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Manchester Utd vs Aston Villa Highlights (2:1)

Sunday, February 28, 2010





English Carling Cup Final: Manchester United vs Aston Villa 2:1. Goal highlights.

Manchester Utd vs Aston Villa Highlights (2:1)





English Carling Cup Final: Manchester United vs Aston Villa 2:1. Goal highlights.

Liverpool vs Blackburn Highlights (2:1)




English Premier League: Liverpool FC vs Blackburn Rovers 2:1. Highlights.

Liverpool vs Blackburn Highlights (2:1)




English Premier League: Liverpool FC vs Blackburn Rovers 2:1. Highlights.

Genoa vs Bologna Highlights (3:4)




Italian Serie A: Genoa CFC vs Bologna Fc 3:4. Highlights.

Genoa vs Bologna Highlights (3:4)




Italian Serie A: Genoa CFC vs Bologna Fc 3:4. Highlights.

Parma vs Sampdoria Highlights (1:0)




Italian Serie A: FC Parma vs UC Sampdoria 1:0. Highlights.

Parma vs Sampdoria Highlights (1:0)




Italian Serie A: FC Parma vs UC Sampdoria 1:0. Highlights.

Udinese vs Inter Highlights (2:3)




Italian Serie A: Udinese Calcio vs Inter Milan 2:3. Match highlights.

Udinese vs Inter Highlights (2:3)




Italian Serie A: Udinese Calcio vs Inter Milan 2:3. Match highlights.

Rangers vs Celtic 1:0, Maurice Edu's goal (1:0) & Match Highlights



Match Highlights:




Scottish premier League: Rangers FC vs Celtic FC. Maurice Edu's goal (1:0)

Rangers vs Celtic 1:0, Maurice Edu's goal (1:0) & Match Highlights



Match Highlights:




Scottish premier League: Rangers FC vs Celtic FC. Maurice Edu's goal (1:0)

Stuttgart vs Frankfurt Highlights (2:1)




German Bundesliga: VfB Stuttgart vs Eintracht Frankfurt 2:1. Match highlights.

Stuttgart vs Frankfurt Highlights (2:1)




German Bundesliga: VfB Stuttgart vs Eintracht Frankfurt 2:1. Match highlights.

Hertha vs Hoffenheim Highlights (0:2)




German Bundesliga: Hertha BSC vs TSG Hoffenheim 0:2. Match highlights

Hertha vs Hoffenheim Highlights (0:2)




German Bundesliga: Hertha BSC vs TSG Hoffenheim 0:2. Match highlights

Burnley vs Portsmouth Highlights (1;2, MOTD)




English Premier League: Burnley FC vs Portsmouth FC 1:2. Match of the Day (MOTD) highlights.

Burnley vs Portsmouth Highlights (1;2, MOTD)




English Premier League: Burnley FC vs Portsmouth FC 1:2. Match of the Day (MOTD) highlights.

Birmingham vs Wigan Highlights (1:0, MOTD)




English Premier League: Birmingham City vs Wigan Athletic 1:0. Match of the Day (MOTD) highlights.

Birmingham vs Wigan Highlights (1:0, MOTD)




English Premier League: Birmingham City vs Wigan Athletic 1:0. Match of the Day (MOTD) highlights.

Tenerife vs Real Madrid Highlights (1:5)



Spain, Liga BBVA: CD Tenerife vs Real Madrid 1:5. Match highlights.

Tenerife vs Real Madrid Highlights (1:5)



Spain, Liga BBVA: CD Tenerife vs Real Madrid 1:5. Match highlights.

Barcelona vs Malaga Highlights (2:1)





Spain, Liga BBVA: FC Barcelona vs Malaga CF 2:1. Match highlights.

Barcelona vs Malaga Highlights (2:1)





Spain, Liga BBVA: FC Barcelona vs Malaga CF 2:1. Match highlights.

Stoke vs Arsenal Highlights (1:3, MOTD)



English Premier League: Stoke City FC vs Arsenal FC 1:3. Match of the Day (MOTD) highlights.

Stoke vs Arsenal Highlights (1:3, MOTD)



English Premier League: Stoke City FC vs Arsenal FC 1:3. Match of the Day (MOTD) highlights.

Barcelona 2-1 Malaga Highlights

Barcelona 2-1 Malaga Highlights

Benzema needs an extra hand

Saturday, February 27, 2010



Some strange things happenning on Real Madrid training. It looks Karim benzema needed some help here :).

Benzema needs an extra hand



Some strange things happenning on Real Madrid training. It looks Karim benzema needed some help here :).

Chelsea vs Manchester City Highlights (2:4)




English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City 2:4. Goal highlights.

Chelsea vs Manchester City Highlights (2:4)




English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City 2:4. Goal highlights.

Frank Lampard's penalty goal vs Manchester City




English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City. Frank Lampard's penalty goal (2:4).

