Champions League & Carling Cup
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Carling cup is the Champions League for Sp*rs. I bet they will make a DVD of this draw!
This isn't the Carling Cup for Wenger to switch keepers. Cech plays Premier League and Champions League. Ospina can hav…
... in the semi final of the Champions League & win the Carling cup. If I get sacked, there will be war I tell thee.
BAT checked! Next are Emirates Cup, Community Shield, Carling Cup, Premier League, Fa Cup and Champions League. Job done!
Forget EPL, forget Champions League, we out of Carling Cup already.. Looks like we will be fighting for Fa Cup... AGAIN .
Until you're in the Champions League you don't realise how unimportant your place in the Carling Cup is just remember that year 11s xx
Amazing in first 3 years with us he won :. 3 PL titles. 1 Champions League. 1 Carling Cup. 1 Fifa Club World Cup
Won all the trophies there is to win, Premierleague, Champions League, Fa Cup, Europa, Carling etc...
It’s the 2006/07 season, Arsenal’s first campaign at the Emirates. The Gunners struggle in the Premier League ending up with a fourth placed finish. The club’s Champions League campaign ends in shambles after crashing out to PSV Eindhoven in the Round of 16 and there’s even more heartbreak in the Fa Cup as the Gunners lose to Blackburn. The club’s only hope of a trophy comes up against Chelsea in the Carling Cup Final and Wenger decides to field the likes of Justin Hoyte, Armand Traore, Denilson Neves, Jeremie Aliadere and Drogba’s wifey, Phillippe Senderos. After another trophy-less campaign, there are some surprising sales that summer. After so many years of faithful service, Fredrik Ljungberg is sold to West Ham, El Homesickla, or Jose Antonio Reyes as he’s known in the modern world finds his way to Atletico Madrid, and it’s also shocking to know that the club’s record goalscorer, Thierry Henry, has jumped ship to FC Barcelona. How does Arsene Wenger respond? He buys Lukasz Fabianski ...
Norwich City FC parked 11 buses and trailers at Stamford Bridge and got the result they wanted. Now do you know what that means for José Mourinho and Chelsea Football Club? It means a season without a trophy. The EPL, Carling Cup, The Fa Cup and The UEFA Champions League are all gone. Chelsea are a team of brilliant stars, but it is Mourinho's tactics and anti-football strategies that have failed to deliver for Chelsea. Shame on Mourinho, Roberto Di Matteo is a Trillion X better than him.
THE BATTLE OF THE BASKET CASES Tomorrow sees Birmongham play host to Leeds in what many people believe should be a battle of two Premier League clubs. Instead it's a battle of two of football's basket cases. Both have flirted with the big time of late, gambling the housekeeping money on a 66-1 outsider as sure as if they were any ordinary punter trusting to luck down at the bookies or, more likely these days, emptying the last remnants of their online account. The similarities between the two clubs are there for all to see. Leeds went from Champions League semi-finalists to League One. Blues from Carling Cup winners to the brink of the same. On the way both clubs ran up debts that in any other industry would have seen them closed down. Blues are still paying the price for the excesses of Carson Yeung who is now serving a prison sentence for money laundering. It remains to be seen how Leeds do under the stewardship of Massimo Cellino who has had his own problems with the authorities in Italy. Only one thin ...
The furious 2-2 draw between Arsenal and Swansea City yesternight continues to question Wenger's credentials as a top class coach. Arsene has done a great job for the Arsenal project since 1995/96 season winning several titles including the English Premier League (EPL), Fa Cup, League Cup- all domestic titles, none on continental levels despite being in European finals in 2001 and 2006 for UEFa Cup and UEFA Champions League (UCL) respectivley. The latter was the climax of his managerial successes, not remembering the Carling Cup Final defeat to Birmingham some 4 years ago. The truth has to be said: Wenger is way past his prime as regards winning titles. Since the all conquering team of 2003/2004 side called Invincibles, there has not been any serious assembly of winning champions as first team players. The assuring days of Henry, Bergkamp, Kanu, Vieira, Petit, Ljunberg, Wiltord, van Persie, Fabregas and the lot only remain as memories and not reality or hope. The possibility of creating another team of in ...
