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Galatasaray’s UEFA Cup ‘football feast’
Fatih Terim and Gheorghe Popescu reflect on Galatasaray AŞ’s historic UEFA Cup triumph in 2000, a first for Turkish football that Popescu hails as the country’s “most important European success”.
Eintracht Frankfurt inspired by massive support
Eintracht Frankfurt goalscorer Martin Lanig reserved a special mention for the 12,000 travelling supporters who gave his side "more power to play" after the visitors sealed first place in Group with a 1-0 triumph at FC Girondins de Bordeaux. Tranquillo Barnetta and Henri Saivet also spoke to UEFA.com.
Reyes’ Sevilla joy
José Antonio Reyes said that making it into the knockout stages was “the most important thing” after Sevilla FC got the point they needed to qualify, while Estoril Praia’s Javier Balboa blamed poor “concentration” as his side saw their chances ended.
Lyon focus on top spot
After Olympique Lyonnais defeated Real Betis Balompié 1-0 to qualify for the next stage of the UEFA Europa League captain Maxime Gonalons said his side's next target is to finish top of the group, while Stephan Andersen was also satisfied as the Spanish team also went through.
Genk delight at qualification
After KRC Genk made it through as Group G winners, goalscorer Bennard Kumordzi told UEFA.com that it was important the club got a winning “feeling” back after domestic disappointment at the weekend, while FC Dynamo Kyiv’s Benoît Trémoulinas bemoaned missed opportunities.
Wigan enjoying European ‘buzz’
Wigan Athletic FC’s Ryan Shotton and Emmerson Boyce are relishing the club’s debut season in the UEFA Europa League and hope to continue to prove that with their style of play the club can “win against anyone on your day”.