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Scandinavians Abroad Weekend Round Up

Monday, March 15, 2010

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It has been a pretty good weekend for all Scandinavians on the continent, although  those who managed to take their heads out of their own or in a weird case other peoples behinds suffered different emotions, just ask Johan Elmander and Brian Jensen.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 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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US AIK: Allsvenskan Round 15 roundup

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

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With fifteen rounds behind us we have now reached the halfway point of the season. In theory anything is still possible, but realistically it appears that the league has been partitioned into three distinct segments. In the first segment we find the five teams that all have a serious shot at the gold; in the [...]

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DC AIK: Allsvenskan Round 14 roundup

Saturday, July 18, 2009

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IFK Göteborg and IF Elfsborg had a golden opportunity to make some space for themselves at the very top of the league in this fourteenth round. But instead this became a round for the history books as far as AIK supporters are concerned. Göteborg continued their poor form and lost to AIK in one of [...]

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Penalties do the trick in Allsvenskan

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

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Three Allsvenskan games, three penalties and lots of consequent whining. And all penalties made a real difference, because they all secured one to three points. The most controversial penalty was given to Helsinborgs IF when they welcomed IFK Göteborg to Olympia for their first fixture. Just seconds before the interval, Henrik Larsson chipped the ball into [...]

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