Posts Tagged ‘premier league’

Big four fail to win again, looking toward the year-end matches

Published on Monday, December 15th, 2008

It’s the second time in a very short period in which the big four ( Man. Utd., Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal) fail in getting a win. Maybe the most disadvantaged team from the four, would have to be Chelsea, as they played at home against a team was is clearly inferior.But that’s way sports are […]

Everton vs Aston Villa, 2 goals in extratime

Published on Sunday, December 7th, 2008

Everton vs Aston Villa was a match in which you learn that the match in not over untill the final wistle. Aston Villa was in front 2-1 untill the 92nd minute, when defender Lescott scored the second equalizer to bring it to a 2-2 score. You would really think that the match is over by […]

Arsenal won with a Van Persie off-side goal

Published on Monday, December 1st, 2008

Today, on Standford Bridge, we were given another perfect example why most of the times, football is an unjust sport. Chelsea played an excellent match until Van Persie managed to score the equalizer, thanks to a referee mistake.Just minutes after, Arsenal scored their second goal, again though V. Persie. Still, i consider that if the […]

Some weekend action

Published on Saturday, September 27th, 2008

Let’s take a look at what sporting events we have on offer this weekend. Football First off all we have plenty of football (soccer) action in all the Major European Football Leagues. From England we have some very interesting matches, starting with the Liverpool derby between Everton and Liverpool.Manchester face Bolton at home, Chelsea play […]