Frank Lampard's penalty goal vs Manchester City




English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City. Frank Lampard's penalty goal (2:4).

Craig Bellamy's goal vs Chelsea




English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City. Second Craig Bellamy's goal (1:4).

Craig Bellamy's goal vs Chelsea




English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City. Second Craig Bellamy's goal (1:4).

Carlos Tevez's penalty goal vs Chelsea




English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City. Carlos Tevez's penalty goal (1:3).

Carlos Tevez's penalty goal vs Chelsea




English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City. Carlos Tevez's penalty goal (1:3).

Craig Bellamy's goal (1:2) vs Chelsea



English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City, Craig Bellamy's goal (1:2).

Craig Bellamy's goal (1:2) vs Chelsea



English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City, Craig Bellamy's goal (1:2).

Carlos Tevez's goal (1:1) vs Chelsea




English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City. Carlos Tevez's goal (1:1).

Carlos Tevez's goal (1:1) vs Chelsea




English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City. Carlos Tevez's goal (1:1).

Frank Lampard's goal (1:0). vs Manchester City




English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City. Frank Lampard's goal (1:0).

Frank Lampard's goal (1:0). vs Manchester City




English Premier League: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City. Frank Lampard's goal (1:0).

Bridge skipping Terry handshake




Wayne Bridge not shaking John Terry's hand

Bridge skipping Terry handshake




Wayne Bridge not shaking John Terry's hand

Boca Juniors vs Estudiantes Highlights (1:1)




Argentina, Clausura 2010: Boca Juniors vs Estudiantes La Plata 1:1. highlights.

Boca Juniors vs Estudiantes Highlights (1:1)




Argentina, Clausura 2010: Boca Juniors vs Estudiantes La Plata 1:1. highlights.

Schalke vs Borussia Dortmund 2:1 Highlights



German Bundesliga: FC Schalke 04 vs Borussia Dortmund 2.1. Match highlights.

Schalke vs Borussia Dortmund 2:1 Highlights



German Bundesliga: FC Schalke 04 vs Borussia Dortmund 2.1. Match highlights.

Ronaldo snubs Messi by naming 'Kaka, Rooney and Drogba'

Friday, February 26, 2010

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has snubbed the current European Player of the year, Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, by not naming him in his top three players in the world. The Portuguese international instead choose his Bernabeu teammate Kaka, his ex Manchester Unite teammate Wayne Rooney, and his former Premier League rival Chelsea FC’s Didier Drogba as the top three players in the world.

The Manchester United legend named his former Old Trafford colleague, Wayne Rooney, ahead of the diminutive Barcelona forward, while also praising Chelsea FC talisman Didier Drogba. Rooney recently scored his 27th goal of a prolific campaign, while Didier Drogba scored both goals against Wolves recently to take his tally to 19 league goals. Ronaldo also named the former World and European player of the year Kaka, his current Real Madrid teammate ahead of Messi.

Ronaldo left Manchester United in the summer, when Sir Alex Ferguson reluctantly accepted an £80 million bid from Real Madrid. Since departing Old Trafford, the 24-year-old has regularly praised his former club, teammates and manager, so Rooney’s inclusion is not altogether surprising. Indeed Drogba’s form for Chelsea FC this season has also seen him emerge as Rooney’s main contender for the PFA player of the year award.

When asked who he thought were the top players in world football currently, the Manchester United legend told Corriere dello Sport: “"Kaka, Rooney and Drogba are the best players in the world."

Author: Ben Moss

Ronaldo snubs Messi by naming 'Kaka, Rooney and Drogba'

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has snubbed the current European Player of the year, Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, by not naming him in his top three players in the world. The Portuguese international instead choose his Bernabeu teammate Kaka, his ex Manchester Unite teammate Wayne Rooney, and his former Premier League rival Chelsea FC’s Didier Drogba as the top three players in the world.

The Manchester United legend named his former Old Trafford colleague, Wayne Rooney, ahead of the diminutive Barcelona forward, while also praising Chelsea FC talisman Didier Drogba. Rooney recently scored his 27th goal of a prolific campaign, while Didier Drogba scored both goals against Wolves recently to take his tally to 19 league goals. Ronaldo also named the former World and European player of the year Kaka, his current Real Madrid teammate ahead of Messi.

Ronaldo left Manchester United in the summer, when Sir Alex Ferguson reluctantly accepted an £80 million bid from Real Madrid. Since departing Old Trafford, the 24-year-old has regularly praised his former club, teammates and manager, so Rooney’s inclusion is not altogether surprising. Indeed Drogba’s form for Chelsea FC this season has also seen him emerge as Rooney’s main contender for the PFA player of the year award.

When asked who he thought were the top players in world football currently, the Manchester United legend told Corriere dello Sport: “"Kaka, Rooney and Drogba are the best players in the world."

