Monthly Archives: March 2011

Barca Quality Too Much for Arsenal

A comprehensive performance from Barcelona knocks Arsenal out, putting themselves into the quarters winning 3-1 on the night and 4-3 on aggregate. Arsenal rarely threatened in the game before and after Robin Van Persie was harshly sent off for time … Continue reading

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Kalou Inspires Chelsea to Cut United’s Lead to 9

An unconvincing first half performance from Chelsea was followed by a comfortable second half capped with a fine performance from substitute, Soloman Kalou, who took the game away from Blackpool. Kalou came on after 55 minutes after a injury to … Continue reading

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Complacent Madrid Still Cut Barca lead to 7

A stuttering second half display from Real Madrid nearly costs them dear after a sensational first half display which put them 2-0 in front. Madrid were exceptional in the first half giving Racing a lesson on one and two touch … Continue reading

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Richards Remembered in Premier League Thriller

An end to end game between Wolves and Tottenham ended rightfully level at 3-3 on the day Dean Richards was remembered. An entertaining game that swung both ways with both teams looking likely to win, decisions that everyone will debate … Continue reading

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Dalgleish Delight as Liverpool beat United

A fine all round Liverpool performance proves too much for an United side missing key players. Liverpool exploited the missing demanding center half duo of Ferdinand and Vidic. Suarez and Kuyt ran Smalling and Brown ragged all game. However, both … Continue reading

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Classy Carroll Moves Orient to 10th

An inspired first half display from Spurs loanee, Tommy Carroll helped move Orient to 10th. Carroll’s movement and composure on the ball was a pleasure to watch, not something you expect from an 18 year old, he dominated the midfield … Continue reading

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Madrid Romp Comes at a Cost

A comprehensive win for Real last night against Malaga, where they didn’t need to get out of second gear. Malaga were more concerned about the weekend fixture vs Osasuna, they rested key players for the Real match. However, the major … Continue reading

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