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Live Reporting

Saj Chowdhury

All times stated are UK

  1. Farewell

    That's your lot today. We will be back with live text coverage for Chelsea's 17:55 GMT kick off in Krasnodar, followed by Manchester United v RB Leipzig.

    Reaction to those matches on this site on Thursday.

  2. Luiz to miss Dundalk match?

    Arsenal v Dundalk (Thu, 20:00 GMT)

    According to the Evening Standard, David Luiz is set to miss Thursday's Europa League match against Dundalk after suffering a thigh injury in the defeat by Leicester City.

    No doubt boss Mikel Arteta will reveal more later.

  3. Do you want a European Super League?


    Ope: European Super League? Tyranny of the vocal minority!

  4. Do you want a European Super League?


    Paul Letters: For those of us who aren’t supporters of the big 6 clubs, why not eject those 6 from the EPL and let them join the Euro super league. I know there would be revenue losses from TV for the remaining clubs - but there would also be more chance to win things!

  5. Juve wait on Ronaldo Covid result

    Juventus v Barcelona (20:00 GMT)

    What a humdinger of a match. Now aside from Barcelona picking up the pieces from Tuesday's news about their president Juve also have a bit on their plate.

    The Italian champions are waiting on a Covid-19 test result to see if Cristiano Ronaldo will be available for their Champions League match.

    The 35-year-old has been self-isolating since testing positive for the virus on 13 October and recorded another positive result last week.

  6. Do you want a European Super League?


    Gumbo 74: A resounding NO to a Super League.Of course the 'top' clubs want it. Closed shop. Own interests protected. No issue finishing 5th or 6th as that would no longer be relevant. TV rights then up for grabs for even more money.Utter greed,nothing else.

  7. Do Spurs have a strong chance of winning the title?

    Peter Crouch says Tottenham have "as good a chance as anyone" of winning the Premier League this season.

    "I would say City and Liverpool aren't as strong as they were and other teams have got stronger," said Crouchy.

    "It is definitely something to do with fans not being in the ground, which is causing some strange results and lots of goals. The league is up for grabs."

    Image caption: Halcyon
  8. Do you want a European Super League?


    Kieran Kellow: I do not want a European Super League at all. I'm a Liverpool fan, of course I want success, but travelling all over the world for this league to different places every fixture, does that make us Liverpool anymore?

  9. Atletico sneak past Salzburg

    Atletico Madrid 3-2 RB Salzburg

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    Anything you can do Real we can do a bit better...

    Unlike Real, Atletico bounced back from their opening matchday loss to Bayern Munich with victory over Salzburg. A Joao Felix double got them over the line.

  10. Do you want a European Super League?


    Seth Gogo Egoeh: A European Super League will be the end of domestic leagues. And frankly, let's all be honest - this idea is motivated by greed. The Champions League is the best club competition in the world and is open to every club, so why change it?

  11. Ozil supports Rashford campaign

    Arsenal's Mesut Ozil has shown his support for Marcus Rashford's campaign to end child food poverty by providing 1,400 free lunchtime meals for the rest of the week to schools in London.

    Ozil has joined with Barnet Sunday Football League (BSFL), chef Stefan Peppert and German Chefs Catering in Knightsbridge to provide meals to 12 schools in Barnet and surrounding areas.

    View more on twitter
  12. Do you want a European Super League?


    Call it European Super League or European Premier League, certain clubs want it and the demand seems stronger than ever... but do you want a European Super League? If so, why?

    Isn't a Champions League enough?

    What would happen to the domestic leagues?

    As usual use the #bbcfootball hashtag.

  13. 'Financially the club is a disaster' - Balague

    Guillem Balague

    Spanish football journalist

    Bartomeu did not want to be the first president to be kicked out by a vote of no confidence. Campaigners needed 66% of votes to get rid of him and estimations were 80% of the vote was against him.

    Barcelona won four leagues, four cups and the Treble in 2014-15 while he was president, but another way of looking at his tenure is what he did with the money from the Neymar sale.

    Barcelona spent 400m euros on Philippe Coutinho, Antoine Griezmann and Ousmane Dembele, with no success.

    The most dangerous thing is that financially the club is a disaster.

    What will happen next is those in charge, first a management committee and then a new president after the elections, will have such a huge job to stop that negative economical dynamic they will have to think of the books. They will have to sell assets including, possibly, players and will not be able to pay the same wages.

    Season ticket holders will have to approve a move to join a European Super League but Bartomeu said it guaranteed the income they need to keep the club in the hands of the fans.

  14. Barcelona president Bartomeu resigns

    A 'will he, won't he' saga finally ended on Tuesday when Josep Maria Bartomeu stood down as Barcelona president.

    Fans and critics heaped pressure on him to quit, blaming him for the club's precarious financial position and for signings that have not worked out.

    He did leave with this bombshell, declaring that he had accepted proposals for the club to join a European Super League.


    Read the full story here.