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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2006
One of the more unfortunate characteristics of Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, is his need to always blame others for his team's misfortune. Following the horrific accident that resulted in a fractured skull for Chelsea's No. 1 goalkeeper Petr Cech, Mourinho has his hands in the air blaming everyone from Reading ... Read the whole story
For the third year running, English champion Chelsea is playing a home-and-away series against Spanish champion Barcelona in the Champions League, but this time, both coaches promised a "gentler" rematch between the familiar adversaries. Going into Wednesday's game, Barcelona, last year's Champions League winner, led the series with two wins, ... Read the whole story
Arsenal captain Thierry Henry is still fuming that his 85th-minute strike against CSKA Moscow was disallowed by Spanish referee Manuel Mejuto Gonzalez for a handball replays suggest never happened. In fact, it was a perfectly good goal, taken brilliantly off the chest by the France striker and then calmly placed ... Read the whole story
Wayne Rooney delivered a captain's performance for Manchester United yesterday that Roy Keane, the Red Devils legendary captain during United's glory years, would have been proud of. Twenty-year old Rooney was given the captain's armband just 15 minutes before yesterday's 3-0 victory against FC Copenhagen at Old Trafford after Rio ... Read the whole story
It might be a little unfair to call Olympique Lyonnais a dark horse to win this season's Champions League. After all, Lyon comes into Europe's top club competition as France's champion for the fifth year running, a domestic feat no club in the world has approached in recent memory. In ... Read the whole story


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