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Napoli 4 : 3 Lazio - Cavani sends Napoli second

Posted Sunday, April 03, 2011 by PA

Edinson Cavani's hat-trick helped Napoli move ahead of Inter Milan into second place in Serie A after they came from behind to beat a Lazio side who had twice led the game. Lazio appeared to be on course to close the gap on Napoli in third place when they took the lead in the 28th minute as midfielder Stefano Mauri fired into the corner of the net from the middle of the penalty area. The hosts...Full Story »

West Ham United v Manchester United - in pictures

Posted Sunday, April 03, 2011 by theguardian.com

Our award-winning photographer was at Upton Park to see if Manchester United could continue their march towards a 19th League title Sir Alex Ferguson takes his place in the directors' box next to his chief executive David Gill. Ferguson is wearing an ear-piece to keep in contact with the United bench as he is banned from the touchline The teams enter the pitch to be met by a cascade of bub...Full Story »

Real ready to risk Ronaldo

Posted Sunday, April 03, 2011 by Supersport.com

Real Madrid may risk forward Cristiano Ronaldo in Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final first leg at home to Tottenham Hotspur. The world's most expensive player, who has a leg muscle strain, was left out for Saturday's shock 1-0 La Liga defeat at home to Sporting Gijon. Jose Mourinho suggested on Friday his Portuguese compatriot would not be available until Real's game at Athletic Bilbao...Full Story »

Real's title hopes fade after shock defeat

Posted Sunday, April 03, 2011 by Supersport.com

Real Madrid's bid to end Barcelona's two-year reign as La Liga champions suffered a huge setback on Saturday when they slumped to a shock 1-0 defeat at home to Sporting Gijon and Barca won 1-0 at Villarreal. Real's failure at a stunned Bernabeu, three days before they host Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League, spoiled their perfect home record of 14 wins in 14 this season and ended coac...Full Story »

Leonardo's tactical naivety haunts Inter

Posted Sunday, April 03, 2011 by Supersport.com

  Leonardo left as AC Milan boss last May after becoming fed up with owner Silvio Berlusconi suggesting tactics but it was the Inter Milan coach's naive formation which helped his former side prevail on Saturday. Milan won the derby 3-0 thanks to a goal after 44 seconds and a 62nd minute header from Alexandre Pato and Antonio Cassano's late penalty, meaning they stretched their lead at t...Full Story »

Real Madrid hold a Farewell ceremony for Ronaldo

Posted Sunday, April 03, 2011 by 7M Sport

Fabio Capello hopes to be remembered for launching England's success

Posted Sunday, April 03, 2011 by theguardian.com

• 'My job was to find new players not just use the older players'• Manager 'concerned' about Euro qualifier against Switzerland Fabio Capello says he wants to be remembered for blooding some of England's young emerging talent. Fabio Capello hopes England fans remember him when the team end their long wait for a major trophy. Brought in to try to bring footballing glory to the cou...Full Story »

Uefa report details hate crime in Euro 2012 hosts Poland and Ukraine

Posted Sunday, April 03, 2011 by theguardian.com

• Nearly 200 serious hate crimes detailed in report• Michel Platini promises 'zero tolerance' at Euro 2012 Poland and Ukraine will host Euro 2012. A Uefa-sponsored investigation has uncovered nearly 200 serious hate crimes at recent football matches in Poland and Ukraine, heightening fears that the 2012 European Championship finals could be marred by racist incidents. The report,...Full Story »

Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola set to pack it in

Posted Sunday, April 03, 2011 by Dailystar.co.uk

BARCELONA coach Pep Guardiola is ready to call time on his reign in Spain next summer. Guardiola, who took over in 2008, signed a one-year contract extension in February to keep him at the Nou Camp until the end of next season. But on Friday, Guardiola, 40, said: “I think my time is ending here in Barcelona. “I’m fine here but when you’re at a club like this you cann...Full Story »


Posted Sunday, April 03, 2011 by Dailystar.co.uk

SIR ALEX FERGUSON will still be in charge of Manchester United when he celebrates his 70th birthday at the end of this year – whether he wins the Treble or nothing at all this season. The Daily Star Sunday can reveal today that Fergie has no intention of retiring, despite rumours that he could quit at the top if United end the season in a blaze of glory. Winning the Premier League woul...Full Story »

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