Author: Ben Moss

Man City ace Adebayor: Meeting Messi left me star-struck

Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor has revealed how meeting with Lionel Messi left him speechless.

Adebayor says he struggled for words when first meeting the Barcelona star during a recent trip to visit former Arsenal teammate Thierry Henry.

Asked by BBC Sport if he has ever been star-struck, Adebayor replied: "Messi.

"I went out to see Thierry Henry in Barcelona," he continued. "He told me someone else was coming to dinner and all of sudden Messi walked in. He looked so small, so insignificant, and yet to me he was the world's greatest player. For a moment, I wasn't even able to speak."

Man City ace Adebayor: Meeting Messi left me star-struck

Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor has revealed how meeting with Lionel Messi left him speechless.

Adebayor says he struggled for words when first meeting the Barcelona star during a recent trip to visit former Arsenal teammate Thierry Henry.

Asked by BBC Sport if he has ever been star-struck, Adebayor replied: "Messi.

"I went out to see Thierry Henry in Barcelona," he continued. "He told me someone else was coming to dinner and all of sudden Messi walked in. He looked so small, so insignificant, and yet to me he was the world's greatest player. For a moment, I wasn't even able to speak."

PEDERSEN ON BRINK OF NEW DEAL


Blackburn are close to agreeing a new deal with midfielder Morten Gamst Pedersen.

The Norwegian, who has enjoyed a new lease of life in central midfield this season, is out of contract in the summer.

The 28-year-old, signed from Tromso six years ago, is in advanced talks with the Ewood Park club.

Manager Sam Allardyce said: "Morten has a deal on the table and his representatives will be over, no doubt, to finalise that deal with the chairman in the next few days or weeks.

"We certainly hope he does agree terms and signs on for the next few years."

Rovers have secured the services of promising Canadian youngster Junior Hoilett on a two-and-a-half year contract. The 19-year-old, who was first taken on trial by the club at the age of 12, has made a big impression after breaking into the first team this season.

Allardyce added: "It is one of the hardest and longest negotiations I have experienced but finally we have persuaded Junior that Blackburn is the place for him.

"We're really looking forward to his future at Blackburn and hopefully seeing him develop into a fine player."

Meanwhile, Rovers have received a positive update on the fitness of captain Ryan Nelsen.

It was feared the New Zealand international defender could miss the rest of the season after suffering a knee injury in last week's Barclays Premier League defeat of Bolton.

But Allardyce said: "I think he was worried about the injury when it happened, we all were, but now we have had the scan and it has settled down, it only looks a few weeks rather months."

PEDERSEN ON BRINK OF NEW DEAL


Blackburn are close to agreeing a new deal with midfielder Morten Gamst Pedersen.

The Norwegian, who has enjoyed a new lease of life in central midfield this season, is out of contract in the summer.

The 28-year-old, signed from Tromso six years ago, is in advanced talks with the Ewood Park club.

Manager Sam Allardyce said: "Morten has a deal on the table and his representatives will be over, no doubt, to finalise that deal with the chairman in the next few days or weeks.

"We certainly hope he does agree terms and signs on for the next few years."

Rovers have secured the services of promising Canadian youngster Junior Hoilett on a two-and-a-half year contract. The 19-year-old, who was first taken on trial by the club at the age of 12, has made a big impression after breaking into the first team this season.

Allardyce added: "It is one of the hardest and longest negotiations I have experienced but finally we have persuaded Junior that Blackburn is the place for him.

"We're really looking forward to his future at Blackburn and hopefully seeing him develop into a fine player."

Meanwhile, Rovers have received a positive update on the fitness of captain Ryan Nelsen.

It was feared the New Zealand international defender could miss the rest of the season after suffering a knee injury in last week's Barclays Premier League defeat of Bolton.

But Allardyce said: "I think he was worried about the injury when it happened, we all were, but now we have had the scan and it has settled down, it only looks a few weeks rather months."

Christian Gentner's goal vs Villarreal




UEFA Europa League: VfL Wolfsburg vs Villarreal CF. Christian Gentner's goal (3:1).

Christian Gentner's goal vs Villarreal




UEFA Europa League: VfL Wolfsburg vs Villarreal CF. Christian Gentner's goal (3:1).

Grafite's goal vs Villarreal CF



UEFA Europa League: VfL Wolfsburg vs Villarreal CF. Grafite's goal (4:1).

Grafite's goal vs Villarreal CF



UEFA Europa League: VfL Wolfsburg vs Villarreal CF. Grafite's goal (4:1).

Miguel Luis Veloso's goal (1:0). vs Everton




UEFA Premier League: Sporting Lisbon vs Everton FC. Miguel Luis Veloso's goal (1:0).

Miguel Luis Veloso's goal (1:0). vs Everton




UEFA Premier League: Sporting Lisbon vs Everton FC. Miguel Luis Veloso's goal (1:0).

