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•October 25, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Paul Scholes Cautious Of Liverpool

Focus on Messi at Ballon d’Or Nominations

Manchester United Focused On CSKA Moscow

Ade Says United Shouldn’t Have Won If He Had Played.

Man United Confirmed Foster’s Injury

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•September 25, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Welbeck Saves The Day

Ngog rescued Liverpool from Leeds by 1-0

Craig Bellamy escape being charge.

Mark Hughes says they can win.

Arsenal youngsters defeated W.Bromwich 2 – 0.

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•August 24, 2009 • Leave a Comment

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Clichy – I didn’t say Ade moved for the money

•August 1, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Gael Clichy has denied saying that Emmanuel Adebayor left Arsenal purely for financial reasons.
Over the weekend, the English media carried stories suggesting the left back had accused his former team-mate of moving for the money.

Speaking to at the Club’s training camp in Austria, Clichy, 24 on Sunday, flatly denied he was directly referring to Adebayor.
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Eto’o: “I’m where I wanted to be”

•July 29, 2009 • Leave a Comment

eto_inter_rmilanAPPIANO GENTILE – “I’m Samuel Eto’o and I don’t want to compare myself to anyone. I believe the victories I have earned up to now can contribute to giving the right value to my name.” With these words, Inter’s latest signing presented himself to the Italian media.
The Cameroonian striker, who put pen to paper on a five-year deal yesterday, greeted a stand full of screaming Inter fans at the training ground before making his way to the press room for his debut news conference as an Inter player.
Eto’o sat alongside José Mourinho, technical director Marco Branca and transfer market consultant Gabriele Oriali as he thanked his former club before talking about his ambitions with the Nerazzurri.
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Milan end the American tour, Now in Germany.

•July 29, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Ac MilanBOSTON – Third consecutive defeat for Milan. In Boston the Rossoneri end the tournament and the American Tour losing the last match against Inter. At the end the faces are quite dark, disappointed, but everyone knows that from now on work needs to be done to improve the physical condition and the tactical aspect. Today on the pitch for 90 minutes were Massimo Ambrosini, Pato, and again Ronaldinho, who in the second half showed some good things. Here are the voices of coach Leonardo, Jankulovski and Oguchi Onyewu.
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Happy that I scored my first goal for Real Madrid

•July 29, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Although happy to have scored his first goal as a Madridista, Cristiano Ronaldo stressed the importance of reaching peak form after Tuesday’s match.
“I am very happy to have scored my first goal for Real Madrid. It isn’t always possible to do those plays because opponents don’t let you. One objective is crossed off the list, but all that matters is getting in form, taking one match at a time and improving.”

“The coach is running tests and we must respect his work. We are just starting off and need to stay calm. This isn’t very important. Winning is important, but even more important is reaching peak form.”
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