Sunday, October 31, 2010
Hercules vs Real Madrid 1:3 Highlights Spain, Liga BBVA: Hercules Alicante vs Real Madrid 1:3. Match highlight
Manchester United vs Tottenham 2:0 Highlights English Premier League: Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur 2:0. Match highlights
Barcelona vs Sevilla 5:0 Highlights Spain, Liga BBVA: FC BArcelona vs Sevilla FC 5:0. Match highlights
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Real Madrid v Racing Santander 6:1 Highlights Spain, Liga BBVA: Real Madrid vs Racing Santander 6:1. Match highlights
Chelsea missed the chance to extend its lead to seven points in the Premier League on Saturday when it was held to a scoreless draw at Birmingham. Chelsea failed to capitalize on a handful of second-half chances, and has won only one of its past five league matches — that with a late penalty against last-place Portsmouth. "It is not a good result for us," Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti said. "We are disappointed with the result but not for the performance of the team. We played well." The Blues lead defending champion Manchester United by five points. Manchester City beat Stoke 2-0 to close on fifth-place Tottenham, which drew 0-0 at Fulham. West Ham beat Portsmouth 2-0 to climb out of the relegation zone. United plays Hull on Sunday, while third-place Arsenal hosts fourth-place Aston Villa. Birmingham had the chance to take a halftime lead against Chelsea, but striker Christian Benitez was called for a contentious offside and then had a goal ruled out by the same linesman. Chelsea's best scoring chance came at the end of the first half when central defender Alex smashed a 35-yard free kick against the post. Nicolas Anelka was out with an injury, and Chelsea's attacking options for Monday's game against Fulham were further reduced when Florent Malouda was sent off for a second yellow card late in the game. The France international will be suspended. Martin Petrov and Carlos Tevez scored first-half goals to give Roberto Mancini a win in his debut as Manchester City manager. City has 32 points, two fewer than Tottenham. Mark Schwarzer earned Fulham a point with a late double save, stopping Peter Crouch's long-range volley and blocking Jermaine Jenas's effort on the rebound, but Tottenham's Heurelho Gomes was the busier goalkeeper at Craven Cottage. Fulham had the better chances all game and the Brazilian 'keeper was forced into two stellar second-half stops by Bobby Zamora, one of three former Tottenham players in the Fulham lineup. United States international Clint Dempsey had earlier shot wide, hit a 25-yard free kick against the bar and almost set up a chance for Fulham with a back-heel flick toward goal. Damien Duff almost won it for Fulham when he shot wide with two minutes left. "In terms of clear-cut goal chances I'd say we deserved to win that," Fulham manager Roy Hodgson said. "Their goalkeeper made two or three very good saves." West Ham won for the first time in five games through a first-half penalty by Alessandro Diamante and a late goal by Radoslav Kovac. Hull and Bolton, which drew 1-1 at Burnley, join Portsmouth in the relegation zone. "It was a fantastic win, a massive one," West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola said. "I rated this as a six-point game. It was so important for the table and for morale." Marouane Fellaini scored five minutes from the end to give Everton a 1-1 draw at Sunderland, which had led since the 17th minute on Darren Bent's goal. Wigan drew 1-1 with Blackburn, while Liverpool beat 10-man Wolverhampton 2-0. Celtic drops Hamilton in Scottish Premier League Celtic scored a goal in each half Saturday to beat Hamilton 2-0 in Glasgow and keep the pressure on Rangers at the top of the Scottish Premier League. The victory preserved an unbeaten home record against Hamilton stretching back to 1939. Celtic has 36 points, one fewer than the defending champions. Rangers could restore its four-point advantage if it wins at third-place Hibernian on Sunday. Also Saturday, fourth-place Dundee United drew 0-0 with Kilmarnock in its first match since manager Craig Levein left to take over the Scotland national side. Fifth-place Hearts won 1-0 at Falkirk and St. Johnstone won 3-1 at Motherwell.
Liverpool v Blackburn 2:1 MOTD (24.10.2010) English Premier League: Liverpool FC vs Blackburn Rovers 2.1. BBC's Match of the Day (MOTD) highlights.
