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SCOTLAND has been drawn with neighbours Republic of Ireland in their qualifying group for the UEFA 2016 European Championships in France along with Poland, Georgia and Gibraltar and the Germans.
Posted in Scottish and European sport |
Tagged Adam Nawalka, Aiden McGeady, Artur Boruc, Europe, European Championships, Euros, football, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Gordon Strachan, Ireland, Jakub Błaszczykowski, James McCarthy, Lukas Podolski, Poland, qualifying, Republic of Ireland, Robbie Keane, Robert Lewandowski, Scotland, scottish national team, soccer, UEFA, UEFA Euro 2016, Wojciech Szczesny |
LIVERPOOL mounted more pressure on Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea in the Premier League title race. In this three-horse race for the greatest prize in English football (depending on whether you agree with Mr Jose Mourinho or not) Liverpool have emerged as real contenders – that is fact.
Peyton Manning looks despondent on the field at MetLife Stadium. From blogs.denverpost.com/
PEYTON Manning and his Denver Broncos were totally and utterly outfought, out-thought and outplayed by the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday in Superbowl XLVIII in New York.
The Seahawks came away with a blowout 43-8 win in a game that many predicted would be close – no matter who won.
It was a question of who would win between a seemingly indefensible hot Denver offense or a Seattle defense so unrelenting and tough that its secondary was nicknamed the Legion of Boom.
Boom won. By miles.
Posted in The NFL |
Tagged american football, Brady, Brees, Cliff Avril, Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos, Elway, Eric Decker, football, Kam Chancellor, Legion of Boom, Luck, Malcolm Smith, Marino, MetLife Stadium, Montana, New Jersey, New York, nfl, Peyton Manning, Richard Sherman, Rodgers, Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks, Super Bowl, Super Bowl 48, Super Bowl XLVIII, Wes Welker, Young |