• Tuesday, 28 February 2012

    Vague round-up #8

    Wild celebrations in London where a famous old club beat a lower league side after one of the worst penalty shoot-outs in history. Also in London, a derby turned on it's head and an impish manager who isn't really under pressure admits to being under pressure.
    Blue and white stripey Italians about to look for a third manager of the season? Well, it isn't going well for them and their city rivals top the standings. Still, it ain't over til the Old Lady sings.
    The two main men in Spain both got winners for their respective clubs, but with games running out, the race looks over. Pity the friendly club, adrift in third with nobody for company.
    In the low countries, the six-way fight may have become five with the dockers going down to the electronics magnates.
    On the Atlantic coast, the Eagles drop more points, the Quarrymen win big and what looked like being a walkover is now a three-way tussle.
    The German second division is now even more stupid with 2 (two) points covering the top 5 (five) sides and 1860 (6th) now THE form team in Europe. Unbelievable.

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