Pedro Mendes' goal (2:0).vs Everton



UEFA Europa League: Sporting Lisbon vs Everton FC. Pedro Mendes' goal (2:0).

Pedro Mendes' goal (2:0).vs Everton



UEFA Europa League: Sporting Lisbon vs Everton FC. Pedro Mendes' goal (2:0).

Matias Fernandez's goal vs Everton




UEFA Europa League: Sporting Lisbon vs Everton. Matias Fernandez's goal (3:0).

Matias Fernandez's goal vs Everton




UEFA Europa League: Sporting Lisbon vs Everton. Matias Fernandez's goal (3:0).

Nike introduces shirts made from recycled plastic bottles




Nike's 2010 national team jerseys made from recycled plastic bottles
Photo: Business Wire

All of Nike's national teams, including Brazil, Portugal and the Netherlands, will take to the pitch in South Africa this summer wearing jerseys made from up to eight recycled plastic bottles.

Nike unveiled the shirts that will be worn by the players and fans of the eight national teams it sponsors at a global media event at Battersea Power Station in London on Thursday night.

To make the 2010 national team kits, Nike's fabric suppliers sourced discarded plastic bottles from Japanese and Taiwanese landfill sites and then melted them down to produce new yarn that was ultimately converted to fabric for the jerseys.

This process saves raw materials and reduces energy consumption by up to 30 percent compared to manufacturing virgin polyester.

By using recycled polyester for its new range of national jerseys, Nike prevented nearly 13 million plastic bottles, totaling nearly 254,000 kg of polyester waste, from going into landfill sites.

Considering the environment doesn't mean sacrificing the innovative performance elements of Nike's kits.

For this summer's finals, the kits have been designed to keep players drier, cooler and more comfortable, allowing them to maintain an optimum body temperature and perform at their best on the pitch.

The teams wearing Nike's new hi-tech kits in South Africa ,Brazil, The Netherlands, Portugal, USA, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Serbia, and Slovenia.

Away national team kits will be available starting February 25th while national team home kits will be available May 1st.

They are available at local Nike store locations and on nike.com and nikefootball.com.

Nike introduces shirts made from recycled plastic bottles




Nike's 2010 national team jerseys made from recycled plastic bottles
Photo: Business Wire

All of Nike's national teams, including Brazil, Portugal and the Netherlands, will take to the pitch in South Africa this summer wearing jerseys made from up to eight recycled plastic bottles.

Nike unveiled the shirts that will be worn by the players and fans of the eight national teams it sponsors at a global media event at Battersea Power Station in London on Thursday night.

To make the 2010 national team kits, Nike's fabric suppliers sourced discarded plastic bottles from Japanese and Taiwanese landfill sites and then melted them down to produce new yarn that was ultimately converted to fabric for the jerseys.

This process saves raw materials and reduces energy consumption by up to 30 percent compared to manufacturing virgin polyester.

By using recycled polyester for its new range of national jerseys, Nike prevented nearly 13 million plastic bottles, totaling nearly 254,000 kg of polyester waste, from going into landfill sites.

Considering the environment doesn't mean sacrificing the innovative performance elements of Nike's kits.

For this summer's finals, the kits have been designed to keep players drier, cooler and more comfortable, allowing them to maintain an optimum body temperature and perform at their best on the pitch.

The teams wearing Nike's new hi-tech kits in South Africa ,Brazil, The Netherlands, Portugal, USA, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Serbia, and Slovenia.

Away national team kits will be available starting February 25th while national team home kits will be available May 1st.

They are available at local Nike store locations and on nike.com and nikefootball.com.

Marseille vs Copenhagen Highlights (3:1)




UEFA Europa League: Olympique Marseille vs FC Copenhagen 3:1. Goal highlights.

Marseille vs Copenhagen Highlights (3:1)




UEFA Europa League: Olympique Marseille vs FC Copenhagen 3:1. Goal highlights.

Galatasaray vs Atletico Madrid Highlights (1:2)




UEFA Europa League: Galatasaray SK vs Atletico Madrid 1:2. Match highlights.

Galatasaray vs Atletico Madrid Highlights (1:2)




UEFA Europa League: Galatasaray SK vs Atletico Madrid 1:2. Match highlights.

Sporting vs Everton Highlights







UEFA Europa League: Sporting Lisbon vs Everton FC 3:0. Highlights.



Sporting vs Everton Highlights




UEFA Europa League: Sporting Lisbon vs Everton FC 3:0. Highlights.

Unirea vs Liverpool Highlights (1:3)




Unirea Urziceni 1-3 Liverpool Europa League Highlights

Unirea vs Liverpool Highlights (1:3)




Unirea Urziceni 1-3 Liverpool Europa League Highlights

Anderlecht vs Athletic Bilbao Highlights (4:0)



UEFA Europa League: RCS Anderlecht vs Athletic Bilbao 4:0. Match highlights.

