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Saturday 22nd March Chelsea v Arsenal 12.45 Cardiff v Liverpool 15.00 Everton v Swansea 15.00 Hull v WBA 15.00 Man City v Fulham 15.00 Newcastle v Crystal Palace 15.00 Norwich City v Sunderland 15.00 West Ham v Manchester United 17.30 Sunday 23rd March Spurs v Southampton 13.30 Aston Villa v Stoke City 16.00 Tuesday 25th March United v City 19.45 Arsenal v Swansea 19.45 Newcastle v Everton 19.45 Wednesday 26th March West Ham v Hull 19.45 Liverpool v Sunderland 20.00
1000 games on Saturday - Brilliant achievement by a brilliant manager. For my money the second best manager in premier league history and it's a shame he doesn't have the European Cup to go with the other titles.
Eto just scored for the chavs to put them in the driving seat. So weird to see Mancini in a Gala scarf.
They were fantastic. That 20 times chant went on for a long time near the end and did not get any quieter when Suarez made it 3-0, they've been amazing no matter what the result has been this season which makes me very proud (lol this sounds strange). Good on you lads.
Rivaldo used social networks to reveal that “with tears in my eyes I’d like to give thanks to God, my family and for all the support I have received in 24 years as a player. Today I’m announcing to my fans around the world that my history as a player has reached its end.” The now former striker is unquestionably one of the greatest players ever to play for Barça. He excelled here for five years between 1997 and 2002. Rivaldo (Recife, Brazil, 1972) arrived from Deportivo la Coruña for the 1997/98 season, as a direct replacement for his compatriot Ronaldo. Tall and strong, he did so brilliantly with the kind of skill rarely seen before, a tremendous left foot, exquisite dribbling ability, a powerful shot and an outstanding capacity to score from set pieces. Best in the world 1999 He wasn’t a natural centre forward, but tended instead to play out wide or just behind the attack, but still managed to score an astonishing amount of goals for FC Barcelona: 136 in 253 appearances. He was always a discrete person who preferred to so his talking on the pitch, and was rewarded with the Ballon d’Or in 1999. Some of the fondest memories of his time at FCB include a famous hat-trick at the San Siro, a brace (with another goal inexplicably disallowed) at the Bernabéu in 2000/01, and most of all his spectacular last-minute overhead kick against Valencia to ensure qualification for the following season’s Champions League. At Barcelona, Rivaldo won two leagues, one cup and one European Supercup. After winning the 2002 World Cup with Brazil, Rivaldo left Barça to spend two seasons at AC Milan. Since then, he also played for clubs in Brazil, Greece, Uzbekistan and Angola. He is currently president of Brazilian Serie C club Mogi Mirim, where is son Rivaldinho is among the playing squad.