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Derby County Finally Relegated

This result in addition with Birmingham City’s 3-1 win over Manchester City confirmed Derby’s relegation and the only thing they are playing for is not to be the official worst ever team in the premiership in regards to amount of points accrued. The worst is Sunderland with 16 points and they are currently on 11.

There has been little doubt that they have been 1 of the worst ever teams to play top flight football in any league as they have a plethora of poor players without any outstanding ones. Apart from the potential of Gilles Barnes, you would be hard pressed to see any of their players being bought by premiership sides next season.

In other news, Arsenal came back from 2 goals and a man light with Abou Diaby sent off for a shocking tackle in the 1st half; with a 3-2 win over their bogey team Bolton, to halt a poor run of results that have seen them go from 5 points in the lead to 6 points behind leaders Manchester United.

Manchester United defeated an increasingly poor Aston Villa by 4-0 with Cristiano Ronaldo continuing his hot streak in front of goal with the 1st and Wayne Rooney grabbing a couple; his 1st goals at Old Trafford since October.

Elsewhere Sunderland boosted their chances of staying up by defeating West Ham by 2-1, Reading played out a lackluster 0-0 draw with Blackburn and Portsmouth warmed up for their upcoming FA Cup semi final next week by defeating Wigan Athletic 2-0.

In Scotland Glasgow Rangers boosted their chances of winning the Scottish premier league by defeating their archrivals Glasgow Celtic by 1-0 with the goal scored by Kevin Thompson just before half-time to put them 6 points clear of Celtic with a game in hand.

Debt-ridden Gretna were relegated after losing 2-0 at St. Mirren to add to the catalogue of woes that has affected them this season as they have gone into administration as well.

In Italy Roma missed the chance to pile more pressure on league leaders Inter Milan by only drawing 1-1 at struggling Cagliari where they needed a free kick from their influential captain Francesco Totti to cancel out an own goal by Matteo Ferrari.

Inter Milan had a tricky looking game at Lazio that they also managed to draw despite going in front with Hernan Crespo but Tommaso Rocchi equalized in the 2nd half to leave Inter still 4 points ahead of Roma in the race for the title.

In Germany Lukas Podolski scored his 1st Bundesliga goal of the season to rescue leaders Bayern Munich at Nuremberg. Title rivals Werder Bremen and Bayer Leverkusen both lost at home to Duisburg and Eintracht Frankfurt respectfully.

Schalke could only manage a draw at Karlsruhe while Hamburg could also just manage a draw at home to Arminia Bielefeld leaving Bayern 7 points clear at the top of the table.

In Spain Barcelona managed to let a 2 goal lead in the 1st half were they were totally dominant and could have been 5 goals up to lose 3-2 to Real Betis as they totally collapsed in the 2nd half. Betis even managed to miss a penalty and still win in what was a total transformation for both sides as Betis were dreadful in the 1st half and Barcelona were terrible in the 2nd half.

In an entertaining game Barcelona went 2 goals in front through Bojan Krkic and Samuel Etoo with both goals set up almost identically by Xavi Hernandez and then Edu scored from a header to make it 2-1 and he then missed a penalty when Eric Abidal who had a shocker, brought down substitute Victor Odonkor but almost immediately from Victor Valdes’ penalty save, Betis captain Juanito scored a stunning goal as he brought the ball down with his chest and hit a great volley to make it 2-2.

Edu then made amends for his weak penalty by hitting a glorious winner to aid Betis’ hopes of survival.

This result would pile more pressure on beleaguered manager Frank Rijkaard, who took of his team brightest spark, Bojan Krkic when they were 2-0 up in the 2nd half.

At the time of writing Villarreal, who were 3rd and just 2 points behind Barcelona were leading Atletico Madrid 2-0 at half time and if the result stands would leapfrog Barcelona into 2nd place and would just be 3 points behind stuttering leaders Real Madrid who have a tough game tomorrow at home to Sevilla.

In France Bordeaux defeated Nancy 2-1 with Fernando Cavenaghi getting both goals as they look to secure champions league football for next season.

