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Week 13 - Premier League 11/12 & CC - EL

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Saturday, 26 November 2011

Barclays Premier League

Stoke v Blackburn, 12:45

Bolton v Everton, 15:00

Chelsea v Wolverhampton, 15:00

Man Utd v Newcastle, 15:00

Norwich v QPR, 15:00

Sunderland v Wigan, 15:00

West Brom v Tottenham, 15:00

Arsenal v Fulham, 17:30

Sunday, 27 November 2011

Barclays Premier League

Swansea v Aston Villa, 13:30

Liverpool v Man City, 16:00

Monday, 28 November 2011

Npower League One

Charlton v Huddersfield, 19:45

Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Carling Cup

Cardiff v Blackburn, QF, 19:45

Chelsea v Liverpool, QF, 19:45

Arsenal v Man City, QF, 20:00

Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Uefa Europa League

Rubin Kazan v Shamrock Rovers, GpA, 17:00

Braga v Birmingham, GpH, 18:00

Celtic v Atletico Madrid, GpI, 18:00

FC Metalist Kharkiv v Austria Vienna, GpG, 18:00

Malmo v AZ Alkmaar, GpG, 18:00

NK Maribor v Club Brugge, GpH, 18:00

Rennes v Udinese, GpI, 18:00

Legia Warsaw v PSV Eindhoven, GpC, 20:05

Rapid Bucharest v Hapoel Tel-Aviv, GpC, 20:05

Standard Liege v Hannover 96, GpB, 20:05

Tottenham v PAOK Salonika, GpA, 20:05

Vorskla Poltava v FC Copenhagen, GpB, 20:05

Carling Cup

Man Utd v Crystal Palace, QF, 19:45

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Santi Cazorla vs his old team.

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I demand you write Pmsl and Lmao next to Spurs EL fixtures, like you did with City last season.

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looking forward to lazio vs juve and charlton vs huddersfield.

btw we are going to get destroyed against norwich, cambell, traore,young,barton all out, bothroyd,helgusun,gabbidon all doubts.

also a massive player for us, is out for at least a month not been announced yet so cant say who but we are fucked.

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Ingla(Barca director) claimed Mourinho was in the frame to replace Frank Rijkaard, whose tenure as Barca coach finished at the end of the 2007-08 season.

''We had a meeting with him [Mourinho] and his representative in a bank in Lisbon but we never seriously wanted to negotiate with him,'' Ingla told AS. ''Jorge Mendes [Mourinho's agent] was very insistent he wanted to see us.

''Mourinho showed us a PowerPoint slide show presentation summarising his football philosophy, how to enhance our classic 4-3-3 system, the ups and downs he had in his mind and even people who could work on his coaching staff.

''He gave us the names of Guardiola, Luis Enrique, Sergi Barjuan and [Albert] Chapi Ferrer as possible choices to become his assistant.''

But Ingla revealed Guardiola was chosen as coach because he was preferred by then director of football Txiki Begiristain.

He said: ''(Pep) was Txiki's first choice and because Mourinho told me he was not going to change his attitude towards the media we were not entirely convinced with Mourinho at the time.''

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It seems like Mourinho really wanted it, no wonder he hates the club and pep so much, they ruined his chance of getting his dream job.

IMO Barca may have won almost as much as they have won under Pep, but not with the same style and their would be no progress, would Mourinho have promoted the likes of Busquets,Pedro,Thiago or Cuenca? hmmm

I wonder what Barca XI would of looked like under Jose. The likes of Yaya and Eto'o would of have stayed and Messi would have been still playing on the right.

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Pep brought some humility to Barca, for all their antics they've become an all round more likeable club. Obviously that does have alot to do with their style/success but Pep is a like able guy so its easy for you to warm to him.

Jose would of turn them into absolute cunts, like he's done with every other club he's managed and the one he's managing now.

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Europe's top 5 teams for Shots on target per game (in descending order): Barcelona, Real Madrid, Man City, Tottenham, Bayern Munich

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