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No Country For Old Men

Published on March 5, 2008 by in Uncategorized

04/03/2008 10:29 Goal.com – Andreas Vassiliades Triumph, fail, or stagnate – this is not a eulogy because football clubs don’t die. Yet AC Milan, as we know them, are on the brink: domestically uninspired, and four points off the fourth Champions League spot with trips to Roma, Juventus and Napoli (inflictors of Inters only Serie

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Barcelona make quick progress thanks to Xavi goal

Published on March 5, 2008 by in Uncategorized

3/4/2008 by Phil Minshull BARCELONA, Spain (AFP) – Xavi Hernandez’s goal in the opening exchanges eased 2006 winners Barcelona into the Champions League quarter-finals with a 1-0 win over Celtic here on Tuesday. After the Spanish giants’ 3-2 win in the first leg in Glasgow a fortnight ago, Xavi ended Celtic’s dreams of an upset

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Iran's Daei not ready to quit club job for national team

Published on March 4, 2008 by in Uncategorized

3/4/2008 DPA Tehran – The controversy over the head coach job of Iran’s national football team continued after Ali Daei on Monday refused to quit his job at his club for the sake of the national team, which is a clear violation of local rules. According to Iranian Football Federation (FFI) regulations, the national team

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Could Inter Throw Their Season Away?

Published on March 4, 2008 by in Uncategorized

04/03/2008 Goal.com – Carlo Garganese Exactly a fortnight ago, things could not have been any better for the seemingly invincible Inter. Eleven points clear at the top of Serie A, Roberto Mancini had even been afforded the luxury of resting a number of first-team players against Livorno, so that they could be in top shape

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Qotbi will 'never work' with Daei in Iran national team

Published on March 3, 2008 by in Uncategorized

3/3/2008 DPA Tehran – Iranian-American trainer Afshin Qotbi said Monday that he would never work together with Iran’s new national football team head coach Ali Daei, Fars news agency reported. “I congratulate Daei once again on his appointment as head coach and hope that he will lead the team to the 2010 World Cup –

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Iranian press greet Daei as new coach

Published on March 3, 2008 by in Uncategorized

3/3/2008 TEHRAN (AFP) – Iran’s sports press on Monday hailed the naming of a former star striker Ali Daei as new coach of the national football team after a months-long search for a trainer of an Asia heavyweight side. Daei who is the leading international scorer in football history, was given the helm of Team

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New Daei And New Start For Iran

Published on March 2, 2008 by in Uncategorized

3/2/2008 John Duerden, goal.com Iran have been mentioned as a national team equivalent to Newcastle United. The reasons are simple: passionate fans who want to see good football, memories of success becoming increasingly misty and administrators that are less than competent. The comparison can be stretched, perhaps, to include the two striking legends in nations

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Clemente case closed by Iran after renewed rejection

2/29/2008 DPA Tehran – Javier Clemente will definitely not become coach of Iran after the Spaniard on Thursday cancelled a proposed meeting,ISNA news agency reported Friday. “We do not even think of Clemente any more,” Iranian Football Federation (FFI) Ali Kafshian told ISNA. Clemente was supposed to meet with officials at the Iranian embassy in

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