Stoke vs Manchester United 1:2 Highlights English Premier League: Stoke City vs Manchester United 1:2. Highlights
Friday, October 22, 2010
Palermo vs CSKA Moscow 0:3 Highlights UEFA Europa League: US Palermo vs CSKA Moscow 0:3. Highlights
Manchester City v Lech Poznan 3:1 Highlights UEFA Europa League: Manchester City vs Lech Poznan 3:1. Highlights
Sir Alex Ferguson interview after signing new contract with Rooney Wayne Rooney signed new 5 years contract with Manchester United. Interview with Sir Alex Ferguson after contract was signed
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Thursday, October 21, 2010
Inter Milan vs Tottenham 4:3 Highlights UEFA Champions League: Inter Milan vs Tottenham Hotspur 4:3. Highlights
Manchester United v Bursaspor 1:0 Highlights UEFA Champions League: Manchester United vs Bursaspor 1:0. Match highlights
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Striker says club do not meet his ambitions Wayne Rooney has revealed his reasons behind him wanting to leave Manchester United insisting it is not down to money but ambition. United manager Sir Alex Ferguson confirmed on Tuesday that Rooney wanted to leave the club, and admitted his disappointment and disbelief. Ferguson insisted he did not know the reasons behind Rooney's decision to shun a new contract at Old Trafford and instead look for a move away. But now Rooney - who has just 18-months left on his current deal, has released a statement outlining his decision to seek a move away from United. Rooney has been quick to deny that any moves away from the club would be financially motivated, insisting that the club's lack of investment in their squad is the primary factor. "I met with David Gill [United chief executive] last week and he did not give me any of the assurances I was seeking about the future squad," Rooney confirms. "I then told him that I would not be signing a new contract." Rooney also admitted he was shocked by Ferguson's comments on Tuesday, adding: "I was interested to hear what Sir Alex had to say yesterday and surprised by some of it. "It is absolutely true, as he said, that my agent and I have had a number of meetings with the club about a new contract. During those meetings in August I asked for assurances about the continued ability of the club to attract the top players in the world. "I have never had anything but complete respect for MUFC. How could I not have done given its fantastic history and especially the last six years in which I have been lucky to play a part? "For me its all about winning trophies - as the club has always done under Sir Alex. Because of that I think the questions I was asking were justified." Huge debt The England star insisted that he would always 'owe' something to Ferguson. "Despite recent difficulties, I know I will always owe Sir Alex Ferguson a huge debt. He is a great manager and mentor who has helped and supported me from the day he signed me from Everton when I was only 18," he said. "For Manchester United's sake I wish he could go on forever because he's a one off and a genius."
Barcelona legend Johan Cruyff has continued his criticism of Jose Mourinho after claiming he would never hire the Portuguese to coach his club. Cruyff, who both played for and coached Barca, has been an outspoken critic of the now Real Madrid coach and the style of football he has played at FC Porto, Chelsea, Internazionale and now the Santiago Bernabeu. It is effective but far removed from the flamboyant style preferred by Dutchman Cruyff for both club and country. "I have great respect for Mourinho as a coach but, even with everything he has achieved, he would never be the coach of my team," he said. "I believe that a technician needs more things than to make the team play well. "They have to represent the club, the institution and the members. In that sense, (Frank) Rijkaard and (Pep) Guardiola are good representatives for a world-renowned institution."
Sevilla winger Jesus Navas will be sent to a specialist in a bid to get to the bottom of the ankle injury which has kept him on the sidelines for a month. The Spain international has not featured since limping out of a Europa League encounter against Paris Saint Germain on September 16. Following a lack of medical progress, Navas will now be seen by the same specialist that works with Spain's world number one tennis player Rafael Nadal. New coach Gregorio Manzano is keeping his fingers crossed that orthopaedic surgeon Mikel Sanchez does not suggest the need for surgery which could keep the winger out for several months. Meanwhile, Sevilla's sporting director, Ramon Rodriguez Verdejo 'Monchi', is demanding a European improvement when they take on Karpaty Lviv on Thursday. "The ideal thing would be to pick up six points in the two games against Karpaty in order to go into the last two matches with some security," he said.
Spartak Moscow vs Chelsea 0:2 Highlights UEFA Champions League: Spartak Moscow vs Chelsea FC 0:2. Match highlights
Bayern vs Cluj 3:2 Highlights UEFA Champions League: Bayern Munich vs CFR Cluj 3:2. Match highlights
Saturday, October 16, 2010
Bayern vs Hannover 3:0 Highlights German Bundesliga: Bayern Munich vs Hannover 96 - 3:0. Match highlights
Fulham vs Tottenham 1:2 Highlights English Premier League: Fulham FC vs Tottenham Hotspur 1:2.
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Italy vs Serbia suspended for fans problems Serbian fans caused lot of problems in Genoa today. They first attacked their own goalkeeper in Serbian team bus and finally caused the match suspension on stadium.
Serbian fans fight vs Italian police Big riots after suspended UEFA Euro 2012 match between Italy and Serbia. Serbian fans first caused the match suspension, than continued to fight with Italian police
Wednesday, October 06, 2010
Sevilla vs Atletico Madrid 3.1 Highlights Spain, Liga BBVA: Sevilla FC vs Atletico Madrid 3.1. Match highlights
Real Madrid vs Deportivo 6:1 Highlights Spain, Liga BBVA: Reral Madrid vs Deportivo La Coruna 6:1. Match highlights Deportivo, La Liga BBVA, Match Highlights, Real Madrid, Real Madrid vs Deportivo, Spain, Gonzalo Higuain's goal, Ze Castro's goal,Juan Rodriguez's goal,Angel Di Maria's goal, Mesut Ozil's goal, Cristiano Ronaldo's goal,
Sunday, October 03, 2010
Liverpool vs Blackpool 1:2 Highlights English Premier League: Liverpool FC vs Blackpool Fc 1.,2. Match highlights
Manchester City vs Newcastle 2:1 Highlights English Premier League: Manchester City vs Newcastle United 2:1. Highlights
Karl Henry's criminal tackle on Gomez Karl Henry, the guy who broke Bobby Zamora's leg few weeks ago had another criminal tackle on Wigan's Jordi Gomez