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The Manchester City ace has voiced his belief that the Euro 2000 winners have plenty of quality and could challenge for top honors at next year's European Championships
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Arsenal Emmanuel Adebayor Manchester CityAlisher Usmanov could get his hands on Arsenal‘s books as he attempts to increase his stake in the club.The London Evening Standard says Usmanov owns 29.35 per cent of the club but has sent a letter to select shareholders offering to buy their shares at £14,000 each – significantly more than Kroenke’s last offer. The approach is being...
Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri forced their way out of Arsenal during the club's 'Summer of Sam,' and Giles Grimandi says it chose quantity over quality when it came to replacing the club's prized assets. According to comments Grimandi made to the Daily Express, Arsenal was left with little time to buy big names, so it chose to strengthen the squad with a flurry of...
Samir Nasri's second-half penalty
sent a nervy France into the Euro 2012 finals after a 1-1 home
draw against Bosnia who had to settle for a playoff place
following their Group D decider on Tuesday.
BERLIN - Samir Nasri came to the rescue with a late penalty as former winner France escaped to the Euro 2012 finals...
France secured a spot at next year's European Championship after playmaker Samir Nasri converted a penalty Tuesday to salvage a 1-1 draw with Bosnia-Herzegovina in their final qualifier.
Bosnia needed a win to advance directly and striker Edin Dzeko opened the scoring with a curling shot from the edge of the box in the 40th minute. But Nasri was brought down in the area and...
Samir Nasri’s late penalty clinched France’s Euro 2012 qualification, with a 1-1 draw against Bosnia and Herzegovina sending them through....
France grabbed a place at Euro 2012 after a late Samir Nasri penalty salvaged a 1-1 draw at home to Bosnia on Tuesday and Greece also did it the hard way by scoring two late goals to win 2-1 in Georgia and book their ticket to the finals.
Arsenal Manchester City Robin van PersieArsenal are ready to smash their contract policy to keep Robin van Persie away from European rivals. The Daily Mail says Van Persie will be offered an unprecedented contract for an Arsenal player approaching his 30s as the north London club fight to keep their No 1 striker. Van Persie earns £70,000 per week but club sources have indicated...
Laurent Blanc's men left it late to earn a draw against the Balkan nation, with Samir Nasri winning and then converting a penalty to send France to Euro 2012