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A whole lotta Togel Hongkong bother on Platini’s plate

 

 

WARSAW, EURO 2012 Qualifying Draw

 

As if worrying about Ukraine’s hotels, roads and airports was not enough, UEFA President Michel Platini had other questions to answer in his press conference on the eve of the European Championship qualifying draw.

 

Depressingly, four separate English journalists asked him the same question in different wording about John Terry’s sex scandal, speciously implying a parallel with the one in 1982 when France sent Jean-Francois Larios home from the World Cup after he had been seeing Platini’s wife.

 

Thankfully the French legend was made of stronger stuff than to lower himself to those hacks’ baiting, but seemed to lose patience eventually by Togel Hongkong replying ‘I really don’t care’, which was met by applause by some non-Anglo writers. Platini did deflect a question about misbehaving rich stars by alluding to his plan to ban insolvent clubs from UEFA competitions.”What annoys me are the clubs who pay these high salaries when they don’t have the money,” he made a point of telling the hall.

 

Platini had started the press conference by referring to the continued uncertainly over the host nations’ suitability in many eyes. “We are working on it…these things will develop,” he semi-reassured the gathered media, whose experience of snowbound Warsaw has probably been a shock after the effortless charm of Vienna in the summer of 2008.After many deadlines, the eight venues are now at last “final” according to Platini, but one journalist still asked if Krakow, with its …

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Asian nations do battle for a place in the Asian Data HK Cup 2011 finals

 

 

Australia and Japan, two of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) powerhouses, can book their places in the finals of Asian Football Cup 2011 when 18 Asian nations battle it out on Wednesday in the penultimate round of the tournament’s five qualifying groups.

 

Hosts Qatar, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Korea Republic, India, Uzbekistan and Syria have already qualified for the 16-nation competition but at least another four nations can join them in Doha next January.

 

Three-times AFC Asian Cup winner Japan who play Yemen in Sana’a had considered not playing in the Gulf country because of the security situation, but Kyodo News Agency reported at the weekend that the AFC had carried out checks and contacted the Japan Football Association to give them the all-clear to make the trip as scheduled.

 

Japan only need a point to qualify, but have included 13 new Data HK faces with coach Takeshi Okada saying that his focus is on this year’s FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

Underdogs Yemen go into the match after a confidence-denting 1-0 defeat to Tajikistan on Saturday in Sana’a.

 

Bahrain, who share top spot with the Japanese in Group A, play Hong Kong at home and a win would also them through to the finals.

 

Australia, the AFC’s top-ranked nation, play in Kuwait on the same day, but, like Japan, will be fielding an under-strength side without most of their European-based players. Regular midfielder Jason Culina has also pulled out after injuring his …

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Three Down, Three To Go – Data Hk Mixed Fortunes For Korean Teams

 

 

For at least two of South Korea’s four representatives in the Asian Champions League, this week is make or break time. The quartet stands at the halfway point of the group stage with three games gone and three to go. With the top two in each group of four progressing to the second round, now is the time to start picking up points.

 

Interestingly, each of Korea’s four hopefuls occupies different positions in their respective groups. Suwon Bluewings are first in Group G, Pohang Steelers second in Group H, FC Seoul third in Group F and Ulsan Hyundai Horang-I fourth in Group E. All four are in with a chance of the next round but equally, all four could fail.

 

Much will depend on this week’s action when, for the second Data Hk successive matchday, the four Korean teams take on Chinese opposition. In football, China has something of an inferiority complex when it comes to South Korea. This stems from the fact that in 27 meetings between the two national teams at senior and Olympic level, Korea has never lost.

 

This gave rise to a term in the Chinese media called ‘Koreaphobia’ – the fear of playing Korea on the football pitch. As you may expect, it was something that was gleefully adopted by the Seoul press too.

 

Before every meeting of the respective national teams, the Chinese coach tells reporters how this time, the jinx will be lifted and the curse broken …

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European Bandar Poker Qq leagues Twenty two titles awarded

 

 

No less than 22 league championships throughout Europe have been resolved to date, including those in the countries where the competitions are played within a calendar year. League titles have been decided in France, Italy, Holland, Scotland and Greece, while dramatic outcomes are expected in Spain, Germany, Poland and Czechia.

