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Milito leaves Barcelona

Posted Friday, August 05, 2011 by Supersport.com191 hits

Argentina defender Gabriel Milito said on Thursday he had ended his contract with Barcelona a year early and was returning to his first club Independiente. "I took the decision because I felt a great need to return to my country and Independiente," said the 30-year-old centre back, who remained in Buenos Aires after the Copa America. "This is a very special day. I left the club eight years a...Full Story »

Gabriel Heinze agrees Roma move

Posted Saturday, July 23, 2011 by timesofindia.indiatimes.com129 hits

Former Manchester United and Real Madrid defender Gabriel Heinze on Friday agreed to join Italian side Roma after leaving French side Marseille where he had spent two seasons. The 33-year-old Argentine had been under contract at Marseille until 2012 but had insisted in May that he wanted to leave after falling out with officials at the French side. Heinze was the highest-paid player at Mar...Full Story »

Barcelona's Milito sidelined

Posted Monday, May 02, 2011 by Supersport.com67 hits

Barcelona's injury problems in defence worsened on Sunday when tests showed centre back Gabriel Milito would be out for around four weeks with a thigh injury. Barca, who defend a two-goal lead over arch rivals Real Madrid in Tuesday's Champions League semifinal second leg at their Nou Camp Stadium, had also lost reserve team fullback Martin Montoya, they said in a statement on their website ....Full Story »

Milito, Mourinho win Italian Oscars

Posted Tuesday, January 25, 2011 by Supersport.com136 hits

Inter Milan striker Diego Milito was voted Italian players' association player of the year for 2009/10 on Monday with his former boss Jose Mourinho winning the best coach award. Milito, 31, scored the winning goals in the three key matches as Inter claimed last term's unprecedented Italian treble of Serie A, Champions League and Italian Cup in his first season at the club. He netted 22 leagu...Full Story »

Pep Guardiola Admits Gabriel Milito Will Likely Leave Barcelona In Search Of More Playing Time

Posted Wednesday, January 05, 2011 by YAHOO Sport93 hits

Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola has admitted that Gabriel Milito will likely leave the club for more playing time.Earlier on Tuesday there were reports suggesting that the Argentine centre-back wanted to leave Camp Nou on loan for the rest of the season with Genoa as a possible destination.However, Guardiola has revealed that he has not talked to Milito about a potential switch but admits that he ...Full Story »

Inter Milan v Werder Bremen - Milito may miss Bremen visit

Posted Wednesday, September 29, 2010 by PA120 hits

Werder Bremen coach Thomas Schaaf will be forced to assemble a makeshift team for the Champions League tie at Inter Milan due to injuries to three key players. Claudio Pizarro, Clemens Fritz and Torsten Frings have all been ruled out of the match at the San Siro and Schaaf admits the already difficult task of beating the cup holders has been made even harder. "These injuries hit us hard," he s...Full Story »

Milito braces gives Inter victory

Posted Saturday, May 22, 2010 by PA94 hits

Diego Milito scored both goals as Inter Milan sealed an historic treble and ended a 45-year wait to be crowned kings of Europe after defeating Bayern Munich 2-0 in the Champions League final in Madrid.Milito struck in the 34th and 70th minutes as Inter became the first Italian team to win the treble of league, cup and European Cup in the same season, whilst ending German double-winners Bayern's...Full Story »

Milito gives Inter the edge

Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by PA42 hits

Inter Milan will take a slender advantage into the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final clash with CSKA Moscow next week after Diego Milito earned them a 1-0 win at the San Siro. Jose Mourinho's side took over an hour to get warmed up, but they were then guilty of wasting a hatful of chances to settle this tie after Milito's solitary strike in the 65th minute. Nevertheless, the N...Full Story »

Gabriel Agbonlahor strikes to make a turkey out of Manchester United

Posted Sunday, December 13, 2009 by theguardian.com143 hits

Just when they needed three points to close the gap on misfiring Chelsea, Manchester United went and lost at home to Aston Villa for the first time in living memory. Well, since 1983, to be exact, three years before Sir Alex Ferguson arrived and before Martin O'Neill even tried his hand at management . Not only have Villa never beaten United in the Premier League era, they have hardly ever dr...Full Story »

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