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Posted Monday, December 21, 2009 by Football365.com9 hits

Lyon's indifferent Ligue 1 form continued as they could only draw at Monaco. Michel Bastos got Lyon off to a good start but Park Chu-young's equaliser means Lyon now have just two wins in their last 10 league games. They also finish the weekend 10 points behind leaders Bordeaux with one round of games to go before the winter break. Bastos put Lyon in front after 22 minutes, beating Stephan...Full Story »

Moyes feels frustration after Everton draw with Birmingham

Posted Monday, December 21, 2009 by tribalfootball.com27 hits

The Toffees boss rued a host of missed chances by his team after Diniyar Bilyaletdinov had put them in front in just the sixth minute and they then conceded midway through the first half when Sebastian Larsson struck with the Blues first attempt on goal. “I'm frustrated because we had opportunities in a game which I feel we were in control of and should have won,” Moyes said. He ...Full Story »

Burnley’s Coyle: We paid the price for our mistakes

Posted Monday, December 21, 2009 by tribalfootball.com8 hits

Burnley boss Owen Coyle has rued mistakes made by his players, allowing Wolves to defeat them 2-0 at Molineux. The Clarets manager admitted the errors made should not happen at Premier League standard and said the Burnley players were the creators of their own demise. "It is very obvious that we have lost two terrible goals. For the first one, there were three or four individual mistakes,...Full Story »

Saviola scores as Benfica beats Porto 1-0

Posted Monday, December 21, 2009 by AP13 hits

LISBON, Portugal (AP)—Javier Saviola scored as Benfica beat Porto 1-0 in the Portuguese “classico” on Sunday, taking the Lisbon team to a share of the lead in the league standings. The Argentine striker dribbled past defender Bruno Alves to score in the 23rd minute. The win gives Benfica 33 points, the same as Braga and four more than traditional rival Porto, which is third. ...Full Story »

Jack Payne: Happy to focus on Gillingham future

Posted Sunday, December 20, 2009 by tribalfootball.com17 hits

It was with some relief that Gillingham secured teenage midfielder Jack Payne to a new contract at the start of the season. Just 17, Payne made his first team debut last term and has established himself in manager Mark Stimson's midfield. His form was rewarded in October with a new four year-contract, just a matter of months after signing his first pro deal. "To be fair it was the easiest t...Full Story »

Real Madrid coach Pellegrini: 6-0 result proof we’re on right track

Posted Sunday, December 20, 2009 by tribalfootball.com44 hits

Real Madrid produced a stunning 6-0 thrashing of Real Zaragoza last night. The game was over as a contest inside the opening 34 minutes as Madrid raced into a 4-0 lead through braces from the in-form Gonzalo Higuain and Rafael van der Vaart. Manuel Pellegrini's side then added two more goals in the second half through big-money summer signings Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema - on his 22n...Full Story »

Wolverhampton Wanderers: potential transfer targets

Posted Sunday, December 20, 2009 by The Independent68 hits

Mick McCarthy's team selection has become rather controversial of late, but whatever the rights and wrongs of his recent 'reserve team' selection against Manchester United, his motives were to prepare his team for a long relegation battle. It's likely he'll need reinforcements, the team have not lacked for commitment, but more quality all over the pitch will be essential. Funds will be tight, ...Full Story »

Rafael Benítez: 'Perfect' referee cost Liverpool victory at Portsmouth

Posted Sunday, December 20, 2009 by theguardian.com31 hits

Rafael Benitez argues with the fourth official and Lee Mason prior to Javier Mascherano's sending off. Are you worried about your job, Rafael Benítez? With a section of the Liverpool away fans joining in the Fratton chants of, "You're getting sacked in the morning," after their embarrassing defeat, he probably should be. Immediately after the game the Liverpool manager, who only last wee...Full Story »

Beckham to make CL return to United

Posted Sunday, December 20, 2009 by teamtalk.com48 hits

David Beckham's AC Milan face Manchester United in the last 16 of the Champions League, while Arsenal and Chelsea face Porto and Inter Milan.England midfielder Beckham, who won the Champions League with United in 1999 before joining Real Madrid in 2003, will be on loan at Milan from Los Angeles Galaxy. Chelsea take on former manager Jose Mourinho after being drawn against Serie A giants Inter....Full Story »

World Cup WAGS

Posted Saturday, December 19, 2009 by skysports.com7756 hits

Cheryl Cole is the wife of England left-back Ashley Cole, as if you didn't know.   Imogen Thomas has been hanging on the arm of Jermain Defoe for a while now.   Lukas Podolski with his wife Monika.   Czech model Alena Seredova backs her husband, Italian goalkeeper Buffon.   Daniele De Rossi's wife Tamara is left holding the kids. French pair, Samir Nasri's girlf...Full Story »

