Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Swansea Beat Arsenal, Bayern Munich vs. Barcelona, Chelsea Are Big in Japan, Scribes, Goals of the Week, Getting Shirty With Scott Murray

Right! Off we go. Swansea swept into the Emirates Stadium last night and left with the maximum points on offer. Dafydd Pritchard was there and filed this report. Amy Lawrence was there, too. She had this to report. Three Points? Why not? And so...here is your Premier League Table.

Chelsea are also big in Japan. See below...

The Champions League returns today with Bayern Munich facing the unenviable task of attempting to turn around a three-goal deficit at the Allianz Arena. Here are your previews:

Bayern Munich vs. Barcelona: Preview I
Bayern Munich vs. Barcelona: Preview II

There's a Top Tenner today. Naturally, it's Top Champions League Comebacks. Are you reading, Pep?

It's Tuesday and that means it's time to Scribe!

Where? Spain. Who? Sid Lowe. What? Barcelona can rule again after Real Madrid falter

Where? Germany. Who? Raphael Honigstein. What? Schalke get their moment in the sun … for all the wrong reasons

Where? Germany. Who? Raphael Honigstein. Again? Yes. OK. What? Guardiola retains Bayern Munich's faith despite recent difficulties

More Tuesday fun: Goals of the Week. More Tuesday fun: Marcotti's Musings.

We could use some thoughts and some power rankings for MLS, right? Bird is on the case.

Here's a question for you: Is the correlation between a well-designed kit and a well-functioning team obvious? Scott Murray claims that it is.

How about a European Team of the Week? Good. Mexico has named its squad for Copa AmericaAs expected, they're saving the big guns for the Gold Cup.

There was talk around SSN Headquarters yesterday about Newcastle. Most agreed that they should be relegated. This morning we find an article by Andi Thomas indicating that he agrees, too.

And finally...we're big in Japan.



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