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  1. Re: One over the Eight-y Champions Trophy One over the Eight-y Champions Trophy - Matchday 2 Saturday 26 December Red Group Gimnasia du Jujuy 0 - 0 KAA Gent Le Havre AC 1 - 0 El Nacional Le Havre (6pts) Gimnasia Du Jujuy (2pts) El Nacional (1pt) KAA Gent (1pt) Green Group Willem II 0 - 3 Gimnasia la Plata Maccabi Petach Tikva 1 - 2 Djurgardens IF Gimnasia la Plata (6pts) Djurgaardens IF (6pts) Maccabi Petach Tikva (0pts) Willem II (0pts)
  2. Re: One over the Eight-y Champions Trophy One over the Eight-y Champions Trophy - Matchday 1 Wednesday 23 December Red Group El Nacional 1 - 1 Gimnasia du Jujuy KAA Gent 0 - 2 Le Havre AC Green Group Djurgardens IF 2 - 1 Willem II Gimnasia la Plata 2 - 0 Maccabi Petach Tikva
  3. Re: One over the Eight-y Champions Trophy One over the Eight-y Champions Trophy - Matchday 1 Wednesday 23 December Red Group El Nacional (Ecu) vs. Gimnasia du Jujuy (Arg) KAA Gent (Bel) vs. Le Havre AC (Fra) Green Group Djurgardens IF (Swe) vs. Willem II (Ned) Gimnasia la Plata (Arg) vs. Maccabi Petach Tikva (Isr)
  4. One Over The Eight-y Champions Trophy To celebrate this set-up reaching season 10, there will be a competition between all the former Champions. The continued success of this set-up is due to 100% of clubs being managed. The eight former champion clubs will be split into two groups of 4 and will play home and away in a round robin format. Matches will be played on friendly dates beginning Tuesday 23 December. Group winners will play the runners-up from the other group in the semi-finals. Draw for the first round; Red Group: El Nacional (Ecuador), Gimnasia du Jujuy (Argentina), KAA Gent (Belgium) and Le Havre (France) Green Group: Djurgardens IF (Sweden), Willem II (Netherlands), Gimnasia la Plata (Argentina) and Maccabi Petach Tikva (Israel) The winning manager will receive a retro shirt of the country the club comes from.
  5. Re: New Set-Up "Euro SuperLeague III" Come on Guys....Most of the big boys left....Priority to Gold Members
  6. Re: New Set-Up "Euro SuperLeague III" Ok Guys....League is set up....GO CRAZY!!!!
  7. Re: New Set-Up "Euro SuperLeague III" Hi.... It's first come first served so you can take your chance of being quick off the mark and have a club in the set up. It will probably go live sometime Sunday/Monday depending on when SM can fit it in. Gold members will get priority
  8. Hi Guys.... Not been on for a while as i was not interested in setting up anymore Leagues. Changed my mind when SM added the free International teams to custom set-ups. So, i will be looking for managers for my new "Euro SuperLeague III" set-up and would obviously prefer Gold members as they are the only ones able to manager any of the International teams in the set-up. Please do not ask for a club before the league is set-up, it will be first come first served with Gold members given priority. The Clubs in the set-up are as follows; Division 1 Arsenal AS Roma Bayern Munchen Chelsea FC Barcelona Manchester United Milan Real Madrid (Setup Owner) Sevilla Werder Bremen Division 2 Espanyol Everton FC Schalke 04 Hamburger SV Internazionale Juventus Liverpool Tottenham Hotspur Valencia Villarreal Division 3 Aston Villa Atletico Madrid Fiorentina Manchester City Olympique Lyon Porto Sampdoria Shakhtar Donetsk Vfb Stuttgart Vfl Wolfsburg I will buy the new league 2 moro, Sunday 4 Oct
