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South Korea Coach Huh Jung Moo Warns Misfiring Strikers

Posted Wednesday, January 13, 2010 by Goal.com

South Korea’s 4-2 defeat at the hands of Zambia last weekend may have been the first in a number of training camp tests but coach Huh Jung-moo has warned his players that they have work to do. The Taeguk Warriors arrived in South Africa at the start of the year to prepare for matches against Argentina, Greece and Nigeria at the 2010 World Cup in June. The Zambia defeat was a wake-up call...Full Story »

Mexican soccer club Santos hires Uruguayan defender Lacerda

Posted Tuesday, January 12, 2010 by chinaview.cn

MEXICO CITY, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- Soccer team Santos Laguna, from Torreon in northern Mexico state Coahuila, has hired Uruguayan defender Jonathan Lacerda, team manager Ruben Omar Romano told Mexican broadcasters on Monday.     "He will arrive on Tuesday morning," Romano told media. "He will be a great help. He is a really interesting defender," he added.     San...Full Story »

Malawi beats Algeria 3-0 at African Cup

Posted Tuesday, January 12, 2010 by AP

LUANDA, Angola (AP)—Malawi gained its first ever victory at the African Cup of Nations with a 3-0 win over World Cup qualifier Algeria in Group A on Monday, while tournament favorite Ivory Coast could only manage a scoreless draw against west African neighbor Burkina Faso in Group B. Following Togo’s withdrawal from the tournament, Ivory Coast will have to beat Ghana on Friday in Ca...Full Story »

Tevez claims City hat-trick

Posted Tuesday, January 12, 2010 by PA

Carlos Tevez scored his first Manchester City hat-trick to send Roberto Mancini's men soaring into the top four following their 4-1 victory over Blackburn.It may have been snowing in these parts recently but Tevez is on a real hot streak.His seven-minute opener put City in charge, and then, after Micah Richards had added a brilliant second, he scored twice more after the interval to take his go...Full Story »

Sir Alex Ferguson frustrated as Birmingham hold Manchester United

Posted Monday, January 11, 2010 by theguardian.com

Manchester United's Darren Fletcher, right, and Park Ji-Sung celebrate an own goal from Birmingham City's Scott Dann at St Andrew's. Photograph: Reuters There is more solidarity than rivalry among the expected contenders for the Premier League. They are covering for one another nowadays. Chelsea could only take a ­scoring draw at home to ­Everton last month, but the result has acquired ...Full Story »

'Let's not reach for the stars too soon,' says Birmingham City's Alex McLeish

Posted Monday, January 11, 2010 by theguardian.com

Alex McLeish, left, shakes hands with Sir Alex Ferguson, his former manager at Aberdeen, after the 1-1 draw between Birmingham City and Manchester United. Photograph:  Getty Images There can be no better barometer of Birmingham City's progress this season than the disappointment etched on the faces of Alex McLeish's players after the final whistle on Saturday. Not so long ago holding Manch...Full Story »

Angola 4-4 Mali

Posted Monday, January 11, 2010 by BBC.com

Mali pulled off a stunning fightback to draw 4-4 with Angola after trailing 4-0 with 11 minutes left in the opening game of the Africa Cup of Nations. The hosts went 2-0 up in the first half thanks to two headers from striker Flavio, while Gilberto and Manucho scored a penalty each to make it four. But Mali grabbed one back when Seydou Keita stabbed home from close range. Frederic Kanoute ...Full Story »

Charlie Adam's equaliser completes a troublesome week for Cardiff City

Posted Sunday, January 10, 2010 by theguardian.com

Blackpool's Charlie Adam and Cardiff's Chris Burke compete at the Cardiff City Stadium. Photograph: Action Images It took mountains of salt and shedloads of shovels to get this game on. Cardiff may wish they had not bothered. Charlie Adam's second-half equaliser gave Blackpool a deserved point, consigned the Bluebirds to a third game without a win and provided a disappointing end to a troubleso...Full Story »

I am showing Hughes why he was wrong, says Petrov

Posted Sunday, January 10, 2010 by The Independent

They say that working abroad offers new experiences. After 12 years away from his native Bulgaria, Manchester City's exciting winger Martin Petrov discovered a novel one earlier this season: being left out of the team. He did not enjoy it and can reasonably be assumed not to have shed tears over the replacement of Mark Hughes by Roberto Mancini just before Christmas. As the song has it: "Player...Full Story »

Birmingham 1 - 1 Man Utd

Posted Sunday, January 10, 2010 by BBC.com

Manchester United missed the chance to go top of the league after salvaging a controversial draw against Birmingham. A poor clearance from Jonny Evans allowed Cameron Jerome to smash home for the hosts just before half-time. An own goal from Scott Dann saw the visitors hit back but only after referee Mark Clattenburg had overturned an offside decision from his assistant. Darren Fletcher w...Full Story »

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