Micah Richards: Warm and Wooly

Posted Saturday, December 19, 2009 by Kickette.com129 hits

You know we want to mock. We do. But… the mock isn’t coming.We kind of love this look on Man City’s Micah Richards. Sure, the trousers look like he’s on a break from Butlins Ye Olde Swashbucklers Treasures and Delights musical theatre presentation, but on the whole, we applaud his unique style. The boots are fab, we love a ‘baller in a good winter hat, and we al...Full Story »

Carlo seeks Jose peace

Posted Saturday, December 19, 2009 by skysports.com34 hits

Ancelotti: Mourinho peace Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti is looking to put his differences with Inter Milan boss and rival Jose Mourinho aside after the two teams were drawn together in the knock-out stages of the UEFA Champions League. Two of the games' most successful managers in modern times will come head-to-head in February for a mouth-watering clash that sees history between the pair g...Full Story »

Evra - I hope Becks plays badly

Posted Saturday, December 19, 2009 by skysports.com38 hits

Manchester United defender Patrice Evra says he will offer David Beckham a warm welcome back to Old Trafford - and then ruin his trip down memory lane. The midfielder will return to his old club in the colours of AC Milan after the two sides were drawn together in the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League. The meeting will be the first time the former England captain has played in front of an ...Full Story »

Winter title up for grabs in Germany

Posted Saturday, December 19, 2009 by soccer365.com10 hits

Three clubs are fighting it out for the unofficial title of Bundesliga winter champions, which will be decided this weekend. Schalke have the first chance to stake their claim when they host Mainz on Saturday evening, although their coach Felix Magath does not believe being top of the table would be a situation that would endure anyway. "The team is still not stable enough so you cannot ex...Full Story »

Mark Hughes on the brink of exit from Manchester City

Posted Saturday, December 19, 2009 by theguardian.com26 hits

Manchester City have won only one league game in 10 Carlos Tevez calls for manager to be given more time Mark Hughes has seen his side win just one of their last 10 league games. Mark Hughes's grip on the manager's job at Manchester City appeared increasingly weak last night amid reports that the club are working to line up a replacement and that the Welshman could be sacked even if City ...Full Story »

Chelsea's Carlo Ancelotti and José Mourinho of Inter are box-office gold

Posted Saturday, December 19, 2009 by theguardian.com22 hits

For Carlo Ancelotti, it could hardly have been worse. One night in February a familiar figure will come striding through the portals of Stamford Bridge, smoothing down his latest winter coat and trailing clouds of sulphur. Ancelotti will find himself shaking hands with José Mourinho, the man whose achievements at Chelsea will provide the yardstick for all his successors until one of them ...Full Story »


Posted Saturday, December 19, 2009 by Worldfootball.net32 hits

Jefferson Farfan's well-worked goal was enough to give Schalke a narrow 1-0 win over Mainz and move them to the top of the Bundesliga. Farfan latched on to a neat pass from Lewis Holtby to race free in the area and poke the ball beyond the advancing Heinz Muller in the 12th minute. Schalke continued to press but could not find a second goal. However, that will not worry them too much as ...Full Story »

Everton sign LA Galaxy striker Landon Donovan on loan

Posted Saturday, December 19, 2009 by BBC.com16 hits

The 27-year-old, who holds the USA's records for goals scored, will join the Toffees on 2 January and is to remain on Merseyside until mid-March. "He will come in and add pace, he's a good finisher and is captain of the USA national team so has that experience," said Everton manager David Moyes. "He is the first of two or three players I want to bring in in January." Donovan's arrival will...Full Story »

Indiana names Wisconsin’s Yeagley soccer coach

Posted Saturday, December 19, 2009 by AP11 hits

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP)—Todd Yeagley is following in his father’s footsteps at Indiana. Yeagley, the son of former Hoosiers soccer coach Jerry Yeagley, was named to the same position at Indiana on Friday. Todd Yeagley, whose father won six national titles—the last in 2003—in 41 years with the Hoosiers, was an All-American and national player of the year at Indiana, where...Full Story »

Bayern pleased enough with Viola tie

Posted Saturday, December 19, 2009 by Worldfootball.net37 hits

Louis van Gaal declared himself "not dissatisfied" after the UEFA Champions League first knockout round draw paired his FC Bayern München team with ACF Fiorentina, who the Bavarian side met for the first time in last season's group stage. Not too bad"I am not dissatisfied; it could have been worse," said the 58-year-old Dutch coach, perhaps mindful of the fact that the Viola have never w...Full Story »

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