Final Scores: European Football Round-Up

30 11 2010

Results from the 26th -29th November 2010

Barclays Premier League

Aston Villa 2 – 4 Arsenal
Bolton 2 – 2 Blackpool
Everton 1 – 4 West Brom
Fulham 1 – 1 Birmingham
Man Utd 7 – 1 Blackburn
Newcastle 1 – 1 Chelsea
Stoke 1 – 1 Man City
Tottenham 2 – 1 Liverpool
West Ham 3 – 1 Wigan
Wolverhampton 3 – 2 Sunderland

SPL

Celtic 2 – 2 Inverness CT
Hamilton 0 – 0 St Mirren
Hibernian 0 – 0 St Johnstone
Kilmarnock 2 – 0 Aberdeen

La Liga

Athletic Bilbao 1 – 0 Osasuna
Atletico Madrid 2 – 3 Espanyol
Barcelona 5-0 Real Madrid
Hercules 3 – 1 Levante
Mallorca 2 – 0 Malaga
Racing Santander 1 – 0 Deportivo La Coruna
Real Zaragoza 0 – 3 Villarreal
Sevilla 1 – 3 Getafe
Sporting Gijon 1 – 3 Real Sociedad
Valencia 2 – 1 Almeria

Serie A

Bari 1 – 1 Cesena
Brescia 0 – 0 Genoa
Cagliari 3 – 2 Lecce
Inter Milan 5 – 2 Parma
Juventus 1 – 1 Fiorentina
Lazio 1 – 1 Catania
Palermo 3 – 1 Roma
Sampdoria 1 – 1 AC Milan
Udinese 3 – 1 Napoli

Bundesliga

Bayern Munich 4 – 1 Eintracht Frankfurt
Borussia Dortmund 4 – 1 Borussia M’gladbach
Cologne 1 – 1 Wolfsburg
FC Kaiserslautern 5 – 0 Schalke 04
Hamburg 4 – 2 VfB Stuttgart
Hannover 96 3 – 0 SC Freiburg
Mainz 3 – 0 Nurnberg
TSG Hoffenheim 2 – 2 Bayer Leverkusen
Werder Bremen 3 – 0 St Pauli

Ligue 1

AS Nancy 1 – 1 St Etienne
Auxerre 1 – 2 Toulouse
Bordeaux 1 – 1 Lille
Caen 0 – 3 Sochaux
Lorient 2 – 0 Rennes
Lyon 2 – 2 PSG
Marseille 4 – 0 Montpellier
Monaco 1 – 1 Nice
Valenciennes 3 – 0 Arles

Eredivisie

AZ 2 – 2 Heerenveen
De Graafschap 1 – 1 Vitesse
Feyenoord 2 – 1 ADO Den Haag
Heracles 2 – 1 FC Utrecht
NAC 4-2 PSV
NEC 2 – 4 FC Twente
Roda JC 1 – 0 FC Groningen
VVV 0 – 2 Ajax
Willem II 1 – 1 Excelsior

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Final Scores: European Football Round-Up

22 11 2010

21st-22nd November 2010 results:

Premier League

Arsenal 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur
Birmingham City 1-0 Chelsea
Blackburn Rovers 2-0 Aston Villa
Blackpool 2-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Bolton Wanderers 5-1 Newcastle United
Fulham 1-4 Manchester City
Liverpool 3-0 West Ham United
Manchester United 2-0 Wigan Athletic
Sunderland 20:00 K/O Everton
West Bromich Albion 0-3 Stoke City

SPL
Aberdeen 0-1 St Johnstone
Celtic 1-1 Dundee United
Hearts 2-0 Hamilton Academical
Inverness Caledonian Thistle 4-2 Hibernian
Kilmarnock 2-3 Rangers
St Mirren 1-1 Motherwell

La Liga

Almeria 0-8 Barcelona
Deportiva La Coruña 3-0 Malaga
Espanyol 3-0 Hercules
Getafe 20:00 K/O Real Zaragoza
Levante 3-1 Racing Santander
Osasuna 1-0 Sporting Gijon
Real Madrid 5-1 Athletic Bilbao
Real Sociedad 2-4 Atletico Madrid
Sevilla 1-2 Mallorca
Villarreal 1-1 Valencia

Serie A

AC Milan 1-0 Fiorentina
AS Roma 2-0 Udinese
Brescia 1-2 Cagliari
Catania 1-0 Bari
Cesena 1-2 Palermo
Chievo 2-1 Inter Milan
Genoa 0-2 Juventus
Lecce 2-3 Sampdoria
Parma 1-1 Lazio
Napoli 4-1 Bologna

