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Italy hates me, says disdainful Mourinho

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by theguardian.com

José Mourinho admits he misses England and attacks Italian football 'I don't like Italian football, and it doesn't like me,' said Inter coach José Mourinho. The Internazionale coach, José Mourinho, again spoke of his distaste for Italian football on the eve of his side's Champions League quarter-final first leg against CSKA Moscow. "I am very happy at Inter but not in Italian f...Full Story »

Clyde hold Peterhead

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by PA

Peterhead's play-off ambitions were dealt a blow as they were held to a goalless draw by bottom club Clyde.In a goalless first half both sides had chances to take the lead, Jordan White and Patrick Boyle went closest for Clyde whilst Peter Bruce headed wide for Peterhead.After the break it was the home side who had the better of the play with Martin Bavidge coming close on two occasions with lo...Full Story »

Fifers on the spot to claim points

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by PA

East Fife further eased their relegation fears with a 2-0 victory over Brechin at Bayview.The hosts opened the scoring after just eight minutes when John Ovenstone headed home Stephen Crawford's cross from close range.Paul McLean had a chance to level things up just before the break but his effort was well saved by Michael Brown.Paul McManus doubled the home side's advantage from the penalty sp...Full Story »

ICT extend lead

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by PA

Inverness extended their lead at the top of Division One after a comfortable 3-0 win over 10-man Ross County. Cally's advantage increased to four points thanks to the win and Dundee's 2-1 defeat at Dunfermline. In the 13th minute, County were facing an uphill battle after Alexander Keddie was dismissed for a professional foul on Richie Foran, and Inverness took full advantage,. Foran dusted h...Full Story »

Bell strike gives Dunfermline win

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by PA

Dunfermline kept their promotion hopes alive with a 2-1 win over former leaders Dundee. The Dee are yet to taste victory under new boss Gordon Chisholm and are now without a win in seven games in all competitions. Willie Gibson gave Dunfermline the perfect start when he smashed Steven Bell's cross into the top corner after five minutes. Bell doubled the home side's advantage after the half ho...Full Story »

Rooney worry as United lose

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by PA

Wayne Rooney limped off with what looked like an ankle injury as Manchester United suffered an agonising 2-1 injury-time Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich. Rooney was lying injured in his own half as Bayern broke forward on their fateful attack. Ivica Olic applied the cool finish for Bayern's winner after robbing Patrice Evra of possession in the box, and at that moment United medical s...Full Story »

Lyon in control of tie

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by PA

Lyon will take a handy 3-1 advantage into the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final with Bordeaux after they came out on top in a thoroughly entertaining clash at Stade Gerland. Lisandro Lopez had given the home side an early lead before Marouane Chamakh nodded home a leveller. But Michel Bastos' fierce shot and Lisandro's late penalty saw OL secure a two-goal advantage to take Sta...Full Story »

Masterton blows Ayr away

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by PA

Steven Masterton scored the only goal as Morton claimed a vital three points as they beat bottom side Ayr in a crunch tie at Cappielow Park.The match was always going to be an edgy contest with both sides only separated by goal difference at the foot of the table.The hosts enjoyed much of the opening stages with Peter Weatherson testing Craig Samson from close range before David Witteveen's hea...Full Story »

Snow chance of game finishing

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by PA

Central Park was one of several grounds hit by Scotland's heavy snow fall as Cowdenbeath's clash with Stirling was postponed after 18 minutes with the score goalless.Five league fixtures had already been wiped out by the cold conditions before referee Thomas Robertson decided the game couldn't continue.Neither side had fashioned any chances before the announcement as conditions worsened. Full Story »

Fabregas given 24 hours to prove fitness to face Barca

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by reuters.com

Arsene Wenger today insisted Cesc Fabregas could still face Barcelona in tomorrow's Champions League quarter-final. Arsenal captain Fabregas, 22, missed training this morning but Wenger will make a late decision on the Spanish midfielder. Gunners boss Wenger said: 'If Cesc is fit we will play him. He is desperate to play and we will make a decision in the warm-up. We will leave it as late as...Full Story »

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