Why Manchester United could not afford to let Wayne Rooney leave With projected revenues of £420m this year, there is no question Manchester United can afford to make Wayne Rooney the best paid player in the Premier League. But many people will be asking this weekend if the 28-year-old is really worth all that money? To answer that you need to separate his value to United right now from how some might view his broader value in the transfer market. For all the income they generate, United are a club going through a difficult transition. They are way off the pace in the Premier League and struggling to qualify for the Champions League next season. Rooney at Manchester United 31 Aug, 2003: Moves from Everton 28 Sep: Scores hat-trick on debut - a 6-2 win over Fenerbahce in Champions League 2005: Named PFA Young Player of the Year 2006: Scores twice in 4-0 win over Wigan to win Carling Cup - his first senior trophy; named PFA Young Player of the Year; signs two-year contract extension to 2012 2007: Wins first ...
I will be posting our players histories, it can be minutes after minutes or days after days. Keep checking this page. I will start with Brana, the Serbian tank. Chelsea career Branislav's start to life as a Chelsea player was slow. Signed in January 2008, it took him eight months to gain the necessary match fitness to play in the Carling Cup away at Portsmouth, before a lengthier spell in the heart of defence alongside John Terry after injury to Ricardo Carvalho and Alex. Settled in London and his English steadily improving, Branislav began to show his true capabilities, while also earning cult status among Chelsea fans for his Champions League double at Anfield in April 2009. Deployed at centre-half, Ivanovic went up for two corners and was almost ignored as the threat of Terry and Didier Drogba was deemed more dangerous by Liverpool, allowing him to ghost in and crash home two headers, all but booking our place in that season's semi-finals. He kept his place for a run of games afterwards, marking Thierr ...
A NEW BLOG FROM JAGDESH IN KUALA LUMPUR History has begun to judge Kenny Dalglish's second stint as Liverpool Football Club's Manager. And thus far, the judgement hasn't been pretty to the eyes of this generation of supporters and fans alike. And chances are, this judgement won't change much for future generations, provided that his successors starting from Brendan Rodgers last year, have concrete results to show for. But the jury is still out (my apologies for delving much with synonyms of the legal type), on what 'concrete results' actually mean. The reality in today's European football environment is that competition in the higher echelons of Champions League tournaments provide competing clubs a means of generating vast amounts of income to further survive and compete locally and in future Champions League tournaments. It's a vicious cycle that perpetuates by itself. So, while Dalglish defends his 2nd stint as LFC manager a success, by winning the Carling Cup and reaching the finals of the Fa Cup in t ...
We say farewell this weekend to a number of Chelsea players whose contracts come to an end today (Sunday). Among them is Paulo Ferreira, who over nine years at the club became a fan favourite thanks to his dedicated approach to the game and unswerving loyalty to the Blues. Ferreira arrived at Chelsea as a European champion in 2004, one of the stars of Jose Mourinho's Porto side that had swept all before them. He was joined in the Blues backline by former clubmate and Portuguese national team colleague Ricardo Carvalho, and was immediately into the winning groove in England, playing his part in Chelsea's first league title in 50 years and helping set a Premier League defensive record of just 15 goals conceded, as well as earning a Carling Cup with victory over Liverpool. In his second season, he was a less regular choice with William Gallas and later Geremi often preferred at right-back, though he remained number one choice in the Champions League, although that campaign would end prematurely with defeat t ...
Ross Turnbull ends his time as a Chelsea player today following four years at Stamford Bridge. He signed for the Blues from Middlesbrough in the summer of 2009, and spent the majority of his time at the club as a backup goalkeeper to Petr Cech. He made his debut during a Carling Cup match against Bolton Wanderers three months after joining, replacing the injured Henrique Hilario 23 minutes into a game we won 4-0, and his first start came shortly after in a Champions League group match at home against APOEL. Turnbull made his Premier League debut in a 4-1 win against West Ham United in March 2010, and with both Cech and Hilario failing to recover from their respective injuries, a huge opportunity presented itself days later when he was named in the starting line-up for the second leg of our last 16 Champions League game against Inter Milan. In a tight contest, the visitors edged it 1-0 thanks to a Samuel Eto'o goal late in the game. Turnbull had turned in a solid display, and made a decent stop to deny the ...
MOURINHO'S CONTROVERSIES February 2005: After Chelsea's 2-1 defeat against Barcelona in the first leg of their last-16 clash, Mourinho wrongly accused Barcelona coach Frank Rijkaard of visiting referee Anders Frisk at half- time. Mourinho was fined £8,900, given a two-match touchline ban and called an "enemy of football" by the head of Uefa's referees committee Volker Roth. March 2005: Mourinho was fined £5,000 after he alleged Manchester United players were guilty of "fault and fault and cheat and cheat" during a Carling Cup semi-final clash. June 2005: Mourinho was fined £200,000, which is reduced to £75,000 on appeal, for meeting then-Arsenal player Ashley Cole, without his club's consent. January to March 2010: While manager of Inter Milan, Mourinho was fined three times in as many months by the Italian Football Federation. December 2010: Mourinho was banned for one Champions League match after being found guilty of improper conduct. It follows the dismissal of Real Madrid players Xabi Alonso and ...
