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Tribe Men Lose 2-1 to No. 12 St. John's

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QUEENS, N.Y. - The William and Mary men's soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision Saturday night to No. 12 St. John's at Belson Stadium. The College cut the Red Storm lead down to a goal after sophomore Marcus Luster netted his first career score in the 69th minute. However, the Tribe was unable to tie the match as it fell to 1-2-1 on the year, while St.

Hydra Sink Voltage

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After a scoreless first half, the Worcester Hydra and Vermont Voltage scored five goals in a 21 minute span in the second half that sent the Hydra away with three points in a 3-2 victory in front of 241 at South Burlington High School on Saturday night.

Seeking to win three in a row after starting the season on a 10 game winless streak, Vermont (2-9-2, 8 points) looked to be in good shape against Worcester (4-3-5, 17 points), taking a 2-1 lead just before the hour mark.

English Premier League

Bet’s be ‘avin you: Football betting tips for the 7th September

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Another successful week last time out, with the punt on Robin Van Persie to score two or more goals easily vindicated (and actually frustrating given that we should have predicted a hat-trick). Forest and Sheffield United also came in as a double, meaning that our £30 stake returned over £73. It's easy, I tells ya.

Nemanja Vidic hails ‘great’ signing

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Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic is full of praise for summer signing Robin van Persie, insisting that the heroic showing of the former Arsenal captain has compensated for the club's poor defensive form.

Vidic struggled with make-shift defensive partner Michael Carrick as United conceded three goals in their opening two matches.

City repeat dramatic comeback win

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Defending champions Manchester City brought back memorable celebrations of May 13 to Etihad Stadium as they started their new Premier League campaign with a dramatic 3-2 come-from-behind win against newly promoted Southampton.

City dramatically came from behind to score two late goals in their 3-2 win over QPR on the last day of the 2011-12 season, sealing a nervy title win at the expense of bitter rivals Manchester United nearly 13 weeks ago.

Another Gunner pleads for RvP stay

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Amid reports that Arsenal are looking to bolster their attack with the potential signing of Fulham's Moussa Dembele, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has urged the club's greatest attacking weapon skipper Robin van Persie to remain a Gunner.

Van Persie reportedly had an inconclusive contract meeting with manager Arsene Wenger last week, with many assuming that the Dutchman turned down an extension that would have rewarded him with a £130,000 weekly salary.

Wenger talks up title twist

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes that the developments during Bolton's must-win match at Stoke City influenced the attitude of Queens Park Rangers and thus, allowed Manchester City to score two dramatic stoppage time goals en route to their famous Premier League triumph yesterday.

QPR were leading the Citizens 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium when they heard that Bolton were up by the same score at Britannia despite an early Jonathan Walters goal that should have been waived off due to a clear foul on Trotters stopper Adam Bogdan.

PL Finale: City reign, Tottenham in pain

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To say that the 38th matchday of the 2011-12 Barclays Premier League season was extremely thrilling and dramatic would be an understatement, as the verdict on the season of many teams was held till the very last kick.

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Manchester City came from 2-1 behind to score two stoppage time goals against Queens Park Rangers to secure an incredible 3-2 win and with that, their first league title since 1968.

English Premier League Weekend Recap – 22 April 2012

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Man City won at Wolves, Man Utd were held by the Toffees, and Liverpool lost at Anfield in the English Premier League on April 22, 2012.

Manchester United 4-4 Everton

Everton took an early lead but an early second half surge gave United a 3-1 lead by the 60 minute mark. The three points appeared in hand but Everton would score two goals late to get a draw.

Aston Villa 2-4 Chelsea - What do you think of the game?

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Chelsea took a massive three points on Saturday at Villa Park in what turned out to be an important step towards the run in. Arsenal lost and Spurs won which means both are level on points five points clear of us in third and fourth, but with some big games coming up Chelsea delivered a good result.

Mancini, Wenger Reactions To Team Performances

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It was a day of shocking results in the EPL Saturday for both Arsenal and Man City as both clubs suffered huge upsets in the Premiership. City's hopes of winning their first title since 1968 hit a road block after they drew 3-3 at home with Sunderland and with their local rivals United playing on Monday, the gap between the two sides can increase should they beat Blackburn.

New England Revolution

Shalrie Shines In Return

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Revolution fans honored Shalrie Joseph during his return to Foxborough. (Photo: Kari Heistad/

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Down 3-0 just 21 minutes into the match, Shalrie Joseph's first return trip to New England with Chivas USA on Wednesday night looked headed for disappointment.

Road Form Not Good Enough

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Just over two weeks ago the New England Revolution looked primed to make a run at the playoffs. The club was in the midst of a five game unbeaten streak, sitting in sixth place in the East and closing in on the fifth and final playoff spot while preparing to face the worst team in the league, Toronto FC, at home.

Revs Throw Away Points in Philly

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Saer Sene's first half goal on Sunday wasn't enough for the Revs. (Photo: Joshua Pearson)

CHESTER, Pa. – The New England Revolution scored first and held a 1-0 first half lead against the Philadelphia Union, but maintained their disastrous road form, giving up two second half goals in an eventual 2-1 loss in front of 18,598 at PPL Park.

Joseph-less Jitters

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It's never easy for a team to play without its leader. That proved to be the case on Saturday as the New England Revolution were unable to compensate for the absence of Shalrie Joseph in a 2-1 loss to D.C. United.

Joseph, the Revs' midfield general for the past decade, was forced to sit out the match after the MLS Disciplinary Committee issued a retroactive suspension on April 10 for a tackle he committed in the Revs 1-0 loss to FC Dallas on April 5.

