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  1. Bundesliga champions finally celebrate trophy With a 27th title under their belts, Bayern Munich have underlined — as if they needed it — their dominance of the Bundesliga. Bayern have been so successful that the bulging Allianz Arena trophy cabinet must be straining at the seams, with the Bavarian giants having loomed large over German football for most of the last four decades.
  2. Atletico Madrid say they are ‘fed up’ with Barcelona over Antoine Griezmann Marin issued his strongly worded rebuke hours after a Spanish radio station reported that Barcelona were poised to pay the French international’s 100 million-euro release clause. The Atletico CEO said the club’s stance was very clear. “Not once have we negotiated for Griezmann nor do we have any intention to do so,” he said in a statement issued on the team’s official website. “A few months ago, I personally expressed to Barcelona’s president that our player isn’t for sale nor are we going to sell him,” he continued. “At the same time, I let him know that his inappropriate conduct was against the integrity of the competition . . . ” The uncertainty over Griezmann’s future could not have come at a worse time for Atletico as they prepare for next week’s Europa League final against Marseille. Marin added: “We’re fed up with Barcelona’s attitude.
  3. Reports: Neymar Wants To Play With Ronaldo REAL MADRID continue to work at prising unsettled Neymar away from Paris Saint-Germain. The Spaniards are treading carefully as they are anxious to show their respect for the French club and do things the right way. PSG obviously don’t want to lose the Brazilian striker they paid a world record £198million for last summer when he left Barcelona. But Marca say the 26-year-old is unhappy in Paris and the general standard of play in the French League 1. Neymar would welcome the chance to return to La Liga and play alongside Cristiano Ronaldo.
  4. Premier League Liverpool 3-0 Man City Premier League – Anfield – Wednesday 2nd February 2016 Goals: Lallana 34′, Milner 41′, Firmino 57′ Liverpool dealt a hammer blow to Manchester City's title hopes as Raheem Sterling endured a miserable return to Anfield. Liverpool brushed lacklustre Man City aside to complete a memorable Premier League double over Manuel Pellegrini's side. The Reds were rampant as Adam Lallana, James Milner and Roberto Firmino scored to gain some degree of revenge for Sunday's Capital One Cup Final loss. England winger Sterling was booed by the Liverpool fans and he was expertly shackled by Jon Flanagan before being substituted at half-time. City were awful and are a distant 10 points behind leaders Leicester in fourth place with games running out.
  5. Much has changed since, just 12 months ago, a disgruntled Messi, fresh from losing a World Cup final and disillusioned with coach Luis Enrique's regime at Barcelona, sat in stony silence as Ronaldo announced his intention to hunt down the Argentine's then-record four Ballon d'Or haul. A year on, the roles were reversed, Messi's record now even further beyond Ronaldo's reach in the personal duel between the two men who have taken standards to unseen heights in their domination of the sport during the past decade. Rarely has there been such little debate over who was the deserving winner. Even in the Spanish capital, unlike in previous years, there was no campaign for Ronaldo in the year he became Real Madrid's all-time leading goalscorer. In Zurich last year, Messi had even cast doubt on his future at Barcelona. His benching for a 1-0 defeat to Real Sociedad the most ignominious start to what would turn out to be the second most successful in Barca's 116-year history. Messi missed an open training session with the club's fans, Barca sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta was sacked and club legend Carles Puyol walked.
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