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You're a c**t says Joe
Written by matt   
Friday, 03 October 2008

The edited transcript of Newcastle United's interim manager Joe Kinnear's first official press conference, courtesy ofThe Guardian:

Joe Kinnear Which one is Simon Bird [Daily Mirror's north-east football writer]?

Simon Bird Me.

JK You're a c**t.

SB Thank you.

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Chelsea Striker Drogba Only Weeks Away
Written by matt   
Friday, 03 October 2008

Chelsea FC have released a statement declaring that star striker Dider Drogba is only weeks away from returning rather than months after he was injured in the clubs Champions League clash against Romanian side CFRCluj.

The Blues statement read, "He will not be requiring surgery."

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Kinnear Unloads on the Press
Written by matt   
Friday, 03 October 2008
Interim Newcastle United Boss Joe Kinnear unloaded a stinging attack on the press which was laced with 52 swear words.

Kinnear said that he would not be intimidated by the press, "I will stand up and fight for myself in any corner," he said. "You're not going to frighten me in any manner.”

"Whatever you do, or whatever headlines you run, you're not going to embarrass me.


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Tevez Saga Wont Die
Written by matt   
Friday, 03 October 2008

The Carlos Tevez Saga just will not simply go away for West Ham United who are still facing a 30 million pound compensation payout to Sheffield united who was, imo, wrongly relegated from the Premier League.

Whilst it would be unsporting and unfair to simply reinstate Sheffield United next season, I just can't see how you can reward a side for not, should they not, gain promotion on their merits whilst at the same time acknowledging that they were relegated because another club not only cheated the system but then lied about their deceit, not once but twice.

To solve this problem that has been created, I suggest that English FA study the words, "intestinal fortitude" and then one of their board members punish West Ham in an appropriate manner.

Again, this is only my opinion, but they should be dropped down two divisions and start their next campaign with a -15 point tally.

A similar situation in the future will never happen.

At the moment, a 5.5 million pound "fine" to retain your premiership status is a small price to pay considering the 30 million pound figure quoted as compensation sought by Sheffield United.

That's my view, What's yours? 

 
Inter To Win Milan Derby
Written by Mudguts   
Sunday, 28 September 2008
Spotlight falls on Milan Derby at San Siro.
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Great offer
Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 28 August 2008

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Greece overpower Puerto Rico to clinch Olympic place
Written by Crazy Greek   
Sunday, 20 July 2008
ATHENS (FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament) – Greece reconfirmed their standing as one of the leading sides in international basketball with an 88-63 blowout win over Puerto Rico on Saturday to clinch a place in the Beijing Games.

Dimitris Diamantidis led six players in double figures with 15 points in their semi-final triumph over Manolo Cintron’s team at the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 20 July 2008 )
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Russia keep...walking to the semi-finals
Written by Jedi   
Sunday, 22 June 2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dmitri Torbinski and Andrei Arshavin struck in the last eight minutes of extra time to take Russia into the UEFA EURO 2008™ semi-finals at the expense of the Netherlands as Guus Hiddink eliminated the nation of his birth.

Russia dominance
From the off, Russia never allowed Marco van Basten's previously imperious side space and they attacked with vigour. Roman Pavlyuchenko's 56th-minute volley seemed to have won the game but with four minutes remaining Ruud van Nistelrooy headed an equaliser. However, Russia dominated the additional half-hour and the tireless Arshavin set up substitute Torbinski to restore the advantage from close range in the 112th minute. The No10 added another himself to book a semi-final against Spain or Italy in Vienna on Thursday, although Torbinski and Denis Kolodin will miss that match through suspension. 

Robben ruled out
Having rested most of his first-choice lineup in Tuesday's win against Romania, Van Basten returned to the selection that started the impressive defeats of Italy and France, Arjen Robben's hopes scuppered by continuing groin problems. It was Russia, beginning as positively as Hiddink had promised, who had the first chance when Yuri Zhirkov's free-kick forced Edwin van der Sar into a diving save and Igor Semshov then crossed from the right for Pavlyuchenko to head over. Russia's outnumbered fans made most of the early noise as the Netherlands took time to get to grips with their opponents' pressing game, although Van Nistelrooy did nearly get a decisive touch on Rafael van der Vaart's free-kick.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 22 June 2008 )
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Incredible Turkey triumph on penalty shoot out
Written by Jedi   
Sunday, 22 June 2008

 

 
Turkey made it through to their first UEFA European Championship semi-final at Croatia's expense after a thrilling match in Vienna was decided on penalties after the two sides had swapped goals in the final moments of extra time.

Sensational comeback
When Ivan Klasnić headed in Luka Modrić's cross with a minute of the overtime period to play, Croatia looked to have booked their place in Wednesday's semi-final against Germany. However, for the third game running, Turkey sensationally hit back at the death to force the first shoot-out of these finals when Semih Şentürk drove in, with the aid of a deflection, from just inside the area. They went on to win 3-1 on penalties after Rüştü Reçber saved Mladen Petrić's kick following earlier misses from Modrić and Ivan Rakitić. Turkey coach Fatih Terim, though, will struggle to get a team together to play Germany with Emre Aşık, Tuncay Şanlı and Arda Turan all suspended along with Volkan Demirel after being booked here.

Nervy start
Terim, without the banned Volkan Demirel and Mehmet Aurélio and with injuries also taking their toll, made four changes from the side that defeated the Czech Republic dramatically to reach the quarter-finals. The 35-year-old Rüştü, who had played against Croatia coach Slaven Bilić at EURO '96™, started in goal, while Bilić reverted to the team that had beaten Germany en route to topping Group B. With so much at stake, both sets of players made nervy starts. On five minutes Turkey right-back Sabri Sarıoğlu's misplaced pass allowed Rakitić to dart to the byline and he pulled the ball back for Darijo Srna whose shot was blocked by Hakan Balta. It was a portent of things to come as Croatia probed with success down both flanks with Terim's reshuffled back line struggling to cope with their slick passing.

 

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