Posts Tagged ‘mood’

Deschamps in mood to have last laugh against Manchester United

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Deschamps in mood to have previous laugh towards Manchester United
Marseille coach Didier Deschamps admits his group will be the underdogs at Outdated Trafford tonight but insists they can shock Manchester United following a run of 5 wins in 6 league video games. Linked Tales Smalling relishing large stage Lehmann satisfied to support Gunners Jens Lehmann ready to make shock return to Arsenal Fernando Torres at Chelsea: “Every thing appears a mess” Fired-up Rooney standing tall …

CAPELLO HAILS WONDER OF WILSHERE
Jack Wilshere – has a fan in Capello. Fabio Capello has claimed Jack Wilshere is the most exciting young midfielder he has at any time observed.

London sports schemes hit aim of cutting youth crime
Two pioneering sports schemes in London are conserving taxpayers hundreds of thousands of lbs a yr by cutting youth crime and reoffending, a new report will show this week.

Fired up Cole in confident mood

Saturday, March 12th, 2011

Fired up Cole in assured mood
Liverpool midfielder Joe Cole hopes challenging function will aid transform his luck and turn all around a disappointing initial period for him at his new club. Related Stories De Jong seeks consistency Wenger backs Arsenal to bounce back again Adebayor keen to extend Madrid stay Black Cats eye Elmohamady deal Ferguson slams Carragher tackle

Former England boss lauds Palace’s academy framework
Arsenal Fulham Tottenham Chelsea Former England manager Graham Taylor has paid Crystal Palace’s academy the greatest compliment by telling regional children to ignore the Premier League in favour of Selhurst Park, reports this is Croydon Nowadays . Taylor believes it is vital for clubs like Palace to construct their futures on the advancement of home grown talent and is full of praise for the good results …

It was Appropriate to strip Terry of the armband… but now time is Proper to give it back again to him
The captain issues. Captaincy matters. It has taken Fabio Capello more than 3 years to be convinced, but his escalating wish to return to John Terry, to weather the storm and the unavoidable criticism, tells the story of a man who has last but not least arrive to accept that English football does dance to the beat of a different drummer.