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Droudge out for Cowdenbeath

Posted Friday, April 02, 2010 by PA

Cowdenbeath will be missing defender Dene Droudge through injury when Stenhousemuir visit Central Park.Young midfielder Danny MacKay also sits out after suffering a setback in his recovery from a cruciate injuryManager Danny Lennon said: "It has been an interesting week, with the talk of Spartans and an abandoned game with Stirling Albion after only 18 minutes, but all I am interested in is tak...Full Story »

Fifers wait on duo

Posted Friday, April 02, 2010 by PA

East Fife will check on Stuart Cargill and Lloyd Young ahead of the visit of leaders Alloa.Cargill and Young have been struggling with a virus since playing in the extreme weather conditions against Brechin City in midweek so Jordyn Sheerin has been added to the squad.Alan Lowing, Goran Stanic, Scott Thomson and Mark Staunton are long-term absentees.Player-boss Steve Crawford said: "Alloa are a...Full Story »

Clyde short of numbers

Posted Friday, April 02, 2010 by PA

Clyde's resources will be stretched for the visit of Arbroath.Full-back Patrick Doyle and striker Kris Doolan have returned to Partick Thistle after completing loan periods and Willie Kinniburgh is suffering from a hamstring injury.Alan Lithgow is banned and midfield youngsters Steven Howarth and Kevin Higgins are major doubts.The bottom side have the perfect opportunity to put pressure on the ...Full Story »

Brechin turn to Latvians

Posted Friday, April 02, 2010 by PA

Brechin City have added two Latvian youngsters to their squad ahead of the visit of Peterhead.Left-back Anton Kurakins and midfielder Krisjanis Vallers have arrived from Celtic on loan.They go straight into manager Jim Duffy's plans, although Willie Dyer remains sidelined with an injury and fellow defender Jon Seeley is missing through work commitments.Duffy has told his new signings to be prep...Full Story »

Hull City-Stoke City

Posted Friday, April 02, 2010 by YAHOO Sport

LONDON (SE) - Hull manager Iain Dowie is backing Jozy Altidore to shoot down Stoke on Saturday after claiming the American can be the Tigers’ relegation saviour. Altidore, 20, has struggled to make an impact in the Premier League since joining Hull from Spanish side Villarreal on a season’s loan in August, scoring just one goal in 23 games. The 20-year-old played a starring role in...Full Story »

Ancelotti relieved to see Rooney miss out

Posted Friday, April 02, 2010 by YAHOO Sport

LONDON (AFP) - Carlo Ancelotti, the Chelsea manager, admits he is relieved his side will not be facing an inform Wayne Rooney on Saturday in the Premier League summit meeting. Manchester United have confirmed the striker has suffered minor ankle ligament damage that will keep him out of the game. Rooney sustained the injury in the club?s 2-1 defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League on T...Full Story »

Desailly: United have the edge

Posted Thursday, April 01, 2010 by The Independent

Former Chelsea defender says weaknesses in midfield will cost Blues in title race Marcel Desailly, the former Chelsea captain, has delivered a withering assessment of his old club's title chances ahead of Saturday's crucial encounter with Manchester United at Old Trafford. Chelsea travel to the home of the champions just one point behind with six games to go, but their hopes of seizing the Prem...Full Story »

Inter Milan-CSKA Moscow

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by setpieceanalysts.com

Inter Milan drew the Champions League quarterfinalist that each of the other teams wanted to face, but when Nerazzurri forward Samuel Eto’o intimated earlier this week that CSKA Moscow may be better than Chelsea, it was more than just respecting Inter’s opponent. There are aspects of their Russian opposition that are clearly superior to Chelsea’s squad. Right wing Milos Kras...Full Story »

The games Rooney could miss

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by The Independent

The sight of Wayne Rooney leaving the Allianz Arena on crutches last night must have sent a shudder down the spine of every Manchester United supporter. There has been an unspoken fear all season about what life would be like without their 34-goal striker. Now it could be put to the test depending on the severity of the ankle injury he suffered in the 2-1 defeat to Bayern Munich. Here, we ...Full Story »

Arsenal challenged to make history against Barcelona

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by theguardian.com

Arsène Wenger will give Cesc Fábregas until the very last moment to prove his fitness for the Champions League quarter-final with Barcelona. Arsène Wenger has challenged his Arsenal team to "make history" in the Champions League quarter-final against Barcelona tonight and prove to the club's critics that they can beat the biggest opposition when it matters most. The Arsenal man...Full Story »

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