Friday, January 01, 2010

Winter Vacation

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Worst Teams of the Season

Americans In The UK: Boxing Day Blues

A slew of average and poor performances saw just one American play for a winning team over the weekend.

Tim Vickery in South America

Last week Phil Minshull picked his European team of the decade - so I was asked to do the same for South America. But what would be the criteria? Obviously in this globalised age the top South Americans play their club football on the other side of the Atlantic. But European football is not my beat, and I don't watch enough of it to supply an authoritative opinion. So if anyone wants to suggest a South American side based on club form, then use the space below - and let a hundred flowers bloom, a hundred schools of thought contend.

The Mill +

England: Tuesday's Premier League Previews

Aston Villa vs. Liverpool
Kick-off: 7.45pm GMT
Villa Park, Birmingham

Bolton vs. Hull City
Kick-Off: 20:00 GMT
Reebok Stadium, Bolton

England: Monday's Premier League Roundup & Reports

Chelsea survived a scare at home to Fulham to open up a five-point gap at the top of the Premier League table as Tottenham Hotspur moved into the UEFA Champions League positions.

Chelsea 2 - 1 Fulham
Kevin McCarra: Drogba sparks fightback
Wolves 0 - 3 Manchester City
Staurt James: Two-goal Tevez too much

Monday, December 28, 2009

The Mill +

England: Premier League Monday Preview + Lawro's Predictions

12 teams continue their busy festive schedule on Monday with Tottenham and West Ham kicking things off early. Bolton manager Gary Megson has urged his players to sink fellow strugglers Hull after having to settle for a derby stalemate on Boxing Day.

England: Premier League Saturday Review

Chelsea turned in another indifferent performance while Liverpool chalked up a hard-fought win against Wolves.

England: Premier League Special Reports

Arsenal 3 - 0 Aston Villa
Kevin Palmer: The Joy of Cesc
Richard Williams: Fab cameo fires Gunners

Hull City 1 - 3 Manchester United
James Drucker: Rooney finds atonement