Tottenham Trivia Easy-Moderate - Good Luck! - Q1. In which year did Spurs win the Fa Cup as the only non-league side ever to do so? Q2. Lewis Holtby was the latest player to join Spurs from the Bungesliga. Who were the last two players to make the switch from Germany before him? Also what were their previous clubs? Q3. In the 2008 Carling Cup Final, Jonathan Woodgate scored the winner in a 2-1 extra time win. Who scored our first goal? Q4. When Harry Redknapp became our manager he bought 4 players from his previous club. Name these players. Q5. Who scored against Manchester City to guarantee us a place in the Champions League? (Bumper question: who made the assist?) Post your answers in the comment section :) -Akshay.
John Obi Mikel - Premier League, 4 Fa Cups, Champions League, Carling Cup, African Cup winner & people still try tell me he is overrated.
Won the Champions League, Prem, Fa and Carling Cup with Crystal Palace on fm13, only took 6 years to win everything
ROO'S HIGHS and LOWS and the 5 possible clubs who'd step up for him TAKE a look back at the ups and downs of Roo’s life at Old Trafford — and the clubs who might try to snap him up HIGH: England’s four-goal star of Euro 2004 joins United for £27million and scores a hat-trick on his debut in a 6-2 Champions League win over Fenerbahce. LOW: Sent off for sarcastically clapping ref in a 2005 clash with Villarreal. HIGH: First trophy. Scores twice in 4-0 win over Wigan in 2006 Carling Cup Final. LOW: Breaks his foot at Chelsea as the Blues seal 2006 title. England still take him to the World Cup but gets sent off in quarter-final defeat by Portugal. HIGH: Wins his first Premier League title in 2007 after signing two-year extension. LOW: A fractured foot suffered in United’s opening league game of the new 2007-08 season keeps him out for two months. HIGH: Wins the 2008 Champions League and Premier League titles. Also notches up his 100th United goal. LOW: Barcelona outclass United in the 2009 CL final ...
No Fa Cup,no Carling Cup, no Champions League, no Premier League - Arsenal should just let Christ Embassy be doing revival on their stadium!
I believe we have won the Carling Cup, Fa Cup, Champions League, Community Shield, and UEFA Super Cup since yous last won anything
Plus we've won the Champions League, Super Cup, Fa Cup, Charity Shield, and Carling Cup since you last won anything.
Juan Mata and his debut goals for Chelsea. Premierleague, Carling Cup, Fa Cup, Champions League and Club World Cup..
Official Video of Craig Bellamy of Man City hit by ManUtd fans while taking a corner in the Carling Cup 2nd leg semifinals ManCity vs ManUtd
Another perspective to the firings."The club has still achieved many goals in that time; they have won Premier Leagues, Fa Cups, the Carling Cup and Champions League, so let's face it, his strategy works. I think he will keep on hiring and firing, but I think Benitez will come in and steady the ship until the end of the season, as he nearly came into the job before Di Mateo - and then everyone will be looking at Pep Guardiola in the summer." - Tony Cascarino
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson backed makeshift central defender Michael Carrick after the 3-2 Champions League win over Braga at Old Trafford. Carrick was left trailing by Eder in the build up to the second goal and United again had to come from behind to win. Rio Ferdinand was left on the bench but Ferguson told ITV1: "I think we did the right thing. It wasn't Michael Carrick's fault, the first goal, he did his job well. "I think you've got to look at the big picture - Rio, his age, with a big game against Chelsea coming up, Chelsea (in the Carling Cup) on Wednesday then Arsenal. "We've got Vida (Nemanja Vidic) out, (Phil) Jones and (Chris) Smalling not available - Carrick's not the best but he does his job well."
One of the Manchester United supporters in my class said this and I quote, "Manchester United will win English Premier League, Carling Cup, Fa Cup, UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League." Well, that escalated quickly, didn't it?
In between those 6 games they have United in the Carling Cup, Shakhtar Donetsk twice and Juventus in the Champions League.
Community Shield, Super Cup, Club World Championship, Carling Cup, Fa Cup, Champions League and EPL won in one season.
