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Gohouri shoots down Tigers

Posted Monday, May 03, 2010 by PA

Steven Gohouri's dramatic stoppage-time equaliser stole a 2-2 draw for Wigan and confirmed Hull's relegation from the Barclays Premier League. The Tigers fell behind after half an hour when Victor Moses curled the ball in off the post, his first strike for the Latics since joining from Crystal Palace. Hull looked to have turned the match around as youngsters Will Atkinson and Mark Cullen also ...Full Story »

Florent Malouda rediscovers sweet smell of success at Chelsea

Posted Monday, May 03, 2010 by The Independent

The winger has battled his way back to a starting berth. But will he get a look-in for France at the World Cup? Florent Malouda – is he Chelsea's most improved player this season? In the visitors' dressing room at Anfield this lunchtime, before the team emerge on to the grassy battleground, one of Chelsea's most dangerous weapons will take out a bottle of perfume and aim a few sprays at...Full Story »

Platini backs Blanc for top job as France try to plan ahead

Posted Monday, May 03, 2010 by The Independent

The Uefa president Michel Platini believes Laurent Blanc should be the next France coach, although he admits he has little influence on the decision. The France Football Federation meet on May 20 when it is widely expected they will decide who will replace Raymond Domenech after the World Cup. Blanc heads a shortlist which also includes Didier Deschamps, Jean Tigana and current assistant coa...Full Story »

Mellissa says England WAGs should go to World Cup!

Posted Monday, May 03, 2010 by Justwagnews.com

Melissa, the wife of Birmingham City star Roger Johnston quite enjoys being a WAG, although she has known her husband since they were ten years old, so is hardly a normal “airhead gold-digger” type of WAG. But she was a model and an actress before marrying Roger, and actually had a part in the “Footballers Wives” TV show. “It’s funny because that was a coi...Full Story »

Nani keeps Man Utd challenge alive

Posted Monday, May 03, 2010 by BBC.com

Nani scored the only goal as Manchester United overcame Sunderland to ensure the Premier League title race will go down to the final day of the season. With leaders Chelsea beating Liverpool earlier in the day to go four points clear, United knew they had to win. Nani drilled them ahead before Dimitar Berbatov missed two chances and headed a third onto the bar, while a Michael Carrick...Full Story »

Chelsea beat Liverpool to close in on title

Posted Monday, May 03, 2010 by BBC.com

Chelsea moved to the brink of the Premier League title as they cruised to a comfortable victory against Liverpool at Anfield.Carlo Ancelotti's side must beat Wigan at home on the final day of the season to guarantee the crown, following Manchester United's later 1-0 win at Sunderland. After a slow start at Anfield, they were put on the path towards the title by Liverpool captain Steven...Full Story »

Nani keeps race alive

Posted Monday, May 03, 2010 by PA

Portugal international Nani ensured the race for the Barclays Premier League title will go down to the wire as Manchester United edged past Sunderland 1-0. Hours after Chelsea had established a four-point lead over United with victory at Liverpool, United once again reduced it to just one, courtesy of Nani's 28th-minute strike. They will now head into next Sunday's final day showdown with Stok...Full Story »

Fulham run goes on

Posted Monday, May 03, 2010 by PA

Fulham's marvellous season continued with a comfortable 3-2 home win over West Ham. Clint Dempsey opened the scoring on the stroke of half-time and an own goal by Carlton Cole put them 2-0 ahead shortly after the restart. Cole redeemed himself when he headed West Ham back into the game, but Fulham substitute Stefano Okaka put Fulham 3-1 in front from close range in the 79th minute. An injury-...Full Story »

Chelsea on the brink

Posted Sunday, May 02, 2010 by PA

Chelsea edged closer to the Barclays Premier League title with a crucial victory 2-0 over Liverpool at Anfield. An error by Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard handed Didier Drogba a simple opening goal in the first half and Frank Lampard added a second after the break. The result ensured Chelsea remained in pole position to win their first championship for four years but also finally put paid to...Full Story »

Zola wants Hammers openness

Posted Sunday, May 02, 2010 by Teamtalk.com

Gianfranco Zola has told West Ham's owners that conducting transfer dealings behind a manager's back is no way to run a football club. Zola only discovered that West Ham had bid for the West Brom and Scotland midfielder Graham Dorrans when he read it in the newspapers. The Italian was equally surprised when David Sullivan revealed in an interview that every member of the West Ham squad had ...Full Story »

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