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Premier LeagueSaturday 18th SeptemberArsenal v Wigan, 15:00Aston Villa v Portsmouth, 15:00Bolton v Stoke, 15:00Burnley v Sunderland, 12:45 SS1Hull v Birmingham, 15:00West Ham v Liverpool, 17:30 ESPNSunday 20th September13:30 - Manchester United vs Manchester City SS1 14:00 - Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Fulham 15:00 - Everton vs Blackburn Rovers 16:00 - Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur SS1 ChampionshipFriday 18th September19:45 - Sheffield United vs Sheffield Wednesday SS1Saturday 19th September15:00 - Barnsley v Swansea City 15:00 - Bristol City v Scunthorpe United 15:00 - Cardiff City v Queens Park Rangers 15:00 - Crystal Palace v Derby County 15:00 - Doncaster Rovers v Ipswich Town 15:00 - Middlesbrough v West Bromwich Albion 15:00 - Newcastle United v Plymouth Argyle 15:00 - Nottingham Forest v Blackpool 15:00 - Peterborough United v Reading 15:00 - Preston North End v Coventry City 15:00 - Watford v Leicester City Primera DivisionSaturday 19th September17:00 - Deportivo La Coruña vs Espanyol 17:00 - Mallorca vs Tenerife 19:00 - Málaga vs Racing Santander 19:00 - Osasuna vs Sevilla FC Estadio SS321:00 - Barcelona vs Atlético Madrid SS3Sunday 20th September16:00 - Athletic Bilbao vs Villarreal 16:00 - Almeria v Getafe 16:00 - Real Zaragoza vs Valladolid 18:00 - Real Madrid vs Xerez SS2 20:00 - Valencia vs Sporting Gijon SS2Serrie ASaturday 19th September17:00 - Napoli vs Udinese 19:45 - Juventus vs Livorno ESPN Sunday 20th September14:00 - Cagliari vs Internazionale 14:00 - Chievo Verona vs Genoa 14:00 - Sampdoria vs Siena 14:00 - Bari vs Atalanta 14:00 - Catania vs Lazio 14:00 - AC Milan vs Bologna 14:00 - Parma vs Palermo 19:45 - AS Roma vs Fiorentina ESPNBundesligaFriday 18th September19:30 - Schalke 04 vs VfL Wolfsburg Saturday, September 1914:30 - Bayern Munich vs Nurnberg 14:30 - VfL Bochum vs Mainz 14:30 - VfB Stuttgart vs FC Cologne 14:30 - Hannover 96 vs Borussia Dortmund 14:30 - Borussia Monchengladbach vs TSG Hoffenheim Sunday 20th September14:30 - Eintracht Frankfurt vs Hamburg SV 16:30 - Hertha Berlin vs SC Freiburg 16:30 - Bayer Leverkusen vs Werder Bremen ESPNErediviseSaturday 19th September17:45 - SC Heracles Almelo vs Sparta Rotterdam 18:45 - Roda JC Kerkrade vs NAC Breda 18:45 - Vitesse Arnhem vs RKC Waalwijk 19:45 - AZ Alkmaar vs NEC Nijmegen Sunday, 20th September11:30 - ADO Den Haag vs FC Utrecht 13:30 - Feyenoord Rotterdam vs PSV Eindhoven ESPN13:30 - VVV Venlo vs Ajax Amsterdam 13:30 - Heerenveen vs Twente Enschede Russian Premier LeagueSaturday 19th September11:00 - Saturn Moscow vs Spartak Moscow 13:15 - FK Rostov-Na-Donu vs Kuban Krasnodar 15:30 - Lokomotiv Moscow vs FC Moscow Sunday, September 20, 20098:45 - FK Tom' Tomsk vs FK Rubin Kazan 11:00 - CSKA Moscow vs Dinamo Moscow ESPN 13:15 - FK Amkar Perm' vs Terek Grozny 15:30 - PFK Samara Kryliya Sovetov vs Zenit St PetersburgSPLSaturday 19th September12:30 - Kilmarnock vs Rangers ESPN 15:00 - Aberdeen vs St Mirren 15:00 - Dundee United vs Motherwell 15:00 - Hamilton Academical vs Falkirk 15:00 - Hibernian vs St Johnstone Sunday 20th September15:00 - Celtic vs Heart of Midlothian --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Win against shitty is looking good for usThey have Adebayor, Ireland, Tevez, Santa Cruz, Kompany, Robhino all out We have Ferdinand doubtful but since he missed out against Besiktas I expect he may play.Table at the start of the weekendtablezp.jpg

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I dont think you fully understand how much I cant wait for Sunday.I BEG BEG BEG Tevez plays some part at least. Even if he just comes off the bench, anything.

