Wednesday, 30 April 2008

Chelsea Vs Liverpool Live Online : Live Streaming Links

UEFA Champions League - Semi Final Second leg

Liverpool FC v Chelsea FC

Liverpool have the chance to make another Champions League final tonight, but will they be the team to end Chelsea's amazing home record? Or will it be a Chelsea Man Utd showdown in the Premiership & Champions League?

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UEFA Champions League Semi Finals

European Champions League. Manchester United v Barcelona, Semi Final Second Leg, Old Trafford, Manchester. 29 April 2008.

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Man U beats Barcelona 1-0 to reach Champions League finals

Manchester United v Barcelona - UEFA Champions League Semi Final
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Old Trafford, Manchester, England — Paul Scholes was the unlikely hero for Manchester United when his 14th minute strike from 25 yards out found the back of the net, sending Old Trafford into pandemonium. The lone goal was enough as the Red Devils thwarted goal scoring chances from Thierry Henry and Lionel Messi in the second half to set up an all-English final on May 21.

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Sir Alex Ferguson: Paul Scholes a true great

Sir Alex Ferguson has praised the "great" Paul Scholes after the midfielder's goal sent United through to the Champions League final.

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Paul Scholes Goal Vs Barcelona : Champions League Goals

Manchester United's emblemImage via WikipediaPaul scholes opened the scoring in what was a tremendous night of football at Old Trafford. The crucial game had seen the two sides both needing a win if they wish to progress any further in the Champions League.

Manchester United 1 Barcelona 0.

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Man Utd vs barcelona Highlights : UEFA Champions League highlights

Tonights stormer of a game was between Man Utd & Barcelona, we will be providing the highlights from the 2nd leg of tonights champions league game after the match. Link.

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Nike Football take it to the next level

Nike, IncorporatedImage via WikipediaDo you like the new Nike football ad?

Take it to the next level.

The story: You are spotted by Arsene Wenger at a non-league fixture after scoring the winning free-kick. Suddenly you are there playing for the team using the Player’s entrance and being involved in the proffessional footballers scene on every level from match to match on the pitch and your personal life.


To get to the next level in football, you need a fine-tuned combination of skill, physical fitness, mental toughness, emotional control, the best products and a bit of luck. This journey is the ultimate roller-coaster ride – it is not quick, pretty or easy and there are plenty of surprises along the way. You see what it takes to get discovered – what it takes to keep improving. You live the ups and downs, the glory and the sacrifice, the fun and insanity a modern footballer experiences on his journey up the ranks of the game.

Tuesday, 29 April 2008

Manchester United Vs Barcelona Live Online: Champions League

Watch Manchester United Vs Barcelona Live online for free right here. This is a game nobody will want to miss out on so be sure you tune in!

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Sunday, 27 April 2008

Football: Ballack keeps his cool to leave Fergie boiling over

LONDON (AFP) — Michael Ballack's cool head caused Sir Alex Ferguson to lose his as Chelsea blew the English Premier League title race wide open.

On a day of high drama at both ends of the table, a 2-1 win over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge ensured Chelsea moved level on points with their rivals with two games left for both clubs.

United's vastly superior goal difference means they remain masters of their own destiny but Ballack's second goal of the afternoon, a nerveless spot-kick four minutes from time, ensured the champions' own nerve will be tested over the last two weeks of the campaign.

The Germany captain, who had given Chelsea the lead with a first-half header before Wayne Rooney equalised, claimed afterwards that the thought of missing the penalty had never entered his head.

"In the end you have to score," Ballack said. "For me it is no problem, I can handle the pressure."

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Arsenal Ladies scoop tenth league title

By Shona Black
24 April 2008

Arsenal Ladies clinched their record tenth Premier League title at the Emirates Thursday night with a 4-1 win over London rivals Chelsea.

Player of the match Karen Carney scored a brace, with star striker Kelly Smith and new signing, Scotland international Kim Little rounding off the victory.

It is the North London club's fifth consecutive premiership title, their tenth overall in 15 years of the FA Women's Premier League competition.

Arsenal now have the chance at the domestic Double when they meet Leeds in the FA Cup final 5 May.


