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Guest Post: 1860 München & FC Augsburg

A few weeks ago, a long Easter weekend trip took me to Munich. I was able to experience the sights and sounds of Southern Bavaria, but also, more importantly, get to a few football matches. I have written about my time at the games – and in Germany – for Danny Last‘s wonderful blog, European Football Weekends. We were able to take in two 2. Bundesliga games, seeing 1860 Munich at the Allianz Arena and FC Augsburg at the Impuls Arena.

Danny’s website European Football Weekends chronicles the adventures of football fans across Europe – and occasionally in the UK as well. The site is a guaranteed procrastination method, and you are likely to find yourself traversing adventures from the south of Spain to deepest Slovakia. It has been highly commended by numerous news outlets, and a personal favourite of my own.

You can read the article I wrote with fellow Football Express writer, Matt Campbell, here:

1860 München & FC Augsburg

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    Bola melaporkan berita -Gelandang Chelsea,
    Eden Hazard, meminta timnya untuk selalu fokus pada tiga kompetisi yang sedang
    mereka jalani. Saat ini, klub tajir milik juragan minyak dari Rusia, Roman
    Abramovich, itu berlaga di Liga Europa, Piala FA, dan Liga Inggris.

    “Kita harus fokus dalam menyelesaikan musim ini,”

    “Ada Liga Europa, Piala FA, dan kami juga berada di jalur
    yang tepat untuk kualifikasi Liga Champions pada musim depan.”

    Hazard mengharapkan hal tersebut karena ia tidak ingin kembali
    merasakan kegagalan seperti di Liga Champions.

    “Keluar dari Liga Champions adalah kekecewaan terbesar karena
    ini turnamen penting,” ucapnya.

    “Itulah kenapa kami merasa bisa mendapatkan sedikit lebih
    baik pada musim ini.”

    Chelsea berpeluang besar melangkah ke semifinal Liga Europa
    setelah mengalahkan Rubin Kazan 3-1 pada leg pertama perempat final, Jumat
    lalu. Sedangkan di Piala FA, mereka memiliki kesempatan tampil di partai final
    bila pada babak empat besar mampu menyingkirkan Manchester City.

    Source :

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    Rodgers: Liverpool ´in control´ of Suarez saga.

    Agen Bola reported, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers
    insists the club will have the final say on where Luis Suarez’s future lies.

    Suarez has hinted at a desire to move to Real
    Madrid after a tumultuous season at Anfield, culminating with a 10-match ban
    incurred for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic.

    Rodgers, however, insisted the club would
    decide when Suarez, who is representing Uruguay at the Confederations Cup in
    Brazil, leaves Merseyside.

    “I haven’t spoke to him, I’ve exchanged
    messages but for me it’s quite simple – the club are in control of the
    situation,” he told asreported byIndo Eleven.

    “For me there is no real change in it. He’s
    away with the Uruguay squad at the moment and we’re messaging and what not. I
    will always listen to players. I always work closely with players and listen to
    their point of view but the biggest word is with the club.”

    Rodgers said Suarez’s fondness for Liverpool
    is something many members of the media choose to ignore in their stories on the
    striker, and added that he is keen to keep the 26-year-old.

    “Sometimes interviews get put out there and
    highlighted, but parts of Luis’ interviews have been about how much he loves
    Liverpool, but of course that doesn’t get highlighted,” he said.

    Source :

  • Samnang

    De la Torre pleased despite Mexico exit.

    Agen Bola reported, Mexico coach Jose Manuel de la Torre
    was pleased with his players after they ended their Confederations Cup campaign
    with a win over Japan.

    A brace from Manchester United star Javier
    Hernandez was enough to secure a 2-1 victory for the Mexicans in Brazil, while
    Japan scored an 86th-minute consolation from Shinji Okazaki.

    Neither side were able to progress from Group
    A, with Brazil and Italy moving into the semi-finals, but de la Torre was
    pleased with his side’s win in Belo Horizonte.

    “The team did very well today, we put
    together some good moves and managed to score,” de la Torre said.

    “That’s what stood out for me, as well as my
    players’ constant fighting spirit. I’m confident this team will continue
    developing. “It’s good to leave on a high note.”

    Japan coach Alberto Zaccheroni, meanwhile,
    said his players were tired after their epic 4-3 loss to Italy on Thursday.asreported byIndo Eleven.

    Japan, who have already booked their place at
    the 2014 World Cup, finished
    bottom of Group A without a point.

    Source :

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    City prepare bumper deal for Januzaj

    Agen Bola terpercaya reported,Manchester City are prepared to offer Belgian winger Adnan Januzaj a major pay rise to leave Old Trafford.

    The 18-year-old has already played his way into the first team plans of David Moyes and has made two substitute appearances in the Premier League this season.

    He is being touted as the future star at Old Trafford, but the Red Devils could have a real fight on their hands in an attempt to tie down the youngster to a long-term deal.

    And while Manchester United are in the talks with Januzaj’s representatives over a new deal, Manchester City are reportedly ready to triple the player’s wages to lure him to Etihad.

    According to Metro, the Citizens have prepared a five-year contract worth £45,000 per week for the Belgian reported by Indo Eleven.

    After impressing in pre-season, Januzaj has also featured in Community Shield match against Wigan and Capital One Cup clash with Liverpool.


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