Thursday, 29 March 2007

Free football from this site.

From the 1st of April this site will have online channels which you will be able to view. The channels will have a large variety of sport on and WILL show premiership and Eufa champions league matches.

To view the channel simply click the channel and download the player. (no virus risk) then simply wait for it to buffer and then click the bottom right button which will tkae you into windows media player.

To help you find what you want to watch a list of all live football will be placed on my other blog, ( if you have any problems or questions post here, or email me at (you can add me on msn if you have it)

thanks lewis

Friday, 9 March 2007

Champions league draw 11am (GMT)

The champions league draw will be live today at 11am (GMT) with the draw being updated live as each team is drawn .

The draw in full as follows:

AC Milan Vs, Bayern Munich
PSV Vs, Liverpool
Roma Vs, Manchester United
Chelsea Vs, Valencia

Semi Final draw

PSV or Liverpool Vs, Chelsea or Valencia
AC Milan or Bayern Munich Vs, Roma or Manchester United

Wednesday, 7 March 2007

Champions league tuesday night round up

Liverpool V Barcelona

Well in a tie everyone had written Liverpool off in , they stunned not only all the doubters but Barcelona. With Liverpool dominating in the Nou Camp and putting in a great performance even though they lost at Anfield, they are now through to the last eight.

Eidur Gudjohnsen's late goal left Liverpool hanging on against Barcelona before reaching the last eight of the Champions League on away goals.

The former Chelsea star rounded Pepe Reina after 75 minutes to leave Liverpool, who had dominated, living on their nerves in the closing stages.

John Arne Riise and Momo Sissoko both struck the bar as Liverpool left Barcelona's stars in the shade.

Ronaldinho hit a post, but Liverpool deserved to reach the quarter-final.

In other matches Chelsea came from 1-0 down to beat Porto and qualify , Inter Milan went out after a 0-0 draw with Valencia after a very fiery ending to the match which saw fighting, biting and eventually Inter milan going out. Also Roma stunned French side Lyon beating them 2-0 in Lyon's ground.

Tuesday, 6 March 2007

Tuesdays champions league matches

Chelsea v FC Porto (agg 1-1), 19:45
Liverpool v Barcelona (agg 2-1), 19:45
Lyon v Roma (agg 0-0), 19:45
Valencia v Inter Milan (agg 2-2), 19:45

Chelsea V FC Porto

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho insists he is not under pressure to win another trophy this season - ahead of Tuesday's Champions League tie with Porto.
However, he says if the Blues did sack him he would walk away a millionaire. Mourinho, whose side drew the first leg 1-1, said: "The only pressure I am under is the pressure I put on myself

Liverpool V Barcelona

Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez said he is expecting Barcelona to be on the offensive during Tuesday's Champions League knock-out tie at Anfield.

"They need to score at least twice - we know they are an attacking side," said Benitez, with the Reds holding a 2-1 advantage over the Catalan giants.
"I expect them to play with Ronaldinho, Samuel Eto'o and Lionel Messi up front and we are prepared for that.

Lyon V Roma

Lyon's Jeremy Toulalan is suspended for the second leg.

Sylvain Wiltord and Karim Benzema missed the first leg because of injuries but played against Sochaux.

Brazilian midfielder Rodrigo Taddei is expected to return for Roma after missing the last two games through illness and a thigh strain.

Striker Mirko Vucinic should be fit for selection despite picking up an ankle injury that required stitches at Ascoli in a Serie A match on Saturday.

Valencia V Inter milan

Valencia have no selection problems with Spain midfielders Vicente and Ruben Baraja returning from injury.

Defender Asier del Horno who made his debut against Celta Vigo after recovering from an Achilles tendon injury is also set to play.

Inter will be without Patrick Vieira, while Esteban Cambiasso is doubtful with a leg injury.

Brazilian striker Adriano pulled his left hamstring in last week's 1-1 Serie A draw with Udinese and misses out.

Monday, 5 March 2007

West ham looking down and out.

West Ham 3-4 Tottenham

Tottenham's Paul Stalteri scored a dramatic injury-time winner as the visitors came from 2-0 and 3-2 down to deepen West Ham's relegation worries.

A Mark Noble strike and a Carlos Tevez free-kick put West Ham in control before Jermain Defoe scored a penalty after Lee Bowyer fouled Aaron Lennon.

Teemu Tainio volleyed Spurs level from Lennon's audacious flick before West Ham's Bobby Zamora headed in late on.

But Dimitar Berbatov scored a free-kick before Stalteri struck on the break to make the score 3-4.

Victory would have moved bottom club West Ham above Watford and to within seven points of fourth-from-bottom Wigan.

But their failure to consolidate on their 2-0 half-time lead means they have not won in the Premiership since 17 December and are looking increasing certainties for relegation.

Sunday, 4 March 2007

This weekends premiership results

Arsenal 2-1 Reading
Silva (pen) 51
Julio Baptista 62
Fabregas o.g. 87

Fulham 1-1Aston Villa
Bocanegra 23
Carew 21

Liverpool 0-1 Man Utd
O'Shit 92

Man City 0-1 Wigan
Folan 18

Newcastle 0-0 Middlesbrough

Portsmouth 0-2 Chelsea
Drogba 33
Kalou 82

Sheff Utd 1-1 Everton
Hulse 52
Arteta (pen) 75

Watford 2-2 Charlton
Bouazza 15
Francis 21
Young 67
Ambrose 89


Thursday, 1 March 2007

Carling cup spat carries on

Well after an ill tempered cup final the weeks news has been of accusations and alot of fuss over what seems to be an ordinary scuffle fans are used to seeing every other home game. This all came from the sending off of Adebayor who was adjudged to have punched Frank Lampard.

Well today it was made worse by Arsene Wenger calling the linesman from the cup final "a liar". This comes after Eboue, Adebayor , Mourinho, Wenger and Lampard all giving their opinions on this.

Now unless Wenger has done a refereeing course then he shouldnt be publicly accusing officials as liars, all fans feel fustrated at officials at one stage or another but thats the beauty of football and just think if we didnt have any officials then we wouldnt even be able to play.

Hopefully all the fuss will die down and we can hear more about great football.