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Five things we learned in European football this weekend

Here are five things European football served up on the final weekend of the season

Life’s good for Ancelotti after Chelsea

Chelsea's former manager tells <strong>Dominic Fifield</strong> he feels no bitterness over his swift and silent exit.

Man United aim to break Chelsea hoodoo

Manchester United will be chasing their first victory against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in nearly a decade on Wednesday.

Chelsea win, Real held in Champions League

Jose Mourinho's dreams of landing the Champions League for a third time as a coach remained firmly alive after Real Madrid secured a 1-1 against Lyon.

Under-fire Ancelotti considers bolstering Chelsea defence

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti will decide whether to make a centre-back one of his primary January transfer targets.

Ancelotti expects Chelsea to survive testing times

Carlo Ancelotti insists Chelsea will use Sunday's crucial London derby at Tottenham to show they can emerge unscathed from a woeful run.

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