  9. Re: Ross Forbes Just been voted SPL Young Player of the Month !!
  10. Re: Auld Alliance '09 - Results/Tables/Transfers Auld Alliance ‘09 Week 2 - Division One DANDY DONS LEAVE BORDEAUX RED ABERDEEN 4 (D Mackie(2), J Smith, M Kerr) BORDEAUX 1 (F Cavenaghi) Attendance: 13,296 ------------------ Press Conference Aberdeen Manager Binky Fuzziewugs: "I am obviously delighted and proud of the way the boys played tonight. We knew it would be cagey early on but as the game wore on we beacame more confident that we could hurt them. Darren Mackie took his goals well and this will be a huge confidence boost to him to have scored twice against a team like Bordeaux. I'm a bit disappointed in the way we lost the goal but we struck back almost immediately and that gave us a tremendous boost just before half-time. We now travel to Saint-Etienne as league leaders, who would have thought that?" Bordeaux Manager Gordon McCubbing: "There will be changes, other than that...NO COMMENT" AJA TRUMP HEARTS AJ AUXERRE 3 (I Jelen, S Grichting, D Niculae) HEARTS 1 (C Nade) Attendance: 11,791 ------------- Press Conference AJ Auxerre Manager Brad Sylve: "A comprehensive performance and one we are delighted with, especially after losing an early goal. We didnt panic, kept the ball on the deck and stayed with our beliefs. To get back into the game so soon was a bonus and once we were level i knew there was only going to be one winner. The real disappointment is that Steve Pienaar will be out for the rest of the season after breaking his ankle. We wish him well in his recovery from this nasty injury" Hearts Manager Carter Dougherty: "We started really well and i thought we deserved to take the lead early on but we seemed to lose concentration and let Auxerre back into the game almost immediately, a cardinal sin! Auxerre took great confidence from this and to be truthful probably deserved the 3 points. We now have to travel to Ibrox and face Rangers, which will be tough but the guys have confidence in their ability to survive in this league. We will click sooner rather than later" LES VERTS HELD BY L'OM AS SAINT-ETIENNE 1 (Y Hautcoeur) MARSEILLE 1 (B Kone) Attendance: 27,126 ------------- Press Conference AS Saint-Etienne Manager George Baker: "A very disappointing performance on the whole as we never really got our passing game going. We thought we could build on last weeks win in Bordeaux but it wasn't to be, unfortunately. Marseille kept the ball well and made us do a lot pressing and covering ground and that told in the latter stages of the match when they did look the more likely team to score a winner. We dust ourselves down though, we are unbeaten so far, and look forward to the next challenege when the league leaders, Aberdeen, come here." Marseille Manager Dan Hauser: "Very happy with the performance but a little disappointed with the result. I tought we done enough to win but a point away from home in this league is not to be sniffed at. Once in front i thought we would go on to win the game but we were a bit sloppy at their goal by not closing down Hautcoeur and giving him plenty of time to pick his spot. The lad did finish it well though. We now travel again, this time to AJ Auxerre and will be looking for a similair performance but hopefully a more positive result" BOMBER BROWN DOWNS 'GERS CELTIC 1 (S Brown) RANGERS 0 Attendance: 57,946 ------------- Press Conference: Celtic Manager Bradley Stone: "I thought we dominated the game from the first whistle and i was a little nervous as we couln't