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Crouch: Spurs can beat Barca

Posted Friday, March 11, 2011 by thesun.co.uk

PETER CROUCH reckons even mighty Barcelona will not be able to stop Tottenham marching all the way to Champions League glory. Spurs edged into the last eight of the competition with a 1-0 aggregate win over AC Milan thanks to Crouch's second-half strike in the San Siro three weeks ago. Last night's goalless second leg at White Hart Lane proved testing for the Tottenham rearguard, but they ...Full Story »

Ferguson: Arsenal is United’s biggest threat again

Posted Thursday, March 10, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

LONDON (AP)—Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson says Arsenal is his team’s biggest threat this season. Although Arsenal was eliminated from the Champions League by Barcelona without having a single shot in Tuesday’s game, the Gunners are only three points behind United in the Premier League title race and have a game in hand over the leaders. United and Arsenal also meet ...Full Story »

AC Milan takes confidence from European exit

Posted Thursday, March 10, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

ROME (AP)—AC Milan’s Champions League exit appears to have given the squad more confidence as it chases its first Serie A title in seven years. Milan was eliminated from Europe by Tottenham following a 0-0 draw Wednesday in which the Italian team controlled nearly from start to finish. The London club advanced courtesy of its 1-0 win at the San Siro last month. “It’s no...Full Story »

Schalke's Magath skips training as future in doubt

Posted Thursday, March 10, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

BERLIN (AFP) - The morning after his side reached the last eight of the Champions League with a 3-1 win over Valencia, Schalke coach Felix Magath missed training on Thursday amid reports he is set to be fired. Goals either side of half-time by winger Jefferson Farfan and striker Mario Gavranovic sealed the home win as Schalke fought back after Valencia took an early lead through Ricardo Costa. ...Full Story »

David Beckham Takes His Kids To The Hospital To Teach Them About Gratitude

Posted Thursday, March 10, 2011 by Ecorazzi.com

To prevent his children from gaining that snobby sense of entitlement (some) celebrity kids seem to acquire growing up, LA Galaxy soccer star David Beckham brings his children on hospital visits to make them realize how lucky they are, and that not all children get the chance to live the lifestyles they do. The visit was part of the Galaxy Caravan – Countdown to Kickoff, and not only ...Full Story »

Avril Lavigne Celebrates With Kim Kardashian At Album Launch Party

Posted Thursday, March 10, 2011 by Idolator.com

  Avril Lavigne partied it up last night in New York City for the release of her fourth studio album, Goodbye Lullaby. Wondering "What The Hell" Kim Kardashian was doing at the Canadian songbird's shindig? Remember on the reality TV family tree the "Jam" singer is step sister's with the InRock cover girl's current beau, Brody (and perhaps Kim's picking up a few more tips about the musi...Full Story »

Forlan and girlfriend announce they are to marry

Posted Thursday, March 10, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

BUENOS AIRES (AP)—Uruguay and Atletico Madird forward Diego Forlan is going to marry Argentine model Zaira Nara. The two announced their plans on Wednesday on their Twitter accounts. They did not specify the date of the wedding nor where it would be held. The 31-year-old Forlan was named the best player in last year’s World Cup in South Africa, leading his Uruguay team to fourth ...Full Story »

Real Madrid without injured Kaka for two weeks

Posted Thursday, March 10, 2011 by Daylife.com

Real Madrid's coach Jose Mourinho (R) touches Real Madrid's Kaka (L) as he is substituted during their Spanish first division soccer match against Levante at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid Feb 19, 2011. Real Madrid and Brazil playmaker Kaka, the 2007 World Player of the Year, will be out for about 15 days after injuring the left knee that was operated on following the 2010 World Cup. Kak...Full Story »

Arsenal were so bad they made history

Posted Thursday, March 10, 2011 by thesun.co.uk

ARSENAL have become the first Champions League side to have NO shots at goal during a game. That damning fact has emerged for Arsene Wenger's side following their 3-1 defeat at Barcelona on Tuesday. Stats gurus Opta have kept detailed records for eight years and the Gunners have recorded a miserable new low. An Opta spokesman said: "There have been 981 Champions League games since 2003-0...Full Story »

Sir Alex Ferguson breaks silence to underline Arsenal title threat

Posted Thursday, March 10, 2011 by theguardian.com

• Liverpool bested Manchester United at Anfield, manager says• 'Arsenal rearranged pecking order to come storming through' Sir Alex Ferguson said he was disappointed that Manchester United did not perform to their usual level against Liverpool but did not comment on the controversies surrounding the game. Sir Alex Ferguson has ended his media silence by accepting Manchester United...Full Story »

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