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Style Files: Sylvie van der Vaart in Victoria Beckham

Posted Wednesday, May 12, 2010 by Kickette.com

Earlier this year we put the call out for WAGs to show Victoria Beckham (and her eponymous dress collection) some red-carpet love. Looks like the lush Sylvie van der Vaart has answered that call. Here she is at the OK! Style Awards in Berlin last week wearing a gorgeous black dress from La Beckham's Spring/Summer 2010 line (shown on the catwalk in white) paired with a dangerously hot pa...Full Story »

Six questions that must be answered before England's 30 men become 23

Posted Wednesday, May 12, 2010 by The Independent

Will Gareth Barry be fit in time to prove himself? It will be a close-run thing. The Manchester City midfielder will stay in England when the rest of the party flies out to Austria and has pencilled in a fitness test for 24 May, when England play Mexico at Wembley. If that shows a good rate of recovery, expect Barry to be in the final 23, to be chosen on 1 June – if not, Fabio Capello w...Full Story »

Euro Edition, Now With (More) Abs

Posted Tuesday, May 11, 2010 by Kickette.com

No, we're not paranoid. Fate is indeed conspiring against our desire for long, lustrous and totally not plastic nails. Yes people, after the stresses and strains of the EPL title chase, we now have to sadly report that both the Spanish and Italian league titles will go to the wire, with the final decisive games taking place on Sunday 16th May. Our manicurist is furious. La Liga Real Ma...Full Story »

WORLD CUP 2010- Gareth Barry injury makes room for Owen Hargreaves return

Posted Tuesday, May 11, 2010 by Football.co.uk

Gareth Barry's dream of playing in a World Cup died on Monday night when Fabio Capello ruled him out of the tournament - opening the door for a sensational return to international football for Owen Hargreaves. The Manchester City midfielder suffered serious ankle-ligament damage during last week's encounter with Tottenham and Capello conceded he was not going to recover in time. Door is open: Af...Full Story »

World Cup Watch ... 31 days to go

Posted Tuesday, May 11, 2010 by theguardian.com

New Zealand plump for a wildcard in their squad and Landon Donovan insists the US can beat England - but nobody can dance with footballs like the Brazilians New Zealand's Shane Smeltz, with the Waitemata Harbour behind him, will lead the All White's attack in South Africa. New Zealand Aaron Clapham was the sought-after interview in Auckland yesterday after the amateur was a surprise pick in ...Full Story »

Tears and fights mark Bundesliga finale

Posted Tuesday, May 11, 2010 by theguardian.com

Two-day parties, tears, fights and farewells mark Bundesliga finale As Bayern were wrapping up the first stage of a possible treble, the rest of the league had their minds on other matters Bayern coach Louis van Gaal and his team celebrate their Bundesliga success at the Marienplatz in Munich. José Mourinho went to see Bayern Munich beat Hertha 3-1 on Saturday, in a game every bit as ...Full Story »

Barça leave Madrid clutching at straws

Posted Tuesday, May 11, 2010 by theguardian.com

Barcelona hold firm to leave Madrid clutching at straws with one game to go Despite 'torturing themselves' during the 3-2 win at Sevilla, Pep Guardiola's side stand on the brink of title glory Lionel Messi and Bojan Krkic celebrate during the 3-2 victory at Sevilla. A cold, threatening chill went down their spine just before half past 10 on Saturday night. Suddenly, unexpectedly, fear grippe...Full Story »

Guedioura winner for Wolves

Posted Monday, May 10, 2010 by PA

Adlene Guedioura's late winner ensured Mick McCarthy's Wolves ended a satisfying first season back in the Barclays Premier League on a high against nine-man Sunderland with a 2-1 win at Molineux. Guedioura met a fine Ronald Zubar cross on the edge of the box and took two touches before unleashing a left-foot shot over Craig Gordon to secure a well-deserved win for the home side. Kevin Doyle's ...Full Story »

City duo boost World Cup chances

Posted Monday, May 10, 2010 by PA

Shaun Wright-Phillips and Adam Johnson pressed their World Cup claims by combining to earn Manchester City a point in a 1-1 draw against West Ham.England assistant coaches Franco Baldini and Ray Clemence were in the stands to run their eye over six potential summer stars ahead of Tuesday's 30-man provisional squad announcement.Wright-Phillips' far-post header from Johnson's cross drew Mancheste...Full Story »

Early exit for Rooney in United win

Posted Monday, May 10, 2010 by PA

Wayne Rooney sparked a World Cup scare when he walked out of Manchester United's 4-0 victory over Stoke with 13 minutes remaining.Hindered by groin and ankle problems over the final month of the campaign and with hopes of landing either the Premier League title or the Golden Boot wrecked by Chelsea's avalanche of goals at Stamford Bridge, Rooney signalled to the bench he could not continue as h...Full Story »

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