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Liga I: Pandurii Lignitul Vs Viitorul Constanta - Betting Tip
romaniaThe Romanian Liga 1 football match between Pandurii Lignitul (3rd) and Viitorul Constanta (14th) kicks off on 09 May 2013.

Pandurii Lignitul has played 14 Romanian Liga 1 matches this season on Stadion Tudor Vladimirescu. On home ground Pandurii Lignitul has won 10, drawn 3 and lost 1 matches. This ranks the Minerii (The Miners) 3rd in home team performance in the Romanian Liga 1.

Viitorul Constanta has played 14 Romanian Liga 1 matches this season away from home. On away ground Viitorul Constanta has won 3, drawn 4 and lost 7 matches. This ranks Viitorul Constanta 9th in away team performance in the Romanian Liga 1.< ... Read more »
Category: Betting Tips Views: 1144 Added: Better Date: 09.05.2013 - 12:02

Premier League: Chelsea 2:2 Tottenham
premier leagueA late Gylfi Sigurdsson equaliser earned Tottenham a crucial point in the race for a top-four finish with a 2-2 draw with Chelsea.
The hosts grabbed an early lead through their young Brazilian Oscar as he met a Gary Cahill header at the back post. 

A wonder goal from Emmanuel Adebayor brought Tottenham level but sloppy defending just before half-time allowed Ramires to score his fifth league goal of the season. 

Chelsea looked on course to seal the win but with 10 minutes remaining substitute Sigurdsson finished smartly to earn a share of the points.

Rafael Benitez welcomed back Eden Hazard, Fe ... Read more »
Category: News Views: 782 Added: Sky Date: 09.05.2013 - 01:45

Serie A: Atalanta 0:1 Juventus
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Juventus won their ninth Serie A match in a row after edging Atalanta 1-0 in Bergamo on Wednesday.
Alessandro Matri scored the only goal of the game in the 18th minute for Juve, who have now won their last six matches at Atalanta.

The match was marred by first-half crowd trouble, with proceedings suspended for 10 minutes after fans were throwing flares at each other.

Juventus manager Antonio Conte and Atalanta striker German Denis were just two of the figures who tried to calm the tension at Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia and play did resume, although the scoreline remained the same despite the best efforts of both sides.

Category: News Views: 759 Added: Sky Date: 09.05.2013 - 01:17

Serie A: Pescara 0:4 Milan
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Mario Balotelli netted two goals as Milan eased to a comfortable 4-0 victory against relegated Pescara on Wednesday.
The Italian striker grabbed the winning goal against Torino last time out and scored another important effort to put Milan ahead from the penalty spot in the 10th minute.

Pescara's relegation to Serie B was confirmed last Sunday with a 4-1 defeat to Genoa and the visitors were ruthless as Sulley Muntari and Mathieu Flamini added to Balotelli's double to tighten Milan's grip on third place. 

Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri was without Kevin Prince-Boateng due to suspension and the injured Riccardo Montolivo and Bojan Krkic. 
Category: News Views: 720 Added: Sky Date: 09.05.2013 - 01:12

Manchester United fans fear for future, says Drasdo
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Manchester United Supporters' Trust (MUST) head Duncan Drasdo expects "disquiet" among the club's support after Alex Ferguson's retirement.
The Scot revealed on Wednesday that he will bring his 27-year reign at Old Trafford to an end when the Premier League season reaches its conclusion on May 19.

And MUST chief executive Drasdo believes fans will harbour fear over life after the 71-year-old, who has lifted 38 trophies during his time at United.

"(Fans are) distraught, (there's) utter despair," he said. "People are immensely grateful to Sir Alex for what he has contributed and so first of all fans want to say thank you. 
Category: News Views: 770 Added: Sky Date: 09.05.2013 - 01:09

Abidal´s Barca future unclear
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Eric Abidal is frustrated by Barcelona stalling on making a decision over his future at Camp Nou, the Frenchman's agent has claimed.
The 33-year-old returned to first-team action in April following a liver transplant, and has made four La Liga appearances so far this season.

But the Frenchman has not yet been offered a new contract with his current deal set to expire in the off-season.

"Abidal is starting to get disillusioned with how long it takes for Barcelona to make a decision about his future," David Venditelli told RAC1.

