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  1. Tottenham Hotspur v AC Milan Live

    Tottenham registered a memorable 1-0 win away at the San Siro in the first leg of this tie, but have lost their way in the Premier League since then, looking unlikely to finish in the top 4 this season. Milan haven’t fared much better in terms of performances but they are top of the table and leading the title race against Inter.

    But it’s not just about Champions League qualification – it’s about fulfilling your potential, pride and history – one club trying to make it, the other trying to revive it. Milan will have to considerably raise their game even if Tottenham are not at their best.


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  2. Best FIFA Soundtracks

    EA Sports’ first version of FIFA was released in July 1993 and it was called FIFA International Soccer. There were games like Sensible Soccer, Kick Off and Match Day already competing in the market for the football video games since …


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  3. Barcelona v Arsenal Live

    The absence of key Barcelona defenders, Guardiola’s back problem, Arsenal’s 2-1 lead and a new-found confidence in the domestic league means that the Gunners travel to Camp Nou looking forward to upsetting the Spanish club. Although you cannot discount Barcelona’s attacking prowess – and indeed the match could be over in the first half – Arsenal have the quality to at least score once in the second leg – and given their 1-goal advantage from the first leg, it all points to a close and most-watchable Champions League match.


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  4. Reina, Liverpool and Fan Loyalty

    Yesterday, an interview of Liverpool’s talented goalkeeper Pepe Reina was published by Sid Lowe in the guardian, one in which Pepe couldn’t be said to have been much less then honest about his future at Anfield. ‘So could Reina find …


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  5. Football Stadiums And Naming Rights

    I have no issues with stadium naming rights as long as they are done for the right reasons. A long term commercial partnership for instance. You cannot have a better example than the Reebok. It has never had a different name, and as long as Reebok are in business I doubt it ever will. A local company who saw the synergy in their brand and Bolton Wanderers. A perfect match. The Walkers Stadium certainly fits into the Bolton mould of a local company and a football club working together, with Gary Lineker the glue that binds them together.


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