Top FA Cup Final results..........Estudiantes 0 Argentinos 3, Melbourne 4 Sydney 0, Flamengo 3 Botafogo 5, PSV 3 Genk 6, Cherry 3 Shamrock 0, Charlton 2 Watford 3, Nantes 2 Paris 1, Schalke 5 Bayern 4, Fiorentina 2 Lazio 3, Benfica 4 Lisbon 1, Ruzomberok 8 Wisla 4, Celtic 3 Aberdeen 2, Real Madrid 1 Barcelona 0, Nacional 1 Penarol 0, Tampa 0 NewYork City 2.........Congratulations to all the winners and well done to the runners-up cos its no mean feat to reach the final in most of these leagues...
Subject: Re: Season 29 Week 7 processing... Tue 13 Nov - 16:59
League game reset is underway and league games will kickoff Wednesday morning at 1000 hours...
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Subject: Re: Season 29 Week 7 processing... Tue 13 Nov - 17:36
Well Watford had a in-depth review of there performance after a sub par game vs Fulham, allowing them to get ontop of us in the game certainly didn't please the chairman. So reinforcements are due to arrive, once ratified by the premier league chief games master! After some of the players don't believe there is enough competition to perform.... 3 points a must to keep going strong! And keep pressure on Charlton and City!
Genk looking to continue there academy revolution! Allowing for the on field success!
Botafogo have seen there performance dip due to injuries and lack of backup options, but reinforcements again due to support the aging squad.
Subject: Re: Season 29 Week 7 processing... Wed 14 Nov - 10:05
Dortmund 1 Freiburg 0 Knoche header on 7 minutes. Houston 0 New York Giants 1 Corona.
The New York Giants are the latest franchise to be added to the ever expanding MLS owned by the same people who own the Giants Gridiron team they are hoping to create the same sort of legacy in what they call soccer. Off to a good start then...
Subject: Re: Season 29 Week 7 processing... Wed 14 Nov - 10:15
Welcome to St James Park where we have a perfect day for football but not so perfect for the boisterous home supporters because they have seen their side go behind after a ferocious shot from Edin Dzeko crept through a crowd of players into the net to make it
Newcastle 0 Man City 1
after 14 minutes of very even football, more goals to come in this one I'd say...