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Chelsea to host Women’s Champions League final 2013 | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge ground will host the Women’s Champions League final in 2013. Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge ground will host the Women’s Champions League final in 2013.The 41,000-capacity stadium will stage the event on May 23, two days before the men’s Champions League final at Wembley.Uefa general secretary Gianni Infantino said: “The home of the men’s 2012 Champions League winners is the ideal venue to host this prestigious event.” The game is about opinions. 15 more words

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Everton battle to beat Fulham for Rodallega | Transfers | Tribal Football

Everton won’t give up in the battle for Wigan Athletic striker Hugo Rodallega.

Everton won’t give up in the battle for Wigan Athletic striker Hugo Rodallega. 40 more words

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Fluminense teenager Wallace heading for Chelsea | Transfers | Tribal Football

Chelsea are poised to sign teenage full-back Wallace for £4.4m from Fluminense. Chelsea are poised to sign teenage full-back Wallace for £4.4m from Fluminense.The Blues already own a 40% stake in the Brazilian and were granted first option on his services after allowing Deco to join Fluminense in 2010.It is reported that Wallace will not join up with the Premier League outfit until next summer, with the youngster set to be loaned back to Fluminese once an agreement is completed.Wallace’s agent has admitted in the past that a move to Europe is something he and his client have considered, but Fred Moraes has refused to comment on the latest Chelsea reports.He told Lancenet: “I can’t talk about this subject.” Click here to reach the No1 destination for hard news and exciting gossip on Chelsea

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Johnson only thinking of Man City future | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Manchester City winger Adam Johnson admits frustration missing Euros selection with England this summer.

Manchester City winger Adam Johnson admits frustration missing Euros selection with England this summer. 227 more words

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Arsenal’s Wilshere sees positive of one match ban | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere admits his upcoming one-match ban will give him the break he needs after missing the whole of last season with injury. Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere admits his upcoming one-match ban will give him the break he needs after missing the whole of last season with injury.”It’s disappointing to miss any game but, if I think about it another way, maybe it will be good for me to have a little break and come back for the Tottenham game (a week later).”It’s a long season so I need to take it easy a bit but I am looking forward.”Last night (Tuesday), I felt better than I did over the weekend and the weekend before that, so I am feeling better after each game.”Regarding his injury-enforced lay-off, Wilshere added: “I’d had a good season and was looking to push on so to have a setback like that was heartbreaking, but now I’m back.”I am still doing my maintenance work in the gym and am keeping fit. 33 more words

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Man City hand "iconic" deals to nine academy youngsters | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Manchester City have handed deals to several new first-year scholars.

Manchester City have handed deals to several new first-year scholars.

Angus Gunn, James Hardy, James Horsfield, Marco Lopes, Dominic McHale, Billy O’Brien, Jose Angel Pozo, Liam Sharpe and Ashley Smith-Brown all signed on as first-year scholars. 43 more words

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Barcelona win doesn’t ensure us qualification says Celtic boss | Scottish Football News | Tribal Football

Celtic manager Neil Lennon does not necessarily believe his sides superb 2-1 result over Barcelona last night gives them the right to move through to the next phase of the Champions League. 260 more words

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