convert the chances we made whilst being so much on top of Rangers, you always think these missed chances would come back and haunt you. Scott Brown never stopped running and i thought his performance deseved a positive outcome and i was delighted it was him who seperated the teams at the end. The goal was a bit scrappy but in these derby matches it dosen't matter how they go in! Rangers Manager Dave Carr: "Very unhappy with the performance and i think the atmosphere got to a lot of the new players we have brought into the club as i don't think they would have experienced this type of pressure anywhere else. We will pick ourselves up and look forward to the visit of Heats on Sunday. They are a difficult side to play against but we have the players to get the right result in front of our own fans"
  11.  Auld Alliance ‘09  Week One Results First Division Bordeaux 1 : Yoan Gourcuff (2) AS Saint-Etienne 2 : Eidur Gudjohnsen (11), Blaise Matuidi (41) Hearts 1 : Laryea Kingston (52) Aberdeen 1 : Sone Aluko (73) Olympique Marseille 0 Celtic 0 Rangers 1 : De Marcus Beasley (53) AJ Auxerre 1 : Issa Ba (1) Second Division AC Ajaccio 3 : Christophe Metzelder (47), Federico Poggi (52), Julien Viale (81) St Johnstone 0 Hibernian 0 Motherwell 1 : Stephen Hughes (78) RC Lens 2 : Louis Saha (50), Geoffrey Doumeng (84) Nantes 2 : Massimo Gobbi (4), Mamadou Bagayoko (7) Sochaux 0 Dundee United 1 : Craig Conway (89) Latest Transfer News Aberdeen: Emiliano INSUA (Liverpool), Rohde FELIPE MATTIONI (Milan), Fabian DELPH (Leeds United). AC Ajaccio: Dusko TOSIC (Werder Bremen), Christoph METZELDER (Real Madrid), Herve TUM (Sivasspor) AJ Auxerre: Andrea DOSSENA (Liverpool), Renato PAULO FERREIRA (Chelsea), Steven PIENAAR (Everton). AS Saint-Etienne: Eidur GUDJOHNSEN (Barcelona), Walter SAMUEL (Internazionale), Giovanni PASQUALE (Udinese). Bordeaux: Gomez MIGUL TORRES (Real Madrid), Wilfred BOUMA (Aston Villa), Adriano FERREIRA PINTO (Atalanta). Celtic: Arthur BOKA (Vfb Stuttgart), Daniele BONERA (Milan), Martin PETROV (Manchester City), Michael OWEN (Newcastle United), Silva Ferreira ARI (AZ), Vincenzo IAQUINTA (Juventus) Dundee United: Darren BARR (Falkirk) Hearts: Steve CHERUNDOLO (Hannover 96), Francesco MODESTO (Genoa). Hibernian: James McCarthy (Hamilton Academical), Wes BROWN (Manchester United), Njitap GEREMI (Newcastle United) Motherwell: Alberto WALTER LOPEZ (West Ham United), Miguel COMMINGES (Cardiff City), Zoltan BOOR (Raba ETO Gyor), Kevin ARTMANN (Werder Bremen). Nantes: Ludovic MAGNIN (Vfb Stuttgart), Massimo GOBBI (Fiorentina), Timo HILDEBRAND (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim). Olympique Marseille: Marco MARCHIONNI (Juventus), Tim de CLER (Feyenoord), Mauuel FRIEDRICH (Bayer Leverkusen). Rangers: Mateo FERRARI (Genoa), Nicolas ANELKA (Chelsea), Oleksiy HAI (Shakhtar Donetsk), Wayne BRIDGE (Manchester City). RC Lens: Pascal CHIMBONDA (Tottenham Hotspur), Miguel RICARDO COSTA (Vfl Wolfsburg), Louis SAHA (Everton). Sochaux: Harry KEWELL (Galatasaray), Mirko PIERI (Sampdoria), St Johnstone: Siva NEYMAR (Santos), de Souza DOUGLAS COSTA (Gremio), Jose BAXTER (Everton), Pereira da Silva FABIO (Manchester United), Kamil CONTOFALSKY (Zenit), Marc MUNIESA (Barcelona)
  12. Re: NEW SET UP - Anglo-Italian Premier 'A' Two teams to go.... .....Portsmouth & Palermo
  13. Re: NEW SET UP - Anglo-Italian Premier 'A' There will be a Transfer Window between turns 1 - 7 and there will be no buying players over the age of 34....apart from that there is no other rules...Go Crazy in Spain !!!