Anderlecht vs Athletic Bilbao Highlights (4:0)



UEFA Europa League: RCS Anderlecht vs Athletic Bilbao 4:0. Match highlights.

Fenerbahce vs Lille Highlights (1:1)




UEFA Europa League: Fenerbahce SK vs Lille OSC 1:1. Match highlights

Fenerbahce vs Lille Highlights (1:1)




UEFA Europa League: Fenerbahce SK vs Lille OSC 1:1. Match highlights

Valencia vs Brugge Highlights (3:0)




UEFA Europa League: Valencia CF vs Club Brugge 3:0. Match highlights

Valencia vs Brugge Highlights (3:0)




UEFA Europa League: Valencia CF vs Club Brugge 3:0. Match highlights

PSV Eindhoven vs Hamburg SV




UEFA Europa League: Shakhtar Donetsk vs Fulham FC 1:1. Highlights.

PSV Eindhoven vs Hamburg SV




UEFA Europa League: Shakhtar Donetsk vs Fulham FC 1:1. Highlights.

PSV vs Hamburg Highlights (3:2)




UEFA Europa League: PSV Eindhoven vs Hamburg SV 3:2. Match highlights.

PSV vs Hamburg Highlights (3:2)




UEFA Europa League: PSV Eindhoven vs Hamburg SV 3:2. Match highlights.

Werder vs Twente Highlights (4:1)



UEFA Europa League: Werder Bremen vs FC Twente Enschede 4:1. Highlights.

Werder vs Twente Highlights (4:1)



UEFA Europa League: Werder Bremen vs FC Twente Enschede 4:1. Highlights.

Wolfsburg vs Villarreal Highlights (4:1)



UEFA Europa League: VfL Wolfsburg Vs Villarreal CF 4:1. Match highlights

Wolfsburg vs Villarreal Highlights (4:1)



UEFA Europa League: VfL Wolfsburg Vs Villarreal CF 4:1. Match highlights

Salzburg vs Standard Liege Highlights




UEFA Europa League: Red Bull Salzburg vs Standard Liege 0:0. Match highlights

Salzburg vs Standard Liege Highlights




UEFA Europa League: Red Bull Salzburg vs Standard Liege 0:0. Match highlights

Juventus vs Ajax Highlights




UEFA Europe League: Juventus FC vs Ajax Amsterdam 0:0. Match highlights.

Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace Highlights (3:1)

Thursday, February 25, 2010



English FA Cup: Aston Villa vs Crystale Palace 3.1. Match highlights.

Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace Highlights (3:1)



English FA Cup: Aston Villa vs Crystale Palace 3.1. Match highlights.

West Bromwich vs Reading Highlights (2:3)



English FA Cup: West Bromwich Albion vs Reading FC 2:3. Match highlights

West Bromwich vs Reading Highlights (2:3)



English FA Cup: West Bromwich Albion vs Reading FC 2:3. Match highlights

Stoke vs Manchester City Highlights (3:1)



English FA Cup: Stoke City vs Manchester city 3:1. Full match highlights

Stoke vs Manchester City Highlights (3:1)



English FA Cup: Stoke City vs Manchester city 3:1. Full match highlights

Tottenham vs Bolton highlights (4:0)




English FA Cup: Tottenham Hotspur vs Bolton Wanderers 4:0. Match highlights.

Tottenham vs Bolton highlights (4:0)




English FA Cup: Tottenham Hotspur vs Bolton Wanderers 4:0. Match highlights.

Wohlen vs Thun

Wohlen vs Thun
Swiss Challenge League .

Before anything else you must know that there was a betting scandal in Switzerland and Thun was one of te teams involved .
Like the New York Times wrote : " F.C. Thun players received a total of about $22,000to ensure that their team was defeated by four goals in the game against Yverdon"

Wohlen vs Thun

Wohlen vs Thun
Swiss Challenge League .

Before anything else you must know that there was a betting scandal in Switzerland and Thun was one of te teams involved .
Like the New York Times wrote : " F.C. Thun players received a total of about $22,000to ensure that their team was defeated by four goals in the game against Yverdon"

Milito vs Chelsea




UEFA Champions League: Inter Milan vs Chelsea FC. Diego Milito's goal (1:0).

Milito vs Chelsea




UEFA Champions League: Inter Milan vs Chelsea FC. Diego Milito's goal (1:0).

Kalou vs Inter Milan





UEFA Champions League: Inter Milan vs Chelsea FC. Salomon Kalou's goal (1:1).

Kalou vs Inter Milan





UEFA Champions League: Inter Milan vs Chelsea FC. Salomon Kalou's goal (1:1).

Cambiasso vs Chelsea




UEFA Champions League: Inter Milan vs Chelsea FC. Esteban Cambiasso's goal 82:1).

Cambiasso vs Chelsea




UEFA Champions League: Inter Milan vs Chelsea FC. Esteban Cambiasso's goal 82:1).