New Season starts tomorrow.I pray Gunners win the EPL, the Champions League, Fa Cup and Carling Cup...we going for all four...we need a 13th man...We will have an Archangel for dat.Gunner for life...
Robin van Persie has enjoyed personal success against United in the past, even though many of his goals have been in vain for Arsenal. Things started well enough when he came on as a substitute in the Gunners' 2004 Community Shield win, helping his new team to a 3-1 victorywith all the goals coming in the second half. After all he picked up in a Carling Cup defeat at Old Trafford was a yellow card, the striker again left the bench to convert a penalty in the FA Cup Final shoot-out success against the Reds at the end of that first season. Following a 2-0 defeat at Old Trafford in 2006, he scored in two of the next three games againstthe Reds but each ended in defeat - including the Champions League semi-final second leg in 2009. A goalless draw at the Theatre of Dreams led to United clinching the title later that campaign and three defeats followed in all competitions before he was part of the Arsenal side that won 1-0 in 2011 thanks to an Aaron Ramsey goal. Of course, he netted in both games against Unite ...
We are ready for the 2012/2013 football season. Premiership, La Liga, Serie A, Carling Cup, F A cup, Champions League, Super Cup, Kings Cup, World Club Cup among others. We are set to serve U̶̲̥̅̊ more and better. We will be expecting U̶̲̥̅̊
Spanish players won the Carling Cup, the Fa Cup, the Champions League, La Liga, Copa Del Rey & the Premier League last season o_O
OFFICIAL news: Salomon Kalou has been released after his contract expired. For 6 years at Chelsea he scored 60 goals in 254 appearances and won 1 Premier League,1 Champions League,4 Fa Cups,1 Carling Cup,1 Community Shield.
Paulo Ferreira In what was his eighth season at the club, Paulo Ferreira proved just how important it is to have squad players who can be relied upon when necessary. After featuring in only Carling Cup and Champions League group games earlier in the campaign, he was thrust into the action midway through the first half of the 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane in December and turned in a solid display marking the in-form Gareth Bale. He featured in the 3-1 home defeat by Aston Villa just over a week later but wasn't used again until he was handed a surprise and rare start in the Champions League game away in Benfica. Ferreira used his maturity and big-game experience to help the Blues turn in an all-round impressive defensive display in his homeland en route to a 1-0 victory. As the season drew to a close, he also started in the 6-1 victory over Queens Park Rangers and the 4-1 defeat at Liverpool.
Kenny Dalglish won the Carling Cup and got sacked. Roberto Di Matteo won the Champions League and got Harry Redknapp sacked.
If Di Matteo wins any three (3) of these cups (Super Cup, Community Shield, Premier Leaague, Club World Cup, Fa Cup, Champions League or Carling Cup) he will become official Chelsea's most successful manager, even better that "the special one" Jose Mourinho. Just make 3/7.
England's defence & goalie has won Champions League, Premiership, Fa Cup & Carling Cup this season. But remember they are not Rio Ferdinand
Next season we have: Community Sheild, UEFA Super Cup, Fifa Club World Cup, Champions League, Fa Cup, Carling Cup and Premier League :) Hmmn, I think we gonna win of those :) Have a nice Sunday everyone! We are CHELSEA!
Successfully predicted the winners of the Premier League, La Liga, Carling Cup, Fa Cup, Champions League, Europa League and IPL
KING Didier Drogba. In 2004,paying £24m for a 26 year old striker who hadn't shown anything extraordinary had people calling Jose Mourinho's sanity into question. "Judge him when he leaves the club" Mourinho replied. So now let's judge Drogba. Is he,a Champions League winner,3 times Premier Leaguewinner,4 times Fa Cup winner,2 times Carling Cup winner,2 times Community Shield winner,1st African player to score 100 goal in Premier League,2 times winner of the Premier League Golden Boot,scorer of 157 goals,only player to score in 4 FA Cup Finals and 7 English Cup Finals,worth £24m?
Charity Shield, Carling Cup, Fa Cup, Barclay Premier League, European Super Cup, UEFA Champions League and World Club Cup will engage the attention of Chelsea FC in the 2012/2013 football season and for which the club will need to have a very robust and deep squad with a superb manager who must be a good tactician and excellent manager of the man resources available for the season.