Bundesliga

Bayer Leverkusen 1-1 Bayern Munich
Borussia Monchengladbach 2-3 Mainz
Eintracht Frankfurt 0-4 TSG Hoffenheim
Hannover 96 3-2 Hamburg SV
Nurnberg 1-3 Kaiserslautern
SC Freiburg 1-2 Borussia Dortmund
Schalke 4-0 Werder Bremen
St Pauli 1-1 Wolfsburg
Stuttgart 0-1 FC Koln

French Ligue 1

Arles 2-4 Bordeaux
Lille 2-1 AS Monaco
Nancy 2-0 Valenciennes
Nice 0-1 Montpellier
Paris St Germain 2-1 Caen
RC Lens 1-3 Lyon
Rennes 2-1 Brest
Saint-Etienne 1-1 Auxerre
Sochaux 2-0 Lorient
Toulouse 0-1 Marseille

Eredivisie

Ado Den Haag 3-0 NAC Breda
Ajax 0- PSV
De Graafschap 3-1 Roda JC
Excelsor 1-0 VVV
FC Twente 1-2 AZ Alkmaar
FC Utrecht 4-0 NEC
Groningen 2-0 Feyenoord
Heerenveen 5-0 Willem II
Vitesse 2-0 Hercales





Serie A Players to Strike

10 09 2010

Serie A was plunged into crisis today as a dispute over contracts has lead to players in Italy’s top league to plan a strike on matches falling on the 25th and 26th of September.

A full programme of fixtures is scheduled for this weekend and a strike would cause havoc with remaining fixtures and broadcasters.

[picapp align=”left” wrap=”true” link=”term=massimo+oddo&iid=5660145″ src=”http://view1.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/5660145/massimo-oddo/massimo-oddo.jpg?size=500&imageId=5660145″ width=”234″ height=”238″ /] The stunning revelation was made by AC Milan captain Massimo Oddo (left) on behalf of the Italian Players’ Association (AIC). Oddo said in a news conference: “The association, in perfect symphony with the players of Serie A, has decided not to go on the field for the fifth round of matches of the Serie A championship on Sept. 25 and 26 in protest against requests to impose new contractual rules”.

This is not the first time the Players’ Association has threatened to strike. According to the BBC, this dispute “centres around a proposal by clubs to limit the rights of players to refuse transfers, as Juventus defender Fabio Grosso recently did following an offer from AC Milan”.

“The clubs want the right to insist that when a player has a year remaining on his contract, he must accept a transfer to another, equally competitive club that guarantees the same financial treatment and status”.

“They propose that if the player does not agree to move he must instead come to a deal over his contract with his current employers”.

Serie A, which broke away from the rest of the Italian league this year, has declared that it will propose a new collective deal by Monday.

It is believed that the AIC’s fear is that without a collective agreement, clubs will continue to force players to move to other teams if they only have one year remaining on their contracts.

Mark Jepson





Serie A Introduces Foreign Player Cap

4 07 2010

The Italian Football Federation has introduced a new ruling which restricts Serie A teams from signing more than one non-EU player per season. The signing can only happen to replace an outgoing non-EU player.

The decision is said to have been made following Italy’s disastrous World Cup campaign which saw them finish in last place in their group.

The move has enraged many officials of Italian clubs. Lega Calcio, the governing body of Serie A and B, has criticised the decision. President Mario Beretta said: “It won’t solve anything.

AC Milan president Adriano Galliani agreed saying: “This won’t resolve the problems in Italian football. I absolutely share the position put forth by the Lega Calcio and president Beretta.”

Mark Jepson





Inter-est Cooled in Mascherano

25 06 2010

According to Sky Sports, Internazionale president Massimo Moratti has gone on record saying that his side are no longer chasing Javier Mascherano and they have turned their attentions to Brazil star Felipe Melo. The stumbling block appears to be Liverpool’s valuation of the Argentina captain which is believed to be around £25million.

“Mascherano is a strong player, but it is unlikely that he will arrive. He simply costs too much and it is not certain that Liverpool will sell, explained Moratti. “Melo is an intriguing idea and one that we are working on.”

Melo was a big money signing for Juventus last summer but Inter believe they can tempt the Old Lady into selling.

Mark Jepson

Click here for the Sky Sports story








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