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Bosses clash at end of Toffees win

Posted Thursday, March 25, 2010 by PA

Rival managers Roberto Mancini and David Moyes were involved in a touchline bust-up after Everton dented Manchester City's Champions League qualification hopes with a 2-0 win at Eastlands. Tim Cahill and Mikel Arteta were both on target as fast-finishing Everton snatched a victory that denied City fourth place in the Barclays Premier League. City had dominated most of the game and the pressure...Full Story »

Rattray strike earns victory for Arbroath

Posted Thursday, March 25, 2010 by PA

Alan Rattray's early goal was enough to give Arbroath a 1-0 win over Brechin. The defender's contribution was a rare highlight at Gayfield, as the two sides cancelled each other out for most of the contest. The opening exchanges were short of incident and when the goal came after 14 minutes, it came with the first real attack. Rattray was the scorer, the full-back getting on the end of Keith ...Full Story »

Barcelona Star Lionel Messi & Inter Boss Jose Mourinho Top Football Rich List

Posted Wednesday, March 24, 2010 by Goal.com

Barcelona star Lionel Messi has overtaken David Beckham as the highest earner in world football. The 22-year-old Argentine forward, who scored a second successive La Liga hat-trick in Barcelona’s 4-2 win over Real Zaragoza on Sunday, has ended Beckham's two-year reign as the world's best-paid footballer, according to France Football. Messi pockets an estimated £29.6 million annuall...Full Story »

Portsmouth allowed to sell players outside window

Posted Wednesday, March 24, 2010 by AP

LONDON (AP)—The Premier League will allow Portsmouth to sell players to ease its financial crisis despite the transfer window being closed. While players can be sold to Premier League rivals, they are not allowed to play for the first team before the end of the season. The Premier League said Wednesday that FIFA approval would be needed for Portsmouth players to be sold to non-English cl...Full Story »

Franck Ribery delays decision on future

Posted Wednesday, March 24, 2010 by YAHOO Sport

FRANKFURT (AP)—Franck Ribery has delayed a decision on his future and says if he left Bayern Munich it would be to go to Spain and nowhere else. The France winger told Sport-Bild weekly it would be hard to resist the prestige of joining Real Madrid, although his decision would not depend on how much money he would make. Ribery says he wants a five-year contract no matter where he goes. ...Full Story »

Petrov says Milner will be star of World Cup

Posted Wednesday, March 24, 2010 by The Independent

Stiliyan Petrov believes Aston Villa midfielder James Milner will be a "star of the World Cup" with England if he maintains his current form. Villa skipper Petrov is confident Milner has the quality to make a telling impact in South Africa if he is part of Fabio Capello's squad. Capello saw Milner turn in another fine display, despite scoring an own goal, during Saturday's 2-2 home draw with...Full Story »

Victoria Beckham Goes Green

Posted Wednesday, March 24, 2010 by Entertainmentwise.com

At Heathrow airport... Victoria Beckham looked very cool as she returned to London from Los Angeles. The former Spice Girl was spotted at Heathrow airport wearing amazing green, army inspired trousers, a grey t-shirt and a black blazer. Oh, and the regulation celebrity accessory, sunglasses, and Raybans in VB's case! We also love the nude heels and will be snapping up a pair of those ourselv...Full Story »

West Ham 1 - 3 Wolverhampton

Posted Wednesday, March 24, 2010 by BBC.com

The visitors are delighted after the West Ham defence is penetrated again Wolves made a huge leap towards Premier League safety with a crushing victory over fellow strugglers West Ham. The visitors went close when Kevin Foley hit the bar and took the lead when a scuffed James Tomkins backpass fell to Kevin Doyle who fired home. David Jones set up Ronald Zubar to rifle in and then passed to ...Full Story »

Simmons rescues Morton

Posted Wednesday, March 24, 2010 by PA

Donovan Simmons' strike five minutes from time ensured Morton claimed a 1-1 draw against Raith. Rovers started brightly and Allan Walker's strike was well-saved by Kevin Cuthbert, while the Morton keeper was also on hand to deny Gregory Tade's header. At the other end, the hosts had efforts through Ryan McGuffie and Simmons, both of which were easily saved by David McGurn. Chances were few an...Full Story »

Donnelly sinks Pars

Posted Wednesday, March 24, 2010 by PA

Simon Donnelly's late strike ended Partick's run of three consecutive defeats as they claimed a 2-1 win over promotion-chasing Dunfermline. The hosts started brightly but Ian McCall's men took a 27th-minute lead thanks to Liam Buchanan's 25-yard drilled effort. Dunfermline levelled after 37 minutes when Calum Woods' long-range pass found Steven McDougall in the area and the striker converted a...Full Story »

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