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Friday, October 19 2012


Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds United


Bordeaux v Lille

Saturday, October 20 2012

Premier League

Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea

Fulham v Aston Villa

Liverpool v Reading

Manchester United v Stoke City

Norwich City v Arsenal

Swansea City v Wigan Athletic

West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City

West Ham United v Southampton

Sunday, October 21 2012

Premier League

Queens Park Rangers v Everton

Sunderland v Newcastle United

Tuesday, October 25 2012

UEFA Champions League

Barcelona v Celtic

BATE v Valencia

Galatasaray v CFR Cluj

Lille v Bayern München

Manchester United v Sporting Braga

Nordsjælland v Juventus

Shakhtar Donetsk v Chelsea

Spartak Moskva v Benfica

Wednesday, October 24 2012


Blackburn Rovers v Sheffield Wednesday

UEFA Champions League

Ajax v Manchester City

Arsenal v Schalke 04

Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid

Dinamo Zagreb v PSG

Málaga v Milan

Montpellier v Olympiakos Piraeus

Porto v Dynamo Kyiv

Zenit v Anderlecht

Thursday, October 25 2012

Europa League

AEL v Fenerbahçe

Atlético Madrid v Académica

Borussia M'gladbach v Olympique Marseille

Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk v Napoli

Genk v Sporting CP

Hapoel Tel Aviv v Viktoria Plzeň

Helsingborg v Hannover 96

Internazionale v Partizan

Levante v Twente

Liverpool v Anzhi Makhachkala

Maribor v Tottenham Hotspur

Marítimo v Bordeaux

Newcastle United v Club Brugge

Olympique Lyonnais v Athletic Club

Panathinaikos v Lazio


Rapid Wien v Bayer Leverkusen

Rosenborg v Metalist

Rubin Kazan' v Neftçi

Sparta Praha v Ironi Kiryat Shmona

Steaua Bucureşti v Molde

Stuttgart v København

Videoton v Basel

Young Boys v Udinese

TV Schedule


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Its 2012 now mate

You last won at the lane in 2005

(f*ck Chelsea, stinking horrible cunts)

I know just winding you Spurs fans up.

Was watching that match on ESPN Classic the other night.

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The Sheffield Wednesday manager, Dave Jones, called for Leeds United fans to be banned from "every away ground" after trouble marred the Yorkshire derby against Neil Warnock's team at Hillsborough.

Chris Kirkland, the Wednesday goalkeeper, appeared to be punched by a Leeds fan who came on to the pitch in the wake of Michael Tonge's 77th-minute equaliser. Unsavoury chanting also marred the night.

A large number of the Leeds fans housed in the Leppings Lane End sang about the police charges against Jones which were dropped while the former broadcaster Sir Jimmy Savile, now the subject of a similar police investigation, appeared to be heralded in song.

The Wednesday fans also stoked things with songs about the two Leeds fans killed in Turkey in April 2000. The Leeds supporters responded by throwing bottles on to the field and clashing with police.

"They are vile animals," Jones said. "You talk about racism, the chanting, that's a form of racism. And then [for the Leeds players] to go and wave at them… not in my book. You don't wave at them after that.

"I thought it had gone out of our game. The authorities have to look at it and sort it. I'm talking about an incident when we should be talking about the football. We're talking about vile animals. That's what they are. We talk about racism but that, we need to sort that."

Leeds issued a statement after the game pledging to hunt down the man involved in the Kirkland incident.

It read: "Leeds United Football Club would like to publicly apologise and condemn the action of the fan who came on the pitch and attacked Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Chris Kirkland. The club will fully co-operate with the police and the football authorities in identifying the individual concerned.

"After the week football has endured there is no place for this type of behaviour and the majority of Leeds supporters will be ashamed of his actions."

Kirkland carried on after receiving treatment, with Jones saying: "He's sore. If he'd have stayed down, I wonder what would have happened. I have an ill goalkeeper. They should be punished."

Jones went on to criticise Warnock for allowing his players to clap the fans at the end of a game which finished 1-1. "We talk about morals and they go and wave at them," he said.

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that racism analogy is truly stupefying

lol @ the pie face as well, u'd think he lost a limb


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I dont get it. Is man trying to say, racism is not priority or what happened is a different type of racism?

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hes saying the chants about his child sex allegations and jimmy saville are a form of racism :rofl:

i think hes just confused and means a form of abuse/discrimination

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wtf is Jones talking about 'its a form of racism'


he supposedly pissed at the leeds chants of "he shags who he wants, he shags who he wannttttts, JIMMY SAVILLE he shags who he wants"

Can't handle the bantzzzzzz mdmdndndjansz




It's a form of racism

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Guest M12

wait a minute el hadji dioud is captain of Leeds under Neil Warnock. The same man who called said he was lower than a sewer rat :rofl:

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Looool Kirkland is a frail mentally I fully expect him to be dropping like a mug

If this was certain dons like al habis or reina this any racist Leeds scum would get a clothes line from hell ala jbl


Leeds fans have been scummy

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That jaw side just muttering its a form of racism and looking at the camera like he droped a gem on em

Smh should get fined for not having a extended vocab

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