"It is not so much whether Barcelona want to continue with him or not, but t ... Read more »
Category: News Views: 699 Added: Sky Date: 09.05.2013 - 00:26

Mourinho ´not right for United´, claims Lowe
Jose Mourinho would not be an ideal candidate for the manager's job at Manchester United, according to Spanish-based journalist Sid Lowe.
Alex Ferguson announced his decision to retire from football management on Wednesday, and Mourinho's name has been touted as a potential replacement.

But Lowe believes the idea was never seriously considered, with current Everton manager David Moyes the overwhelming favourite to take over at Old Trafford.

"The reality is of course that talk of Jose Mourinho potentially going to Manchester United really didn't last very long because everybody here (in Spain) quickly cottoned on to the fact that David Moyes was a very clear favourite," Lowe said.
Category: News Views: 491 Added: Sky Date: 09.05.2013 - 00:26

Alonso plans Madrid stay
Xabi Alonso has moved to quash rumours that he will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season.
The Spain international had been linked with a move to Premier League outfit Chelsea, if Jose Mourinho were to take over as manager at Stamford Bridge in the off-season.

But the 31-year-old is adamant he will prolong his four-year stay at the Bernabeu for at least one more season.

"Of course I'm going to be here next season," Alonso said following Madrid's 6-2 victory over Malaga on Wednesday.

Despite the high-scoring win, Barcelona can wrap up the Liga title if they beat Atletico Madrid on Sunday, after finishing second to Real last term.
Category: News Views: 458 Added: Sky Date: 09.05.2013 - 00:24

Martinez can do better than Everton
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Wigan chairman Dave Whelan has claimed that Roberto Martinez should hold out to join a top European club amid links with Everton.
The Spaniard has emerged as the clear favourite to succeed David Moyes at Goodison Park with the Scot widely reported that the 50-year-old was set to depart in order to take over at Manchester United.

But Whelan believes Martinez should wait for a better opportunity than that offered by the Merseyside outfit.

"It's a battle that I will lose and Wigan will lose (at some point), I've no question on that," Whelan told BBC Radio 5 Live.

"It's (a case of) would Roberto choose to go ... Read more »
Category: News Views: 454 Added: Sky Date: 09.05.2013 - 00:24

Borini wants bond with Liverpool fans
premier leagueFabio Borini is looking to build a bond with Liverpool's supporters after enduring a frustrating first season on Merseyside.
The Italian scored his first Premier League goal for the club in the 6-0 rout of Newcastle in April, after missing long periods of the season with injury.

And now the striker is hoping to emulate the relationships he had with fans at previous clubs Roma and Swansea.

"If I've got emotion that comes from that club, obviously I take that emotion with me," he told the club's official website.

"At Swansea I had three months I could never think of. In three months, I got into the hearts ... Read more »
Category: News Views: 665 Added: Sky Date: 09.05.2013 - 00:18

Alex Ferguson´s career in numbers
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson revealed on Wednesday that he is set to retire from football at the end of the season.
The Scot has enjoyed unprecedented success at the Old Trafford club, becoming the most decorated manager in English football history since taking the reins in 1986.

Here, we look at the numbers behind the 71-year-old's storied career at the summit.

1500 - Ferguson's final game - against West Brom on Sunday May 19 - will be his 1500th in charge of United.

10 - Just 10 managers have managed an English club for longer than Ferguson. Fred Everiss' 48-year reign at West Brom is the longest in history and will likely never be beaten. ... Read more »
Category: News Views: 564 Added: Sky Date: 09.05.2013 - 00:14

England fans avoid FIFA racism action
FIFA have announced that the Football Association will face no disciplinary action over allegations of racist chanting from England fans.
European anti-racism body FARE had reported that songs calling for Rio and Anton Ferdinand to be burned on a "bonfire" were sung during England's 8-0 away win against San Marino in March.

It was widely suggested that the chants were aired in support of John Terry, who retired from international duty in September 2012 after being found guilty of racially abusing Anton by the FA

However, FIFA say that a lack of evidence has hampered their case.

"We can confirm that in the case of alleged racist chanting during the recent Wor ... Read more »
Category: News Views: 478 Added: Sky Date: 09.05.2013 - 00:12

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