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White sees Clyde home

Posted Sunday, March 28, 2010 by PA

Jordan White's solitary goal was enough to see bottom-placed Clyde hold on for only their fifth win of the season against East Fife. Both sides had opportunities to lead in the first half, as Clyde's Kris Doolan forced Michael Brown into a fantastic save after 12 minutes. East Fife's Stephen Crawford was then denied a wonder goal after his 30-yard strike hit the bar. Early in the second half,...Full Story »

Strugglers in stalemate

Posted Sunday, March 28, 2010 by PA

Raith and Ayr wasted the chance to pull away from relegation danger after a 1-1 draw at Stark's Park. Ayr went in front after 14 minutes when Chris Mitchell unleashed an unstoppable 30-yard free-kick. But Brian Reid's side appeared to invite pressure and sat back on their advantage, with Raith dominating thereafter. Iain Davidson almost levelled when he fired in from 12-yards, however he was ...Full Story »

Pars hopes nosedive

Posted Sunday, March 28, 2010 by PA

Queen of the South dented Dunfermline's hopes of catching the top two by recording a 2-0 win at Palmerston Park. Victory for Dunfermline would have put pressure on Dundee and Inverness at the top, however they were frustrated by Queens and ended the game with 10 men. Eight yellow cards handed out spoke volumes about a scruffy encounter, although it was the hosts who adapted better. And they t...Full Story »

Zola suffers Hammer blow

Posted Sunday, March 28, 2010 by PA

West Ham's Barclays Premier League future is hanging by a thread after they crashed to a sixth consecutive defeat. Stoke striker Ricardo Fuller came off the bench to score a brilliant solo goal after 69 minutes to send West Ham spiralling towards the relegation trap-door following a 1-0 defeat. Hull's victory over Fulham at the KC Stadium meant West Ham's cushion has been lost with only goal d...Full Story »

Spurs at the double

Posted Sunday, March 28, 2010 by PA

Tottenham remained ahead in the race for fourth place as Peter Crouch and Niko Kranjcar both scored against their old team in a 2-0 win over bottom club Portsmouth at White Hart Lane. Spurs, chasing a fifth successive Barclays Premier League victory, started slowly, but went ahead when Crouch nodded in a deep cross from Gareth Bale before Kranjcar netted from close range five minutes before the...Full Story »

Wolves hold firm

Posted Sunday, March 28, 2010 by PA

Wolves took another step towards Barclays Premier League survival by slowing in-form Everton's late-season charge with a goalless draw at Molineux. Louis Saha hit the woodwork and Leon Osman spurned three good chances as Everton failed to make the most of a number of early opportunities to enhance their European claims. But Wolves were competitive throughout and fully merited a point from a fe...Full Story »

Dowie enjoys home comforts

Posted Sunday, March 28, 2010 by PA

Iain Dowie tasted victory in his first home game as Hull boss as the Tigers gave their survival hopes a major boost with a 2-0 win against Fulham at the KC Stadium. Starting second from bottom and on a run of five consecutive defeats, Hull knew time was running out for them to turn things around. But Jimmy Bullard calmed the home fans' nerves with a 16th-minute penalty and Craig Fagan doubled ...Full Story »

Four-star Lampard leads Blues

Posted Sunday, March 28, 2010 by PA

Frank Lampard grabbed four as Chelsea demolished Aston Villa 7-1 to soar back to the top of the Barclays Premier League table. Lampard's quartet made him third-highest scorer in the club's history - eclipsing legends Roy Bentley and Peter Osgood with 151 goals. Lampard was assisted by a double from Florent Malouda and another from substitute Salomon Kalou as Carlo Ancelotti's side smashed in 1...Full Story »

Phillips shoots down Gunners hopes

Posted Sunday, March 28, 2010 by PA

Kevin Phillips dented Arsenal's title hopes with a dramatic late equaliser in a 1-1 draw at St Andrew's.Samir Nasri had come off the bench to fire the Gunners in front 10 minutes from time.But Birmingham substitute Phillips enjoyed a stroke of luck in injury-time as the ball looped off him and over Manuel Almunia to level.Arsene Wenger was greeted with boos from the Birmingham fans as he made h...Full Story »

Whose Shoes Are These? Shoes, shoes and more shoes - hoorah...

Posted Saturday, March 27, 2010 by Entertainmentwise.com

Are you as clued up on your favourite actresses and singer's shoe collection as we are?! We challenge you to prove how much you know about celebrities and their shoe fetishes by guessing which heels belong to which celeb! Jessica Alba Sarah Jessica Parker Jennifer Aniston Vanessa Hudgens Kristen Stewart Victoria Beckham Full Story »

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