In Holland leaders PSV could only manage a goalless draw away to Nijmegan while rivals Ajax went to Heerenveen and won by 4-2.

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Does Arsenal’s Win Over Ac Milan Mark The End Of Era?

Following Arsenal impressive performance in the San Siro and in the champions’ league in particular, many have rightly lauded them for their impressive performance thus far.

Arsenal’s team spirit and discipline has been a major key to their self and also go in a long way to show how much maturity they have attained in the last few seasons. A team which is dominated by youthful skills and talents translated into a plaudit -worthy performance.

On the contrary, another team who has come of age, is the almighty Ac Milan, though negatively this time around However, there was little that was positive about this epiphany. AC Milan were a sad imitation of the side that, A team who just less than 10 months previously, was crowned European club champions.

The Ronssoneri had no Answer to their more fancy opponents and as Arsenal’s fans, players and memebers of the board celebrate in San Siro, they matched triumphantly out of the once slaughter ground of Italy.

The build-up to the premier tie of the first knock-out round had focused on youth versus experience. In the young corner was Arsenal’s free-flowing game, based on high energy passing and movement while in the old corner, was the pragmatic, tactically-based approach of patient Milan.

At the helm of both sides were two highly successful managers that had, in their own way, been able to consistently develop winning teams.

Arsenal’s Wenger, with his commitment to youth, pitted his wits against Milan’s Carlo Ancelotti, whose own style centered on moulding older players into his system of play. Though I must confess I don’t like Arsene Wenger’s youth policy and I can defend my point anywhere. My Point is, what’s the need for a Youth Policy when they are being sold as soon as they are matured and have gained necessary experience.

Many of the players who passed through the academy through to the first team but had to leave along the line have gone on to perform wonderfully well with other clubs, from Alidiere, Larsson ( both scored against Arsenal over 2 legs this season), to Penant, Jeffers, Sidwell with Fabregas and Hleb also likely to go, all this has made mockery of Arsenal’s policy and also got them the tag of a business club.

When the draw for the Champions’ league second round was made, the question was Could Milan keep up with their younger opponents? The answer following the first leg goalless draw at the Emirates appeared to be yes, as Ancelotti’s men left with what they came for. However, there was no panic from Arsenal. Not conceding at home in Europe is often more important than scoring yourself and so it would prove.

Two weeks later the Music changed and Milan was simply capable for of dancing with Arsenal on a night of tensed pressure and fireworks. Two goals was all Arsenal need and of which they richly deserved

Though the goal came pretty late, but all thanks to the gunners’ discipline and massive team work and much more to Arsene Wenger super sub walcot. Indeed, had the Gunners not been so profligate in front of goal earlier in the game, the tie could have been over much sooner.

I don’t think the Milan fans should be surprise because the warming signal had always being there to see even though the won the champions league the last time out, after struggling to win against Celtic and Bayern Munich before Manchester United who were outrageously over powered in the Second Leg. The 3-0 scoreline was richly deserved which helped in silencing critics who believed the team is passed its prime.

However, Rafael Benitez’s side was in control of the final until Pippo Inzaghi struck twice. The warning signs were there and the decay that was evident continued into the new season. Defeat to Celtic in the group stage was a further shot across the bows for a Milan side that, at the same time, was struggling to compete in Serie A, partly due to fixture congestion that resulted from their participation in the World Club Championship.

Even there were question marks, however, until when Arsenal won in San Siro they seem unbeatable at home in Europe. In keeping with the case of many a crumbling empire, their homeland was the last to fall. As Arsenal stormed Milan’s castle in the space of ninety minutes, a group that had long been known as an experienced, wily bunch of veterans became old and past it.

In the official first-team squad that Milan submitted to UEFA for the tie, eighteen of the 28 players named were well over thirty years. eight of them were selected to start against Arsenal in San Siro. Three other thirty-somethings, Clarence Seedorf, Ronaldo and Dida, missed out through injury.