After five years including the Championship title, the Carling Cup and Champions League qualification, I've left Queens Park Rangers
Finaz Naha Deepakvishnu Nochiyil Vishnu Duraisamy Praveen Joseph Vimal Mathew Vivin Ramachandran Balakrishnan Subramanyan - Couldn't help but note this interesting stat !! Bayern Munich have gone from having a treble dream to having a treble horror. They have finished runners-up in all 3 competitions they were part of this season: Bundesliga, Champions League & German Cup. This is exactly what happened to Chelsea in 2008, runners-up in the EPL, Carling Cup & UCL !!
SEVEN That's the number of trophies we are in contention for next season. Community Shield - 12 August - vs Manchester City UEFA Super Cup - 31 August - vs Atletico Madrid FIFA World Club Cup in Japan FA Premier League Fa Cup Carling Cup UEFA Champions League 2012/13 is going to be one exciting season!
Wat a Season, A season that all prediction went wrong, Starting with African Nations Cup, down to Carling Cup (LIVERPOOL) to Fa Cup (CHELSEA) to La Liga (Real Madrid) to Italian League to Premier League (Man City) to Golden Boot (VAN PERSI) to Champions League (CHELSEA) and still one more- Copa De Rea. Watch and see. UP BLUES! UP ARSENAL!! GUNNERS FOREVER!!!
1.) Gary Cahill: 6 months at Chelsea and he's won the Fa Cup & Champions League. Robin van Persie: 7 years at Arsenal, 0 trophies. 2.) I think Emile Heskey could score 40 goals in this Bayern Munich team judging by Mario Gomez's performance tonight... 3.) BREAKING NEWS: Chelsea fire Di Matteo as he failed to win the Carling Cup and Premier League. 3.) Man City fans now confused, do they go back to the darker shade of blue... 4.) Fernando Torres: scored goals at Liverpool, wins trophies at Chelsea. ...Jokes mixed with facts ☺
Raul Meireles has a Champions League, Fa Cup & Carling Cup medal. Total time played in any of the finals: 0
“It’s clear that Champions League qualification is a priority to the club. It is to every club. Alex Ferguson is the only manager to win the Carling Cup since 2006 and still be in his job come the end of that calendar year. For Mourinho in 2007, Ramos in 2008, McLeish in 2011 and now Dalglish, their respective club owners found it a piffling distraction.”
Kenny Dalglish has been sacked as Liverpool manager after finishing eighth in the Premier League. Dalglish led the club to Carling Cup glory and the FA Cup Final, but could not seal a Champions League spot. Owners Fenway Sports Group stressed that the decision to remove Dalglish "was not reached lightly or hastily" and that the search for a new manager would begin immediately.
It amazes me how even now people are saying United are poor and on the decline because we had a trophyless season. Yes we had a poor Champions League and Europa League competition... but so did City. Yes we had a poor Carling Cup and Fa Cup this year... so what! Lets look at the league stats. We finished on 89 points, the same as City, a full 19, yes 19! points from third place. We did this with no Fletcher at all and no Vidic and Scholes for most of the season. Couple that with all the injuries we had and a new goal keeper who was so low on confidence that he was making silly mistakes and you'll realise that we really didn't have a bad league campaign at all! Now imagine if Scholes hadn't have retired, Fletcher wasn't ill and Vidic hadn't have been injured. Also if it was De Gea's second or third season and he was used to our style of play, I think we'd have won the league with games to spare. City bought £400m of players AND had to resort to bringing Tevez back after the way he treated the club. They a ...
This coming Saturday is the grand finale of this season's UEFA Champions' League. Oh God, you were the one that help Liverpool to win Carling Cup, Chelsea to win Fa Cup and Man City to win the Premier League. You can still do it again for Chelsea to win this Champions' league. Pls, give the day to us. Up Blues.
Carling Cup is the new Champions League, & Jamie Carragher probably won a lifetime "own goals achievement award" or something
NEXT SEASON its UEFA Champions League, Fa Cup, Carling Cup and Barclays Premier league for the Red Devils, mark my words.
saw how unfortunate Fernando Torres was to nearly score at Anfield against his former club after his right foot shot rattled the Liverpool's crossbar or it would had been some story if it went in. Liverpool had won all their away and home games against Chelsea and another match during a Carling Cup elemination round this season at Stamford Bridge. Nothing to blame about this 4-1 lost, Chelsea are still above Liverpool in the table though and had got the better of them by winning our 7th Fa Cup title against them at the final three days ago at Wembley for sure, but in order to secure a spot for the champions league next season, Chelsea have no other way but to travel to Germany and beat Bayern Munchen on the 19th of May. Keep the faith lads, no surrender!