  15. NEW SET-UP ANGLO-ITALIAN PREMIER 'A' Top 12 teams from the English & Italian Leagues, split into 3 divisions of 8 teams I will be starting of with INTERNAZIONALE 23 Serious Managers wanted for this Set-Up I will let everyone know when the Set-Up goes Live!!! :DPlease do not ask for a club as it will be first come first served
  16. Re: Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I : Transfers, News and Results Thread Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I - Matchday 3 Division One Arsenal 0 - 1 Sevilla In a tight match at the Emirates, it was as Manuel ALMUNIA error which split the sides when he spilled a Luis FABIANO shot into the path of Gonzalez JESUS NAVAS on 32 minutes. The young winger finished clinically, leaving the German keeper red faced. There was not much between the sides and Arsenal will be left feeling aggrieved at not picking up a share of the spoils after putting a lot of effort in chasing an equaliser. Ex Spurs striker Frederic KANOUTE almost rubbed salt into the Gunners wounds when he smashed a shot against the bar near the end. Chelsea 3 - 3 Manchester United Chelsea came from 3-1 down to snatch an unlikely draw against Manchester United after they were outplayed for most of the match. Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIC gave the home side an early lead but three goals in 16 minutes put the Red Devils in complete charge. Wayne ROONEY and a Cristiano RONALDO double looked like taking all three points back up the M6 before Chelsea came roaring back into the game. Lukas PODOLSKI came of the bench to fire the Blues back into the game before IBRAHIMOVIC's second goal drew the home side level with nine minutes left on the clock. United almost stole the points when young Darren Gibson grazed the crossbar with a header on 87 minutes. A top class match with top class players playing top class football, both teams must be among the favourites for this seasons honours Deportivo La Coruna 0 - 1 Real Madrid In one of the most one-sided games you are ever likely see, Real Madrid needed a terrible fumble by the Deportivo keeper Daniel ARANZUBIA to gift them the three points. For all their possession, Real never really troubled the home side’s goal, until that error by the keeper early in the second half, when Gonzalez RAUL pounced and bulged the net. Deportivo never got a foothold in the game and Coach McCubbing is a worried man with his teams early season form, a long season at the wrong end of the table beckons. Liverpool 1 - 3 Barcelona He came, he saw, he conquered!..Lionel MESSI’s third Man of the Match performance in as many matches saw the little Argentinian genius torment the Liverpool for the whole 90 minutes and he orchestrated a great away win for the Catalans. Goals by Yuri ZHIRKOV, Martin CACERES and XAVI was more than enough to take the points as the Kop were stunned into silence by the performance of Barcelona, Diego MILITO’s strike was never going to be enough for the home side to stem the tide of MESSI, KAKA et al. Barcelona seem to be getting into their stride after a slow start to the season and will be near the front of the queue when the prizes are handed out at the end on the season. Manchester City 3 - 0 Atletico Madrid Two goals in the first seven minutes pretty much decided this match as the home side hit Atletico straight from the off. Vincent KOMPANY and Shaun WRIGHT-PHILLIPS both hit stunning goals to leave the visitors a mountain to climb. Once they settled, Atletico then came more into the game and dominated for large parts without really threatening the Sky Blues back line. Richard DUNNE put the icing on the cake in the 85th minute when City hit the visitors on the break to make it 3-0. A very unfair reflection on the game as Atletico certainly didn’t deserve to lose by such a large margin. Tottenham Hotspur 0 - 0 Villarreal Tottenham Coach Michael Shatner would have been bitterly disappointed with his teams performance against a Villarreal team who had been completely outplayed in their first two games. In a first half which was dominated by the visitors, it was Spurs who had the best chance when on- loan striker Perez BOJAN KRKIC rattled the post on 32 minutes but that was as close as the home side would come. Jeremie ALIADIERE had Villarreal’s best three chances but his finishing let him down, pretty much the story of his career. Coach Gray will be happy with his sides performance as it was easily their best of the season so far. Valencia 0 - 2 Aston Villa Probably the shock result of the round as Villa left the The Mestalla with all three points after a fantastic team performance. The visitors 3-5-2 line up stifled Valencia and the Spaniards were never really in the game. Second half goals from Marlon HAREWOOD and Stiliyan PETROV made the game safe for Villa and with a home game against Liverpool this evening, Coach Jenks will be looking to build on this fantastic performance. They will have to do without defender Martin LAURSEN for about five weeks after he tore his groin muscle, missing Villa's next 12 matches.
