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Week 10 - Premier League 11/12 / CL GW4

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Saturday, 29 October 2011

Barclays Premier League

Everton v Man Utd, 12:00

Chelsea v Arsenal, 12:45

Man City v Wolverhampton, 15:00

Norwich v Blackburn, 15:00

Sunderland v Aston Villa, 15:00

Swansea v Bolton, 15:00

Wigan v Fulham, 15:00

West Brom v Liverpool, 17:30

Sunday, 30 October 2011

Barclays Premier League

Tottenham v QPR, 16:00

Npower Championship

Leeds v Cardiff, 13:15

Monday, 31 October 2011

Barclays Premier League

Stoke v Newcastle, 20:00

Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Uefa Champions League

BATE Borisov v AC Milan, GpH, 17:00

Zenit St Petersburg v Shakhtar Donetsk, GpG, 17:00

Apoel Nicosia v FC Porto, GpG, 19:45

Arsenal v Marseille, GpF, 19:45

Borussia Dortmund v Olympiakos, GpF, 19:45

Genk v Chelsea, GpE, 19:45

Plzen v Barcelona, GpH, 19:45

Valencia v Bayer Leverkusen, GpE, 19:45

Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Uefa Champions League

Ajax v Dinamo Zagreb, GpD, 19:45

Bayern Munich v Napoli, GpA, 19:45

Benfica v FC Basel, GpC, 19:45

Inter Milan v Lille, GpB, 19:45

Lyon v Real Madrid, GpD, 19:45

Man Utd v Otelul Galati, GpC, 19:45

Trabzonspor v CSKA Moscow, GpB, 19:45

Villarreal v Man City, GpA, 19:45

Npower Championship

Derby v Cardiff, 19:45

Leeds v Blackpool, 19:45

Thursday, 3 November 2011

Uefa Europa League

Rubin Kazan v Tottenham, GpA, 17:00

Besiktas v Dynamo Kiev, GpE, 18:00

FC Copenhagen v Hannover 96, GpB, 18:00

FC Vaslui v Sporting, GpD, 18:00

Lazio v FC Zurich, GpD, 18:00

Legia Warsaw v Rapid Bucharest, GpC, 18:00

Macc Tel-Aviv v Stoke, GpE, 18:00

Paris SG v Slovan Bratislava, GpF, 18:00

PSV Eindhoven v Hapoel Tel-Aviv, GpC, 18:00

Red Bull Salzburg v Athletic Bilbao, GpF, 18:00

Shamrock Rovers v PAOK Salonika, GpA, 18:00

Vorskla Poltava v Standard Liege, GpB, 18:00

AEK Athens v Lokomotiv Moscow, GpL, 20:05

Anderlecht v SK Sturm Graz, GpL, 20:05

Atletico Madrid v Udinese, GpI, 20:05

Austria Vienna v AZ Alkmaar, GpG, 20:05

Birmingham v Club Bruges, GpH, 20:05

Braga v NK Maribor, GpH, 20:05

Celtic v Rennes, GpI, 20:05

FC Metalist Kharkiv v Malmo, GpG, 20:05

FC Twente v Odense BK, GpK, 20:05

Fulham v Wisla Krakow, GpK, 20:05

Schalke 04 v AEK Larnaca, GpJ, 20:05

Steaua Bucharest v Maccabi Haifa, GpJ, 20:05

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Are Milan doing well in their league?

They must to have time to do this ish.

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Current champions

6th now

Scoring goals

So why not

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lol @ how out of place pato looks, doesnt no what to do with himself

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Pato's got that choir swag.

Just show teeth, no audio.

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BOX TICKETS AT STAMFORD BRIDGE TO WATCH THE ARSENAL

COME ON U GOONERS!! HYPED

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fuks sake gta go airport at 12.30

wna see us batter the rent boys

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fergie fergie fergie

Cleverley starts, my jaw will actually hit the floor if its on the left and not the centre. But another one of those selections from Fergie

gonna be a long game

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Benoît Assou-Ekotto calls on Tottenham's owners to fight to keep leading players at White Hart Lane

Tottenham defender Benoît Assou-Ekotto has warned that the club must keep their leading players or risk “ending up like Aston Villa”.

Leap of faith: Spurs' Benoît Assou-Ekotto has called on the club to back their ambition

The French-born Cameroon international singled out Villa as an example of a club failing to show enough ambition to compete at the highest level. His comments are likely to cause consternation at Villa Park, where the owner, Randy Lerner, has been criticised by a section of supporters for not pumping more money into the club.

Villa have lost several prominent players in recent seasons: James Milner was sold to Manchester City, Stewart Downing left for Liverpool and Ashley Young was bought by Manchester United, for a combined income of £63million.

In contrast, Tottenham successfully fended off an attempt from Chelsea to sign playmaker Luka Modric in the summer, while the Wales international Gareth Bale also remained at White Hart Lane, despite attracting interest from some of Europe’s elite clubs.

Assou-Ekotto, 27, believes Spurs must retain that hard-line stance if they are to realise their ambition of becoming regulars in the Champions League.

“There’s a lot to be excited about at Spurs now with the new training ground and maybe a new stadium,” he said. “It feels like the future could be really good for the fans but if the players don’t stay, we could end up like Aston Villa.

lol, he killed us

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which stream are you using kompressor.

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Luiz is something different

:lol:

No way has he always been a defender

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Clevz >>>>

brings a smile to my face to see him back

quality pass

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Arsenal: Szczesny, Djourou, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Santos, Song, Arteta, Walcott, Van Persie, Ramsey, Gervinho. #bbcfootball

Chelsea team: Cech; Bosingwa Ivanovic Terry Cole; Ramires Mikel Lampard; Sturridge Torres Mata. #bbcfootball

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SEE SEE SEE

ALL STARTED FROM CLEVZ

hernandez bangs 1-0

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