Lukas Podolski: The Next Arsenal Legend wrote:Arsène Wenger has hailed the “remarkable and outstanding” support his side have received at Emirates Stadium this season.Every Premier League game at the venue during the 2011/12 campaign has sold out its home allocation, as did three of the five Champions League matches. In the Carling Cup, Wenger’s side commanded an average attendance of more than 54,000.The Ar...
FA Cup Final: Chelsea Vs Liverpool On 5th May At 5:15pm Back in the days of Jose Mourinho and Rafael Benitez, Chelsea versus Liverpool was as keenly-fought an engagement as any in English football. The two went head-to-head so often that they became as sick of the sight of each other as the rest of the nation was of watching a series of attritional battles that were won by a single goal at best. A pair of 0-0 draws in the group stages of the 2005-06 Champions League was the nadir. Those were halcyon days for both clubs. They were among Europe's best with two of the best coaches in the game. The last time the pair met in a major final was the Carling Cup Final of 2005, where Mourinho won his first trophy at Chelsea on a day where Steven Gerrard, heavily rumoured to be joining the Blues that summer, scored an own-goal he later described as "one of the lowest days I've had as a footballer". At 31, Gerrard is now the veteran one-club man whose experience of the big occasion is expected to carry his team-mates ...
Fa Cup: Win can top strange season - Stewart Downing Stewart Downing says an FA Cup Final victory over Chelsea would make up for Liverpool's disappointing Premier League campaign. The winger is hoping to help the Reds lift a second trophy this season, after February's Carling Cup victory. Ex-Aston Villa player Downing told BBC's Football Focus: "It has been a strange season but it could end up being my most successful one if we win. "We have to go there and win because that makes it even more memorable." The summer signing from Villa's only previous silverware came during Middlesbrough's League Cup final win over Bolton in 2004, where he was an unused substitute. A top four finish and coveted place in the Champions League is the goal that most Premier League teams strive for, but Downing believes collecting cup winners' medals is a bigger mark of success.
Sir Alex's £100m spree Sir Alex Ferguson will launch a £100million summer spending bonanza in a bid to prevent Manchester United being replaced by neighbours City as the dominant force in the Premier League. United could finish the season empty handed for only the fifth time in 23 years following Monday’s derby defeat, which handed the title initiative to City. Even if there is another twist in the race with United taking advantage of a City slip-up, Ferguson knows his squad need strengthening – especially after their failure to come through an easy Champions League group and early exits from the Europa League, Fa Cup and Carling Cup. He is lining up bids for Eden Hazard, of Lille, and Tottenham’s Luka Modric to add some stardust and creativity to United’s midfield department. And he is also eyeing Athletic Bilbao’s Fernando Llorente, who scored in both Europa League legs against United, to boost his attack. Two full-backs are also being considered because Rafael Da Silva has proved unreliable ...
Please, can you tell me when these league would start. The English Premier League EPL, Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, Carling Cup, Fa Cup, Copa Del Rey, German Bundesliga, French Ligue 1, UEFA Champions League and UEFA League Cup. How many Transfer Window, I want to know. Thank you.
Lille playmaker Joe Cole is hoping to remain with the Ligue 1 club beyond this season. Cole, 30, is currently on loan from Liverpool, but is enjoying a career renaissance with the reigning French champions. Lille are in third place in Ligue 1 and looking a safe bet for Champions League qualification, which would enable the former Chelsea star to enjoy successive seasons playing at Europe's top table. In contrast, his parent club Liverpool are eighth in the Premier League and Europa League football awaits them next season after their Carling Cup triumph over Cardiff earlier this year. With Cole enjoying his football in France, he says he would be happy to leave the Premier League behind him as he waits to hear from the Reds. "I would like to stay but it's not in my hands," Cole said. "I haven't spoken to anyone at Liverpool. I'm waiting to hear from them. "I've been very well received here. I've discovered a new football culture and way of playing. The only thing I miss is the atmosphere in the Premier Lea ...
I disagree with Alan Shearer. I think Arsenal fans would prefer Champions League next year than Carling Cup this year.
When last you heard of an Alex Ferguson team getting knocked out of Fa Cup, Carling Cup, Champions League AND Europa League?
Yaya Toure: "I have lost everything else this season — the African Cup of Nations, Champions League, Europa League, Fa Cup and Carling Cup,"
Who need the Champions League, Europa League, Fa Cup or Carling Cup, anyway? There's an FA Youth Cup semi to think about at OT tonight.
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