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15 April 2008
Aside from Guti's outrageous attempt at a dive on Sunday night there's nothing quite so foolish in football as counting the rapidly rising price of your chickens before they are hatched.
SHARES
15 April 2008
Saturday meant league leaders Manchester La Fianna against Strollers, the team we displaced a week earlier.
SHARES
14 April 2008
As Italians wearily make their way to the polling booths for a second general election in two years the consensus is that Silvio Berlusconi will be back in charge by the end of the week.It’s a wonder he has had time to do any electioneering, what with trying to woo Ronaldinho to AC Milan and having to field calls from a desperate Andriy Shevchenko pleading to return to the club.The Ronaldinho matter is still very much up in the air with Inter owner Massimo Moratti in fine mischief-making form, suggesting that the Brazilian will end up at his club but according to those ever-reliable sources at Milan, Sheva is a done deal.
SHARES
14 April 2008
Good DayWesley SneijderThe combination of a seven-man defence for Murcia and a 10-man Real Madrid was the perfect storm resulting in Sunday's Bernabeu bore-fest.
SHARES
11 April 2008
Barcelona yesterday sent an internal memo to staff instructing them not to refer to Manchester United merely as 'Manchester'. The memo stated that 'Manchester' should be referred to as 'Manchester United' at all times, explaining that there was another club in Manchester called "Manchester City."
SHARES
11 April 2008
SaturdayValencia (14th) v Racing Santander (5th)Quite possibly the hands down, no-doubt-about-it, all-bets-are-off, worst buy of the season since La Liga Loca gave Guti an instruction-less colouring book for his birthday is Nikola Zigic.
SHARES
11 April 2008
The Boca wibble-wobble
SHARES
10 April 2008
It’s not often you see fans celebrating a place in the last four of the UEFA Champions League by calling for their coach to be sacked.
SHARES
10 April 2008
And so Italy bids farewell to this season’s Champions League, with more of a whimper than a roar it has to be said.The Italian press have been quick to jump on AS Roma’s shortcomings over the two legs against Manchester United.“Roma out without getting on the board,” lamented La Gazzetta dello Sport at the 2-0 and 1-0 defeats to the English champs.They did have the chance to reopen the tie at Old Trafford but Daniele De Rossi squandered the opportunity when he blasted his first-half penalty-kick over the bar.“De Rossi wasteful, Tevez no,” summed up the Pink’Un after a header from Carlos Tevez decided the outcome. The Roma midfielder, for his part, was in rueful mood and claimed that he had never felt so bad.“It’s the worst moment of my career,” admitted the player who had scored one of the decisive spot-kicks for Italy in the 2006 World Cup final and only last weekend converted a similar effort to grab victory for the Romans against Genoa.

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