CSKA vs Sevilla Highlights (1:1)



UEFA Champions League: CSKA Moscow vs Sevilla FC 1:1. goal highlights

CSKA vs Sevilla Highlights (1:1)



UEFA Champions League: CSKA Moscow vs Sevilla FC 1:1. goal highlights

Inter vs Chelsea Highlights (2:1)



UEFA Champions League: Inter Milan vs Chelsea FC 2:1. Goal highlights

Inter vs Chelsea Highlights (2:1)



UEFA Champions League: Inter Milan vs Chelsea FC 2:1. Goal highlights

Cacau vs Barcelona

Wednesday, February 24, 2010




UEFA Champions League: VfB Stuttgart vs FC Barcelona. Cacau's goal (1:0).

Cacau vs Barcelona




UEFA Champions League: VfB Stuttgart vs FC Barcelona. Cacau's goal (1:0).

Ibrahimovic vs Stuttgart







UEFA Champions League: VfB Stuttgart vs FC Barcelona. Zlatan Ibrahimovic's goal (1:1).

Ibrahimovic vs Stuttgart




UEFA Champions League: VfB Stuttgart vs FC Barcelona. Zlatan Ibrahimovic's goal (1:1).

Rooney vs West Ham (2)




English Premier League: Manchester United vs West Ham United. Second Wayne Rooney's goal (2:0).

Rooney vs West Ham (2)




English Premier League: Manchester United vs West Ham United. Second Wayne Rooney's goal (2:0).

Owen vs West Ham




English Premier League: manchester United vs West Ham United. Michael Owen's goal (3:0).

Owen vs West Ham




English Premier League: manchester United vs West Ham United. Michael Owen's goal (3:0).

Manchester Utd vs West Ham Highlights (3:0)



English premier League: Manchester United vs West Ham United 3:0. Goal highlights.

Manchester Utd vs West Ham Highlights (3:0)



English premier League: Manchester United vs West Ham United 3:0. Goal highlights.

Olympiacos 0-1 Bordeaux

Olympiacos 0-1 Bordeaux

Stuttgart vs Barcelona Highlights (1:1)



UEFA Champions League: VfB Stuttgart vs FC Barcelona 1:1. Highlights

Stuttgart vs Barcelona Highlights (1:1)



UEFA Champions League: VfB Stuttgart vs FC Barcelona 1:1. Highlights

Benfica vs Hertha Highlights (4:0)



UEFA Europa League: Benfica Lisbon vs Hertha BSC 4:0. Highlights.

Benfica vs Hertha Highlights (4:0)



UEFA Europa League: Benfica Lisbon vs Hertha BSC 4:0. Highlights.

Estudiantes 2-0 Atl. Huracan Highlights




Estudiantes 2-0 Atl. Huracan Highlights

Estudiantes 2-0 Atl. Huracan Highlights




Estudiantes 2-0 Atl. Huracan Highlights

Maccabi Haifa2-4 Hapoel Tel Aviv Highlights



Maccabi Haifa2-4 Hapoel Tel Aviv Highlights

Maccabi Haifa2-4 Hapoel Tel Aviv Highlights



Maccabi Haifa2-4 Hapoel Tel Aviv Highlights

Kaiserslautern 3-0 St. Pauli




(2. Bundesliga) Highlights

Kaiserslautern 3-0 St. Pauli




(2. Bundesliga) Highlights

Manchester City vs Liverpool Highlights (0:0)

Tuesday, February 23, 2010



English Premier League: manchester City vs Liverpool Fc 0:0. Match highlights.

Manchester City vs Liverpool Highlights (0:0)



English Premier League: manchester City vs Liverpool Fc 0:0. Match highlights.

Valencia vs Getafe Highlights (2:1)



Spain, Liga BBVA: Valencia CF vs Getafe CF 2:1. Match highlights

Valencia vs Getafe Highlights (2:1)



Spain, Liga BBVA: Valencia CF vs Getafe CF 2:1. Match highlights

Fulham vs Birmingham MOTD (2:1)



English Premier League: Fulham FC vs Birmingham City FC 2:1. Match of the Day highlights

Fulham vs Birmingham MOTD (2:1)



English Premier League: Fulham FC vs Birmingham City FC 2:1. Match of the Day highlights

Jose vs the world!


Article



DES KELLY: It's Jose vs the world! Italians are fed up with the Inter boss



Inter Milan manager Jose Mourinho loves making enemies. He just can't help himself. And in Italy, he has succeeded beyond his wildest dreams.



Full Story:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1253059/Its-Jose-Mourinho-versus-world-Italians-fed-Inter-Milan-manager-Chelsea-arrive-town.html



23 February 2010

www.dailymail.co.uk

Jose vs the world!