Latest Football News from the Soccer World

Dutch Football (Five)

Dutch Football (Five): "Five - Dutch Football
02.05.2008 04:45-05:10

Football action with the game of the week from the Dutch EreDivisie.
Commentary is by Tim Caple."

Football Argentina (Five)

Football Argentina (Five): "Five - Football Argentina
02.05.2008 04:00-04:20

Football action from Argentina with the game of the week from the Torneo

The Big Match Revisited (ITV4)

The Big Match Revisited (ITV4): "ITV4 - The Big Match Revisited
01.05.2008 16:10-17:15

Classic football action from 25 years ago this week. Featuring a
top-of-the-table clash between Spurs and Liverpool, with Glenn Hoddle starring
in the Tottenham midfield...."

Football Rivalries (ITV4)

Football Rivalries (ITV4): "ITV4 - Football Rivalries
01.05.2008 15:05-16:10

Looking at the rivalry between Glasgow clubs Rangers and Celtic, and Dutch
teams Ajax and Feyenoord."

The Big Match Revisited (ITV4)

The Big Match Revisited (ITV4): "ITV4 - The Big Match Revisited
01.05.2008 11:25-12:30

Classic football action from 25 years ago this week. Featuring a
top-of-the-table clash between Spurs and Liverpool, with Glenn Hoddle starring
in the Tottenham midfield...."

Soccernight (ITV1 Granada)

Soccernight (ITV1 Granada): "ITV1 Granada - Soccernight
30.04.2008 23:45-00:15

Football news and views from across the north-west, with the latest action
from the Coca Cola Championship and Leagues One and Two, and a look ahead to
all the weekend games with special guests from ....."

Score (BBC Sport Interactive (red button))

Score (BBC Sport Interactive (red button)): "BBC Sport Interactive (red button) - Score
30.04.2008 19:00-05:00

Keep up with the afternoon's Champions League semi finals with Ray Stubbs.
Plus 606, Radio 5's phone-in football discussion show. Not available on

Football Italiano (Five)

Football Italiano (Five): "Five - Football Italiano
30.04.2008 04:20-05:10

Tony Jones presents highlights from the Serie A Game of the Week."

French Football (Five)

French Football (Five): "Five - French Football
30.04.2008 03:30-04:20

Football action from France, featuring highlights of the weekend's best Ligue
1 games."

Manchester United: King of Clubs (ITV4)

Manchester United: King of Clubs (ITV4): "ITV4 - Manchester United: King of Clubs
29.04.2008 18:30-19:00

Club football has never been more powerful, with superstars, giant stadia,
huge crowds, extraordinary budgets, and burning ambitions...."

Bad Manners Britain: Tonight (ITV1 Granada)

Bad Manners Britain: Tonight (ITV1 Granada): "ITV1 Granada - Bad Manners Britain: Tonight
28.04.2008 20:00-20:30

Jonathan Maitland investigates whether Britons have become boorish louts, and
delves into the world of modern manners with a unique experiment that aims to
turn a team of badly behaved footballers ..."

Match of the Day (BBC1 North West)

Match of the Day (BBC1 North West): "BBC1 North West - Match of the Day
27.04.2008 07:35-09:00

All the goals and highlights from the day's Barclays Premier League games.
Title rivals Chelsea and Manchester United meet up at Stamford Bridge in the
day's big match...."

Wednesday, 23 April 2008

Champions League Semi Finals.

Chelsea scored a last minute of injury time equaliser to keep give themselves a huge advantage going into the second leg of the Champions League Semi Finals against Liverpool. That crucial away goal was actually an own goal from Liverpool's John Arne Riise.

The Norwegian International left back looked absolutely devastated when he headed into his own net from a corner. Dirk Kuyt had put the home side ahead just before the end of the first half.

It had looked as if the match was theirs for the taking as they came out in the second half in an attacking mood.

Slowly Avram Grant's team got themselves back in it, and when the four minutes of injury time were almost up, Liverpool thought they would be home and dry with the advantage for the second leg.

Now they must go ahead and get at least a goal, if they have any hope of meeting the winners of the other semi final - Manchester United v Barcelona, in the final.

Liverpool have not scored at Stamford Bridge in 8 years. The size of the task will not be lost on their supporters, of which I am one.

to be continued.

Tuesday, 15 April 2008

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