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Scandinavians Abroad Weekend Round Up

Monday, March 29, 2010

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Heartbreak was the order of the weekend for many Scandinavians and it came in different forms. From last minute goals to gut wrenching injuries, another exciting weekend of football gripped the imagination of all involved.Tweet

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Scandinavians abroad roundup

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

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It has not been a great weekend for Scandinavian players on the continent. Many were absent, failed to score, got thrashed and were downright unlucky. Nicklas Bendtner scored his first goal since returning from a groin injury as Arsenal made hard work over what should have been a relatively easy win. The Dane scored as [...]

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Scandinavians Abroad Weekend Round Up

Monday, February 1, 2010

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Scandinavians endured a mixed weekend as most of the football concerns were on matters such as transfers rather than what was actually happening on the pitch. Five Scandinavian stars managed to get on the score sheet, others outlined their value to their clubs as their main assets(notably Pedersen) and some just had a pain in the jaw with what was going on around them.

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Finland 2009 in pictures, part three

Saturday, November 21, 2009

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In part three of our pictorial roundup of 2009, we focus on the senior men’s national team. Click on the photos to enlarge.Tweet

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Life after Liverpool – Hyypiä’s Ferrari fascinates Bild, Kuqis reunited, Berg and Kahlenburg aim to impress

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

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The first round of the DFB Pokal, played over the weekend, offered Germany’s Nordic players a chance to test their fitness in more challenging settings than they’ve seen over the summer. The biggest clubs enter in the first round, giving up home advantage to the minnows as the competition tries to encourage upsets. This first [...]

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Make or break time for Finland

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

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Stakes are high on Wednesday night as Finland and Russia take on the pitch at Helsinki’s Olympic Stadium for their World Cup 2010 qualifier. With Germany having the upper hand in group 4 and Wales, Azerbaijan and Liechenstein pretty much out of contention, the stage is set for Finland and Russia to seal the fate [...]

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