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September 06, 2014, 05:10:43 PM
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Guiseppe Rossi out for another 5 months.

September 12, 2014, 06:46:28 AM
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Stolen from another forum:

This weekends European Football TV Schedule

Friday 12th September

7:55pm - Almeria vs Cordoba - Sky Sports 5

Saturday 13th September

5:00pm - Barcelona vs Athletic Bilbao - Sky Sports 5
5:15pm - Empoli vs Roma - BT Sport 2
5:30pm - Borussia Monchengladbach vs Schalke - BT Sport 1
7:00pm - Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid - Sky Sports 5
7:00pm - Saint Etienne vs Caen - BT Sport 2
7:30pm - Juventus vs Udinese - BT Sport 1
9:00pm - Celta Vigo vs Real Sociedad - Sky Sports 5

Sunday 14th September

2:15pm - Fiorentina vs Genoa - BT Sport 2
2:30pm - Frankfurt vs Augsburg - ESPN
3:55pm - Valencia vs Espanyol - Sky Sports 5
4:30pm - Hannover vs Hamburg - BT Sport 1
5:00pm - Vitoria Guimaraes vs FC Porto - BT Sport 2
6:00pm - Sevilla vs Getafe - Sky Sports 5
7:45pm - Parma vs AC Milan - BT Sport 1
8:00pm - Granada vs Villarreal - Sky Sports 5

Monday 15th September

7:45pm - Eibar vs Deportivo La Coruna - Sky Sports 5
7:45pm - Verona vs Palermo - BT Sport 1
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September 13, 2014, 05:43:11 AM
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Stolen from another forum:

This weekends European Football TV Schedule

Friday 12th September

7:55pm - Almeria vs Cordoba - Sky Sports 5

Saturday 13th September

5:00pm - Barcelona vs Athletic Bilbao - Sky Sports 5
5:15pm - Empoli vs Roma - BT Sport 2
5:30pm - Borussia Monchengladbach vs Schalke - BT Sport 1
7:00pm - Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid - Sky Sports 5
7:00pm - Saint Etienne vs Caen - BT Sport 2
7:30pm - Juventus vs Udinese - BT Sport 1
9:00pm - Celta Vigo vs Real Sociedad - Sky Sports 5

Sunday 14th September

2:15pm - Fiorentina vs Genoa - BT Sport 2
2:30pm - Frankfurt vs Augsburg - ESPN
3:55pm - Valencia vs Espanyol - Sky Sports 5
4:30pm - Hannover vs Hamburg - BT Sport 1
5:00pm - Vitoria Guimaraes vs FC Porto - BT Sport 2
6:00pm - Sevilla vs Getafe - Sky Sports 5
7:45pm - Parma vs AC Milan - BT Sport 1
8:00pm - Granada vs Villarreal - Sky Sports 5

Monday 15th September

7:45pm - Eibar vs Deportivo La Coruna - Sky Sports 5
7:45pm - Verona vs Palermo - BT Sport 1


Big stuff that. Gonna spend the whole day watching football tomorrow. A good choice of games for after ours.


September 13, 2014, 06:06:11 AM
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Big stuff that. Gonna spend the whole day watching football tomorrow. A good choice of games for after ours.

Not watching the X Factor mate? ;)

Think I'll be doing the same:

Arsenal v City
WBA v Everton
Barcelona v Bilbao
Real v Atletico
Celta v Real Sociedad


You watching the Madrid derby or Juve?
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September 13, 2014, 06:26:47 AM
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Not watching the X Factor mate? ;)

Think I'll be doing the same:

Arsenal v City
WBA v Everton
Barcelona v Bilbao
Real v Atletico
Celta v Real Sociedad


You watching the Madrid derby or Juve?


Gonna go Juventus, but I'll likely watch Barcelona and Bilbao before hand.

September 13, 2014, 11:07:40 PM
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Fuck. Bilbao Barce kicked off at three. Can't be watching the Shite so I'm gonna go for Empoli Roma. But my internet is being a right twat so might watch nothing.


September 13, 2014, 11:09:25 PM
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Also, Kagawa scored for Dortmund in his first game since his return.

September 14, 2014, 01:56:58 AM
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Madrid derby shaping up for an interesting second half. Good game so far.

September 14, 2014, 02:45:49 AM
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First I've seen of Allegri's Juventus tonight. In pre-season Marchisio said they had been given a lot more freedom to express themselves in possession compared to what Conte allowed and it's definitely noticeable. They're playing the same 3-5-2 but there is more flair and unpredictability to their play. Under Conte they were quite rigid in their division of responsibilities but they look more content to play football throughout the whole team rather than solely through Pirlo and to a lesser extent Bonucci. It will be interesting to see how Pirlo fits in to it when he returns.

September 14, 2014, 02:51:16 AM
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any footie on now after Atletico?
I have to return some videotapes.

September 14, 2014, 11:14:23 PM
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Inter - who have struggled for goals under Mazzari - mashed Sassuolo 7-0.

September 15, 2014, 01:45:43 AM
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Watching Parma Milan on Liverpool TV. This game was a 4-3 goalfest last season. Hopefully in for more of the same but unlikely.
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September 15, 2014, 02:13:52 AM
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Inter - who have struggled for goals under Mazzari - mashed Sassuolo 7-0.

You can just imagine sassuolo thinking "ohh well, it won't be as bad as when we lost 7-0 last season" and then boom, 7-0 again. Icardi hat trick as well, it's going to be a big season for him.

I see Napoli lost at home as well, the pressure must be piling on Benitez now.
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September 15, 2014, 02:34:35 AM
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You can just imagine sassuolo thinking "ohh well, it won't be as bad as when we lost 7-0 last season" and then boom, 7-0 again. Icardi hat trick as well, it's going to be a big season for him.

I see Napoli lost at home as well, the pressure must be piling on Benitez now.


Yeah Napoli were lucky to beat Genoa in the first week too. Scored in the very last minute. Bizarrely, their fans keep getting on Insigne's back, despite him being the only home-grown player at the club, and often the only Italian in the line-up.

Parma and Milan might yet live up to last season's game. It's 3-1 to Milan at half time. They look very accomplished. For the second game in a row Menez has dived to win, and scored from, a penalty.

September 15, 2014, 03:15:48 AM
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Haha! It's 4-3 again. This time to Milan. Serious deja vu with today's Serie A games.