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Preston: Jermain Beckford And Eoin Doyle Fined For Fighting With Each Other, Money Will Be Used To Reimburse Fans

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Preston North End have saidthat they will be fining both Jermaine Beckford and Eoin Doyle after the pair were sent off for squaring up to each other during Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday.

The pair, who were likened to "four-year olds" by Preston manager Simon Grayson, almost came to blowsin the final minute of the game at Hillsborough and promptly received their respective marching orders from referee Scott Duncan.

Video Jermaine Beckford goal vs Chesterfield 2015 Second Leg Playoff Preston 50 yard

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Video Jermaine Beckford goal vs Chesterfield 2015 Second Leg Playoff Preston 50 yard is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter This cracking Jermaine Beckford goal vs Chesterfield (VIDEO BELOW) sent Preston into the League One playoff final as they beat the Spireites 4-0 on aggregate in their semi.

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Jermaine Beckford ‘Shirt Snatch’ Saga Ends As Preston Striker Presents Young Fan With Special Replacement (Photo)

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By Chris Wright

Huzzah! It looks like the slightly depressing saga of Jermaine Beckford's League One play-off final shirt has reached a happy conclusion.

As you may recall, the shirt caused a bit of a stir last week when eight-year-old Preston fan Ted Dockray was seen having Beckford's shirt snatched out of his hands by a 31-year-old woman after the striker slung it into the crowd at Wembley.

Transfer deadline day deals: The view from the Championship

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WHILE the lavish spending of the Premier League's big boys captured most of the limelight on transfer deadline day, there was also plenty of business done in the second tier. James McMath looks at some eye-catching signings made by Championship clubs.

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Evans Gives Klinsmann Get Out Of Jail Card

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Brad Evans rescued Jurgen Klinsmann and the United States from another deflating World Cup qualifier on the road.

It looked like the US had thrown away two valuable points in the 89th minute Jermaine Beckford was left unmarked to score from six yards out from Rodolph Austin's 40-yard free kick.

Match Preview: Liverpool v. Everton, 10.01.11

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Little introduction needed for tomorrow's match, which marks the 216th Merseyside Derby. Last season's encounter at Goodison was farcical from a Liverpool perspective, with the hosts dominating the match and deservedly earning a 2-0 victory that sent the Reds into the bottom three. Thankfully fortunes have changed, but what's sure to be the same is the fiery temperament that's come to be associated with the match-up, especially in recent years.

Potential Raul Meireles-Steven Gerrard Midfield Partnership Gives Liverpool Reason For Optimism

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There's no doubt that a 2-2 result in the 215th Merseyside Derby was far from an ideal outcome at Anfield, but -- aside from the short burst of Everton dominance to begin the second half -- this was one of matches that should be viewed as more encouraging than disappointing.
Most strikingly, Raul Meireles continued to emerge from his shell and was perhaps the best player on the pitch.

European Weekend Rewind: Arsenal goes top, Lille takes France lead and more

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Chelsea's woes looked like they would end this weekend against Everton with the club doing what title contenders do: winning a match it probably deserved to lose. Instead, justice was served for the Toffees, who created chance after chance before Jermaine Beckford's 86th minute header finally extended the Blues' Premier League winless streak to four matches.

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Jamaica vs US Men’s National Team Goal Highlights [VIDEO]

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The US men's national team picked up a vital win on the road in World Cup Qualifying yesterday to lift the team into second place in their CONCACAF group.

In case you missed the game, or if you want to see the goals again, here are the highlights from the June 7 match between Jamaica and the United States from Kingston.

Jamaica 1-2 USA: Brad Evans Saves the Day in Kingston

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The United States needed a bit of last minute heroics in Kingston, Jamaica on Friday evening as the Reggae Boyz tied the match in the 89th minute courtesy of Jermaine Beckford's, only to see Brad Evans tally what proved to be the game winner in stoppage time. On the evening, the United States held the clear advantage in terms of ball possession, but the physical nature of the Jamaican's style of play successfully disrupted the Americans play within their own midfield.

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Huddersfield stay the best for Rhodes’ international career

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Scotland seem to have unearthed a new star striker in the form of Jordan Rhodes, who scored his first international goal for his country in their 3-1 win over Australia earlier this month.

Rhodes is set for a prolonged spell in the Scotland set-up as boss Craig Levein prepares his squad for a difficult World Cup qualifying campaign, and although unproven at a level higher than League One, the Huddersfield Town striker should only improve his game in the months to come.

Every day at Everton shows why Moyes is such a remarkable boss

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Mirror: Every day at Everton shows why Moyes is such a remarkable boss

The day David Moyes looks for a new challenge away from Goodison Park is the day Everton should be worried. Until then, Moyes will carry on working miracles with a few slip-ups along the way. And he is performing miracles.

The Weekend: Les Grossman, More Landon, Tim McDreamy & More

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Let's get right to it:

Back at it in Candyland...

• Everton welcomes Norwich City to it's Really Goodison

The Premiership world was shocked when Everton announced that American Landon Donovan will come on loan to the Land of Toffee starting January 4th.