Article



DES KELLY: It's Jose vs the world! Italians are fed up with the Inter boss



Inter Milan manager Jose Mourinho loves making enemies. He just can't help himself. And in Italy, he has succeeded beyond his wildest dreams.



Full Story:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1253059/Its-Jose-Mourinho-versus-world-Italians-fed-Inter-Milan-manager-Chelsea-arrive-town.html



23 February 2010

www.dailymail.co.uk

Javier Mascherano's tackle on Gareth Barry


Javier Mascherano should be facing a five-match ban - and he still may be if the FA disciplinary department work in a consistent manner after his over-the-top challenge on Manchester City's Gareth Barry in the drab 0-0 draw against Liverpool at Eastlands on Sunday afternoon.

TV analysts thought that the Argentine should have been dismissed, but only as a result of a second yellow card.



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Javier Mascherano's tackle on Gareth Barry


Javier Mascherano should be facing a five-match ban - and he still may be if the FA disciplinary department work in a consistent manner after his over-the-top challenge on Manchester City's Gareth Barry in the drab 0-0 draw against Liverpool at Eastlands on Sunday afternoon.

TV analysts thought that the Argentine should have been dismissed, but only as a result of a second yellow card.



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Sunderland boss Steve Bruce hit by fine for ref remarks

Monday, February 22, 2010

Sunderland manager Steve Bruce has been fined £2,500 by the Football Association for his strongly worded criticism of referee Andre Marriner.

The 49-year-old described defender Michael Turner's sending-off against Manchester City last December as "obscene", "a joke" and "an outrage."

Bruce admitted the misconduct charge, but his "exemplary record" helped him avoid more serious punishment.

The FA has also warned Bruce about his future conduct.

Bruce's outburst related to an incident in his side's 4-3 defeat against City on 19 December last year, when Turner was dismissed in the closing minutes for apparently catching City midfielder Gareth Barry with his elbow.

Sunderland appealed against the decision to dismiss Turner, but the FA dismissed the club's case and the defender was banned for another match on top of his automatic three-match ban.

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce hit by fine for ref remarks

Sunderland manager Steve Bruce has been fined £2,500 by the Football Association for his strongly worded criticism of referee Andre Marriner.

The 49-year-old described defender Michael Turner's sending-off against Manchester City last December as "obscene", "a joke" and "an outrage."

Bruce admitted the misconduct charge, but his "exemplary record" helped him avoid more serious punishment.

The FA has also warned Bruce about his future conduct.

Bruce's outburst related to an incident in his side's 4-3 defeat against City on 19 December last year, when Turner was dismissed in the closing minutes for apparently catching City midfielder Gareth Barry with his elbow.

Sunderland appealed against the decision to dismiss Turner, but the FA dismissed the club's case and the defender was banned for another match on top of his automatic three-match ban.

Bill Shankly

“Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I assure you, it's much more serious than that.”

Bill Shankly (Scottish Soccer Player and Manager, 1913-1981)

Bill Shankly

“Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I assure you, it's much more serious than that.”

Bill Shankly (Scottish Soccer Player and Manager, 1913-1981)

Owner vows to keep Pompey alive


Portsmouth owner Balram Chainrai has promised the club "will not close" as it emerged a South African consortium is interested in buying Pompey.

The unnamed group is one of "four or five interested parties" considering taking over the cash-strapped club.



"Balram met the South Africans on Friday and they have promised to provide proof of funds on Monday," Chainrai's spokesman told BBC Sport.

"Balram will do whatever it takes to save the club. It will not close."

The Premier League club recently survived a winding-up order, but is due to return to court on 1 March over the winding-up petition.

Chainrai recently became the club's fourth owner of the season, taking 90% of the club shares after the previous owner Ali Al Faraj defaulted on loan payments due to him.

"The club have had false dawns before and we have to be certain these funds are genuine," added the spokesman. "If they aren't forthcoming we'll have to look to other solutions."

Owner vows to keep Pompey alive


Portsmouth owner Balram Chainrai has promised the club "will not close" as it emerged a South African consortium is interested in buying Pompey.

The unnamed group is one of "four or five interested parties" considering taking over the cash-strapped club.



"Balram met the South Africans on Friday and they have promised to provide proof of funds on Monday," Chainrai's spokesman told BBC Sport.

"Balram will do whatever it takes to save the club. It will not close."

The Premier League club recently survived a winding-up order, but is due to return to court on 1 March over the winding-up petition.

Chainrai recently became the club's fourth owner of the season, taking 90% of the club shares after the previous owner Ali Al Faraj defaulted on loan payments due to him.

"The club have had false dawns before and we have to be certain these funds are genuine," added the spokesman. "If they aren't forthcoming we'll have to look to other solutions."

Manchester City grant Carlos Tevez more time off


Manchester City will allow striker Carlos Tevez as much time off as he needs after his baby daughter was born prematurely

Tevez, 26, has missed City's last three games after being granted compassionate leave to fly to Argentina where his daughter, Katie, is in intensive care.

