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Thanks [br]Posted on: December 24, 2006, 10:47:14 PM_________________________________________________EPL fans, Rejoice!
In honor of the Boxing Day tradition, there will be matches on December 26th 2006.
Here are the match lineup:
Chelsea 2-2 Reading
CHE: Drogba 38',72'; REA: L. Lita 67', Essien (o.g) 86'
Tottenham H. 2-1 Aston Villa
TOT: Defoe 58', 72'; AST: Barry 82'
West Ham U. 1-2 Portsmouth
WHU: Sheringham 81'; POR: Primus 16',38'
Blackburn R. 1-0 Liverpool
BLA: McCarthy 49'
Bolton W. 2-1 Newcastle U.
BOL: Ramage (o.g) 33', Anelka 57'; NEW: Dyer 8'
Everton 0-0 Middlesbrough
Manchester U. 3-1 Wigan Athletic
MANU: Ronaldo 47', 50' Solksjaer 59'; WIG: Baines (pen.) 90'
Sheffield U. 0-1 Manchester C.
MANC: Ireland 79'
Watford 1-2 Arsenal
WAT: Smith 23'; ASNL: Silva 10', van Persie 83'
EPL Match for Dec 27th 2006
Charlton 2-2 Fulham
CHA: Ambrose 19', D. Bent 45'; FUL: McBride 13', Quedrue 90'
[br]Posted on: December 25, 2006, 07:06:32 PM_________________________________________________Matches in Eredivisie for Dec 26th 2006
Feyenoord Rotterdam 1-1 PSV Eindhoven
FEY: Charisteas 38'; PSV: Cocu 24'
Willem II Tilburg 2-1 Excelsior Rotterdam
WIL: Imschoot 82',84'; EXC: Slory 10'
FC Groningen 0-1 Sparta Rotterdam
SPAR: van Bueren 64'
Matches in Eredivisie for Dec 27th 2006
Den Haag - RKC Waalwijk
FC Twente Enschede - AZ Alkmaar
FC Utrecht - Heracles Almelo
NAC Breda - Vitesse Arnhem
NEC Nijmegen - SC Heerenveen
Ajax Amsterdam - Roda Kerkrade
[br]Posted on: December 25, 2006, 07:09:32 PM_________________________________________________Scotland Premier League schedule for Dec 26th 2006
Hearts 3-2 Hibernian
HEA: Hartley 2', Jankauskas 49, Mikolunas 70'; HIB: Killen 54' Shiels (pen.) 61'
Aberdeen 3-1 Kilmarnock
ABE: Maguire 6', Nicholson 9', Lovel 87'; KIL: Naismith 89'
Celtic 2-2 Dundee United
CEL: O'Dea 78', Nakamura 80'; DUN: Robertson 17', Samuel 58'
Dunfermline 0-2 Motherwell
MOT: Fitzpatrick 26', McDonald 79'
St. Mirren 1-0 Falkirk
STM: Lappin 67'
[br]Posted on: December 25, 2006, 11:16:32 PM_________________________________________________International Friendly
Thailand 2-0 Singapore
Check back this post for final time results!
I hope Fergie signs up David Silva we really need him and hopefully those Madrid leeches don't sign him.
I heard some time ago that after the WC, Utd would hire Luis Fabiano. Sure as hell is better than Berba
Well, Inter and Barça are national champions as expected. Now, Inter'll go for the champions trophy!
I'm still in shock that Cambiasso and Zanetti aren't in Argentina's team '-'
New thread! Wooot! XD
Fabiano for United? That's interesting.
Berbatov was useless this season. He'll go to Munich this summer and I think Hargreaves should retire because I can't see him coming back from such a nasty injury. He hasn't played for more then a year. *facepalm*
I'm with you Saintz. Argentina have no midfield. XD They need Zanetti & Cambiasso. Ballack is out of the WC.
I can't believe Maradona left Zanetti out of the team; they need him for his experience alone, not even considering the fact that at his age he's still one of the best side backs in the world.
Argentina should've won the 2006 World Cup imho. How did they loose to Germany on penalties.?.. I still don't know.
They were by quite a distance the best team in that tournament, they'll probably be challenging for the World Cup this year but my money's on Spain winning it.
For those of you who
are blinddon't know - we now have an official World Cup 2010 Thread! Thanks to Des-chan. I hope you guys participate in the discussions and whatnot, once the WC starts that is.
Foster's gone to Birmingham lol and Fergie's promoted Ben Amos into the first team; his officially now our third goalkeeper. I wonder whether he'll get any games next season? XD Maybe, in the Carling Cup?
Grant resigned...that was coming.
So what do you guys make of Newcastle coming back up and how will they fair in the Premiership next season? XD
I can't wait for the Champions League Final this coming saturday.
For the Champions League, my money's on Inter 2-1. Then Mourinho will leave for Real in the summer.
Man, Inter won the european champions league, gotta hand it to them.
Didn't watch the game, didn't expect Inter to win but if you beat münic, barcelona and others then you have to hand it to them indeed
Mourinho to Real?
Yeah the rumours started going around as soon as he started complaining about Italian football, but he himself confirmed that his agent had spoken with Real but he needed to speak to them himself on Monday and see where to go from there, but it's as good as a done deal.
I missed the match too, I was at work; the 1st Champo League final I've missed in 6 years. I knew Inter would win, they did to Bayern the same thing they did to Barcelona at the Nou Camp, the defense was spot on.
Mourinho's gone to Real Madrid! That was coming lol.
I hope Jose & Ronaldo get along with each other haha. I wonder who'll leave the Bernabéu this summer?