Thursday, April 28, 2011


Real Madrid and Barcelona will both face UEFA disciplinary hearings following their ill-tempered UEFA Champions League semi-final, first leg last night.

UEFA announced that Madrid will answer five charges relating to the throwing of missiles, a pitch invasion, Pepe's red card, the dismissal of coach Jose Mourinho and the "inappropriate statement" given by the Portuguese manager at the post-match press conference.

Barça, who won the game 2-0 thanks to a pair of Lionel Messi strikes, will face just one charge after substitute goalkeeper Jose Pinto was shown a red card during the half-time melee. The cases will be heard by UEFA's control and disciplinary body on Friday 6 May.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

CHRISTIANO RONALDO's WORD, Ronaldo spoke about how lonely and difficult it was financially to support his entire family at a young age....

Although Barcelona is my second fav club, im not a supporter of Real madrid but i was touched by his words after the match and i decided to post it on my blog for the visitors to read......

 'Ive Always Been a Competitive Person' Ronaldo, who is known for his intense discipline, work ethic and competitive spirit, says his drive is inborn. "I've always been a competitive person, it's a part of me," says Cristiano, who moved away from home to play soccer professionally at age 12. "I grew up very quick because I lived away from my family," recalls the Portuguese international winger. "That's why I'm mature now and ready for anything." If You Work Hard, You Can Reach Your Goals .

George Clooney and Cristiano Ronaldo named as witnesses in Berlusconi trial

Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid - CR9 - PhotosRONALDO

George Clooney and Cristiano Ronaldo named as witnesses in Berlusconi trial

Hollywood actor and footballer could be called to give evidence when Italian prime minister answers 'bunga bunga' charges

and Cristiano Ronaldo may be called to testify in defence of Silvio Berlusconi when he stands trial on charges of underage prostitution.

The Italian prime minister's lawyers have submitted a list of 78 witnesses they intend to call at Berlusconis Trial, including Italian government ministers, the Italian news agency Ansa reported.

They have also called Karima El Mahroug, known as Ruby, the Moroccan runaway who was 17 when she allegedly attended sex parties held by Berlusconi.
Prosecutors deposited their own list of 132 witnesses, which also includes Mahroug and 32 other women they believe attended bunga bunga parties at Berlusconi's mansion near Milan in 2010.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Manchester United on their road to Wembley for UEFA CUP FINALS

Sorry Schalke submit to Giggs and Rooney

Ryan Giggs and Wayne Rooney fired Manchester United to the brink of the UEFA Champions League final with a one-sided victory over sorry Schalke. 

Monday, April 25, 2011


Nigeria on Sunday scored two second half goals to qualify for the semifinal of the ongoing Africa Youth Championship in South Africa and FIFA U-20 World Cup holding later in the year in Colombia.

The Flying Eagles defeated the Scorpions of Gambia 2-0 to finish second behind Cameroon in Group B after the match decided at the Milpark Stadium in Johannesburg.

Goals from Almeria midfielder Stanley Okoro (67th minute) and Ramon Azeez (78th minute) gave Nigeria the much needed points to remain second in the group and secure a semifinal berth and a World Cup ticket.

In the other match of the group, Cameroon forced Ghana to a 1-1 draw at the Dobsonville Stadium. Ghana, the defending champions, therefore crashed out of the competition.

Nigeria missed several scoring chances in the encounter but the Gambians did not fair better as both sides made unfruitful attempts at goal.

Flying Eagles coach John Obuh said he was worried about the misses but was happy the team qualified.

“The important thing is that we won and we have achieved our first mission,” Obuh said.

“The players played better because they were able to overcome the mental challenge they had after the loss to Cameroon. Some of them were also playing with injuries. They were just managing and I hope that before our next game they would have recovered.

“We missed some players in the team. But we are expecting Ahmed Musa to join us before the semifinal match to strengthen the team.”

Gambia coach Lamin Saar blamed the loss to poor officiating and his side’s poor preparation for the tournament.

“I don’t blame my players for the loss. We had a poor preparation for this competition.”

This is the poorest preparation a Gambian team have had for an international competition,” Saar told our correspondent after the match.

“Nigeria played very well but I cannot say if they will win the competition. The other teams are also good for the title.”

Thursday, April 21, 2011


Kalu Uche of Nigerian Super Eagles/Almeria,who happens to be the only guy that scored all our goals in the last year FIFA World Cup in South Africa, KALU UCHE is set to get married to his heartrob of a longtime, after hearing the gist i had to wait to confirm the authenticity of this gist and im telling you that ITS FOR REAL.

His Traditional wedding will hold in a few weeks in his Bride's village, though he is keeping a low profile as usual but  A BIG FISH has no hiding place,details coming up on this blog

I wish him all the best.......and a Happy Married Life


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