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Here you go, jose:
The final of the four Spanish regional clubs. You'll see some Benfica and Barcelona players on there.
Here is part 3 of 4 of Spain's regional Starting XI:
Nice to see you back mate. How are you these days?
what do you think of this piece and the blog in general.
This is Cordial invitation for you to write for http://www.9sports.org ; I love your writings and want to see you at my sports news site. Please consider my humble request for a guest post on http://www.9sports.org sports community.
Take a look at this mate and let me know what you think. It's quite comprehensive and took a while to write.
I wrote personal messages to people at one point, but they were way too time consuming, almost as time consuming as the article I am going to shamelessly advertise now! I've done an article, which whilst being too long in my opinion, is one of my most entertaining articles yet (in my view again, haha). If you would be ever so kind as to actually give it a read, I'd be eternally grateful :)
Here's the link if you're interested:
P.S. Visca el Barca!
The inevitable has happened... the UWCC title has gone to a team I have trouble spelling the name of in a league I know nothing about... at least I've heard of the team though, and they're well known throughout the world...
Roma lost the title to Panathinaikos last night in the Europa League, but it's not all bad news! The match was a thriller with three goals and a penalty in the last ten minutes, as well as a last minute winner from a familiar face!
It also contained a wonderful goal from Vucinic (see that highlights included for that screamer) and a substitue scoring with their first touch on two different occasions!
Also included in the article are Roma title reign stats, which stand up against the very best there has ever been!
The UWCC needs YOU!
Am taking to self promoting this article as it didnt appear on home page for some reason!
The John Terry allegations have been well documented now, and in the latest Great Debate article I ask a lot of questions surrounding it, mainly "has it damaged England's World Cup hopes?" I think it has, but not for the reasons you might expect...
Also, Was Capello right to strip Terry of the captaincy? Is Ferdinand the right man to replace him? and what are your overriding thoughts on the whole farce?
Let your opinion be known!