It was perhaps due to their experience that Milan were able to paper over the cracks for so long against Arsenal. Remarkably, until the statuesque Zeljko Kalac failed to deal with a shot from Cesc Fabregas that was eminently save able, Milan were just one goal away from progressing.

On the whole, however, there was no question that Arsenal were worthy victors, having instigated a tactical game plan to which Ancelotti and his side had no answer. As Milan chairman Silvio Berlusconi lamented, Wenger’s side simply would not give the hosts the ball. When they did, Milan had few ideas as to what to do with it.

Alongside the veterans, completing Milan’s first XI were its creative heartbeats, Kaká, Andrea Pirlo and Pato, the 18-year-old wonder kid. Though, on this night, they were stifled, the trio’s class remains undoubt able and it is around them that the next great Milan side must be built, for the time has come to overhaul the current group.

It is left to the board members of the Milan club to decide who gets to build the new and improved Milan team.

As he admitted on Tuesday, Ancelotti’s job now is to get Milan up to fourth place in Serie A to ensure they play Champions League football next season.

It is a stark reality of the club’s modest short-term ambition and will likely be the final act of the current manager.

Having won, among other trophies, two Champions League titles and a league championship since taking charge in 2001, Ancelotti has pulled Milan out of the depths into which the club was plunged by the likes of Alberto Zaccheroni, Cesare Maldini and Fatih Terim.

His current contract lasts until 2010 but the chances that Ancelotti lasts beyond the summer seem increasingly slim.

The whispers of potential successors, a list that is sure to be headlined by Frank Rijkaard and José Mourinho, and possibly Arsene Wenger, are set to get louder and louder.

In the Post match interview, Ancelotti admittedly said: ‘I don’t think we could have done anything more tonight’. A statement that has gone a long way to justify the fact that a serious rebuilding process needs to be embarked upon to savage the imminent fall of a great set of heros.

With a manager out of excuses for a team out of gas, the immediate future looks bleak for the seven-time European champions.

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Can Miroslav Klose Make World Cup History in South Africa?

Miroslav Klose is the only player in the history of the World Cup to score five or more goals in consecutive World Cups, something he achieved in 2002 and 2006. In the latter tournament his five goals were enough to win him the Fifa ‘Golden Boot’ and now he is in a position to break his own record by winning the the award again in 2010 in South Africa.

German World Cup success over the years has always relied on a top goal scorer and as a Nation down the years, they have produced some of the greatest strikers ever seen. Back in the 60s, when they became World Cup runners up to England, their main striker was the inspirational Uwe Seeler, who played in a total of four World Cups and is the only player in its history to score at least twice in four tournaments. He was capped 72 times in all by his country and scored 43 goals.

Possibly their most famous striker was the man known as ‘Der Bomber’, Gerd Muller, who scored an incredible 68 goals in 62 International appearances, including ten in the 1970 World Cup, where he won the ‘Golden Boot’. He is the second highest scorer in World Cup history with 14 goals, a figure only bettered by the great Ronaldo of Brazil.

After Muller, it was the mercurial Karl Heinz Rummenigge who took over the scoring responsibilities and netted a total of 45 goals in 95 matches. Rummenigge may not have been as prolific as Muller, but he was at the time one of the greatest footballing talents in the world, with possibly only Diego Maradona ahead of him at that time. He played in three World Cups, between 1978 -1986, finishing runners up on two occasions.

Jurgen Klinsman became the main man during the late 80s and 90s, a role that he relished scoring goals galore. He netted a total of 47 goals in a total of 108 International matches for his country, 11 of these goals coming in the three World Cup competitions of 1990, 1994 and 1998, in which West Germany won the tournament in 1990.

Klose therefore has had a lot to live up to, but if anything, he has exceeded expectations over the years and has surpassed records that he was not thought capable of. He has never been regarded as a player at the same level as Muller or Rummenigge, but in front of goal and particularly with his head he has proven himself just as lethal which is why he is amongst the favourites once again to win the Golden Boot in South Africa.

