Champions League groups 2013-2014

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    Group A: Manchester United(England), Shakhtar Donetsk(Ukraine), Leverkusen(Germany), Real Sociedad(Spain).

    Group B: Real Madrid(Spain), Juventus(Italy), Galatasaray(Turkey), FC København(Denmark).

    Group C: Benfica(Portugal), Paris Saint-Germain(France), Olympiakos(Greece), Anderlecht(Belgian).

    Group D: Bayern München(Germany), CSKA Moskva(Russia), Manchester City(England), Viktoria Plzen(Czech Republic).

    Group E: Chelsea(England), Schalke 04(Germany), FC Basel(Belgian), Steaua Bukarest(Romania).

    Group F: Arsenal(England), Marseille(France), Borussia Dortmund(Germany), Napoli(Italy).

    Group G: FC Porto(Portugal), Atlético Madrid(Spain), Zenit St. Petersborg(Russia), Austria Wien(Austria).

    Group H: Barcelona(Spain), AC Milan(Italy), Ajax Amsterdam(Holland), Celtic(Scotland).

    So there we go. Group F&H is gonna have some really good matches.

    Friendly reminder: On this Friday the rematch of the 2011 Champions League finale will be played. FC Bayern München(Champions League winners) against Chelsea(Europa League winners) in the Super Cup. Should be a good game to watch!


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    Bayern’s Franck Ribery wins UEFA best player award

    Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery won the UEFA Best Player in Europe award for 2012/13 ahead of the usual contenders Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

    It was recognition for his part in Bayern’s unprecedented Champions League, Bundesliga and German Cup treble.

    The Frenchman was the first player from a club other than Barcelona or Real Madrid to make the final three since the award was established by European soccer’s governing body in 2011.

    Argentina’s Messi won the inaugural award followed by Spaniard Andres Iniesta, his Barcelona team mate, last year.

    Messi and Real Madrid’s Portugal forward Ronaldo had also both made the last three in each of the two previous years.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/spor...-wins-uefa-best-player-award/article14021947/
    Well derserved if you ask me! Winning everything that could be won with Bayern in the previous season and played amazingly well!

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