April 3rd, 2011

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Fulham v Blackpool

Manchester City v Sunderland

Napoli v Lazio

Catania v Palermo
 Cesena v Fiorentina
Chievo v Sampdoria
Lecce v Udinese
Parma v Bari

AS Roma v Juventus

la liga,leagues

Deportivo La Coruna v Mallorca
Espanyol v Racing Santander
Levante v Malaga
Real Sociedad v Hercules

Sevilla v Zaragoza

Osasuna v Atletico Madrid


1.FC Cologne v Nurnberg

Wolfsburg v Eintracht Frankfurt

Nice v Lyon
Saint-Etienne v Valenciennes

Lens v Marseille


Olhanense v Associacao Naval
Rio Ave v Vitoria Setubal

Vitoria Guimaraes v Sporting Lisbon

Benfica v FC Porto

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If Fulham fans don't like it they can beat it

Mohamed Al Fayed has told Fulham fans they can "go to hell" if they do not appreciate the new Michael Jackson statue at Craven Cottage.


The Fulham chairman, a close friend of the late singer, has caused controversy after announcing he had decided to place the tribute to Jackson outside the west London club's ground. The statue was commissioned following Jackson's death in June 2009 and was due to be erected at Harrods before Al Fayed sold the Knightsbridge store.

Jackson's links to Fulham are tenuous to say the least – he watched a game there as a guest of Al Fayed in 1999 – while the singer was also dogged by controversy during his lifetime. Despite this, the Fulham chairman has denied claims that the memorial is bizarre and hit back at fans who have spoken against it.

"Why is it bizarre?," he said after the unveiling. "Football fans love it. If some stupid fans don't understand and appreciate such a gift they can go to hell.

"I don't want them to be fans. If they don't understand and don't believe in things I believe in they can go to Chelsea, they can go to anywhere else. People will queue to come and visit it from all over the UK and it is something that I and everybody else should be proud of."

The former Fulham player Kit Symons, who is now Under-18s manager at Fulham, defended Al Fayed's decision. "It is great," he said. "The big thing is it is obviously something that the chairman feels very, very passionately about and he has decided to erect this statue and fair dos to him."

Speaking about the time of Jackson's visit, he added: "It was just happy times. They were great times back then. The chairman obviously used to bring high profile people down the games. Tony Curtis was here a few weeks after and it was just fantastic times."


There's pictures of the statue here.

footballers gone wild

FA to investigate Manchester United's Wayne Rooney for swearing

• FA to make decision tomorrow on Wayne Rooney
• Striker swore at camera while celebrating hat-trick

Wayne Rooney can expect to discover on Monday whether he will face disciplinary action for his swearing into a television camera as he celebrated his hat-trick at West Ham United.

The Manchester United forward's three goals yesterday helped his team to a 4-2 victory at Upton Park, which took them seven points clear at the top of the Premier League.

But, after completing his treble, the striker uttered an audible expletive into a television camera as he celebrated. The Football Association's director Sir Trevor Brooking confirmed on Sunday morning that the governing body will be investigating Rooney's behaviour.

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Bosnia banned from international football

Bosnia-Herzegovina has been suspended from international football and European club competitions after its football federation failed to replace its three-member presidency with a single president.

The leadership of the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina reflects the tripartite presidency of the country, in which power is shared between the country's Muslim, Serbian and Croatian communities - a legacy of the peace deal which ended the former Yugoslav republic's bloody civil war in 1995.

But football world governing body FIFA and European confederation UEFA had demanded that the federation name a single president by a March 31 deadline.

On Friday, FIFA said the federation had "lost all of its membership rights with immediate effect and until further notice".

"FIFA and UEFA deeply regret that this decision had to be taken and will meet shortly to discuss the next steps required to try to bring [Bosnia] back into the football family as soon as possible."

The ruling means Bosnia may not be allowed to continue playing its qualifying matches ahead of the 2012 European Championships. The country is due to play Romania on June 3 and retains hopes of reaching next summer's finals in Poland and Ukraine.

Bosnian club sides would not be able to enter UEFA's Champions League or Europa League competitions unless the suspension is overturned ahead of the beginning of the new season in July.

But federation secretary general Jasmin Bakovic said the situation reflected wider political problems in Bosnia.

"We are simply a part of the general society and [the federation] is just a mirror image of the state," Bakovic told Reuters. "In this country, if you don't meddle with politics, then politics will meddle with you.

"The worst-case scenario would be to have the suspension extended until the end of the year and that would certainly have catastrophic consequences."

Bosnia have never qualified for a major tournament, but they came within a playoff defeat by Portugal of reaching last year's World Cup in South Africa.


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