Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Gibraltar, Sunderland Oust Chelsea, Brazil's Under-17s Quit Against U.S.

And a pleasant Humpday to you and yours. We saw that UEFA said that Gibraltar could field their own squad. We kind of ignored it because it's simply so ridiculous. Now comes the icrazy news that Gibraltar and Spain will be kept separate for Euro 2016 qualifying. Thankfully, Marina Hyde is on the case and decided to write about it.

Did you hear that The Rock and Spain will be kept apart
for Euro 2016 qualifying?

Oh, dear. Chelsea were knocked out of the League Cup in extra time yesterday at Sunderland. Here are Three Thoughts.

In yesterday's other fixture, Man City had little trouble with Leicester.

Today's offerings offer a bit more intrigue, as manager-less and rudder-less Tottenham host West Ham and Stoke welcome Manchester United.

Everton have done quite well this season under new man Martínez. Paul Wilson takes a look at their chances for a top-four finish.

Spanish Football? Guillem Balague claims to be an expert. You decide.

It's a quite day. Let's end with this: Brazil’s U-17 Soccer Team Quits by Just Standing There in Match against U.S.



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