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Tag Archives: Roman Pavlyuchenko

Premier League Footballer of the Week, Gameweek 27

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Everton for the World Cup, Adam Johnson for England and Mud. How can you not love this game, this league, the drama, the terrible state of the DW in Wigan? Forget that last one. Gameweek 27 saw Everton continue their fantastic … Continue reading

Russian Football Now Podcast: Spalletti, Pavlyuchenko, and WCQ Preview

Posted on by Chris Riordan

In partnership with Russian Football Now, EPL Talk presents the second episode of RNF’s podcast. An active week in papers sees former AS Roma manager Luciano Spalletti take an additional step toward the long-rumored more to Zenit. Meanwhile, Roman Pavlyuchenko … Continue reading

Spurs Snatch Last Gasp Winner Against Liverpool

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The scenes of jubilation this evening were incredible to watch as Tottenham Hotspur’s Roman Pavlyuchenko scored a last minute winner to beat Liverpool 2-1 at White Hart Lane. In just one week, Harry Redknapp’s reinvigorated Tottenham side have beaten Liverpool … Continue reading

Newcastle United Hits New Low In 2-1 Carling Cup Loss To Tottenham

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse for Newcastle United, it just did. In the battle of the two bottom teams of the Premier League, Newcastle lost 2-1 at home tonight to fellow underachievers Tottenham Hotspur in the … Continue reading

Pavlyuchenko Gets The Wrong End Of The Stick From Ramos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

New Spurs striker Roman Pavlyuchenko may face punishment from Tottenham because he’s not learning English quickly enough according to the Russian newspaper, Tvoi Den. If the newspaper report is true, it’s a bit unfair on Pavlyuchenko. He’s only been with … Continue reading

Is Today The Day The Premiership Changed Forever?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

I got up this morning expecting another tense, dull day to be spattered with the occasional factual transfer as the transfer window creaked shut getting excited about nothing much in particular. A day spent scouring the BBC and Sky Sports … Continue reading

Premier League Transfers On Deadline Day

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Stay updated on the latest transfers in the Premier League today on deadline day, which marks the end of the August transfer window (extended one day because the last day of August was a Sunday): Fraizer Campbell (England) joins Tottenham … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur Signs Roman Pavlyuchenko For £14 Million

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Tottenham Hotspur has announced that the club has reached an agreement with Spartak Moscow to sign Russian striker Roman Pavlyuchenko for a transfer fee believed to be £14 million. The star striker who made a huge impression in Euro 2008 … Continue reading

Transfer Market Update: A Look At Tottenham, PSG, Ajax and More

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

Though Paris St Germain were in a relegation battle last season, they did manage to win the French League Cup, which qualifies them for the UEFA Cup competition. In preparing for their season, PSG has made some bold moves in … Continue reading

England's Summer Transfer Market Begins And Ends At Tottenham

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It looks like the floodgates in the transfer window have opened. So far this summer, it seems that the majority of major transfer deals have started and ended at Tottenham’s White Hart Lane. The spark was Robbie Keane’s move from … Continue reading

Poll: Who Should Tottenham Buy Next?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Who should Spurs buy with the money from the Robbie Keane transfer? ( surveys)

Holland 1-3 Russia – Arshavin On Top Of The World

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Watching Russia beat Holland 3-1 tonight in Basel to qualify for the semi-finals of Euro 2008, we may have seen the future champions of Europe. Their performance, at times, was simply breathtaking. Over the entire 120 minutes, the best team … Continue reading