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Sunday news balls

A few titibits to accompany your coffee and croissants:

Arsenal & Man Utd keen on Nigel Reo-Coker [Observer]
Mark Van Bommel off to Bayern Munich – does this mean Owen Hargreaves is going to Old Trafford? [Football365]
Roy Keane formally introduced to Sunderland’s players? [BBC]
Swedish police to investigate Henrik Larsson for alleged punch [The Offside]
Sports Illustrated’s ‘World Soccer Power Rankings’. Hell yeah! [SI.com]

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By Ollie Irish on August 27th, 2006 in Transfers & Rumours. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed.
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One Response to “Sunday news balls”

  1. Joe says:

    I am American, and I HATE Sports Illustrated’s disjointed attempts cover world football. If anyone had the unfortunate experience of watching the world cup on American TV you know what I mean. ESPN and SI share a lack of aptitude toward the game that is blatently obvious to any real fan. ESPN had an announcer who normally covered baseball and had only done 7 football matches prior to the WC. Gary Lineker and Alan Hansen could not have been worse than that. As for the “Power Rankings” (wtf??) I would have to disagree with Lyon’s positioning, as well as the omitting Madrid in favor of Sao Paulo?!?! Finally, the admonishing comment that Mourinho had “ditched” William Gallas and Chelsea were now falling apart as a result is galling to me. Gallas is a wantaway, JM and everyone else at Chelsea know how important he is, and nobody except Gallas himself wants him gone. There be other mistakes as well but I gave up on this article as its quite pathetic that this guy draws a salary for writing this rubbish.