  17. Re: Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I : Transfers, News and Results Thread Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I - Matchday 3 Division Two Bolton Wanderers 0 Fulham 1 (A Johnston 1) Espanyol 2 (I De la Pena 60, 78) Mddlesborough 0 Getafe 2 (M Camoranesi 15, D Cata Diaz 69) Wolerhampton Wanderers 1 (D Rosa 5) Hull City 0 Everton 1 (T Cahill 15) Newcastle United 1 (M Owen 84) Salmanca 0 Valladolid 0 Real Sociedad 1 (O Mikel Alonso 60) Zaragoza 1 (Ricardo Oliveira 23) Osasuna 2 (D Guiza 39, 60)
  18. Re: Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I : Transfers, News and Results Thread Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I - Matchday 2 Division Two Bolton Wanderers 2 - 0 Real Socieded Espanyol 2 - 2 Osasuna Fulham 2 - 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers Getafe 0 - 1 Everton Hull City 1 - 1 Middlesborough Newcastle United 1 - 1 Zaragoza Valladolid 2 - 1 Salamanca
  19. Re: Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I : Transfers, News and Results Thread Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I - Matchday 2 Reports Division One Arsenal 1 - 2 Real Madrid A massive result for Madrid after their shock home defeat to Tottenham Hotspur in week one. The visitors pretty much dominated thr match straight from the kick off and it was a surprise that it took 44 minutes for them to make the important breakthrough. Gonzalez RAUL was in the right place to tap home after the ball came back off the crossbar. Franck RIBERY made the points safe when he left Manuel ALMUNIA helpless from close range. A late Robin van PERSIE goal made life a little uncomfortable Madrid in the last few but they managed to hold on and take all three points back to Spain. Atletico Madrid 3 - 2 Sevilla A fantastic match at the Vicente Calderon saw Atletico scrape home and secure all three points, Star man was Sergio AGUERO who led the line superbly and also managed to score twice, the first from about a yard and the other, a fantastic strike from 25 yards!!. Sevilla struck first when Correia ADRIANO ran through the defence and smashed the ball into the net past Hugo LLORIS before AGUERO's double put the home side in front. A minute before half time Adrian MUTU's chip caused all sorts of problems for the keeper and the ball ended up in the Madrid net to send the teams in level at half-time. Diego FORLAN's solo effort in the 51st minute proved to be the winner as both teams has plenty chances but couldn't put any away. Chelsea 3 - 0 Liverpool Chelsea's fantastic start to the season continued as they blew away Liverpool with a great display of attacking football. The Reds held the home team at bay until the last five minutes of the first half when a quickfire Michael BALLACK double knocked the stuffing out of them. The first came from a corner when he was left unmarked and he powered home a header from close range, the second was a sublime strike from 25 yards which left Pepe REINA rooted to the spot. The second half was almost the same as the first with Chelsea battering at the visitors defence and it was no surprise when Ricardo QUARESMA scored his first goal for the club when he finished well in the 58th minute. Chelsea are now the bookies favourites to win the title this season and it's going to take a very good team to beat them. Xabi ALONSO left the field injured and will miss Liverpool's next two league matches. Deportivo La Coruna 1 - 1 Aston Villa A very disappointing match ended with boos and jeers coming from the crowd after both sides found it difficult to get any rhythm into their play. It was the home side who made the best chances in the first half and they hit the front when Omar BRAVO beat a couple of defenders and slid the ball past Brad FRIEDEL in the Villa goal. That was about the only bright spot in a turgid half. Villa came more into it in the second half and were rewarded when Marlon HAREWOOD headed home a deep Gareth BARRY cross midway on 66 minutes. Nothing much happened after that and both sides will be happy to have played so bad and come away with a point. Manchester City 2 - 0 Villarreal Goals from defenders Michael BALL and Richard DUNNE handed Villarreal their second successive defeat of the season at a packed Eastlands. City dominated a very disappointing visiting team and a no stage were the home side under any real pressure and fully desrerved the victory but coach ROBERTS might be a bit concerned that it took two of his defenders to break down the Villarreal rearguard. It was also two defensive errors that handed the home side their goals so i think the forwards will be put through their paces at training before their next match at home against Atletico Madrid. Another worry for the coach will be the fact that Mwaruwari BENJANI will be out for at least three weeks with an ankle injury. Tottenham Hotspur 1 - 0 Manchester United Tottenham maintained their 100% start to the season with their second win against one of the title favourites, last week they won at Real Madrid and this week they defeated the might Manchester United with a brand of football that is pleasing on the eye. The only goal was a bit scrappy though as Didier ZOKORA was on hand to punish an Edwin van der SAR fumble after he failed to hold a long range Luka MODRIC strike in the 36th minute. The most pleasing thing for coach SHATNER will be the fact the defence has now two clean sheets against two of the best forward lines in the league. Spurs will be looking to continue the run against a very disappointng Villarreal team next time out. Valencia 2 - 1 Barcelona Despite a Man of the Match performance from Lionel MESSI, Barcelona are still waiting for their first win of the season after another frustrating display. The visitors defence was constantly caught out by the pace of the Valencia attack and were two down by the 21st minute after goals by Fernando MORIENTES and Sanchez DAVID VILLA put the home side in the driving seat. Barcelona did improve in the second half but they didn't cause the Valencia rearguard much trouble until the 79th minute when the impressive MESSI scored with a contender for goal of the season! Too little too late for the visitors as they search for their first league win of the season and an injury to Aleksandr HLEB won't help as he will miss the next six games. Valencia's Sanchez JOAQUIN will miss tonights match with Aston Villa due to a injured foot.
