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SPL Weekend Goals
Another interesting week of the Scottish Premier League have passed by, there's several interesting matches in store and of course tons of exciting goals that gave lots of joy for the SPL fans.
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Eredivisie: Sunday Match Review
FC Twente maintain their 100% start in the season after picking up their sixth win on Sunday by beating struggling  Heerenveen 1-0. Steve McClaren's men were forced to wait until half time before getting their goal, which was scored by Dusan Tadic, from the spot kick.
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Villas-Boas Still Trust Friedel as Spurs’ Number One
Having four good goalkeepers apparently doesn't give much of a selection headache for Tottenham Hotspurs manager, Andre Villas-Boas, who still have an ultimate faith on his current number one, Brad Friedel.
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Wenger Faces Selection Headache at the Back
Still unbeaten after five Premier League games and only conceded two goals in the process simply showed the defensive strength of Arsenal in this early part of the season. This situation gave a little bit headache for manager, Arsene Wenger as he must now pick his ideal center back combination despite having three capable players in filling that role.
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Rodgers Honored after Hillsborough tributes
Although his side may not picked up the result on Sunday, Liverpool manager, Brendan Rogers said that he is already honored with the opportunity in leading the Reds in that game against Manchester United.
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Mancini and Balotelli Caught in Another Altercation
Another friction between Manchester City manager, Roberto Mancini and his striker, Mario Balotelli seemed to appear again in this early stage of the season. Mancini was seen pushing Balotelli in the tunnel right after their team's home game against Arsenal which ended in a 1-1 draw.
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Pelligrini Happy With a Point Against Bilbao
Malaga head coach, Manuel Pelligrini was satisfied with the result that his team earned during their clash against Athletic Bilbao at San Mames. Pelligrini revealed that his players did very well defensively as they managed to reduce the attacking threat that Bilbao normally possessed.
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Rodgers Eager to End Horrific Chants
Liverpool manager Brendan Rogers might be disappointed with his team's 2-1 defeat against Manchester United on Sunday, but that was not the only issue he addressed at the post match conference.
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Wenger Content With a Point on Sunday
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger revealed that his content with the 1-1 draw his side picked up against Manchester City on Sunday, claiming that it was the minimum result that the Gunners can achieve.
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Disappointed Mancini Eying for Improvement
Roberto Mancini admitted that he was disappointed with the 1-1 result that his team, Manchester City, earned against Arsenal on Sunday. The manager revealed that if they want to win a game, keeping a clean sheet or avoiding a late goal is very essential.
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Terry Announced Retirement from International Football
Surprising news arrived from England as Chelsea's skipper, John Terry, announced his retirement from international football with immediate effect. Terry's decision to retire from the national team came just 24 hours before the center back faces FA disciplinary hearing over an alleged racist comment made to Queens Park Rangers' defender, Antoine Ferdinand.
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Stramaccioni Expects Improvement from Inter
Inter Milan head coach, Andrea Stramaccioni, was disappointed with his team's defeat on Sunday, blaming lack of defensive solidity as the main culprit for that disappointing result.
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Vilanova Admits Barcelona Were Tired Against Granada
Barcelona continue their winning run with a 2-0 victory over Granada on Saturday, but their lackluster performance didn't go unnoticed by their head coach, Tito Vilanova. Vilanova admitted that their players weren't playing at their best this week, but the tactician understand that their hectic schedule simply took the tool of his boys.
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