Okay, not shocked actually at all except for the fact that Everton actually got a quality player to help them in a battle with Father Relegation, even if only for two months.

Everton Struggle To Put Together 25-Man Squad

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Everton's troubles continue as they were only able to name 18 players, seven short of the maximum, in their official squad submitted to the Premier League.

However, that 18 does not include Under-21 players, so the likes of Ross Barkley do not feature but are still eligible to play as clubs can use an unlimited number of younger-age players.

Toffees lose striker

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Everton have confirmed that striker Jermaine Beckford has left the club in a £3 million deal. The transfer sees Beckford drop down a division to the Championship as he joins Sven Goran Eriksson's Leicester City side. Beckford failed to make the grade at Goodison Park, often frustrating Toffees fans by missing countless goalscoring opportunities.

Transfer Deadline Day – Beckford to Leicester, Forlan joins Inter

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Another hectic transfer deadline day today, with several interesting transfers currently taking place. Diego Forlan has joined Inter Milan from Atletico Madrid, with Forlan previously being linked to Tottenham Hotspur. I think this move is a bit of a shame as he has undoubted quality and would have loved to have seen him play in the Premier League again, where he got so much stick for his time with Man United.

Toffees reject Beckford bids

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Everton boss David Moyes has admitted they have rejected three bids for striker Jermaine Beckford.

Beckford link and St James’ smokescreens?

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Everton striker Jermaine Beckford is now the latest striker to be linked with a move to Newcastle United, if you are to believe the latest edition of the 'Sunday Sun'. The same paper is reporting that Newcastle have not reached any agreement over PSG striker Mevlüt Erdinç, in fact, a PSG 'spokesman' had this to [.

Everton in DC

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When I learned that Everton Football Club would be paying D.C. United a visit earlier this year, I wasn't sure how to feel. The diehard Liverpool fan in me boiled with tribal pain, but from a club PR perspective I realized that this would be a unique opportunity for our fan base to see one of the most historic sides in English football.

Jermaine Beckford's Spectacular Goal vs. Chelsea

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There really aren't words for what Jermaine Beckford did on Sunday against Chelsea. It's brilliant, stunning, spectacular...insert whatever adjective you want. It's the kind of thing we're used to seeing from Lionel Messi.

Enough words, enjoy!

Bothroyd on his way to Everton

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Bothroyd on his way to Everton | The Sun |Sport|Football Everton manager Moyes believes Bothroyd, 29, can be as successful as Jermaine Beckford, who was snapped up on a free from Leeds a year ago and went on to score 10 times in his first season. "There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics.

Americans in the UK: Howard Blanks Blues

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Everton stunned Chelsea on Sunday, trumping the London club 1-0 behind Jermaine Beckford's 74th minute winner. Despite playing with 10 men for the better part of the second half, the Toffees persevered. Howard was impressive and made a few notable saves at the end of the first half when he twice denied prominent striker Nicolas Anelka.

Video-Jermaine Beckford goal vs Chelsea 2011 May Everton

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This stunning Jermaine Beckford goal vs Chelsea gave Everton a 1-0 win over Carlo Ancelotti's side in the Premier League fixture between the two sides played on May 22, 2011. The Everton v Chelsea game was the final league game of the season for both sides. The Beckford goal against Chelsea came in the 74th [.

The Mirror Takes Up SWEAR WATCH

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The Mirror has also now exposed the double standards of the FA in dishing out a two match ban to Wayne Rooney for "using offensive, insulting or abusive language" whilst ignoring all the other players guilty of the same offence on a weekly basis.

Whilst everyone can agree that Rooney was wrong to swear directly in to the camera, the rule he was charged and punished for makes no mention of a camera.

Everton Team News

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Preview: Everton v Reading (19.30) Saha, who has been troubled with a hamstring injury of late, crashed his Ferrari into a fence on Sunday but David Moyes has included him in his squad to face the Championship side. Marouane Fellaini is a major doubt, however, after aggravating an ankle injury in Saturday's Premier League victory over Sunderland and a decision on his fitness will not be made

Chelsea 1 – 1 Everton (3 – 4 PKS) – FA Cup Replay Review

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The 4th Round replay of Chelsea and Everton at Stamford Bridge needed penalties to decide the outcome, with the Merseyside club pulling out the upset. I chose to cover this match because Chelsea had a dilemma; they have a midweek Champions League match at Copenhagen. How much would Chelsea play their first team?

Kenny Dalglish Says Supporters Are The Key

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Kenny Dalglish believes the Liverpool supporters hold the key to turning around the club's fortunes and feels the players showed signs of returning to form in the 2-2 draw with Everton on Sunday.
The Scot was back in the Anfield dugout for the first time since his return and watched his side dominate the first half but only come in at the break one goal up thanks to Raul Meireles' strike.

Everton May Flog Steven Pienaar To Fund Striker Search

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By Chris Wright

Everton manager David Moyes has admitted that the club may be forced into cashing in on winger Stephen Pienaar while they still can, in order to fund a move for a much-needed striker in January.

