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9/09/2018 9:24 PM  #1


Post Matchday 17 European Superleague & Premier League

=16.25pxSunday 9th September

Premier League
Aston_Villa - Portsmouth
Manchester_United - Tottenham_Hotspur
Chelsea - Everton
Liverpool - Leeds_United
Nottingham_Forest - Shrewsbury_Town
SUMMARY REPORT

European Superleague
Bayern_Munich - Inter_Milan
Real_Madrid - Marseille
Barcelona - Celtic
Juventus - Benfica
Borussia_Dortmund - Atletico_Madrid 


Manager:  REDKNAPP    
Club:  LEICESTER CITY (Aug  2019 - present)     
Caretaker:  CD Tenerife (July 2019 - present)
 
 

9/09/2018 9:43 PM  #2


Re: Post Matchday 17 European Superleague & Premier League

Chelsea 2 - 0 Everton
just maintaining position,
good game

thanks


 


Atletico Madrid 
Eintracht  

ATM
 

9/09/2018 9:53 PM  #3


Re: Post Matchday 17 European Superleague & Premier League


Job: European Football Commission (EFC) Commissioner (Azboy) 1 League Title
Head Coach: NORWICH CITY (4th July 2019 -), BAYERN MUNICH (May 2019 - )
(December 2018 -)
 
 

9/10/2018 8:37 AM  #4


Re: Post Matchday 17 European Superleague & Premier League

Bayern Munich 2-2 Inter Milan

Well played Ronaldo, not a defeat but not sure a draw does us much good.
Even match were 1-0 then 2-1 down and fought back, through RVP and Perisic.
Good Abs gainedm now considering options for next season.


Head Coach
Club:  Parma Calcio & Real Madrid
 

9/10/2018 11:14 AM  #5


Re: Post Matchday 17 European Superleague & Premier League

Manchester United 1 - 2 Tottenham Hotspur

feel I let my team down in the crucial match, we were leading 1-0 until the last 13mins then Spurs did a smash grab through Ronaldo and Eriksen scoring in the winner on 92mins. GUTTED!!!
Looking at match stats, Spurs outpassed us so easily and controlled the game.

Now decision whether to leave now and join my new club Wolves.


Marco Silva (Luke)
Club:  VALENCIA C.F  Caretaker:  Brentford F.C
Honors: 1 League Title, 1 EFA Cup
 
 

9/10/2018 2:23 PM  #6


Re: Post Matchday 17 European Superleague & Premier League

David wrote:

Real Madrid 1-1 Marseilles
​Worst possible result for both sides, at least it assures us of Champions League football next season and takes the title down to the last match.

Not best result for either of us, the only bonus Atletico lost 2nd game in a row.
Vente scored again on 65mins, but modric equalised immediately guess draw was fair result from match report.
Rami played another blinder in defense, Neymar, Vente and Rami best players on the night.
 


Ole Gunnar Solksjaer
Head Coach:  Real Madrid (June 2019 -) - Southampton (4th July 2019 - )
Trophies: 3 League Titles 6 Cups
 

9/12/2018 2:01 PM  #7


Re: Post Matchday 17 European Superleague & Premier League

stevie wrote:

Bayern Munich 2-2 Inter Milan

Well played Ronaldo, not a defeat but not sure a draw does us much good.
Even match were 1-0 then 2-1 down and fought back, through RVP and Perisic.
Good Abs gainedm now considering options for next season.

This draw cost us a top 3 finish as possibly missing Champions League.
We started well but gifted Inter goals.
 


Ronaldo
Club: WOLVES & AS ROMA
Record: European 3 Runners Up Valencia CF, Coppa Del Rey Finalists Villareal
 

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