October 22nd, 2011

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Saturday Spam!

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12:45BST//13:45CEST//07:45EST
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Swansea City

15:00BST//16:00CEST//10:00EST
Aston Villa v West Bromwich Albion
Bolton Wanderers v Sunderland
Newcastle United v Wigan Athletic

17:30BST//18:30CEST//12:30EST
Liverpool v Norwich City

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17:00BST//18:00CEST//12:00EST
Fiorentina v Catania

19:45BST//20:45CEST//14:45EST
Juventus v Genoa

la liga,leagues

17:00BST//18:00CEST//12:00EST
Racing Santander v Espanyol
Sporting Gijon v Granada

19:00BST//20:00CEST//14:00EST
Malaga v Real Madrid

21:00BST//22:00CEST//16:00EST
Barcelona v Sevilla

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14:30BST//15:30CEST//09:30EST
Borussia Dortmund v 1. FC Cologne
Hertha BSC v Mainz
Hoffenheim v Monchengladbach
Kaiserslautern v Freiburg
Nurnberg v Stuttgart

17:30BST//18:30CEST//12:30EST
Hamburger SV v Wolfsburg

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18:00BST//19:00CEST//13:00EST
Bordeaux v Brest
 Caen v Montpellier
 Marseille v Ajaccio
 Nancy v Nice
 Saint-Etienne v Valenciennes

20:00BST//21:00CEST//15:00EST
Lorient v Toulouse

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17:45BT//18:45CEST//12.30EST
VVV Venlo v RKC Waalwijk

18:45BST//19:45CEST//13:45EST
Den Haag v NEC Nijmegen
Excelsior Rotterdam v Heracles Almelo

19:45BST//20:45CEST//14:45EST
FC Utrecht v SC Heerenveen

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What happens when you add Balotelli to fireworks?



Mario Balotelli's remarkable capacity for self-inflicted problems resurfaced on the eve of the Manchester derby when he had to escape from his burning house after a fire caused by letting off fireworks in the bathroom in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Balotelli escaped unhurt but will be summoned to see Roberto Mancini to explain the latest moment of madness in his chequered career. City have been contacted by the fire service and Mancini will want to know what Balotelli was doing putting himself in such a position before their biggest match of the season.

Two fire crews using breathing apparatus put out the flames after being called to Balotelli's house just before 1am on Saturday to deal with what has been described as "a substantial fire" on the first floor. The property, in Mottram St Andrew, Cheshire, sustained serious fire and smoke damage and the police were also called – in part to ensure Balotelli did not go back into the house. The striker is said to have been reluctant to leave his belongings and, at one point, to have run back inside to recover a quantity of money and a suitcase.

Balotelli checked into a Manchester hotel and took part in training as normal at 10am. He has told club officials he and four friends were setting off fireworks through an open window. The bathroom towels set fire and the blaze quickly spread. Balotelli has claimed that one of his friends had set off the firework. That, however, is unlikely to spare him a reprimand from Mancini and a reminder that City's management staff would have expected him to be asleep at that time rather than endangering himself to the possibility of serious injury.

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Lol Balotelli is the gift that just keeps on giving ...
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Klose wants nothing to do with Lazio fan’s Nazi banner

Miroslav Klose became a Lazio hero on Sunday with his late winner against Roma, but he also got a taste of the more unsavory fascist segment of Mussolini's favorite club.

From the AP: An Associated Press photo showed Lazio supporters holding up a banner that said "Klose mit uns"—"Klose with us"—during Sunday's derby with Roma, with the S's written in old German script in the style of the SS.
The phrase is a takeoff on an old military slogan, "Gott mit uns"—"God with us"—that was also used by the Nazis.

The ANSA news agency reports Klose saying, "Football cannot be mixed with politics. Politics should remain outside the stadium."

In other words: "Please don't make Nazi-inspired signs about me."

Hopefully Lazio fans respect Klose's wishes and don't use the German striker (who was born in Poland) to push the Nazi theme any further. The chances of that happening seem pretty slim, though.




Source: Yahoo!Sport

Cross-posted at loewsmiserables
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THIS IS A WOLVES POST

So let me tell you guys!
SOME college football team had homecoming and I had to get up super-early after only three hours of sleep and work it!
AND I WAS SAD.
And my coffee sucked.
AND I WAS MAD.
And then I remembered to check the scores! And the Wolves were playing super-early! Against Swansea!
AND I WAS GLAD.
But they were two points behind with twenty minutes to go.
AND I WAS FREAKING OUT!
But I was like "It's the Wolves they can come back from this. Really. Maybe."
AND I WAS NERVOUS.

So I wait until the game ends to check the score so I can prepare myself for some heartbreak.
AND IT WAS 2-2!
Because my boys scored in the very last six minutes of regular time BACK TO BACK!

AND MY DAY WAS MADE!
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We need some wins again but after the past several games, I'll live with a tie!
(Also orange is so fashionable this time of year. Maybe not Fashun though but definitely fashionable.)