 

The most dramatic finish occurred in Holland, where AZ Alkmaar under Louis van Gaal had all the trumps in their hands to win the league for the Bandar Poker Qq first time in 26 years. Of the three clubs going into the last day even on points, AZ had by far the best goal difference and needed any win away to lowly Excelsior to clinch the title. On the other hand, PSV were in the worst position having let slip an eight point advantage over AZ and ten points’ over Ajax in the past two months.

Miraculously, AZ were beaten by Excelsior, on their way to the play-offs to avoid relegation, while Ajax beat Willem II with an insufficient 2-0 in Tillburg. In the meantime, PSV thrashed Vitesse 5-1, edging Ajax by a single goal for their third successive title. In fact, if Ajax had won by three goals they would have been champions!

 

League champions

 

Armenia: Pyunik Erevan (for 2006)

Austria: Salzburg

Belarus: Bate Borisov (for 2006)

Cyprus: Apoel Nikosia

Estonia: Levadia Tallinn (for 2006)

Faroe Islands: Hb Torshavn (for 2006)

Finland: Tampere Utd. (for 2006)

France: Lyon

Greece: Olympiacos

Croatia: Dinamo Zagreb

Ireland: …

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AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS – Pkv Cairo

 

 

TALK LIKE AN EGYPTIAN!

Set off from Nottingham, England for Egypt on Wednesday evening. As is normal for myself the journey is not something that everyone would put up with, but hey, here am I am now in Cairo ready for the start of the competition.

The journey involved catching an overnight bus to Heathrow, due to arrive in plenty of time for the 6a.m flight. Although, this was in doubt around Luton when the driver was heard asking passengers for confirmation that he was on the right road, a quick Pkv 360 degree turn at the next roundabout saw us back on track. Any hope anyone had of a reasonable kip were thwarted by the drivers announcements as he arrived at his latest destination and yelled, without using the intercom. ‘Are you all awake, well you will be now and we’ve just arrived at….’

The journey involved a change of planes at Milan, where joining the queue an announcement was made ‘Please note that your flight may be delayed or cancelled due to strike action here in Italy’. This would not be the first time that I had been affected and so it was no real shock. On this cheery note I set off to check the departures board to find that a number of flights had been cancelled but that God willing, the flight for Cairo was due to depart on time. Worryingly a flight to London around the same time had been cancelled.

There were …

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Manchester United v Urawa Reds in Judi Online

 

 

Manchester United’s pre-season tour to Asia kicked off with a 2-2 draw with J-League champions Urawa Reds in Saitama tonight.

 

United last played the Reds in 2005 winning 2-0 with a goal from Wayne Rooney being the highlight of the match.

 

This time it was 2-2 at Saitama Stadium. United’s goals came from Darren Fletcher and Cristiano Ronaldo, Urawa replying with strikes from Hideki Uchidate and Shinji Ono in front of a passionate home crowd.

 

Urawa partially model themselves on Manchester United, with a lot of Bayern Munich thrown in to the mix. The Mancunian Red Devils traditionally include a fixture with the team from the working class suburbs of Tokyo on their pre-season East Asian money-making jaunts.

 

A 4-1 loss has never been so satisfying.

 

Co-host Vietnam squeaked into the quarterfinals of the Asian Cup on Monday as Group B runners-up, despite receiving a footballing lesson from defending champions Japan at My Dinh Stadium.

 

Vietnam booked their ticket to the knockout round in place of Qatar, who crashed out of the competition with a 2-1 loss to the United Arab Emirates in Ho Chi Minh.

 

News of that loss triggered wild celebrations across Hanoi that lasted well into the night. The humbling loss to Japan was quickly forgotten, as was the match-fixing scandal that sent seven of the team’s players to jail only three months before the tournament. Monday night was all about celebrating the present; there was no need …

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Gamba choke as Urawa extend lead at the top in Keluaran Sgp

 

 

 

There was a drama charged round of J-League matches here at the weekend, as Gamba Osaka inexplicably let a two goal lead slip away at FC Tokyo. Gamba’s loss and the point gained by Urawa in their hard-fought 2-2 at home to Kawasaki Frontale means that Urawa are now six points clear of Gamba Osaka with six games remaining.

