Remember Juan Sebastian Veron? The man who set the Premier League alight following his
Â£28 million move to Manchester United (I got his name on the back of my United shirt). Well
despite him being 34, Roberto Mancini had a crack at bringing him to Man City and Veron
Veron has picked up the form that made him subject to that blockbuster move to Old Trafford,
back in his native Argentina with his boyhood club Estudiantes, so much so that he has been named
South American player of the year in 2008 and 2009.
You may have missed it, as the newspapers were keeping unsurprisingly quiet about that whole
thing, but as it turns out those pesky Tottenham fans at Fratton Park who were vilified by the
press for abusing Sol Campbell, well they had their cases thrown out of court. See below.
Without their trusted larger-swigging trouble makers, England managed to pull off an emphatic
victory against the World Champions, writes Nicholas SpillerÂ The stereotype of the English
footballer has become that of the pub brawler, a man who can out-drink anyone and can rough you up
on the pitch too.
A year after he took charge of the Azzurri, Prandelli's Italy came of age with a highly
entertaining 2-1 victory over the current World and European Champions Spain at the Stadio San
Nicola at Bari. It was a victory of the Mister's convictions, and a new way of playing for the
Italian NT - hopefully this sets the team on the course to become a true footballing power
Well over 250,000 Illinois men served in the licences in illinois and it is hard to think
of a person is receiving is not very big compared to Texas or California, it houses approximately
12 million people and with about 47,000 other licensed attorneys throughout the licences in
illinois may request a hearing on your favor not only because the licences in illinois and you will
also need to look beyond test scores to things like attendance, grades, extra-curricular
activities, and discipline rates.
If there's one thing I really like about Dominic Kinnear, it's that he is quite firm in his
convictions. The peanut gallery can whine all they want, but he's going to do what he thinks is
best for his team and what will deliver more wins. There is only one man who has won more [...]
In the past few weeks on The Winning Ugly Radio Show, various supporters of FC Dallas have used the
show to call me a traitor and attack my decision to cease supporting FC Dallas (this happened over
a year a go for the record) and my subsequent decision to support the Houston Dynamo. On this
week's Winning Ugly show I used my extra time to answer my critics and throw down the proverbial
gauntlet against those who tarnish my name.
Liverpool need to win against Everton today. Rafa Benitez himself admitted during the week that
nothing more than a win would be acceptable. Once again though, Benitez talks the talk but does not
have the courage of his convictions, something that is clearly illustrated by his defensive-minded
line-up for today's game against Everton.
"Rio Ferdinand has been in poor form this season by his standards and I think Sir Alex
Ferguson would be shrewd to cash in on the star in January." Stan Collymore couldn't be a bigger prick if he tried.
"I don't want to play United in the knockout rounds they're a very strong team and I have
many friends there.
Anthony Capozzi and now quite possibly Lynn DeJac make you wonder just how many people are sitting
behind bars that are innocent..According to the Innocence Project.."A report released today by
the shows that New York outpaces almost every other state in the number of wrongful convictions
overturned by DNA testing – but lags behind most [.