Speaking after his front triumvirate of Louis Saha, Jermaine Beckford and Victor Anichebe contributed the sum total of Sweet Fanny Adams to the cause during the Toffees' goalless stalemate with Wigan on Saturday, Moyes said:

"It may well come to it in the January transfer window that we have to consider selling Pienaar to raise money, because he is out of contract in the summer.

PL Recap: Chelsea 1-1 Everton

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Anelka uses interpretive dance to illustrate the club's recent plight.

Just watched the match again. Catharsis, no. In fact, I believe my dissatisfaction was heightened during the revisit. That second half, well, it's not just poor, it's downright shameful. So much so that the display is worthy of an inquisition.

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Peltier Move Exposes Leicester’s Flawed Transfer Policy

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The proposed exit of Leicester City midfielder, Lee Peltier, has exposed just how flawed the Foxes' transfer policy was last season.

The previous summer, Leicester spent over £10m on nine new players, in a bid to reclaim a place in the Premier League. Their plan backfired spectacularly, with boss, Sven Goran Erickson, sacked by October, leaving a squad unfamiliar with each other to battle on their own.

Man United remain unbeaten

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LONDON, England – Ten-man Manchester United returned to the top of the Premier League Sunday after holding Tottenham to a 0-0 draw in a match that failed to live up to expectations. United's hard-earned point saw them reclaim top spot from Manchester City on goal difference, although Sir Alex Ferguson's unbeaten side have two games [.

FA Cup

Stop press: Fernando Torres can score! Chelsea 5 Leicester City 2

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While the footballing world's attention was rightfully focused on Fabrice Muamba fighting for his life, Fernando Torres came alive and kicking. He scored two goals in Chelsea's FA Cup quarter-final win over Leicester City.

The first one was a rather weak effort but Torres was fortunate Kasper Schmeichel was late to react but the second, ah, the second she was a beauty.

English FA Cup Recap – 18 March 2012

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English FA Cup Recap 18 March 2012 - The 90th Minute Soccer Blog

Below are brief recaps for all the FA Cup matches on March 18, 2012.

Chelsea 5-2 Leicester City

Fernando Torres ended his goal drought with a brace. Chelsea never trailed in the match had built a 2-0 lead by the 17th minute on goals from Gary Cahill and Salomon Kalou.

Top 10 Photos: FA Cup Third Round Replays

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By Chris Wright

Pies pick of the stills from last night's FA Cup third round replay action...

ITV's punditry panel Matt Smith, Gordon Strachan and Ian Wright watch over QPR's game against the MK Dons from deep within the bowels of their elevated glass fortress at a sparsely populated Loftus Road

New QPR manager Mark Hughes gives the home crowd a wave before taking his place in the Loftus Road dugout for the first time

Obviously not used to moving at these speeds, a terrified Kevin Davies motors past Macclesfield Town's Tony Diagne at the Reebok.

Nats Abroad: Forest Fail To Advance

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Robbie Findley and Nottingham Forest lost 4-0 to Leicester City in an FA Cup Third Round replay on Tuesday. Jermaine Beckford had a hat trick for Leicester in front of the home fans at The King Power Stadium. Forest inadvertently opened the scoring seven minutes in with an own-goal and Findley missed a shot from close range.

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Arteta – I had to come to Arsenal

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New Arsenal signing Mikel Arteta admits he had to seize the chance to quit Everton for a new challenge and he did not feel he let down his former employers with the manner of his exit.

The Spaniard's late decision to force through a transfer on Wednesday night when the Toffees had initially turned down a £10million bid from the Gunners somewhat soured his exit.

Swear Watch #1

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April 9th 2011
1. Player: Jermaine Beckford
Game: Wolves vs Everton
Time: 73 minutes

After being substituted, Beckford was clearly seen on the TV screen saying "fuck me" before rowing with David Moyes.

April 9th 2011

Enter the Toffees

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After a less than impressive showing in the 4th round of the FA Cup on Sunday the Arsenal host the Toffees at Ashburton Grove tonight in one of a seemingly interminable series of "must win" league fixtures. After two helpings of Yorkshire pudding the FA Cup will now allow us to sample some jellied eels at Brisbane Road.

The Rest

Americans Abroad: Tuesday Rewind

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Tim Ream and Bolton Wanderers have not made it easy on themselves in the Capital One Cup, but theyhave done enough to remain in the tournament.

Two weeks after opening their campaign in the competition with a 3-2 extratime win over Bury, Ream and Bolton again had to play an additional 30 minutes to see off Crewe Alexandra by the same scoreline on Tuesday.

What next for Moyes and United?

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The first working Monday of the year is a bad enough day without having its misery compounded by external factors. Unfortunately, if you happen to be a Red, today was made even worse by yesterday's spineless, embarrassing, yet utterly predictable defeat against Swansea.

The numbers alone are ominous a fourth defeat in the last six games at Old Trafford, another competition that disappears with the season barely five months old and a first third round elimination since 2010, when Jermaine Beckford gave Leeds fans their only reason to cheer in about a decade.