Debutant Macheda sends Manchester United back to the top, Sven a potential Chelsea target, Nostradamus predicts the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals, and more

I’m sure you can guess who grabbed the majority of the headlines on Sunday, but in case you happened to be away from your computer or the TV on Sunday, get caught up on that and on what else you shouldn’t have missed.

Manchester United Late Show Stuns Aston Villa

Federico Macheda may or may not be a future star at Manchester United, but he certainly secured his place in United lore by scoring an injury-time winner to beat Aston Villa 3-2 and send United back to the top of the Premier League table.

Get Your Macheda Shirts

Score a match-winning goal on your debut for Manchester United, and get your own shirt. Not a bad day for a 17-year-old, huh?

Should Macheda Get More First-Team Appearances?

After netting the winner on his debut, will the youngster be on the pitch more for United during the stretch run? Give your opinions on this topic in the SL forum.

Could Eriksson Be a Candidate for Chelsea Post?

You can’t expect Sven-Goran Eriksson to be out of work for too long, and the chances are high that he could make a return to the Premier League. Could he be in the frame for the Chelsea job?

Adams’ Sacking a Turning Point for Portsmouth

Safety isn’t a certainty for Portsmouth just yet, but their improvement since the sacking of Tony Adams in February has put them in an excellent position to stay in the top flight.

Nostradamus Previews the UEFA Champions League Quarterfinals

Everyone’s favorite prophet does sports too. Who knew?

The Offside’s Weekend Quiz: Answers

The Offside’s weekend quiz was all about footballers’ tattoos – how well did you know the baller body art?

WAG of the Day: Chelsea White

Today’s bodacious babe is former child model Chelsea White, who as you will be able to see, is all grown up.

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2008-2009 UEFA Champions League - Quarter-finals Preview