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Tag Archives: Wesley Sneijder

Messi Wins Fifa Ballon d’Or Award

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi captured the inaugural Fifa Ballon d’Or award. This is the first time this award has been presented as the Ballon d’Or (former European Footballer of the Year award) and the FIFA World Player of … Continue reading

Napoli Qualify For Europa League Knockout Stages

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

While in the Champions League all Italian sides made it through to the knockout stages, there was a fear that in the Europa League there would be no Serie A teams. Luckily, Napoli managed to qualify with a 1-0 win … Continue reading

Roma And Inter Need Wins In Champions League

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

It’s the final group stages matchday of the Champions League, and Roma and Inter Milan need to win their midweek matches. After such a poor display from Italian sides in the Europa League, the Serie A needs to hold its … Continue reading

Brescia Hold Inter Milan To 1-1 Draw

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Two matches have been played so far this weekend, and the more interesting result of the two has to be the 1-1 draw which was played out between Inter Milan and Brescia. The other match played was a 2-0 for … Continue reading

No Italians in Ballon D’Or 2010 Nominees

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Fifa released its list of the 23 nominees for the Ballon D’Or of 2010. Along with the 23 players, there are also 10 managers/coaches competing for the World Coaches of the Year award. The winners of both will be announced … Continue reading

Wayne Rooney Belongs At Inter Milan

Posted on by Robert

The soccer press has been buzzing about the latest Wayne Rooney press conferences, statements, and rumors.  The usual suspects have been named as possible destinations: the ATMs that are Manchester City and Real Madrid, EPL rival Chelsea, and Bundesliga giant … Continue reading

Inter Sweeps UEFA Awards, Plus Champions League Draw Analysis

Posted on by Robert

Today’s UEFA Champions League draw was one that should prove that Serie A is still one of the premier leagues in the world, and that Inter is arguably the world’s best club.  The Nerazzurri swept the UEFA individual awards: Goalkeeper … Continue reading

Premier League Fans: Who Would You Like to See in the Premier League This Season?

Posted on by Jesse Chula

On the weekend of the World Cup final and the (only) slightly interesting third place game, my mind can’t help but to think forward a few more days until the transfer rumors coupled with over inflated transfer fees start to … Continue reading

Inter Beats Barcelona 3-1 in First Leg of Champions League Semis

Posted on by Robert

What more could you ask for from the home club? Inter Milan convincingly beat what many have called the world’s greatest soccer team yesterday with a 3-1 victory over Barcelona.  The match was controversial from the start, as Barcelona endured a … Continue reading

Inter to Face Barca in Champions League

Posted on by Robert

Serie A’s lone representative in the Champions League advanced to the semi-finals with a 2-0 aggregate win over a feisty CSKA Moscow club.  Their reward: facing probably the best team in the world, a Barcelona club that obliterated Arsenal yesterday at … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 21

Posted on by Robert

A nice quiet weekend in Serie A.  Fortunately, there were no matches of interest and no controversy that came out of the matches.  Nothing unusual or interesting at all. Or not.  In a weekend highlighted by the top two squads … Continue reading

Sneijder’s Ankle Not Too Bad

Posted on by Sam Hiser

Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2009 — Netherlands 1: 0 Scotland today at Hampden Park (here’s the minute-by-minute report). As George Burley said, Scotland deserved at least something from the match at home in which they threatened the woodwork serially. The difficult … Continue reading

Inter 4-0 AC Milan: Gattuso’s Sending-Off

Posted on by Sam Hiser

For AC Milan in Saturday’s fabled Derby della Madonnina, Gennaro Gattuso’s nightmare came true. If not for Inter’s new-look, new-effect attack, poor Captain Rino would be carrying all responsibility for the unbalanced result (AC Milan 0:4 Inter). Inter earned three … Continue reading

Madrid Ships Out Stars Robben, Sneijder and Negredo

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

Real Madrid has continued their massive summer overhaul and some big names will feature in new colors for the upcoming season. No longer wearing the famous white shirt of Madrid will be Dutch national teammates Arjen Robben and Wesley . … Continue reading

Transfer Update: Rafael van der Vaart to Madrid plus signings for Rangers, Bordeaux and more

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

Rafael van der Vaart was officially unveiled as Real Madrid’s newest player yesterday in a presentation the Santiago Bernabéu. As pictured above (photo courtesy of Real Madrid’s official website), he was introduced by Real’s President Ramón Calderón and President of … Continue reading

Hamburg Captain van der Vaart transfers to Real Madrid

Posted on by Mark

It’s finally official, Rafael van der Vaart the Netherlands midfielder and Hamburg’s captain is on his way to Real Madrid pending the results of a medical. The Bundesliga’s own version of the Ronaldo affair has come an end. Although the … Continue reading

Debate: Who'll Be Your Player Of Euro '08?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Euro 2008 hasn’t even started yet, but that hasn’t stopped so many pundits who have been writing off Holland’s chances of success in the tournament. The critics keep on pointing at the Dutch defense as a weakness, but what they’re … Continue reading