January 26th, 2011

FB: Raul and Guti

Midweek Matchday Matchpost

International - Club Friendlies

Austria Vienna v Dinamo Bucuresti
Ried v Dacia Chisinau

Basel v Wohlen
Bellinzona v Kriens
Neuchatel Xamax v Biel-Bienne
Thun v Lausanne Sports

Lokomotiv Plovdiv v Lech Poznan

RB Salzburg v SV Grödig


Liverpool v Fulham



Birmingham City v West Ham
cups,Serie A

Sampdoria v AC Milan

Napoli v Inter Milan

la liga,cups

Sevilla v Real Madrid

Barcelona v Almeria


Duisburg v Kaiserslautern
Energie Cottbus v Hoffenheim

Alemannia Aachen v Bayern Munich


FC Porto v Nacional

Portugal - Taça de Portugal

Rio Ave v Benfica


Kasimpasa v Bursaspor
Kirikhanspor v Karsiyaka

Denizlispor v Antalyaspor

Gaziantepspor v Sekerspor

Besiktas v Trabzonspor
Manisaspor v Gaziantep BB

Copa Libertadores Qualification

Corinthians v Tolima
Liverpool FC v Gremio

Alianza Lima v Jaguares

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  • noamjen


 Yesterday a curtain jail-bait you ARE going to be hearing about in the coming years scored his first senior goal for Schalke. It was on the 118 minute of a  true nail-baiter game against their good friends from Nurnberg. 

Basically, the miners had every excuse to lose this game: Hunteelar wasn't even named for the squad due to the injury, Jurado was on the bench and it was uncertain whether he will be able to play at all and our RB is off winning the Asian Cup or something else of ill-importance. But, this is bundesliga and so everything is possible and we fucking did it! 

So lets all get our blau und weiss clothes out and celebrate like Royals. 

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Messi does something sweet and as expected the Spanish football federation are JERKS about it

From Yahoo News:

Messi fined for wishing his mother a happy birthday

Once Lionel Messi converted his penalty in Barcelona's 3-0 win over Racing Santander on Saturday, he pulled up his shirt to reveal a message scrawled across his undershirt. It wished his mami a happy birthday for all the cameras to see. A nice gesture from a grateful child to the woman who carried him around inside her body for nine months before enduring labor and allowing the world to be graced with his abilities, but also one that the killjoys at the Spanish football federation felt compelled to punish because of their strict rules against shirt messages.

From Reuters:

The referee did not book the Argentine forward for the celebration but mentioned the action in his match report.

The federation's disciplinary committee punished Messi under their article 91.1 for goal celebrations, which carries a fine of between 2000 and 3000 euros, and awarded him a yellow card.

To someone who makes as much as Messi does, a fine of a couple thousand euros is hardly worth caring about and probably something he knew would happen before doing it. Still, that money could have gone to more Legos. 

Photo: AP

link: sports.yahoo.com/soccer/blog/dirty-tackle/post/Messi-fined-for-wishing-his-mother-a-happy-birth

  • teenny

It is time for laddies night

The USA laddies win the Four Nations Tournament
  • Carli Lloyd and Amy Rodriguez Score for U.S.
  • USA Rebounds From Opening Game Loss To Win Tournament for the Seventh Time
  • Nicole Barnhart Wins Tournament’s Best Goalkeeper Award
  • USA to Regroup in Florida for Training Camp from Feb. 3-9 on Road to 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup

CHONGQING, China (Jan. 25, 2011) – The U.S. Women’s National Team defeated host China PR 2-0 to win the 2011 Four Nations Tournament while getting a first half score from midfielder Carli Lloyd and a second half goal from forward Amy Rodriguez.

After Canada beat Sweden 1-0 in the first match of the evening, the USA needed just a victory against China to tie Canada on points with six apiece and win the tournament based on its head-to-head win over the Canadians two days ago. As it turned out, the USA also finished with the best goal differential of any of the four teams at +2. Canada finished second, China third and Sweden, which defeated the USA in the opening game, but then lost two straight, ended in fourth. (read rest at source)


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