 

At Saitama Stadium, more than 50,000 fans created an intimidating atmosphere as third-placed Kawasaki Frontale took on Urawa in arguably the biggest match of the season. Frontale were far from overawed, despite going behind to an early Washington goal. It was the prolific Brazilian striker’s twentieth goal of the season in just twenty J-League matches. Frontale responded with a penalty from their own Brazilian striker Juninho, before taking the lead through midfielder Kengo Nakamura’s bullet header. It was another Brazilian, Robson Ponte, who had the final say, poking home after Nobuhisa Yamada had sliced through the Frontale defence.

 

The other big match of the round took place on Sunday, as Gamba Osaka clashed with struggling FC Tokyo at Ajinomoto Stadium. Osaka surged into a two goal lead after strikes from Ryuji Bando and Magno Alves and with twenty minutes remaining, looked certain to hold on for a comfortable victory. The momentum of the match suddenly shifted when Bando was substituted after seventy-two minutes. The Japan striker took an eternity to leave the pitch, cynically attempting to run down the clock and ultimately being dragged off by …

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Isle of Man reverses betting policy for Slot Online

 

 

The change, while affecting only a handful of Internet casinos, adds a wrinkle to an emerging trade battle between the United States and much of the world over Internet gambling and Togel.

 

The U.S. government says that domestic laws prohibit Internet gambling, and some states have been pursuing financial institutions that facilitate online gambling transactions.

 

The decision by the Isle of Man comes amid a trade dispute over Internet gambling between the United States and the tiny Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda.

 

The island nation has complained to the World Trade Organization that the United States is violating its trade obligations by prohibiting its residents to place wagers over the Internet.

 

In November, the WTO issued a preliminary ruling in favor of Antigua and Barbuda and Togel.

 

On Friday, the United States filed a formal notice of appeal, asserting that the country’s long-standing trade policy and social mores were consistent with its prohibition against online gaming.

 

Despite the prohibition, Americans wager more online each year than do residents of any other single country. Around the world, online casinos and the jurisdictions that license them are eager for the U.S. business.

 

The Isle of Man said that as of Jan. 1, it would be allowing casinos based there to take bets from Americans for slot online.

 

The island, located between Britain and Ireland, is a so-called Crown Dependency, meaning that it makes its own domestic laws but relies on …

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Milan Win World Club Cup and Togel Hongkong

 

 

After the excitement generated by the semi finals I decided to head somewhere more tranquil. Catching the westward bound Shinkansen I headed for Itsukushima, home of the floating shrine and a UNESCO World Heritage site.

 

It offered a stark contrast to the previous night as there were more deer than

people wandering around the dimly lit streets. But in the bay the floating shrine was lit up. I understand that mere mortals used to have to enter the island by boat through this shrine. These days it would seem to be a matter of studying the tides as the two times I have been here the shrine appears to be standing on a mud flat.

 

Choosing something to eat isn’t as difficult as you would imagine here in Japan. Mainly due to the fact that outside the majority of establishments they have either a photograph or a plastic imitation of the dishes available.

 

The main problem I have is when they describe the dish in English, seeing the likes of eel, squid and octopus immediately puts me off, whereas written in Japanese the food might still look appealing. This night I chose a local speciality okonomiyaki, a noodle dish with pancakes and

fried eggs as well as shaved fish, called hanakatsuo. When this is added as a topping to a hot dish, the heat has the effect of making the flakes move as if dancing; because of this, it is also known as dancing fish …

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The dark Sky above our Judi Slot game

 

 

 

Cometh the celebrity, cometh the hangers-on and there is no bigger hanger-on to English football than Sky television as another Premier League season begins.

 

Nothing has ticked me off more this week than the invasive Sky adverts at the railway station where I catch my daily train, in the free newspaper I read on the way to work and even on the internet when I get home.

 

To add working-class authenticity, a northern voice, presumably Sean Bean’s as he did the original ads, interrupts my Spotify playlist to tell me “We know how you feel about football because we feel the same way.” Do you bollocks.

 

I don’t feel football should be a vehicle to exploit others’ loyalty for financial gain and the political agenda of a vile media baron. And I don’t think a TV station should be allowed to own a penny of a football club, let alone all of its biggest one.

 

Sky muscled itself into bed with football in 1993 by waving enough cash in its face, proving that everyone has their price. The creation of the Premier League began the pricing out of loyal fans, the exploitation of those who stayed, the unsocial scheduling of games for television and the paying of exorbitant salaries to players, creating a false idol of vacuous consumption for children to idolise. How can anyone morally justify earning 200,000 pounds a week? And what does it say about us that our media is …

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