October 30th, 2010


ontd_inter post!!!

Inter Goalkeeper Julio Cesar Has Injury Concern Ahead Of Champions League Clash With Tottenham

Inter goalkeeper Julio Cesar is concerned an injury he sustained during the 1-0 win over Genoa on Friday could force him to miss the Champions League clash at Tottenham next week.

"I am sorry for my injury. I was really well and focussed. Lets hope well, I will have a scan," he told the press after the game.

"I can feel it, I put some ice on the injury, and I hope its nothing serious."

The win arrived via an unlikely source in substitute Sulley Muntari.

"It was fundamental to beat Genoa ahead of our Champions League match," added the Brazilian. "Now we have to focus on that, we want to win our group."


Benitez: "We showed great character"

GENOA - After Friday night's match between Genoa and Inter, Rafa Benitez commented on his team's 1-0 win and also spoke about the injury situation.

"Lucio limped off at the end but he is fine. Cambiasso and Julio Cesar will have to undergo tests and then we will see," said the Spanish coach.

"It was a difficult game tonight against a team that did well and never stopped attacking, but we showed character.

"There were five or six situations in which we could have done better, but it still went well tonight. However, we have to be more incisive.

"Biabiany improving? He always finds more spaces away from home. Milito? It was obviously an idea to bring him on, but with the injuries it wasn't possible.

"Who will I be supporting out of Milan and Juventus tomorrow night? I always prefer to support Inter (smiles). Would a draw be good. Yes, it could be..."


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film • and i choose kill

I'll buy you flowers, I'll pour you wine.

Hai!! I've matched up people-to-people for the Secret Santa assignments that y'all signed up to, so hopefully you should all have something waiting for you in your inboxes! If not, do check your Junk Mail, and if it's not there, tell me (comments screened) and I'll re-send it.

Also, I couldn't send five of them out as I realised you didn't give me your e-mails. So if you're one of the five, do jot your e-mails down please :)))


No new Liverpool posts in over 23 hours? What is this madness?!

Coming to a cinema DVD section of HMV near you soon - Reds and Blues

A film about the rivalry between liverpool and everton supporters from the people who made 15 Minutes That Shook the World

Featuring many cameos from ex Red & Blue players including Howard Kendall as the Blue Bishop and Ian St John as the Red Saint whilst other Red & Blue cameos include, Phil Thompson, Alan Kennedy, John Aldridge, Jimmy Case, Tommy Smith, Mark Ward, Stuart Barlow, Graham Stuart and Derek Mountfield.

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Bow down for one of the classiest football club owners around

About a week ago the mods on RAWK started a topic asking liverpool fans for questions for NESV. Our lovely, humble, intelligent and all-round amazing new owner John W Henry sent back his answers for some of the questions yesterday.


1. Given that financially there are far more reliable investments. What motivates you to invest in and buy sports clubs?
We are an organization filled with people who are driven to compete at the highest level. There certainly are better investments than sports clubs, but we know that everything we do has meaning to large numbers of people. And what we do has meaning for us. We wake up every day thinking about what we can do improve our chances of winning a championship. It’s incredibly interesting and we really enjoy working together toward a common goal.

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FB: Sergio Worth It

"Is Flo dancing naked yet?" - MDC



15:00 GMT
Arsenal vs West Ham
15:00 GMT Blackburn Rovers vs Chelsea
15:00 GMT Everton vs Stoke City
15:00 GMT Fulham vs Wigan Athletic
15:00 GMT Wolves vs Manchester City
17:30 GMT Manchester United vs Spurs


18:00 CET
AS Roma vs Lecce
20:45 CET AC Milan vs Juventus


18:00 CET Valencia vs Zaragoza
20:00 CET Hercules vs Real Madrid
22:00 CET Barcelona vs Sevilla


15:30 CET 1. FC Cologne vs Hamburger SV
15:30 CET Kaiserslautern vs Monchengladbach
15:30 CET St. Pauli vs Eintracht Frankfurt
15:30 CET Werder Bremen vs Nurnberg
15:30 CET Wolfsburg vs Stuttgart
18:30 CET Schalke vs Bayer Leverkusen
19:00 CET Auxerre vs Nice
19:00 CET Brest vs Saint-Etienne
19:00 CET Caen vs Nancy
19:00 CET Lorient vs Arles-Avignon
19:00 CET Lyon vs Sochaux
19:00 CET Toulouse vs Lens
21:00 CET Marseille vs Rennes

time zone converter:
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I was in the middle of having Wilshere time + then this popped up

Well it IS from The Sun but who would lie about this ?!

WONDERKID Jack Wilshere has been offered a new double-your-money deal to stay at Arsenal.

Boss Arsene Wenger revealed yesterday he hopes to pin the midfielder, 18, to a longer contract because his current agreement runs out in 18 months' time.

Wilshere, who came through the Gunners Academy, made his England debut in a friendly against Hungary this summer and is regarded as a huge talent.

And Arsenal are now ready to double his salary - up to around £40,000 a week - in a new six-year deal to make sure he is not lured away.

Wenger said: "We are confident we will get Jack on a longer contract very quickly and hope we can announce it soon. He has had a great start to the season. There is a touch of Liam Brady about him although maybe Liam is not too happy about that!"

Wilshere will miss today's clash against West Ham as he serves the final game of a three-match ban after being sent off for a late challenge on Birmingham's Nikola Zigic.

Wenger added: "He's been bored not playing football. When you're on such a high playing with all the excitement from game to game it's difficult when it suddenly stops."

Source: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/sport/football/3203550/Jack-Wilshere-to-get-new-Arsenal-deal.html#ixzz13rGzexek

£40,000 a week? At the age of 18? FML!
But i can't actually see Jack playing for another team so im happy for him :)
Queen Guinevere in Green 2 [Halloween]

Ronaldo double rescues Real Madrid; Milan crash to Juventus defeat

(CNN) -- Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi continued their hot goalscoring runs as Real Madrid and Barcelona moved ominously clear of their La Liga rivals in Spain on Saturday night.

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