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Only winning saves a Madrid coach's job - Zidane

League leaders Barcelona, who have played one more game than Madrid , know the destiny of the title is not in their hands, but that they have to win their two remaining matches and hope that Real Madrid slip up. "We want to keep working hard, the toughest test is still to come", Zidane said. We're all set for our final home match of the season! "We are getting closer and closer to the goal".



Latest missile can carry nuclear warhead: N. Korea

If North Korea launches a rocket on a lofted trajectory - an angle higher than normal - "there's no guarantee that even the new interceptor we are developing with the USA can shoot it down", former Defense Minister Gen Nakatani told The Nikkei Monday.


Palace relegate Hull with EPL thumping

Palace relegate Hull with EPL thumping

Marco Silva was hired to stop the rot but the task was beyond the Portuguese coach. "It's about the future of the club". I will talk to the board and the chairman first, inside the walls of the club. Liverpool stayed in control of their Champions League destiny by thrashing West Ham 4-0 at the London Stadium. Allardyce responded by bringing in French World Cup victor Youri Djorkaeff, who scored in crucial victories against Charlton and Ipswich to help Bolton finish 16th.


Chelsea celebrate title with end of season 4-3 romp against Watford

Chelsea celebrate title with end of season 4-3 romp against Watford

Prior to leaving Juve, Conte wanted to change to a 4-2-3-1 formation with Alexis Sanchez and Juan Cuadrado his major targets. The Blues started the season like a house on fire - winning their three opening matches. "Consistently I think we've been the best team in the league. I think it's more rumour than reality". They showed me in every moment great attitude, great work rate and to trust in my work.



Kessel, Fleury lift Penguins over Senators, 1-0; series tied 1-1

May. Kessel's first shot smacked off Jean Gabriel Pagueau and came right back to him. PITTSBURGH (AP ) - Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 23 shots for his second shutout of the playoffs and the Pittsburgh Penguins evened their Eastern Conference final against Ottawa with a 1-0 victory in Game 2 on Monday night.