Hornets move up to second after 1-0 win at Bloomfield Road Wolves Danny Batth heads equaliser in 1-1 draw at Charlton Continue reading… …
Liverpool made hard work of beating Bulgarian outfit Ludogorets at Anfield with Steven Gerrard scoring a late penalty to secure a 2-1 win. Watch the goals
A cracking finish from James Dunne set Pompey on the way to a much-needed victory over Dagenham & Redbridge at Fratton Park.
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The Gunners were well beaten by a dangerous and clinical Borussia Dortmund who could’ve bagged a few more. Our backline was cut apart several times, but were twice hammered by some nifty work from Ciro Immobile and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Not a good day out for our depleting defence.
Even Sydney Olympics ultras cant stop the Greens from winning the competitions very own Hellenic Derby Continue reading… …
Norwich are the new leaders of the Championship and on this latest evidence they will take some stopping.
Although Wolverhampton Wanderers scored 89 goals last season in running away with the League One title, no individual managed more than 12 and supporters have been urging their manager, Kenny Jackett, to sign an extra striker. For a time last night it looked as if wastefulness in attack – notably by the former Charlton loanee Leon Clarke – would lead to a first defeat in five games but the captain and centre-half Danny Batth deservedly headed an equaliser 20 minutes into the second half.
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Leeds United’s caretaker manager, Neil Redfearn, extended his unbeaten record in charge of the team to three games at the Goldsands Stadium last night as the Yorkshiremen came from behind for a 3-1 victory. Redfearn has been told by owner Massimo Cellino that he will go back to his old job as academy manager when a new permanent manager is found to replace Dave Hockaday, with the former Argentina coach and ex-Leeds winger Alex Sabella an improbable candidate, but Redfearn is still making a case for occupying the Elland Road hot seat permanently.
Two attacking full-backs were said to be the reason why Ipswich looked an improved side in beating Millwall at the weekend – and they could hardly have underlined the point better than in last night’s victory over Brighton.
Mark Warburton claims the decision not to award Brentford a penalty was “shocking” and cost his side the game against Norwich.
Borussian Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp was at his madcap, eccentric best after watching his side’s brilliant 2-0 win over Arsenal tonight. Klopp felt his side put in one of their best performances in a long time, and was delighted to see his players execute his tactical plan to ‘near perfection’ against such quality opposition. ‘I […]
In a match which highlighted both Arsenal’s squad deficiencies and Borussia Dortmund’s pure quality in all positions, the German giants took the spoils in a convincing 2-0 victory with opportunities for even more goals having not been converted. Borussia Dortmund … Continue reading →Borrusia Dortmund vs. Arsenal Player Ratings; German Giants Take Win Over Work-In-Progress Arsenal is a post from World Soccer Talk.
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Wednesday Defeat BirminghamVitalfootball: Birmingham: 16/09/2014 21:43:00Birmingham lined up with Donaldson and Thomas up front with Shea and Cotterill to play down the wings. Edgar and Grounds were the centre of the defence after Grant Hall was ruled out. Koby Arthur also
Eventually, it was a good night for Liverpool, as they celebrated their long-awaited return to the Champions League with a 2-1 win over Ludogorets. Mario Balotelli and Steven Gerrard, the goalscorers on the night, took a selfie together in the dressing room afterwards, all smiles and pointing the credit in the other’s direction.