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Chelsea 1, Bolton 0

Chelsea moved four points clear of Manchester United at the top of the Premier League after beating Bolton. Nicolas Anelka scored against his old club which was also his first goal since January. It wasn’t a free flowing game which Chelsea have been playing for last few games but still the win was well deserved and its the joy of going four points clear at the table then the victory over Bolton that will be more cherished.

The Lisbon Lions Remembered – How Glasgow Celtic Became the First UK Team to Win the European Cup

European soccer has produced very few sensations in its history on knock out competition running back to the mid nineteen fifties. In the early years, teams from the Iberian Peninsula dominated the competition, and from the early sixties onwards the Italians took over, and teams from that country won the competition for the next three years consecutively.

South Africa World Cup Preview of Games – Sunday 13 June

With 5 Games into the tournament the games are coming thick and fast. The midday kick off on Day 3 sees Algeria v Slovenia at 12.30;Germany v Australia at 15:00 and Serbia v Ghana in the evening kick off at 19:30…

Paddy Crerand Was the Toughest of Them All

Although Paddy Crerand made the first team at Celtic, he was forced to play second fiddle to the neighbouring Rangers side which dominated Scottish soccer at the time. However, he managed to raise quite a few eyebrows when he became a close friend of protestant Ibrox hero Slim Jim Baxter who was widely known for his hard drinking.

Short Football Tactic Guide

The casual observer may think that the only football tactic you need to understand is to keep the ball away from the other team and try to get it into the net. That may sound simplistic, but it really is the basis of football.

FIFA 2010 Soccer World Cup Stadiums in South Africa

Every time that a country is selected by FIFA to host a soccer world cup, they must decide upon depending on what they can offer the people who will be attending to the event. The decision to select a host country usually includes considering issues such as how many tourist attractions that each country has to offer its visitors. Safety in the country is also a very important factor for deciding where the World Cup of Soccer will be hosted.

Successful Coaches in the FIFA World Cup Who Never Played Football!

FIFA World Cup 2010, South Africa is forthcoming. Football admirers all around the globe are undoubtedly looking forward to a huge event that just comes about once in every 4 years. The first event that would happen in Africa is FIFA World cup.

English Soccer and Its Top Clubs

This article is about soccer in England, football as they call it, and some of the most famous teams. The article links the keywords to what the article is about because lighting at arenas is important in sports, especially ones played outdoors like soccer.

List of the Most Famous Soccer Stadiums in the World

Unquestionably and undoubtedly the most popular sport in the world is soccer. Soccer is a sport that is viewed by literally billions of people every year and those people continue to tune in every year to see more and more of the world’s greatest sport.

Soccer Betting Now an Easy Affair With Tips From Betting Websites

If you love the game of soccer, you are likely to bet on the game. It doesn’t matter, if you are a serious punter or are just still figuring out how to bet, the football betting tips will prove to be of immense use to you.

The 2010 World Cup Countdown is Here

With over 1 billion people said to be ready to watch the world cup in South Africa, it can be argued that the Football World Cup is the most watched sport. In less than 2 months the first football world cup match will kick off. It will be South Africa v Mexico. South Africa will be the underdogs in the game, given the pedigree of the Mexicans. However with the home support of a partisan crowd it will be an entertaining game.

The Time Has Come For African Football to Be Taken Seriously

There can be no clearer indication that African football’s time has come is the World Cup being hosted in South Africa this summer. Questions remain unanswered whether the continent is capable of organising such a vast event with the eyes of the media being focused on them for the almost four weeks that the tournament will be going on. Yet there is no doubt that when South Africa takes the field wearing their bright yellow and green soccer uniforms in their first group match against Mexico on the 11th June 2010, history will have been made.

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