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Griezmann's Brace Sent Atletico Madrid To Semifina

Thursday, April 14, 2016
Holders Barcelona are out of the Champions League after Antoine Griezmann 39;s brace sent Atletico Madrid through to semifinals with a 2-0 quarterfinal second-leg victory. After returning from the Nou Camp with a 2-1 first-leg deficit last week, Griezmann headed home in the 36th minute and then ...

Liverpool Squares Up Gainst United At Old Trafford

Sunday, January 9, 2011
Rooney Vs Tores There would be no dull moment tomorrow when bitter rivals, Manchester United and Liverpool go to war in an English FA Cup third round game at Old Trafford. The lunchtime, north-western derby would be the lone clash involving two Premiership sides among the lot slated for today ...

Giovinco Returns To Haunt Juventus In Serie A

Sunday, January 9, 2011
PARMA made a fine start to 2011 with a 4-1 win over 10-man Juventus at the Stadio Delle Alpi. According to sportinglife, Juve had Felipe Melo sent off in the 17th minute and held out until the 41st minute when Sebastian Giovinco, on loan from Juventus, put the visitors in front. Giovinco added h ...

Asian Vote Boosts Blatter’s Bid To Retain Fifa Presidency

Sunday, January 9, 2011
SEPP Blatter has received a boost in his bid to retain the FIFA presidency as Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein has been elected a FIFA vice president. Seen as being close to Blatter, Prince Ali beat South Korean incumbent, Chung Mong-joon, in the Asian Football Confederation congress vote in ...

Liverpool Mulls Hodgson's Future

Sunday, January 9, 2011
LIVERPOOL'S owners are considering whether to sack manager Roy Hodgson, but no decision has yet been taken, according to BBC Sport. Liverpool is 12th in the Premier League table following Wednesday's 1-3 loss at Blackburn its ninth defeat in 20 top-flight games this season. With over half the ...

I’m Still The Right Man For Chelsea, Ancelotti Insists

Sunday, January 9, 2011
EVEN when his future looks bleak, Carlo Ancelotti insists that Chelsea is simply not good enough at the moment, but has the character to rediscover its form. The Blues went down 0-1 to Wolves at Molineux on Wednesday night, Jose Bosingwa's own goal after five minutes deciding the contest, as th ...

Taylor Pens New Deal At Newcastle

Tuesday, December 28, 2010
NEWCASTLE'S defender Steven Taylor has ended speculation over his future by finally signing a new five-and-a-half-year contract. The 24-year old, who was born in Greenwich but raised on Tyneside, was transfer-listed earlier in the season after talks over a new deal stalled. However, both Taylor ...

Title Is A Three-way Battle, Says Sir Alex Ferguson

Sunday, December 26, 2010
Ferguson is preparing for a hectic festive period at Manchester United Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson believes the Premier League title race is now down to three teams. I don't think there will be anyone outside ourselves, Chelsea or Arsenal, said Ferguson, whose side top the ...

Arjen Robben Ready To Return

Sunday, December 26, 2010
BAYERN Munich's boss, Louis van Gaal, expects Arjen Robben back in action next month, as the club tries to finalise Luiz Gustavo's capture. The Dutch international has not played for the Bundesliga giant since returning from the World Cup in South Africa with a torn hamstring. Van Gaal has co ...

Iniesta Reaffirms Commitment To Barca

Sunday, December 26, 2010
ANDRES Iniesta has rubbished reports suggesting that he could be lured away from Barcelona. It had been claimed that the World Cup-winning midfielder was a January transfer target for Manchester City, which was prepared to offer Carlos Tevez in part-exchange. It was believed that Barca was w ...

Tevez To Lose Manchester City Captaincy

Tuesday, December 21, 2010
ROBERTO Mancini is set to strip Carlos Tevez of the Manchester City captaincy, according to BBC Sport. The two met on Friday afternoon at the club's Carrington training ground to discuss the striker's transfer request. City plays Everton today, with Mancini considering handing the armband to Kol ...

Chelsea Dreams Resurgence Against High-flying United At The Bridge

Saturday, December 18, 2010
Drogba and Rooney Chelsea has everything to play for as it challenges Manchester United to a duel in tomorrow's Week 17 Premiership fixture billed for the Stanford Bridge. However, a fog of fear appears to be hovering over the West London outfit, thereby casting a shadow of doubt on its abilit ...

Liverpool 0 – 0 Fc Utrecht

Thursday, December 16, 2010
With the Reds through to the last 32 and the Dutch side unable to qualify, both sides lacked urgency and desire. Milan Jovanovic came closest to breaking the deadlock when his rasping 30-yard strike rattled the crossbar. Joe Cole also had a late chance for the home side only to have a close ...
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