Monthly Archives: August 2010

Newcastle Jets = In the Shit

The team that didn’t play on the weekend, the Newcastle Jets, probably have the most astonishing headlines surrounding them. The team have apparently not been payed wages for the past month, with the players’ union now becoming involved. Con Constantine … Continue reading

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A-League Round-Up

Barbarouses scored against his former club in Friday night’s game between Brisbane Roar and Wellington Phoenix. The game was an entertaining one, with both sides having clear chances yet the Roar continued their fine early-season form with a 73rd minute … Continue reading

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Premier League Results + Bit of Transfers

To the weekend’s matches and there were a few surprises as the scum of sunderland beat Man City 1-0 with a last-minute penalty from Darren Bent and Wigan somehow managed a 1-0 win away to Tottenham. Newcastle managed a 1-1 … Continue reading

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A-League + Premier League Preview

A-League Predictions Brisbane Roar v Wellington – Wellington have never won at this ground and have only beaten the Roar once out of nine meetings. However although Brisbane haven’t conceded in two games they have also only scored one in … Continue reading

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Champions League Draw

The Champions League Groups were drawn today, pretty fairly balanced, though Group G is a tough one with Ajax, Auxerre, Real Madrid and AC Milan. Meanwhile Spurs got Inter as they desired. Group A Inter Milan, Werder Bremen, Tottenham, FC … Continue reading

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Transfers

Arsenal have completed the signing of Sevilla centre-back Sebastien Squillaci, though he won’t be available for their game against Blackburn. It is believed that AC Milan are negotiating with Barcelona for the sale of Ibrahimovich. The fee is reported to … Continue reading

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Champs. League + Transfers

Tottenham advanced to the Champions League Group Stages after an emphatic 4-0 victory at home to Young Boys. Peter Crouch scored a hat trick as the Young Boys defence failed to cope with his arial threat, while Jermaine Defoe scored … Continue reading

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