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  1. Curly, Larry & Jo

    Fortune and poor Portsmouth finishing rather contributed to Everton’s three point haul.  With one genuine shot at goal and nothing much else to discuss on the long drive home, I wonder why Moyes chooses to restrain the plethora of attacking … Continue reading

  2. UEFA Investigating Match Fixing

    UEFA has confirmed that it plans to investigate 40 cases of suspected match-fixing in the Champions League and UEFA Cup. Most of the cases were from Eastern Europe and involved games in the early qualifying rounds of the tournaments, according … Continue reading

  3. Van Persie’s Confession

    “Yes, I did. Sometimes when you are in the middle of an action and you get a little push and you know there’s nothing more to take. Then you are in the right to show in a way to the … Continue reading

  4. Please Don’t Sack Pompey Manager Paul Hart

    Portsmouth, it’s players, football supporters and Paul Hart showed today what an incredible club they really are. In most grounds around the country, fickle supporters would have booed their team off the pitch after a Premier League record of seven … Continue reading

  5. Cloughie’s Golden Oldies Video: Episode 1

    Today’s video flashback is a program from 1987 entitled “Cloughie’s Golden Oldies,” which features the first ten minutes of episode 1 highlighting some of the wonderful football that was played in the 1970s and 1980s. Gary Newbon hosts alongside Brian … Continue reading

  6. Lessons Learned from Giornata 5

    It’s crunch time in Serie A, as clubs must play three games in the span of 8 days this week, and even more over the next eleven days if they are playing in international competitions. It’s a Bad Month to … Continue reading

  7. Modest Improvement For Madrid

    Villarreal 0-2 Real Madrid 0-1 Ronaldo, 2’ 0-2 Kaka (pen), 73’ With four wins in four league games and three clean sheets in the bunch, it’s statistically difficult to find fault with Real Madrid’s early season performances. They have ostensibly … Continue reading

  8. CONCACAF Champions League Week 4 in Review

    Another busy week for the three MLS entrants in the CONCACAF Champions League concluded last night, with DC United earning a convincing 3-0 victory over Marathón of Honduras at RFK Stadium. Following on the heels of the Houston Dynamo’s 5-1 … Continue reading

  9. Did Barca or Inter Milan Get The Better Player?

    The summer’s Blockbuster trade involved Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Samuel. Eto’o swapping clubs and Inter also received a boat load of cash. The first Champions League clash between the two clubs failed to give a decisive edge as to which team gained the most from … Continue reading