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Football: Atletico frustrated as Chelsea park bus

Football: Atletico frustrated as Chelsea park bus

Atletico Madrid and Chelsea were locked at 0-0 after their Champions League semi-final first leg after the Spanish side failed to break down their ultra-cautious visitors at the Calderon.

Football: Howieson's stocks going up, like Burnley

Football: Howieson's stocks going up, like Burnley

Former Mosgiel striker Cameron Howieson has just had a dream week in his football career.

Football: Moyes axed by Man Utd after season of failure

Football: Moyes axed by Man Utd after season of failure

Manchester United's succession planning for life after Alex Ferguson was left in tatters when manager David Moyes was sacked after 10 troubled months of failure and frustration at a club used to seamless success.

Football: Man City keep title dreams alive

Football: Man City keep title dreams alive

Manchester City have kept alive their flickering hopes of a second Premier League title in three seasons, and increased West Bromwich Albion's relegation worries, with a 3-1 victory.

Football: Moyes on way out at Man United?

Football: Moyes on way out at Man United?

Manchester United are set to sack manager David Moyes less than a year after he took charge of the 20-time English football champions, British media are reporting.

Football: Challenge Shield gets another new home

Football: Challenge Shield gets another new home

Jubilant Mosgiel supporters flooded on to Ellis Park yesterday to celebrate their team's 3-1 win over Roslyn-Wakari, near doubling the team's points tally in the Football South Premiership and wrenching the Blair Davidson Challenge Shield from the home side.

Football: Liverpool go five points clear

Football: Liverpool go five points clear

Liverpool's dream of a first title in 24 years moved closer to reality after a 3-2 win at lowly Norwich City opened up a five-point lead over second-placed Chelsea with three matches remaining.

Football: Roslyn outmanoeuvres Technical

Football: Roslyn outmanoeuvres Technical

Roslyn-Wakari bounced back to form with a 3-2 win over Dunedin Technical at Tahuna Park on Saturday, to claim the inaugural Blair Davidson Challenge Shield.

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