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Ross County 0 : 1 Dunfermline - Hardie sends Dunfermline top

Posted Wednesday, March 30, 2011 by PA

Martin Hardie netted a stoppage-time winner to move Dunfermline to the top of the table after a 1-0 win over Ross County. Steven Milne had a chance to open the scoring for County but he failed to direct his 12-yard strike on target while Richard Brittain fired over from distance. County pushed for an opener after the interval but Michael Gardyne blazed his shot wide before Hardie struck a long...Full Story »

Forfar Athletic 1 : 2 Airdrie United - Morton the man for Airdrie

Posted Wednesday, March 30, 2011 by PA

Scott Morton scored a last-minute winner as Airdrie beat Forfar 2-1. Airdrie took the lead in the fourth minute through Graeme Owens, who found the bottom corner from close range. Michael Bolocheweckyj had a chance to equalise after 37 minutes but saw his shot saved by Mark Ridgers before finding the net four minutes before half-time when he converted from six yards. Airdrie`s top scorer Scot...Full Story »

Cowdenbeath 0 : 0 Falkirk - Stalemate for Bairns

Posted Wednesday, March 30, 2011 by PA

Falkirk stay third despite being held to a goalless draw by second-bottom Cowdenbeath. Cowdenbeath started the better of the two sides and Greg Stewart had a chance to score but his close-range effort was saved by Robert Olejnik. Falkirk came closest to breaking the deadlock but Mark Millar struck a 30-yard free-kick against a post a minute after the interval. David Hay had to parry a Tom McM...Full Story »

City's Richards to miss FA Cup semi-final

Posted Tuesday, March 29, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

LONDON (AFP) - Manchester City defender Micah Richards faces up to six weeks on the sidelines after suffering a torn hamstring playing for England's Under-21s, it was confirmed Tuesday. Richards will now miss the FA Cup semi-final against Manchester United on April 16 as well as the bulk of City's matches in the title run-in after a scan revealed a grade two muscle tear. "It is not what I wa...Full Story »

English FA: Clubs should open up finances to fans

Posted Tuesday, March 29, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

WEMBLEY, England (AP)—The head of the English soccer association says it is “unacceptable” if clubs don’t disclose full information about their finances and ownership to fans. Manchester United fans are unhappy about the lack of transparency from the Glazer family about how a large part of the club’s debt was paid off last year. Second-tier club Leeds has also r...Full Story »

Welbeck called up by England for Ghana friendly

Posted Tuesday, March 29, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

LONDON, March 29 (Reuters) - England under-21 striker Danny Welbeck has been called up to the senior squad for Tuesday’s friendly against Ghana, the English Football Association said. The on-loan Sunderland forward, who scored for the under-21s against Denmark on Thursday, replaces Tottenham Hotspur’s Aaron Lennon who withdrew from the squad with a hamstring problem. The 20-year-...Full Story »

Jose 'hours' from England job

Posted Tuesday, March 29, 2011 by The Sun

LION HEART ... Jose was nearly England boss JOSE MOURINHO last night insisted: "I was just hours away from becoming England boss." The Special One claimed he snubbed the FA back in December 2007 - in a clear hint that Fabio Capello only got the nod after Mourinho turned the job down. Former Chelsea chief Mourinho spoke for the first time about the FA's failed pursuit of the man England fans d...Full Story »

Rafa: We all miss Madrid

Posted Tuesday, March 29, 2011 by The Sun

RAFAEL VAN DER VAART still loves Real Madrid - and so does his son Damian. But Rafa has vowed to score at the Bernabeu next week to sink the Spanish giants and help Tottenham take a huge step towards the semi-finals of the Champions League. The Dutch star joined Spurs in a cut-price £8million move from Real last summer. Van Der Vaart, 28, admitted that along with four-year-old son Dami...Full Story »

Fergie blast at friendlies

Posted Tuesday, March 29, 2011 by The Sun

ALEX FERGUSON has branded the concept of international friendlies "a waste of time." The Manchester United boss issued his blast on the eve of England's date with Ghana and two days after Scotland's meeting with Brazil in London - both non-competitive games. He questioned the value of such matches when so many senior players are often missing - his own Wayne Rooney was one of five released b...Full Story »

Gerro in apology to axed Hodgson

Posted Tuesday, March 29, 2011 by The Sun

STEVEN GERRARD will greet Roy Hodgson this weekend with the words: We let you down. The Liverpool skipper is set to return from a month out following groin surgery for Saturday's trip to West Brom - managed by former Kop boss Hodgson. It will be the first time the Reds have met their old gaffer since he was dumped in January after a nightmare six months in charge at Anfield. Hodgson carried...Full Story »

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