Tag Archive | "Herman Hreidarsson"

Scandinavians Abroad Weekend Roundup

Monday, April 12, 2010

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Football action is really hotting up as the season draws to a close in Europe`s top leagues. This weekend saw some really unexpected cup shocks and twists at both ends of the relative tables.Tweet

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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 Weekend Round Up

Monday, March 22, 2010

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Yet another action packed weekend saw major twists and turns as European football grinds steadily towards the end of the season. With competition hotting up across the continent, the pressure is proving tough for some to handle but not others.Tweet

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Scandinavians Abroad Round Up

Monday, March 8, 2010

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A hectic week on the international and domestic front culminated with some cracking and not so cracking encounters. The main talking point is on John Carew`s return to form and whether he can maintain it to fire Aston Villa into fourth spot come May. This weekend also saw some big teams lose their first matches [...]

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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

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

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Swedish players renewed their credibility this weekend after weeks of relative frustration. While five found there way onto the scoresheet, Johan Elmander`s nightmare continues. The player once earmarked as future of Swedish football has only scored nine goals since arriving at Bolton in June 2008.

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