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  1. Arsenal v Birmingham City Live

    Arsenal vs Birmingham Carling Cup Final Wembley Stadium, London Sunday 27th February, 2011 15:00 BST By kick-off on Sunday afternoon, five years, 9 months and 6 days will have passed us all by since Patrick Vieira clipped his winning penalty …


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  2. Marseille v Manchester United Live

    Bolstered by injuries to key personnel at Manchester United and their lacklustre away form, Marseille will be going all-out to beat the Red Devils in the first leg. The game is United’s first of four straight away matches, and they need to start winning these games if they are to succeed in Europe / win the league title this season.


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  3. GGOAL Review – A Football Strategy Game

    “GGOAL is a tactical/strategic browser game, where different players can experience a real challenge on a soccer chessboard of sorts. The main feature of GGOAL is the appropriate management of the on-field players. It is possible to move your own …


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  4. GGOAL – Where Football Meets Chess

    “GGOAL is a tactical/strategic browser game, where different players can experience a real challenge on a soccer chessboard of sorts. The main feature of GGOAL is the appropriate management of the on-field players. It is possible to move your own …


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  5. Manchester United and Chelsea plot Champions League success

    Watching their respective seasons unfold, it seems unlikely that either Chelsea or Manchester United will be celebrating at Wembley come 28 May 2011. It’s not to say that they’re not capable of winning the Champions League – only Arsenal, Barcelona, Real Madrid and…ahem…Tottenham stand as genuine contenders alongside them – but all signs so far point to an almighty struggle to reach their league objectives and no luck on the European front.

    Having said that, if you had to bet on the two Premier League teams most likely to win the Champions League at the start of the season, it would have been Manchester United and Chelsea, and if they can turn their average form around and their players start earning their hefty paycheques, a last-eight / last-four berth awaits at least one of these two sides.

    Hey, at least they’ve got it easier than Arsenal, right?


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  6. Lyon v Real Madrid Live

    We’ve heard it all before – Madrid will finally end Lyon’s unbeaten run against them. No, seriously, with Jose Mourinho at the helm, Madrid can really beat Lyon. Except we heard that with Barcelona, too, and no points for guessing how that went.

    Madrid have new players, they have Mourinho, and they have all the expectations in the world weighing on them. It’s the kind of game Madrid need to win if they are to be taken as seriously as they tend to take themselves (actually, the game to win would be Barcelona at Camp Nou, but Madrid aren’t in a position to pick and choose).

    A 1-1 draw then?


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