Football News

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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John McGlynn Delighted With Victory Over Dundee United
Hearts manager John McGlynn revealed to the press his delight after successfully picking up a convincing 3-0 victory over home team, Dundee United on Saturday. McGlynn said that his team's success in taking a two goals lead into the second half really helped them a lot but the tactician also believed that their calm second half attitude was also a key in sealing that important victory.
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09/21/12: The Daily
Watch MLS's The daily from 21.9.2012 - precious points for on the road for DC last night, Huston take control of their SSL destiny and the top spot of this year's 2424 countdown is revealed.
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La Liga Roundup: Barcelona Remain Top After a Win Over Granada
Barcelona continue their 100% winning run in La Liga this season after picking up a victory over Granada at Camp Nou on Saturday. Despite taking two goals victory, it wasn't an easy task at all for Tito Vilanova's men as they have to leave it late before eventually sealing the tie.
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Bielsa Eying a Win Against Malaga on Sunday
Athletic Bilbao are eager to pick up their second league victory this season as they host Malaga on Sunday. Head coach, Marcelo Bielsa revealed that the upcoming match against Manuel Pellegrini's men will be the perfect time to really get their season going back on track.
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McDermott Remain Confident Despite Poor Start
Reading manager, Brian McDermott remain positive about his team's situation despite having a poor start this season and still sitting in the bottom of Premier League with only a point from four games.
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O’Neill Believe Sunderland Will End Winless Run
Yet to grab any win this season doesn't really concern Sunderland's boss, Martin O'Neill, who is still confident that his side will eventually end their current winless run. However, O'Neill couldn't hide his disappointment over the result on Saturday which say his team  very close to secure their first win this season only to be canceled out by a last minute goal from Kevin Nolan.
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Allardyce Believed West Ham Deserved to Win on Saturday
West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce admitted that although his content with his team's effort in continuing their current unbeaten home run against Sunderland, he felt his side should've managed to won the game.
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Lambert disappointed with Villa’s negative display
Aston Villa's 4-1 defeat against Southampton left a bitter taste for the Villans' manager, Paul Lambert, who believed that his players' negative attitude in the second half play a big part of his team's battering.
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Pulis Delighted With Stoke Effort Despite Defeat
Despite suffering a 1-0 defeat against Chelsea on Saturday, Stoke City's boss, Tony Pulis, remain positive about his team's future as the manager believed that his players have been performing well so far, including the match at Stamford Bridge.
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