  20. Re: Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I : Transfers, News and Results Thread Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I - Cup Draw First Round Arsenal vs. Villarreal Aston Villa vs. Salamanca Atletico Madrid vs. Fulham Bolton Wanderers vs. Valladolid Espanyol vs. Real Madrid Manchester City vs. Chelsea Manchester United vs. Barcelona Newcastle United vs. Zaragoza Osasuna vs. Liverpool Real Sociedad vs. Getafe Sevilla vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers Tottenham Hotspur vs. Hull City Following teams receive a bye into the second round; Deportivo La Coruna, Everton, Middlesborough and Valencia Matches to be played on Tuesday 20th January
  21. Re: Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I : Transfers, News and Results Thread Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I - Matchday 1 Results Division Two Everton 2 - 0 Valladolid Middlesborough 0 - 1 Newcastle United Osasuna 2 - 1 Fulham Real Sociedad 2 - 0 Getafe Salamanca 2 - 0 Hull City Wolvehampton Wanderers 2 - 2 Bolton Wanderers Zaragoza 1 - 2 Espanyol
  22. Re: Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I : Transfers, News and Results Thread Anglo-Spanish PremierLiga I - Matchday 1 Reports Division One Aston Villa 0 - 2 Chelsea A fantastic start to the season for the new look Chelsea side as they brushed aside Villa. Early goals from Michael BALLACK and new signing Karim BENZEMA were enough to take all three points back to London. This Chelsea side look like they will be challenging for honours this season. Villa’s Gabriel AGBONLAHOR and the visitors’ Gianluca ZAMBROTTA both received a red card in the second half. Barcelona 0 - 0 Atletico Madrid A very disappointing game at the Camp Nou between these two Spanish giants. A goalless draw was about all these teams deserved, both will have to improve a great deal next time out. Central defenders Carlos PUYOL and Diego MILITO both picked up injuries and will most likely miss Barca’s next game away to Valencia. Liverpool 1 - 0 Valencia A late Albert RIERA goal sent the Kop home happy after a match in which neither side dominated. Coach Ben MCFC will delighted with the three points more than the performance and will be looking to improve as the season unravels. Manchester United 1 - 1 Deportivo La Coruna United looked in trouble midway through the first half when Andres GUARDADO waltzed through the Red Devils defence to put the Spaniards one nil in front and four minutes later Paul SCHOLES was red-carded for a professional foul. Deportivo failed to capitalise and were caught out by a fantastic Cristiano RONALDO goal midway through the second half and were lucky to go home with a point after Wayne ROONEY rattled the crossbar in the 84th minute. Real Madrid 0 - 1 Tottenham Hotspur Tottenham produced the performance of the week with a fantastic one nil win at the Bernabeu which silenced the 80,000 crowd and sent them home to cry into their San Miguels!! Rafael VAN DER VAART twice hit the crossbar in the first half for the home side and that was as near as they came.. In the 64th minute the Madrid defence was caught napping as GILBERTO lobbed Iker CASILLAS to steal the points and take all three points back to North London. Sevilla 1 - 1 Manchester City The Sky Blues looked to have secured a famous win and after dominating the early play they hit the front when JO finished well after some lovely play by ROBINHO on the left wing. City continued to take the game to Sevilla but were punished for not taking their chances when Adrian MUTU fired home to secure an unlikely draw for the hosts. Villarreal 1 - 2 Arsenal Arsenal came to the El Madrigal and completely outclassed the home side and took home three points very easily. Robin VAN PERSIE scored early in both halves and was unlucky with another three attempts as the Gunners over ran their hosts. A Guiseppe ROSSI strike gave Villarreal hope but the visitors defence held firm to see out the game.
  23. Re: UEFA Cup Winners Cup League Thanks for that, can i have Kiev?
  24. Re: World War Three Hi.... If there iare spaces left i'll go with the axis....Zenit:confused:
  25. Re: UEFA Cup Winners Cup League Hi Guys.... What teams are left?...add me in and i'll take one of the smaller ones
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