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Bundesliga Week 4 Match Preview
A big match is set to spoil Bundesliga fans this Saturday as home team, Schalke 04 host Bavarian giant, Bayern Munich, at Veltins Arena. Huub Stevens' men will be looking to stop Bayern's current perfect record, but it won't be an easy task since  Jupp Heynckes' boys have been pretty prolific this season, scoring 12 goals already from three matches.
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La Liga Preview: Barcelona Set to Maintain Winning Run
Barcelona set to continue their 100% record in La Liga as they meet up Granada this weekend, the Catalan side have already create eight point gap with their rival, Real Madrid. Despite their current perfect record, Barca's tactician, Tito Vilanova, warn his team not to take their opponent lightly since last season Granada managed to give lots of problem for the Blaugrana.
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Juventus Ready for Chievo Challenge
Scudetto holder, Juventus, will be hoping to continue their positive form on Sunday as they host, Chievo Verona in Turin. Caretaker coach, Massimo Carrera expect that his players  to have bigger motivation after performing well in their Champions League opening tie against Chelsea in midweek.
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Ferguson Hopes for Positive Support at Anfield
Sir Alex Ferguson explained to the press his intention in writing  a letter to traveling United fans, who will attend the big match against Liverpool on Sunday, is to avoid potential troubles in what supposed to be a memorial tribute.
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Injury Problems Troubling QPR
Ahead of his team's clash against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, Queens Park Rangers' boss, Mark Hughes is left with a headache due to an injury crisis that is hitting his squad. However, the injury issues isn't stopping Hughes from being confident over his team's chances at White Hart Lane.
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Rodgers Hopes Clash with Man United Will be a Fitting Tribute
Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers is hoping that Sunday big match clash between his side against Manchester United won't be filled with unnecessary controversies. Rodgers hope that both teams will use the game to properly give tribute for the Hillsborough tragedy.
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Wenger Believes Injury Will Make Wilshere a Stronger Player
Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger, believes that his young midfield star, Jack Wilshere, will be a much stronger player after his 14 month injury spell. The Englishman pick up an ankle injury which ruled him out for the whole of last season, but his already back on full training with his teammates.
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Di Matteo Isn’t Pressured by Abramovic’s Visit
Straight from their 2-2 draw against Juventus in the Champions League on midweek, Chelsea received a special visit from their owner Roman Abramovic. The Blues' coach, Roberto Di Matteo isn't intimidated with his boss' arrival, claiming that it was nothing more than a routing check from Abramovic.
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Mancini Lauds Arsenal Title Bid
Ahead of his team's clash against Arsenal this Sunday, Manchester City's manager, Roberto Mancini, went on to praise his upcoming opponent, claiming that Arsene Wenger's team will be a strong title contender this season.
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Everton Ready for Swansea Challenge
Still bitter about the result from their previous league game, Everton's boss, David Moyes ensured everyone that the disappointment won't be affecting his players' morale ahead of their tip to Swansea this Saturday.
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MLS Not Goal of the Week 28
The judges of American Idol express their thoughts of these howlers from Week 28.
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09/20/12: MLS goals
09/20/12: The Daily - MLS goals Andrew and Greg recap midweek MLS and CCL games including New York Red Bulls against Sporting Kansas City and Seattle Sounders versus Marthon, and discuss DC United's upcoming match against The Philadelphia Union.
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A Class with Patrick Vieira
Western Union have become the new global partner of the UEFA Europa League. To celebrate, Western Union have committed to turn every successful pass in this season’s competition into funding to provide one day’s education for young people around the world.
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