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with the sky sports premiership cup opening, liverpool are into the quarter-finals of the competition and face the surprise package of the season so far, burnley. last year, brendan rodgers’ men enjoyed a 2-1 win at turf moor, and won a point, courtesy of brad jones’ brave header.
it would be a fair bet that the clarets will be looking to advance to the semi-finals where they will come up against the champions, manchester united. burnley haven’t been able to get close to old trafford this season, with a 3-1 defeat in the league on december 30 last year the closest they have come.
to make matters worse for the swedes, it seemed as if the ajax players were constantly playing down to the opposing romanian players. in the 50th minute, the romanian centre-back sandro silvestre, on the other hand, had the ball at his feet. dusan tadic took the time to choose a pass and went directly forward. in the process, the ajax left-back came across and picked out ibrahim afellay. afellay, in turn, perfectly controlled the ball and put the ball in the back of the net from only 5 yards out, putting ajax 1-0 up.
i actually think it was their last really good chance of the game. it was always going to be a hard task, but even though we didn’t have much of an opportunity, it was important for us to try and put the game to bed. we saw another good start from ajax. at the same time, we knew that we couldn’t just try to put the game to bed and not go out and try to do something of the game.
turf moor is one of the most intimidating grounds for a visiting side to perform on. it’s for the fact it’s intimidating ground, the players are intimidated. it’s not easy to play against burnley because they are a tough side, fit side and very determined and focused. on tuesday night, there was no football played at turf moor. there was a lot of focus, particularly in the first half, on the pitch itself. the ground itself is intimidating for a visitor and the players know that on their quality, ultimately, they will get a result.
now the football manager 2013 season is underway, it’s time to see which club has the best football manager 2013 career rankings. only 3 premier league clubs are nowhere in the fifa world rankings, aston villa, tottenham hotspur and fulham. a lot of these clubs will be fighting to be the next year.
take aston villa for example, the most interesting thing going on is the david ospina who has been named west ham’s new backup goalkeeper, because of the injury to darren randolph, ospina has moved ahead of jonathan james and scott carson.
juxtapose a top notch canadian team against an average mls field, and it’s clear vancouver is in for some tough sledding. after all, the whitecaps have surrendered just 16 goals in the regular season and eight in six playoff games, tops among mls playoff contenders. on the other hand, toronto has the league’s worst offense, and the reds are the clear-cut favourites for the crown.
those who have seen the 2006 edition of this canadian championship tournament remember the whitecaps’ first-round play. the vancouver squad played one-sided game, winning by a 3-0 margin over ottawa, 6-1 on aggregate. ottawa remained in the tournament, but nearly upset major league soccer champion la by virtue of tying them, 3-3, in their first game. the whitecaps concluded the tournament with a 2-0 win over tfc in the semifinals.
the whitecaps have addressed their first-round series quickly with a 6-0 shutout of northern ireland in their final pre-tournament tuneup. the whitecaps will face the new zealand all whites in the second round on may 20 in vancouver. new zealand players will be unavailable for the finals. the new zealand team won the last three championships.