Toronto FC

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Timbers are unbeaten in two matches! Timbers score two on the road! Toronto FC 2-2 Portland Timbers. Was that last real chance for a road win? Look ahead to Kenney Cooper and the NYRB & Info about K+S Word.

MOTM: 2 Away Goals edition

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For the first time in their brief MLS History Portland has scored 2 away goals and not only have did they score two but one of them was a late equalizer. With all that said there were not that many players to choose from for Man of the Match honors as quite a few players had pretty poor performances, so let's see who the writers thought was their MOTM.

Toronto FC: ‘Our fans deserve better’

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Toronto FC is one game away from having its name in the record books for a lengthy streak to start the season. Unfortunately for the club and its fans, it is for all the wrong reasons.

After a 3-2 loss at home against the Chicago Fire on Saturday, Toronto fell to 0-6-0 to start the season. Another loss will tie them with the 1999 Kansas City Wizards for the worst start in MLS history.


Euro 2012: Mario Gomez spins into the hearts of a stunned Germany

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This article titled "Euro 2012: Mario Gomez spins into the hearts of a stunned Germany" was written by Marcus Christenson, for The Guardian on Thursday 14th June 2012 18.41 UTC

There was a moment during Germany's press conference after their win over Holland when Bastian Schweinsteiger suddenly started laughing.

Messi Breaks One Record and Equals Another En-Route to Champions League Semi-Final

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Lionel Messi was again on hand to score two first-half penalties as Barcelona beat AC Milan at the Nou Camp last night.

Messi's brace makes him the youngest player to score 50 goals in the Champions League and equals AC Milan striker Jose Altafini's season record of 14 in the same competition.

Newcastle United

Pardew – Marveaux Can Follow In Ben Arfa’s Footsteps

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Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has managed his mercurial French winger Hatem Ben Arfa, brilliantly over the last season. Sylvain Marveaux - could follow Ben Arfa's lead And not only did Ben Arfa become a regular out on the right wing for Newcastle this year, and score two fantastic goals at St.

Pardew – Marveaux Can Follow In Ben Arfa’s Footsteps

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Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has managed his mercurial French winger Hatem Ben Arfa, brilliantly over the last season. Sylvain Marveaux - could follow Ben Arfa's lead And not only did Ben Arfa become a regular out on the right wing for Newcastle this year, and score two fantastic goals at St.

Mancini – Fantastic Newcastle Harder Than Manchester United

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Roberto Mancini was at the game last night at Stamford Bridge,  and he saw Newcastle defend like their lives depended on winning the game. Alan Pardew - great job to get Newcastle 65 points so far And he saw the new and great Newcastle number 9, Papiss Cisse,  score two wonder goals to get the win for Newcastle United.

The Rest

Video: Jermain Defoe says he doesn’t want to be Spurs’ super sub, but almost talks himself into it

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Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe claimed he doesn't want to be an impact player from the bench, then went on to explain why he's perfectly suited for the role. But having nearly talked himself into, the England international finally reiterates that the life of a super-sub is not for him. He said: "I don't want to [.

Instant redemption: Jon Walters manages to find the right net to send Stoke to the FA Cup fourth round

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After an unimaginably poor performance at the weekend, including two own goals and a missed penalty, Stoke striker Jonathan Walters managed to score two again last night. Luckily this time they were in the right end! The Potters hitman made amends from his Chelsea disaster to help book his side a home tie against Premier [.

RvP: I don’t know what I was thinking about with the penalty

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With United 2-1 down away at Southampton today, Robin van Persie won a penalty thanks to a reckless challenge from behind. The Dutchman stepped up to score his second equalising goal of the game but then took a bizarre penalty, a poor attempt at an Andrea Pirlo from this summer's Euro 2012, and the keeper saved it.

PSG stumble out of the blocks

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Big spending Paris St. Germain looked set to make a splash in the world of football this season after signing the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva. Les Parisiens were heavy favorites to bring home the Ligue 1 title this season, but this weekend succumbed to a third successive draw as the French league gathers pace.

Mutiny Upset Breakers in Stoppage Time

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EAST LONGMEADOW, Mass. Mutiny head coach Tony Horta had a decision to make in Saturday's clash against the Breakers.

With his team down a goal to the best team in the league in the waning minutes and subs at his disposal, Horta could do one of two things: play it safe or play for the win.

Gongs with the win

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W.B.A. 2-3 Arsenal

We score an early goal, then we let two in, then we score two more before holding on for dear life for the win. And that, ladies and gentlemen, sums up Arsenal's strengths and weaknesses in one handy cut-out-and-keep sentence.

Ultimately though, despite pretty much three dicky patches, ten league defeats and a defence that shipped 49 goals, we have come third and made our summer all the more enjoyable in the process.

Portland Timbers struggle with Montreal Impact and officiating, lose 2 to 0 in Quebec

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The Portland Timbers were hoping to take the momentum from a home win in their last match on the road against Montreal, another MLS team that has been dealing with offensive struggles. Unfortunately, Montreal used a controversial penalty call and a marking mistake to score two late goals and earn a 2 to 0 win over Portland.

Italian Serie A Weekend Recap – 28 April 2012

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There were three draws including Roma held by Napoli in the Italian Serie A on Saturday, April 28, 2012.

Cagliari 0-0 Chievo Verona

Cagliari moved up to 15th place while Chievo are up to 10th place. Neither side is in serious danger of relegation and comfortably in the middle of the table.

Conor O'Brien likes goals

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In fact, he likes them so much he decided to score two as his Sønderjyske team ran through relegation candidates Lyngby 4-0 yesterday. He even had the audacity to put one in off a short corner. Doesn't he know that only works in FIFA!? The win puts his team 12 points clear of the drop with 11 games to play and you can watch his second and third goals of the season here.