Werder Bremen 5-4 Hoffenheim

By | Sep 30, 2008

Werder Bremen scored five goals for the second successive time in the Bundesliga as they won a nine goal thriller against Hoffenheim at the Weserstadion. After beating Bayern 5-2 last time around, Bremen seemed to be in a destructive mood as they went 4-1 up after just half an hour. Teenage sensation Mezut Ozil opened […]

Fergie to field strongest possible team against Aalborg

By | Sep 30, 2008

Ahead of tonight’s trip to the Energi Nord Arena, Sir Alex Ferguson has stated that he will field his strongest possible team against Danish side Aalborg. The Danish champions are coached by Bruce Rioch, the man who brought Dennis Bergkamp to Arsenal, and who certainly knows a thing or two about beating United. United, who […]

Pienaar arrested for alleged assault

By | Sep 30, 2008

South African midfielder Steven Pienaar was arrested by the Merseyside police on Sundayfor allegedly assaulting a woman in the Sefton Park area of Liverpool. It has been reported that Pienaar voluntarily turned himself in, and was later released on bail pending police investigation. According to the Liverpool Daily Echo, police were called to his flat […]

Standard de Liege 2-1 RSC Anderlecht- Belgian Jupiler League

By | Sep 27, 2008

Defending champions Standard de Liege won their crucial top of the table clash against RSC Anderlecht 2-1 at the Stade Maurice Dufrasne. The result sees Liege go three points ahead of Ariel Jacobs’ side and boosts their confidence ahead of their UEFA Cup tie against Everton next week. Substitute Alexsandr Yakovenko gave Anderlecht the lead […]

Croatia fined £15000 pounds for Heskey racial abuse

By | Sep 26, 2008

The Croatian FA has been fined 3000 CHF ( about £15000) for the racial abuse directed towards former Liverpool forward Emile Heskey in the home side’s World Cup qualifier against England in Zagreb. England won the game 4-1 thanks to a Theo Walcott hat trick. The amount is not very significant from the English point […]

Quiz Question of the Day- 26/9/08

By | Sep 26, 2008

Pretty simple one here :- The RFK stadium in Washington will probably never forget this footballer, for he scored one of the finest goals in the history of the beautiful game there. The referee of this game has also officiated in a Champions League final featuring Real Madrid. The team that he scored the goal […]

Bayern Munich 2-5 Werder Bremen

By | Sep 22, 2008

Werder Bremen repaid Bayern Munich for their 4-0 drubbing last season by stunning the German giants 5-2 at the Allianz Arena. In front of a capacity 69,000 crowd Bremen pumped in five, before Tim Borowski, signed from Bremen in the summer, pulled two back for Bayern. It was Bayern’s first home loss of the 2008-09 […]

Le Havre 0-1 OL- French Ligue 1

By | Sep 21, 2008

After coming back from a two goal deficit to draw with Fiorentina in the Champions League, French giants Olympique Lyon won their weekend domestic fixture by beating Le Havre AC 1-0 at the Stade Jules Deschaseux. Lyon, who had Sidney Govou sent off in the second half, held on to their one goal lead, given […]

I wanted to slap Keegan- Newcastle chief

By | Sep 21, 2008

Newcastle United are in a mess currently. The fans have made their displeasure over Kevin Keegan’s exit clear, and Mike Ashley wants to sell the club, but cannot find a willing buyer. And if the Mirror is to be believed, Newcastle CEO Derek Llambias allegedly said that he would have slapped Keegan had a third […]

Wigan sign Richard Kingson

By | Sep 17, 2008

Wigan Athletic have completed the transfer of Ghanian keeper Richard Kingson on a free transfer. Kingson, the elder brother of Hearts midfielder Laryea Kingston, was released by Birmingham City at the end of last season. Wigan boss Steve Bruce, the manager of Birmingham when they signed Kingson was quick to snap him up, just as […]

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