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Avram Grant: Portsmouth Fans Are The Victims

Posted Monday, March 01, 2010 by Goal.com

Avram Grant has spoken for the first time about the nine-point deduction his Portsmouth side are set to face following the administration the club has suffered. "I believe football should be decided on the pitch," Grant told BBC Sport in the wake of Portsmouth's 2-1 victory over Burnley. "Not in the courts, not in the Premier League offices, but on the pitch. "The fans should not be victims i...Full Story »

Stoke City 1-3 Arsenal

Posted Monday, March 01, 2010 by Goal.com

Ramsey injury overshadows entertaining game at Brittania. A horrific injury to Aaron Ramsey overshadowed an otherwise entertaining game between Stoke City and Arsenal which was won by two late goals from Cesc Fabregas and Thomas Vermaelen at the Brittania Stadium. Danny Pugh put the home side ahead after seven minutes when he nodded home a long throw by Rory Delap. Arsenal got themselves bac...Full Story »

Udinese 2-3 Inter

Posted Monday, March 01, 2010 by Goal.com

The Nerazzurri held on, courtesy of the crossbar. Inter got back on track in Serie A after three consecutive draws with a thrilling 3-2 win over Udinese. The league-leaders fell behind early, but responded with some clinical finishes. The home side were without long-term absentee Gaetano D'Agostino in midfield, while youngster Alexis Sanchez was given another star upfront. Meanwhile, the vis...Full Story »

Aston Villa 1-2 Manchester United

Posted Monday, March 01, 2010 by Goal.com

'Wazza' scores cup final winner at Wembley. Manchester United won their second successive League Cup with a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa at Wembley Stadium this afternoon. James Milner scored an early penalty for the Villans before Michael Owen equalised for the Red Devils. Wayne Rooney came off the bench and his 73rd minute header won the game for United. Aston Villa had a penalty in the fo...Full Story »

Terry hits back at Bellamy

Posted Monday, March 01, 2010 by PA

John Terry has hit back at Craig Bellamy over his television jibe about his conduct. Although Terry has remained silent about the alleged affair with Wayne Bridge's former girlfriend Vanessa Perroncel, which cost him the England captaincy and a long-time friendship, he felt Bellamy's attack after Chelsea's 4-2 defeat to Manchester City was a step too far."People in glass houses should not throw ...Full Story »

McCulloch set to miss Scotland return

Posted Monday, March 01, 2010 by PA

Lee McCulloch is expected to miss Scotland's friendly against the Czech Republic on Wednesday after picking up an ankle problem during Sunday's Old Firm win against Celtic.The midfielder reported to the national team camp on Sunday night and his injury will be assessed on Monday morning.McCulloch had been hoping to make his Scotland comeback in the clash at Hampden after retiring from internatio...Full Story »

Keane pulls out of Brazil clash

Posted Monday, March 01, 2010 by PA

Celtic's Robbie Keane has pulled out of the Republic of Ireland squad for the friendly with Brazil because of a knee injury.Keane is understood to have aggravated the injury during Sunday's Old Firm defeat to Rangers.A spokesperson for the Republic said: "Robbie Keane will not report for international duty due to a knee injury."The on-loan Spurs striker had been a doubt for the SPL clash against...Full Story »

Rooney doubt for England

Posted Monday, March 01, 2010 by PA

Wayne Rooney is a major injury doubt for England's friendly with Egypt at Wembley on Wednesday. Rooney came off the bench to score his 28th goal of the season and win the Carling Cup for Manchester United against Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon. But Sir Alex Ferguson confirmed the 24-year-old was feeling slight discomfort in his knee afterwards. Rooney will be allowed to join up with the England...Full Story »

Schwarzer denies Black Cats

Posted Monday, March 01, 2010 by PA

Mark Schwarzer ensured Fulham's unbeaten run in all competitions was extended to eight games as Sunderland's Barclays Premier League plight worsened with a 0-0 draw. The Australian produced solid saves from Darren Bent and Alan Hutton either side of half-time to claim a clean sheet at the Stadium of Light. Opposite number Craig Gordon did not have a single save of note to make as the sides fough...Full Story »

Torres returns with decisive strike

Posted Monday, March 01, 2010 by PA

Striker Fernando Torres marked his first start since January 13 by scoring the winner in an ill-tempered 2-1 victory over Blackburn at Anfield. The Spain international hit his 13th goal in 17 Barclays Premier League appearances just before half-time, having missed five weeks at the start of the year after a knee operation. Liverpool had gone ahead midway through the half through Steven Gerrard o...Full Story »

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