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MARTIN O'NEILL and Nigel Reo-Coker grappled each other to the ground in an amazing training-ground bust-up yesterday.It followed a heated exchange between the Aston Villa manager and his midfielder and the pair eventually had to be separated by shocked players.One stunned onlooker said: "It was really heated and at one point they fell to the ground grappling with each other although no one was throwing punches or anything like that."Reo-Coker has not hidden his anger about the way he has been in and out of the Villa team since his £7.5million move from West Ham two years ago.He was unhappy at being substituted during Sunday's 1-0 win over Birmingham.And the player also objected at being played out of position, at right-back, last season. The unrest finally spilled over during training yesterday.
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MARTIN O'NEILL and Nigel Reo-Coker grappled each other to the ground in an amazing training-ground bust-up yesterday.It followed a heated exchange between the Aston Villa manager and his midfielder and the pair eventually had to be separated by shocked players.One stunned onlooker said: "It was really heated and at one point they fell to the ground grappling with each other although no one was throwing punches or anything like that."Reo-Coker has not hidden his anger about the way he has been in and out of the Villa team since his £7.5million move from West Ham two years ago.He was unhappy at being substituted during Sunday's 1-0 win over Birmingham.And the player also objected at being played out of position, at right-back, last season. The unrest finally spilled over during training yesterday.
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MARTIN O'NEILL and Nigel Reo-Coker grappled each other to the ground in an amazing training-ground bust-up yesterday.It followed a heated exchange between the Aston Villa manager and his midfielder and the pair eventually had to be separated by shocked players.One stunned onlooker said: "It was really heated and at one point they fell to the ground grappling with each other although no one was throwing punches or anything like that."Reo-Coker has not hidden his anger about the way he has been in and out of the Villa team since his £7.5million move from West Ham two years ago.He was unhappy at being substituted during Sunday's 1-0 win over Birmingham.And the player also objected at being played out of position, at right-back, last season. The unrest finally spilled over during training yesterday.
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Nigel Reo-Coker has been sent home from training and dropped from Aston Villa's squad for the game against Portsmouth on Saturday for disciplinary reasons.Villa boss Martin O'Neill admitted he had a "strong verbal disagreement" with the midfielder at training on Thursday.However, O'Neill denied newspaper reports of a physical confrontation."There was a mishap on the training ground," he told the Aston Villa website, adding that Reo-Coker would be back in training on Monday."It's a common occurrence between players but on this occasion, unfortunately, it was between the manager and a player."There was a bit of a contretemps and that is unfortunate. Nigel didn't train this morning and obviously won't play tomorrow."I have dealt with the issue how I see fit and that's the end of it. Come Monday, we're back to normal again. I am the custodian of this place - my rules apply."O'Neill also said there was no prospect of the former West Ham player being placed on the transfer list.
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sheffield derby on a friday night :lol:gonna be a mad one in town tonight, student union for me!

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Someone on a Villa messageboard claimed to have seen Nige and MON have an argument on Thursday morning, everyone said it was bollocks because he had no source but it looks like he was right./Seems he's pissed off at being subbed off in the derby when playing well, but it was 0-0 when he went off and his replacement set up the winner.Can see why he's pissed, he's played probably 5 games in centre mid in two years, but he's gonna have to live with rotation.I reckon it's much of a nothing anyway, kind of thing that happens all the time. He'll probably end up captaining a side with a few changes v Cardiff mid-week.

I am the custodian of this place - my rules apply.
I love MON
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Schalke vs Wolfsburg, approaching half time. Both sides playing it safe, disgusting dive by Rafinha just now. SMH

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lol at wed getting DUPSED3 nil inside a half and someone come of with a buk leg, didnt see who it was

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MARTIN O'NEILL and Nigel Reo-Coker grappled each other to the ground in an amazing training-ground bust-up yesterday.It followed a heated exchange between the Aston Villa manager and his midfielder and the pair eventually had to be separated by shocked players.One stunned onlooker said: "It was really heated and at one point they fell to the ground grappling with each other although no one was throwing punches or anything like that."Reo-Coker has not hidden his anger about the way he has been in and out of the Villa team since his £7.5million move from West Ham two years ago.He was unhappy at being substituted during Sunday's 1-0 win over Birmingham.And the player also objected at being played out of position, at right-back, last season. The unrest finally spilled over during training yesterday.
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:D :D Grappled each other to the ground...Bullshit surely?
:D:D:D can imagine this sounds mad gaybut would of been hilarious
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If they were to have a fight, MON would tear him limb from limb and then feed him to Heskey.

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Dzeko, 1-0 WolfsburgShort corner, played in, a free header for Dzeko.

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If they were to have a fight, MON would tear him limb from limb and then feed him to Heskey.
Your clubs in turmoil gather the troops (snoop) and arrange a late night vigil outside Villa Park
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If they were to have a fight, MON would tear him limb from limb and then feed him to Heskey.
Your clubs in turmoil gather the troops (snoop) and arrange a late night vigil outside Villa Park
dibs on young
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If they were to have a fight, MON would tear him limb from limb and then feed him to Heskey.
Your clubs in turmoil gather the troops (snoop) and arrange a late night vigil outside Villa Park
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f*ck off last 3 mins of this game has been sick. Schalke equalised from the corner, Dzeko went to sleep leaving his man to head in. 1 min later, disgusting counter from Wolfsburg. Hasebe smokes the defender, blazes the ball across goal and Dzeko slots home.2-1 Wolfs, 7 mins to go.

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Chelsea are banned from signing players, but they are still agreeing deals?!What is the point, all transfer activity including deals for 2011 should be stopped until then surely?

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LOL @ Nige tussling with O'Neill.What would mum say fam?

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