyiv 0–2 Paris Saint-Germain

1- Porto 13 pts QLF

2- Paris Saint-Germain 12 QLF

3- Dynamo Kyiv 4

4- Dinamo Zagreb 0

Group B

Arsenal 2–0 Montpellier

Schalke 04 1–0 Olympiacos

1- Schalke 04 11 pts QLF

2- Arsenal 10 QLF

3- Olympiacos 6

4- Montpellier 1

Group C

Zenit St. Petersburg 2–2 Málaga

Anderlecht 1–3 Milan

1- Malaga 11 pts QLF

2- Milan 8 QLF

3- Zenit 4

4- Anderlecht 4

Group D

Ajax 1–4 Borussia Dortmund

Manchester City 1–1 Real Madrid

1- Borussia 11 pts QLF

2- Real Madrid 8 QLF

3- Ajax 4

4- Manchester City 3

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UEFA Considers Scrapping Europa League

President Michel Platini says UEFA is in an “ongoing debate” about scrapping the Europa League in favor of an expanded Champions League for the 2015-2018 competitions cycle.

“We’re discussing it,” he told French daily Ouest-France on Wednesday.

“We will make a decision in 2014.”

Revenues from the second-tier Europa League typically amount to around a sixth of the Champions League’s annual $1.73 billion, most of which goes to the 32 clubs that reach the group stage.

Any potential expansion would likely involve 64 teams in the group stage.

http://www.worldfoot...y.aspx?id=35441

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Group A
Dinamo Zagreb 0–1 Dynamo Kyiv

Paris Saint-Germain 2 - 1 Porto

1- Paris Saint-Germain 15 pts QLF
2- Porto 13 QLF
3- Dynamo Kyiv 7
4- Dinamo Zagreb 0


Group B

Montpellier 1–1 Schalke 04

Olympiacos 2 -1 Arsenal


1- Schalke 04 12 pts QLF
2- Arsenal 10 QLF
3- Olympiacos 9
4- Montpellier 2


Group C
Malaga 2-2 Anderlecht
Milan 0 - 1 Zenit


1- Malaga 12 pts QLF
2- Milan 8 QLF
3- Zenit 7
4- Anderlecht 5


Group D
Dortmund 1 - 0 Manchester City

Real Madrid 4 - 1 Ajax

1- Borussia 14 pts QLF
2- Real Madrid 11 QLF
3- Ajax 4
4- Manchester City 3

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Group E

Shakhtar Donetsk 0–1 Juventus

Chelsea 6–1 Nordsjælland

1- Juventus 12 pts QLF

2- Shakhtar Donetsk 10 pts QLF
3- Chelsea 10
4- Nordsjælland 1


Group F
Lille 0–1 Valencia

Bayern Munich 4–1 BATE Borisov

1- Bayern Munich 13 pts QLF
2- Valencia 13 QLF
3- BATE Borisov 6
4- Lille 3


Group G
Barcelona 0–0 Benfica

Celtic 2–1 Spartak Moscow

1- Barcelona 13 pts QLF
2- Celtic 10 QLF
3- Benfica 8
4- Spartak Moscow 3


Group H

Manchester United 0–1 CFR Cluj

Braga 1–2 Galatasaray

1- Manchester United 12 pts QLF
2- Galatasaray 10 QLF
3- CFR Cluj 10
4- Braga 3

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Shock. Chelsea got eliminated from the group stage. I didn't expected them to be knocked out so early. Guess we will have a new champion this edition.

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round of 16 draw:

Galatasaray v Schalke,

Celtic v Juventus,

Arsenal v Bayern,

Shakhtar v Dortmund,

Milan v Barcelona,

Real Madrid v Manchester United,

Valencia v PSG,

Porto v Málaga.

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I'm cheering on Borussia Dortmund, hope they can win... Also supporting Barcelona, even when Milan is in a bad shape they an create great matches in te series! :D

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Uefa reduce 2013 Champions League final ticket prices

Uefa has responded to growing concerns over

the high cost of watching football in England by reducing the cheapest

ticket for this year's Champions League final at Wembley to £68.

European football's governing body was accused of

exploiting supporters when the match was last staged in London two years

ago -Barcelona beat Manchester United 3-1- by charging £176 for the cheapest ticket.

Uefa will announce later on Friday that it has listened

to that criticism and lowered prices for the showpiece match, which

takes place on 25 May, after consulting football fans across Europe.

"It is correct we should give the opportunity to everyone to go

to the match irrespective of their financial conditions," a spokesman

said.

But many supporters may still view the entry level

price of almost £70 as too high - even for what is arguably the biggest

game of the season.

Only 13,000 of the 59,000 tickets on general sale will

be priced in this new low category. The rest will be sold at much higher

prices ranging from £140 to £330.

This year's competition resumes next week with

Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Celtic, Arsenal, AC Milan and

Bayern Munich all involved in the last 16 ties.

And some fans may still question why 20,000 seats are

not being put on sale to the general public. Uefa hold back these

tickets for sponsors, commercial partners and officials and

administrators from European and world football.

Uefa's response is nevertheless a sign that football's

authorities may be aware of the increased sensitivity around the cost of

watching football - particularly in England where some Premier League

clubs have been accused of ripping off away supporters.

...

BBC

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