Club officials have spoken to Tevez but do not know when he plans to return.

Roberto Mancini's men face Stoke in the FA Cup on Wednesday and play Premier League leaders Chelsea on Saturday.

City manager Mancini hopes to have Tevez available for those matches but has not spoken to the Argentine, who has scored 19 goals since joining City from local rivals Manchester United last summer, since Wednesday.

The club do not know the player's exact whereabouts because they are treating the matter as private and personal, so do not wish to bombard to him with telephone calls.

"I don't know where Tevez is," said Mancini after Sunday's 0-0 draw with Liverpool dropped them to sixth place in the table. "I think he is in Argentina.

"It's a big problem for us because we have an important week and we don't have Tevez. For me it is no good. Carlos has been eight days at home and I don't know if, while in Argentina, he has been working [on his fitness].

"I hope Carlos, within the next two days, can come back here because we need him. Maybe he is on the plane. He had some problems with his family but now it has been resolved and I hope he comes back. I need him."

Tevez's adviser Kia Joorabchian said the player was aiming to return in time for City's trip to Stamford Bridge.

He also insisted the former West Ham forward's fitness was good and that Tevez had been in regular contact with the club.

"He hopes to be back for the Chelsea game," stated Joorabchian. "He hopes things will get better, for his daughter's sake and because he wants to get back and play. He loves to play.

"The signs are very positive in terms of his daughter's recovery and we are all hoping this is the case. He was determined to get back for the Liverpool game but unfortunately the situation didn't get much better. However, she has got better over the weekend.

"He has been keeping the club informed on a daily basis - including the manager. They have exchanged messages once or twice.

"He's training daily with the national team of Argentina and spending one-and-a-half to two hours there. He is a professional. He understands that side of it."

As well as missing Tevez, Mancini is also without suspended midfielder Patrick Vieira and injured winger Martin Petrov, while striker Roque Santa Cruz has a knee injury.

City have won only two of their last seven matches in all competitions and Sunday's draw meant both they and Liverpool lost ground in the race for fourth spot, with Tottenham and Aston Villa both winning.

"Against Liverpool it is not easy to win the game, we tried but Liverpool are a good team," added Mancini.

"At the end of the game the draw was the right result as we didn't concede any chances to Liverpool and they did not concede any chances to us."

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Manchester City grant Carlos Tevez more time off


Manchester City will allow striker Carlos Tevez as much time off as he needs after his baby daughter was born prematurely

Tevez, 26, has missed City's last three games after being granted compassionate leave to fly to Argentina where his daughter, Katie, is in intensive care.

Club officials have spoken to Tevez but do not know when he plans to return.

Roberto Mancini's men face Stoke in the FA Cup on Wednesday and play Premier League leaders Chelsea on Saturday.

City manager Mancini hopes to have Tevez available for those matches but has not spoken to the Argentine, who has scored 19 goals since joining City from local rivals Manchester United last summer, since Wednesday.

The club do not know the player's exact whereabouts because they are treating the matter as private and personal, so do not wish to bombard to him with telephone calls.

"I don't know where Tevez is," said Mancini after Sunday's 0-0 draw with Liverpool dropped them to sixth place in the table. "I think he is in Argentina.

"It's a big problem for us because we have an important week and we don't have Tevez. For me it is no good. Carlos has been eight days at home and I don't know if, while in Argentina, he has been working [on his fitness].

"I hope Carlos, within the next two days, can come back here because we need him. Maybe he is on the plane. He had some problems with his family but now it has been resolved and I hope he comes back. I need him."

Tevez's adviser Kia Joorabchian said the player was aiming to return in time for City's trip to Stamford Bridge.

He also insisted the former West Ham forward's fitness was good and that Tevez had been in regular contact with the club.

"He hopes to be back for the Chelsea game," stated Joorabchian. "He hopes things will get better, for his daughter's sake and because he wants to get back and play. He loves to play.

"The signs are very positive in terms of his daughter's recovery and we are all hoping this is the case. He was determined to get back for the Liverpool game but unfortunately the situation didn't get much better. However, she has got better over the weekend.

"He has been keeping the club informed on a daily basis - including the manager. They have exchanged messages once or twice.

"He's training daily with the national team of Argentina and spending one-and-a-half to two hours there. He is a professional. He understands that side of it."

As well as missing Tevez, Mancini is also without suspended midfielder Patrick Vieira and injured winger Martin Petrov, while striker Roque Santa Cruz has a knee injury.

City have won only two of their last seven matches in all competitions and Sunday's draw meant both they and Liverpool lost ground in the race for fourth spot, with Tottenham and Aston Villa both winning.

"Against Liverpool it is not easy to win the game, we tried but Liverpool are a good team," added Mancini.

"At the end of the game the draw was the right result as we didn't concede any chances to Liverpool and they did not concede any chances to us."

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