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Derby della Madonnina

It was a fiery encounter which saw Inter lose its first match of the season and Milan get back to winning ways. We also saw Kaka, Ronnie and Pato link up on several occasions and most notably for the goal… and what a way to score your first goal mind you! Anyway, I especially liked...

The Pundit’s on a mission!

I have to begin this post with an apology to the loyal minions that read this blog cause I’ve been out of action for the last week or so. I’d love to comment further but currently I’m taking part in an Undisclosed Adverse Event and I’ve been swarn to secrecy for the good of Queen...

World Weekend Wrap

Victory gets the edge over Glory… just [MVFC Blog]Aloisi will run a muck in the A-league [The World Game]Liverpool win Merseyside derby [The Round Ball Analyst]Rooney and crew breeze past 9 man Villa [Footytube.com]Milan struggling domestically yet always tough in Europe [UEFA]Mourinho doesn’t want England job [Eurosport UK]Premier League Team of the Week [ESPNsoccernet]

Puppa England Vs Mumma Russia

In a match where even Jar Jar Binks aka Rio Ferdinand was able to score for England, you could tell that things were a little off centre. I guess it’s testament to how far the team has come in the McClaren era… it seems that the defenders are scoring as frequently, if not more often...

The Pundit’s Whirlwind Euro-Trip!

In what eventuated as a bazaar turn of events, the forces that be placed the pundit on hiatus so that I could go and indulge in some European football action! It was one hell ‘of a ride spanning from England, Holland, France, Spain and then coming to an end in Greece. The aim was to...

All out attack!!

Arnie’s under pressure, so are the boys. They need to step it up a notch and take it to the Iraq’s. Media has been suggesting over the last week that the Aussies will come out in a more attacking formation… my guess is that they’ll be digging into Iraqi oil wells for a supply. Let’s...

…thats why I said maybe…

So it’s been brought to my attention that the China v Mexico match is part of a women’s four country international series! Dang! And I thought I was onto something! My apologies for jumping the gun, although I’ll still be logging into TvAnts at that time to try and find a rogue connection and will...

Down to the wire in the Eredivisie (NED)

Holy crap! I’ve been watching the dramas of the Dutch league unfold in front of my eyes and I can’t believe what I’m seeing! Now I don’t have the privilege of watching it on TV or Internet TV for that matter, so I’ve been getting the updates through FootieFox on my web browser. Anyway, I’m...

Asian Champions League

Sydney have put their campaign back on track after inspiring performances by attacking midfielder Steve Corica (2 goals) and striker David Zdrilic (2 assists). For those of you who didn’t see the match, you probably won’t be surprised to know that Sydney dominated possession (67%) and had 21 shots at goal. In the second half...

Paul Robinson Goal From 80 yards

I thought this was fascinating! Need i say more:

Asian Champions League – Results

Adelaide Utd 0 – 1 Shandong LunengShanghai Shenhua 1 – Sydney FC 2 As expected, Adelaide Utd failed to get a result at home against the Chinese champions. Need I say more! Sydney FC on the other hand got their campaign off to a great start with a quick goal by Stephen Corica and an...

I can smell a rat!

Benito Carbone, the 35-year-old Italian, who enjoyed spells in England with Sheffield Wednesday, Bradford City, Aston Villa, Derby and Middlesbrough, joined Sydney on a four-game contract last year, is considering a move to A-League club Adelaide United. He claims that he enjoyed his limited time in Adelaide last year and he would like to negotiate...