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Ronaldinho shines as Barcelona go clear at top

Published on March 31, 2007 by in Uncategorized

3/31/2007 Mark Elkington MADRID (Reuters) – Barcelona turned on the style to pull three points clear at the top of the Primera Liga with a 2-1 win over Deportivo Coruna on Saturday. Brazilian playmaker Ronaldinho, who has been at the centre of intense media speculation over his future, helped set up goals for Lionel Messi

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Relief as Kalou pulls Chelsea back from the brink

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Angus MacKinnon April 1, 2007 LONDON (AFP) – Jose Mourinho admitted that Chelsea had been on the brink of surrendering their Premiership title on Saturday after he was forced to wait until the 93rd minute before Salomon Kalou grabbed the winner at bottom side Watford. Just as it seemed that Watford had done enough to

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Paul Scholes fires United closer to title

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Ian Whittell March 31, 2007 MANCHESTER, England (AFP) – A Paul Scholes-inspired recovery saw Manchester United blitz Blackburn with four second-half goals on Saturday as the Red Devils edged another step closer to reclaiming the Premiership title. Scholes proved the missing spark United had so sorely lacked in the first period as he took over

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Peter Crouch puts Gunners to the sword

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Neil Johnston March 31, 2007 LIVERPOOL, England (AFP) – Peter Crouch hit a classic hat-trick as Liverpool launched their new era under new American ownership in style with a 4-1 hammering of Arsenal at Anfield on Saturday. The giant England striker marked his return from a broken nose with three well-taken goals while Danish defender

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PREVIEW-The title is Barcelona's to lose say Sevilla

Published on March 29, 2007 by in Uncategorized

3/29/2007 Mark Elkington MADRID (Reuters) – Sevilla have tried to crank up the psychological pressure on leaders Barcelona as they resume their battle for the top spot in the Primera Liga this weekend. Although the two sides are level on 53 points Barcelona are top due to their better head-to-head record, and have what would

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Sir Alex Ferguson joins Gore's climate A-team

Published on March 29, 2007 by in Uncategorized

David Adam Thursday March 29, 2007 The Guardian The scientists have warned of the dangers and the politicians have promised to act, but Al Gore is still not satisfied the world is taking climate change seriously enough. The answer, the former US vice-president has reasoned, could be Sir Alex Ferguson. The Manchester United manager was

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Toni double sentences Scots to same old story

Published on March 29, 2007 by in Uncategorized

Dominic Fifield at the Stadio San Nicola Thursday March 29, 2007 The Guardian Scotland came here trying to make history but ended up merely repeating it. A rugged performance in Bari against the Azzurri was undone, just as it had been on their previous visit two years ago, by a brace of goals from an

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PREVIEW-Donadoni and McClaren feel heat before qualifiers

Published on March 26, 2007 by in Uncategorized

3/26/2007 Trevor Huggins LONDON (Reuters) – World Cup winners Italy and beleaguered England return to the Euro 2008 campaign trail on Wednesday with both their coaches feeling the heat of qualifying. Roberto Donadoni’s Italy take on a Scotland side who remain the surprise leaders of Group B after beating Georgia 2-1 on Saturday, while Steve

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