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Robben at the double for Dutch

Written By Koka Albert on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 | 11:22 PM

Klaas Jan Huntelaar Arjen Robben
A new era for England started with defeat on Wednesday as a side pieced together by Stuart Pearce and led by Scott Parker went down 3-2 to Holland.

Arjen Robben and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar did the damage for the 2010 World Cup finalists, who surrendered a two-goal lead before snatching a dramatic winner.

Tanzania 1-1 Mozambique

Timu ya taifa ya Tanzania imeshindwa kufua dafu mbele ya wageni wao Mozambique baada ya kulazimishwa sare ya goli moja kwa moja  kwenye uwanja wao wa nyumbani. Shukrani zimuendee mchezaji anayechezea nafasi ya kiungo wa timu hiyo mwenye kipaji cha hali ya juu,  Mwinyi Kazimoto kwa kutufungia bao hilo pekee ambalo lilikuwa la kusawazisha dakika chache kabla ya kipindi cha kwanza kumalizika,.. kwa matokeo haya Stars itawalazimu kushinda,au kupata matokeo ya sare ya magoli zaidi ya mawili katika mchezo wa maruduano ili kujihakikishia nafasi ya kusonga mbele katika mashindano hayo.

Scott Parker named England captain for Wednesday's friendly with the Netherlands at Wembley

The Spurs man has been praised for his fine performances this season both domestically and internationally, picking up the Vauxhall England Player of the Year award in the process.

Many had tipped Steven Gerrard to be handed the captain's armband, with the Huyton-born midfielder having captained the side on 15 previous occasions.

Lukas Podolski agrees personal terms with Arsenal

The 26-year-old is said to have reached an accord with the Gunners about a summer move that would see him join fellow Germany international Per Mertesacker at the Emirates

The Germany international's contract with the Billy Goats expires in 2013, and has repeatedly expressed his love for his hometown club. However, he has admitted frustration with the team's lack of progress in recent years, and earlier this year turned down the prospect of negotiations for a contract extension.

Speculation suggest that Scott Parker will captain England in tonight's clash with Netherlands

There is a great chance that the Interim England manager will choose Scott Paker to captain England team for todays match against Netherlands.

Lionel Messi’s not a great player, and as for Wayne Rooney... Pele

Written By Koka Albert on Tuesday, February 28, 2012 | 11:14 PM


WHEN Sir Alex Ferguson dubbed Wayne Rooney "The White Pele", the real deal was flattered but was hardly in agreement.

Typical of the attitude that made him the world's greatest footballer, Brazilian legend Pele feels Rooney, 26, has a long way to go before he can be talked about in the same breath as him.
Pele, 71, told The Sun on a visit to London: "I am a very big fan of Rooney. He always fights for the team. He is not too technical, his strength is his heart.
"He's a good player. But you can't really compare him to me. I scored a lot of goals. I don't know if Rooney has."

Mano Menezes laments Ronaldinho and David Luiz performances despite Brazil's victory over Bosnia & Herzegovina

Menezes laments David Luiz display

In a disjointed display, Brazil were lucky to leave Switzerland's AFG Arena with the win and have now gone an eight consecutive games unbeaten.

However, aspects of the Selecao's performance left Menezes with a bitter taste after they struggled past BiH and he was particularly displeased with Ronaldinho's role.

He told GloboEsporte: "I believe that Ronaldinho was below what Ronaldinho is.

"He failed to provide that passing quality which he usually gives."

The two-time World Player of the Year was replaced by Ganso in the second half and Menezes recognised the youngster's impact.

"Ganso came on and looked good and the improvement in that sector happened because the ball started to stay in that area.

"It is not always possible to keep the ball in front of the goal. Our rivals' system did not allow that."

Another player to put in a below-par performance was Chelsea's David Luiz but Menezes offered the defender some words of encouragement.

"We talked after the match and I told him that errors are part of a footballer's life. You cannot let that interfere with your entire game.

"As a defender, you cannot linger in that area of the pitch and let the attacker come away with the ball."

Brazil took the lead early on through Marcelo but were soon pegged back by Vedad Ibisevic. Sasa Papac then turned into his own net in the dying moments to gift Brazil the win.

Pearce delays naming Englang Captain

Pearce delays naming England captain

Interim boss says he will announce his skipper and team for the Netherlands friendly on Wednesday morning, with Steven Gerrard and Joe Hart among the players tipped for the captaincy

Sir Alex Ferguson: Tottenham test will decide Manchester United's title challenge

FA Cup; Sir Alex Ferguson, Liverpool v Manchester United

Sir Alex Ferguson has billed Manchester United's clash against Tottenham as 'massive' and admits he would be content to face Manchester City in April with his side still trailing the league leaders by two points

Van Persie Doubtful for England Clash

Van Persie doubtful for England clash

The Arsenal forward missed the last 10 minutes of training with the Netherlands on Tuesday after aggravating a groin problem he sustained during the 5-2 win over Tottenham on Sunday

La Liga round-up

Written By Koka Albert on Monday, February 27, 2012 | 7:58 AM

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Cristiano Ronaldo's brilliant backheel saw Primera Liga leaders Real Madrid win again, while Barcelona, Osasuna, Real Sociedad and Sevilla also claimed victories.

See Ronaldo's spectacular backheel goal

Gunners destroy Spurs by 5 goals to 2

Arsenal completed an incredible comeback as they recovered from a two-goal deficit to thrash north London rivals 5-2 at the Emirates Stadium.


Arsenal's decision to sell Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri helped them report a huge pre-tax profit of £49.5million for the six months to the end of November.

Manchester United Win

Written By Koka Albert on Sunday, February 26, 2012 | 10:08 PM

Norwich City 1 Manchester United 2: match report

Manchester United at Carrow Road on Sunday Feb 26, 2012.

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