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Dutch delight over England Written By: Robert Halter Scott Parker captained England for the first time as the Three Lions interim manager Stuart Pearce took charge of the international friendly with Holland at Wembley Stadium for the leap year match on February 29. In the opening minute, a lob shot by Leighton Baines nestled on […]


England end Sweden’s record Written By: Robert Halter After forty three years, England registered a win over Sweden which they achieved in 2011 during a friendly international at Wembley that took place within the middle part of November and followed up their 1-0 result over Spain with the same margin of victory over the Swedes. […]


England edge past Spain Written By: Robert Halter The reigning World and European champions Spain, graced the Wembley stage in a November friendly as England faced their first test since achieving qualification to Euro 2012 following a 2-2 draw in Montenegro but if the Three Lions are to achieve success in Poland and Ukraine they […]


England vs Wales Three Lions tackle the Dragons Written By: Robert Halter England were on track for qualification to the Euro 2012 finals in Poland and Ukraine as the Three Lions topped Group G and looked to slay the Dragons once again having beaten Wales 2-0 back in March at the Millennium Stadium before a […]


Blues ease through Group E Written By: Robert Halter It had come down to the final game of Group E as only a goalless draw or a win for Chelsea would suffice to guarantee automatic qualification for the Blues to the knock out stages of the UEFA Champions League as match day six saw the […]


Arsenal brush Borussia Dortmund aside Written By: Robert Halter Arsenal achieved qualification to the knock out stages of the UEFA Champions League becoming the first English club through after topping Group F following match day five with Borussia Dortmund at the Emirates stadium. The German side started the game strongly after breaking away into the […]


Arsenal and Marseille locked in Battle Written By: Robert Halter An Aaron Ramsey stoppage time goal separated Arsenal and Olympique Marseille in France and put the Gunners in pole position at the top of Group F going into match day four as the repeat fixture took place in the Emirates Stadium at the beginning of […]


Chelsea’s landslide win over KRC Genk Written By: Robert Halter Match day three of the Group E UEFA Champions League fixture saw Belgium champions KRC Genk take to the field at Stamford Bridge but the gulf in class between them and Chelsea was there for all to see. This one sided match started with the […]


Arsenal over turn Olympiacos Written By: Robert Halter The first competitive goal scored at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium was by Olof Mellberg, then at Aston Villa, and he returned to face the Gunners with Greek champions Olympiacos in match day two of the UEFA Champions League Group F. Arsenal had opened their account with a 1-1 […]


Blues go one better than Bayer Written By: Robert Halter The visit of German side Bayer Leverkusen to Stamford Bridge brought back a Chelsea favourite Michael Ballack, who spent four seasons at the Blues before returning to Leverkusen in 2010. Group stage match day one in the UEFA Champions League was Bayer’s first time back […]