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All UEFA Europa League Video Highlights for Wednesday, December 2, 2009

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The UEFA Europa League had another full set of group stage matches on Wednesday, December 2, 2009. A few of the favorites had road wins including Ajax Amsterdam, Benfica, Everton, and Villarreal. Overall, most of the home teams won and some of the spots for the knockout stage were decided. The teams that have clinched a spot are Ajax Amsterdam, Hapoel Tel-Aviv, Everton, Benfica, Fenerbahce, Shakhtar Donetsk, Werder Bremen, Hamburg, Red Bull Salzburg, Galatasaray, and Villarreal.

Calcio, Europa League: Quarta giornata, il Calendario. Roma e Genoa chiamate a far punti. Alla Lazio basta un pari

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Trascorsi i due giorni di Champions, stasera va in scenala quarta giornata di Europa League. In campo, per quanto riguarda i club italiani, le romane e il Genoa di Gasperini. Alle 19 apre le danze proprio la formazione giallorossa, impegnata all'Olimpico contro il Fulham. I ragazzi di Ranieri (nella foto), dopo aver ritrovato il sorriso in campionato, con la vittoria sul Bologna, cercano punti preziosi in Europa contro gli inglesi di Roy Hodgson.

UEFA Europa League Recap and Video Highlights – Thursday, November 5, 2009

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The UEFA Europa League continued on Thursday, November 5, 2009 with 16 group stage matches. A few teams struggled including Celtic who have only 2 points in the group stage. Roma defeated Fulham in one of the other matches and is now in good position to advance to the knockout stage. Overall, there are two matches left with the top two from each group advancing.

UEFA 2009-10 Europa League Group Stage Draw Released – Friday August 28, 2009

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The UEFA Europa League Group Stage draw was released on Friday August 28, 2009. There are 12 groups of 4 teams that will play in the group stage starting on September 17th running till December 17th. Some of the interesting matchups include Celtic and Hamburg in Group C, Villareal and Lazio in Group G, and Sporting, Heerenveen, and Hertha Berlin in Group D.

Europe League Draw

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Group AAFC Ajax (NED)RSC Anderlecht (BEL)NK Dinamo Zagreb (CRO)FC Timişoara (ROU)Group BValencia CF (ESP)LOSC Lille Métropole (FRA)SK Slavia Praha (CZE)Genoa CFC (ITA)Group CHamburger SV (GER)Celtic FC (SCO)Hapoel Tel-Aviv FC (ISR)SK Rapid Wien (AUT)Group DSporting Clube de Portugal (POR)SC Heerenveen (NED)Hertha BSC Berlin (GER)FK Ventspils (LVA)Group EAS Roma (ITA)FC Basel 1893 (SUI)Fulham FC (

Europe League Draw

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Group AAFC Ajax (NED)RSC Anderlecht (BEL)NK Dinamo Zagreb (CRO)FC Timişoara (ROU)Group BValencia CF (ESP)LOSC Lille Métropole (FRA)SK Slavia Praha (CZE)Genoa CFC (ITA)Group CHamburger SV (GER)Celtic FC (SCO)Hapoel Tel-Aviv FC (ISR)SK Rapid Wien (AUT)Group DSporting Clube de Portugal (POR)SC Heerenveen (NED)Hertha BSC Berlin (GER)FK Ventspils (LVA)Group EAS Roma (ITA)FC Basel 1893 (SUI)Fulham FC (


UEFA Champions League

UEFA Champions League Qualifying Recap and Video Highlights: Timisoara, Debreceni, and Sheriff advance

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The UEFA Champions League 3rd round of Qualifying wrapped up on Wednesday with several teams looking to advance to the next round. Here's a recap of FC Sheriff v SK Slavia Praha, Debreceni VSC v FC Levadia Tallinn, and FC Shakhtar Donetsk v Politehnica Timisoara along with video highilghts.

FC Sheriff advances past SK Slavia Praha 1-1 on aggregate (away goal) Video Highlights

Sheriff was able to get a crucial away goal in the second leg to advance past Slavia Praha.

Title weekend in Europe

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The champagne is on icne across Europe where as many as 12 teams could win their respective league titles.While most of the focus will be on England, Spain and Italy, fans will be celebrating title victories in countries like Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia and Hungary.

UEFA Champions League finalists Manchester United and Barcelona need just a point from their respective games against Arsenal and Mallorca, while Jose Mourinho can win his fifth consecutive league title, with his third team in three countries.

Champions League

SK Slavia Praha

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Many of you maybe wondering why I am writing about Gambrinus Liga side SK Slavia Praha. Ten bucks says that you have no idea what league the Gambrinus Liga is. Suffice to say that my interest in said team has been piqued as my brother has just join the club's U-19 squad. As most of you, I hadn't heard of SK Slavia Praha which is why I am writing this post to educate myself and any of you who cares about Czech football.

The Madman's preview: The Champions League Group Stage (part 4 of 4)

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(Part 1, part 2, and part 3)

Group G - Internazionale, PSV Eindhoven, CSKA Moskva, & Fenerbahçe S.K.

Winner - It's hard to go against Internazionale, being that they have a squad packed full of great players, but the way they've looked recently makes this group look wide open. I think they'll be able to get it together to advance, but I'm not sure they'll be on top at the end of this stage.

Holy crap, SK Slavia Praha is going to the Champions League!

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Wow, what a match. I rarely give keepers Man of the Match awards, but in this case, Slavia Praha's Martin Vaniak deserves it, even edging out the brace from his teammate and captain Stanislav Vlček. Vaniak was simply unbeatable and made a stop on Huntelaar that can only be described as ridiculous.

In the 73rd minute, still at a 1-1 stalemate, Luis Suarez sent a cross to Huntelaar who headed with all his might towards the bottom right corner of the goal.

SK Slavia Praha 1, AFC Ajax 1: thoughts at the half

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I was originally going to watch the Arsenal-Sparta Prague match, but then I started watching this one and before I could pry myself away, Praha went up 1-0 and I was stuck. In what could easily perceived as a David vs Goliath affair in the most ironic sense, since I have little doubt that the Czech side boasts more experience though Ajax has more pace and overall talent, so far it's looked like a relatively balanced match.