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Funny story: Swansea appeal to UEFA about Champions League ban

Swansea appeal to UEFA about Champions League ban

Premier League front-runners Swansea today admitted they are planning an appeal should they banned from playing in the Champions League next season. A spokesman for UEFA confirmed it would be a problem for Swansea to represent England in the Champ...
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Funny story: Football Gossip & comments 27th August 2012

Football Gossip & comments 27th August 2012

Swansea's excellent start to the season has caught the eye of Barcelona's Cesc Fabregas, who used Twitter to pay tribute to Michael Laudrup's side. (Daily Mirror) Sounds like another ex-Arsenal player wanting to join a club at the top of the table. Celtic have initiated talks with Auxerre over the transfer of Willy Boly as manager Neil Lennon seeks a dominant centre-half. (Mail on Sunday) I...
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Funny story: Rob Green hails five star performance from QPR

Rob Green hails five star performance from QPR

New QPR goalkeeper hailed a five star performance from Queens Park Rangers on the opening day of the Premier League season, as he picked the ball out of the net five times in a home reverse to Swansea. Green refused to be downbeat at his new teams...
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Funny story: Football Gossip & comments 2nd August 2012

Football Gossip & comments 2nd August 2012

Olympics Mens Football: GB beat Uruguay to reach quarters The team captained by Luis Suarez will now be known as UruGoingHome. Olympics Womens Football: GB beat Brazil at Wembley. The ladies showed they are as equal if not better than the men, Mainly by missing a penalty which would put them 2-0 up. The match was watched by 75,000, an incredible figure for womens football. Although hal...
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Funny story: Lineker's Tweet Backs Liverpool's Rodgers Appointment

Lineker's Tweet Backs Liverpool's Rodgers Appointment

Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers has agreed a deal to become the new Liverpool manager, and initial signs show that the footballing fraternity thinks this is a positive move by the Anfield club. The 39-year-old will sign a three-year contract,...
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