Chelsea through to Champions League last 16 after 3-0 victory over Valencia http://t.co/nF0V5gwf via @guardian — Guardian sport (@guardian_sport) December 6, 2011
Today and tomorrow it counts for the Barclay’s English Premier League clubs. Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City are fighting for survival in the UEFA Champions League. While Manchester United and Chelsea can advance on their own, City is not so fortunate. City’s fortune is depending on Villareal and their...
Valencia keeper Diego Alves says that Chelsea isn't the favorite when the two teams square off on Tuesday: http://t.co/3Ny0xjzm #UCL #CFC — Goal USA (@GoalUSA) December 6, 2011
Mancini: "It's important for us to sell Tevez. It's the only thing we can do now." — AC Milan News (@Milanello) December 6, 2011
#soccer =45mins of sport, 15 mins discussion, 45mins of sport. No commercials, no timeouts. NFL is irritating me — Kim Tate (@KimTateSports) December 6, 2011
This article about the poor performance of British teams in the Champions League lays out the major problem with British soccer: Hopeless overestimation. We should be making a few things clear before talking about the weaknesses of British, or better, English soccer. Poor returns from English teams – Premier League...
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"I have three idols: Che, Fidel and John Lennon". When GQ met the late Brazilian footballing legend Sócrates http://t.co/kYmcBIKJ — British GQ (@BritishGQ) December 5, 2011
#soccer #news Marco Reus' £15m release clause could be a problem, admits Bayern Munich's Karl-Heinz Rummenigge http://t.co/GgsuR47g — Goal.com News (@Goalcom) December 5, 2011
Rumor Central: "We did meet with Nicolas Anelka. The discussions were very good." –@ImpactMontreal coach Jesse Marsch. http://t.co/4I9tKuoA — Major League Soccer (@MLS) December 5, 2011