Another cheap entry posted by KeCiK Monday, June 30, 2008 exactly at pukul - 11:02 PM
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FERNANDO TORRES !!!
The Anfield hitman formed the most potent striking partnership of the tournament with David Villa and his two goals, including one of the most important he will ever score, went a long way to help end 44 years of Spanish anguish.
Another cheap entry posted by KeCiK Wednesday, June 11, 2008 exactly at pukul - 3:45 PM
A hat-trick from David Villa inspired Spain to an impressive 4-1 victory over Russia in their opening Euro 2008 Group D game at the Tivoli Neu Stadium in Innsbruck.
A stunning goal from Zlatan Ibrahimovic set Sweden on their way to a 2-0 victory over defending champions Greece in their Euro 2008 Group D opening game at the Wals-Siezenheim Stadium in Salzburg.
Another cheap entry posted by KeCiK Tuesday, June 10, 2008 exactly at pukul - 6:30 PM
Goals from Ruud van Nistelrooy, Wesley Sneijder and Giovanni van Bronckhorst gave the Netherlands a stunning 3-0 victory over world champions Italy in their Euro 2008 Group C opener at the Stade de Suisse Wankdorf in Berne.
France were held to a frustrating 0-0 draw by Romania in their opening Euro 2008 Group C match at the Pro Letzigrund Stadium in Zurich.
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A brace from Lukas Podolski gave Germany a 2-0 Euro 2008 Group B opening win against their local rivals and the country of his birth, Poland.
An early penalty from Luka Modric gave Croatia an unconvincing 1-0 European Championships Group B opening win over a plucky Austria side at the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna.
Another cheap entry posted by KeCiK Sunday, June 8, 2008 exactly at pukul - 4:31 PM
Czech Republic 1
*scored by Svenkos [substitute for Koller] on 71st minute
*scored by Pepe on 60th minute and Raul Meireless on 93rd minute
p/s: I wish I can see Karel Poborsky and Pavel Nedved play again for Czech Republic...
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Fernando Torres has spoken about his affection for Liverpool FC and said he wants to stay at the club for many years to come.
El Nino, who is preparing for Euro 2008 with Spain, was a record breaker in his debut season at Anfield when he beat Ruud van Nistelrooy's scoring record. His strike at Tottenham on the final day of the season saw the Spanish star become the most prolific foreigner ever in a debut season with 24 Premier League goals.
Earlier this week Rafael Benitez laughed off suggestions linking his star striker with a move away from Anfield and said the player is simply not for sale.
"It is an honour to be linked to clubs like Barcelona, Chelsea, or Arsenal, but I am not thinking about a change and I want to continue playing for Liverpool for many years to come," said Torres.
Reflecting on his debut season at Anfield the Reds number nine said things couldn't have gone any better for him.
"It's been quite easy for me," he added. "I have been able to enjoy every minute at a club where things have gone well.
"I have been part of a team where every player shares the same goals and where a player can rely on the support of his team-mates.
"I have also worked with a manager who believed in me. It was the combination of all these factors.