Monthly Archives: March 2012

Blues need Silva in top form

On Fox Soccer, James Horncastle draws attention to Manchester City’s playmaker David Silva’s dip in form, and reflects on City’s 0-0 draw with Stoke.

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Why Swansea’s great Britton justifies the Xavi-lite tag

Rob Smyth writes for Life’s A Pitch on Swansea midfielder Leon Britton finally getting the praise and recognition he deserves.

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Rodgers Makes Mockery Of ‘Minnows’ Tag

F365’s Daniel Storey lauds Brendan Rodgers’ efforts to make Swansea an established Premier League side.

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Milan 0-0 Barcelona

A meeting between two true giants of world football. Under former manager Carlo Ancelotti, Milan were the dominant team on the European stage from 2001 to 2007 – reaching the semi-finals twice, the final thrice and winning two out of … Continue reading

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The Rise of the MLS

A nice write-up a friend of mine showed me, on the success of MLS after 17 seasons.
Written by Ishaan Tharoor for TIME Magazine’s online blog, Keeping Score.

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Stoke 1-1 Manchester City

Manchester City’s title hopes took yet another serious dent as they could only manage a draw against Tony Pulis’ side. Manchester City’s season had initially looked like it was in danger of going off the rails – a shock 1-0 … Continue reading

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Bayern Munich’s Ribery and Kroos play scissors-paper-stone to decide who takes a free-kick

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=rUjd6CNf_hs

Hahaha great stuff

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