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La Liga Headlines: Roberto Carlos: Marcelo best in world


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By David Redshaw

Thursday 29 March 2012



MARCA
- The best full-back in the world: Roberto Carlos names Marcelo as his heir.
- “He had more ability than me with the ball and he joins in better.”
- A deluge of tributes after his great game in Cyprus.
Florentino has renewed his contract until 2015.
- Florentino to the Madrid squad: “We behave as normal.”
- Barca deserve more in a game played between two powers.
- What beautiful football!
- Heart attack semi-finals: Bayern-Madrid?
- Europe trembles.


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AS
- Benzema superstar: the Frenchman has reached maturity at 24-years-of-age.
- Seven goals in the Champions League, 28 for the season.
- Barca leave Milan still in the tie: Culé impotence against the Italian barrier and refereeing controversy.
- Bayern await Madrid in the semis: Mario Gómez and Robben see off the Marseille resistance.
- Simeone will use everybody: “It will be hard but we have great hope and enthusiasm for this Europa League."
- Europa medicine for Valencia: Emery will bring back Tino Costa and trust in Soldado’s goals.
- Athletic raid Gelsenkirchen: Bielsa selects his first choice XI against Raúl’s Schalke.


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MUNDO
- Epic touch.
- Great match from Barca, who only lacked scoring a goal.
- The referee refused to give two clear penalties on Alexis and Puyol.
- The Camp Nou will need to get behind the team to take Barca into the semi-finals.
- Mourinho again prepares for his goodbye.
- The aim is to strike first.
- Pochettino: Márquez will be important again.


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