So far this season, he has played infrequently for his club, Bayern Munich, making only 25 appearances and scoring just 4 goals. He has had his fair share of injury problems, which accounts for his lack of games, However, Klose is still likely to spearhead Germany’s attack in South Africa and with his experience of playing in World Cups together with his eye for goal, he must once again be fancied to be a leading contender for another Golden Boot and if he does then it is likely to see Germany progress to the latter stages of the tournament.

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The Most Exciting Matches of the New Season

The schedule has been released for the 2011 Champions League tournament in European football, and it starts off with a bang, pitting Barcelona versus Arsenal (the pro club from England). These two teams have met before, with Barcelona getting the edge over Arsenal in their last two significant meetings, including the championship game in 2006. Barcelona-Arsenal is hardly the only contest that will be getting plenty of attention in this year’s tournament.

A Talented Field

Tottenham Hotspur drew AC Milan (the last team to repeat as champions, albeit twenty-odd years ago) in the first round, and that too is expected to be a must-see sporting event. Lyon hopes to surprise people as it takes on powerful Real Madrid, and Marseilles will go up against the wildly popular Manchester United. Inter Milan opens with a rematch against Bayern Munich, whom they defeated 2-nil in last year’s finals round. All are hoping to slog their way to victory as they pursue Europe’s most coveted football trophy. The final is to be played in London’s famed Wembley Stadium.

On this Side of the Pond

American soccer is also gearing up for an exciting season. The most recognizable team, the L.A. Galaxy, features World Cup hero Landon Donovan and the legendary David Beckham. They open their season against the Seattle Sounders on March 15th in a game that will be televised nationally on ESPN. Three days later, the focus will shift to Canada, where the Toronto squad will go to play the expansion Vancouver franchise. Defending champs Colorado will host the expansion Portland Timbers on that same day.

With European teams forging major television broadcast deals, and Americans finding a «new sport» on which to fixate, the expansion of the popularity of futbol is an irreversible trend. Around the world, the sport’s top officials recognize this, and are moving with all due speed and deliberation to make sure it continues.

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Which Team Will Come Out On Top At The End Of The Season

It is tricky guessing which teams would come out on top in certain leagues whilst it is relatively easy to predict which ones would prevail in others.

In England, Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea are in a 3-way battle to come out on top but at this point in time United seem to be in pole position, not just because they are leading but also because Arsenal do not seem to have too many match winners at the moment, concede too many stupid goals that impede their progress and Chelsea make too many bad decisions under Avram Grant.

A lot would depend on United’s matches against Liverpool and Arsenal as I do not think they would lose at Chelsea. Arsenal have fixtures coming up that might hamper them as they face Chelsea on Sunday, Liverpool, 3 times in days both in champions’ league and then they go to United in the space of 10 days or so. That is asking a lot for a young side that does not have strength in depth. Something would have to give as they surely cannot win the league and go far in champions’ league at the same time.

Chelsea, mathematically still have every chance to win the league as they still have to entertain United and Arsenal but under Grant, I don’t see them winning both games as he is not cute enough tactically to achieve what Jose Mourinho would have done. Therefore I am without much confidence tipping United for the title.

In Italy, Inter Milan seem to be in course for a 3rd straight title as their realistic rivals Roma seem to be faltering. Add to the fact that Roma are still in champions’ league and Inter are not further tips the balance in their favour.

It would be good for the integrity of the Italian league if Roma were to win it for many reasons mainly due to the fact that Inter went out of 2nd round of champions’ league and also they seem to get too many penalties in the league but I just cannot see Roma doing it.

In Spain, despite Bernd Schuster’s efforts to throw away the league, Real Madrid should be crowned champions at the end of the season as Barcelona do not seem that keen to win back their title.

In Scotland Glasgow Rangers should see of their main rivals Glasgow Celtic for the title.

In Holland, PSV should retain their title but it would be a close run thing with Ajax still in the hunt.

In France the title is Lyon’s to lose and I cannot see them not winning it for the 7th time in a row.

In Germany Bayern Munich should be crowned champions as their main rivals are not consistent enough to mount a serious challenge.

In Portugal Porto have all but mathematically won the league because they are so far in front it is ridiculous.

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