English Premier League Clubs Squad List 2011- 12 | Part 2

Part 1

Fulham

Baird, Simon Davies, Moussa Dembele, Clint Dempsey, Kasami, Damien Duff, Dickson Etuhu, MarcelGecov, Grygera, Orlando Sa, Brede Hangeland, Aaron Hughes, Andy Johnson, Stephen Kelly, Danny Murphy, Bjorn Helge Riise, Johan Arne Riise, Bryan Ruiz, Mark Schwarzer, Phillipe Senderos, Kerim Frei, Steve Sidwell, Somogyi, Bobby Zamora, Stockdale

Liverpool

Brad Jones, Glen Johnson, Sebastian Coates, Jose Enrique, Daniel Agger, Fabio Aurelio, Luis Suarez, Steven Gerrard, Andy Carroll, Maxi Rodriguez, Jack Robinson, Dirk Kuyt, Stewart Downing, Jay Spearing, Jamie Carragher, Pepe Reina, Charlie Adam, Doni, Martin Skrtel, Lucas Leiva, Craig Bellamy, Jon Flannagan, Martin Kelly

Manchester City

Micah Richards, Joe Hart, Stuart Taylor, Joleon Lescott, Gareth Barry, James Milner, Adam Johnson, Clichy, Abdisalam Ibrahim, Pablo Zabaleta, Vincent Kompany, Kolo Toure, Aleksander Kolarov, Nigel De Jong, Yaya Toure, David Silva, Samir Nasri, Edin Dzeko, Carlos Tevez, Sergio Aguero, Wayne Bridge, Gunner Nielsen, Owen Hargreaves, Mario Balotelli

Manchester United

David de Gea, Evra, Rio Ferdinand, Johny Evans, Owen, Luis Anderson, Dimitar Berbatov, Wayne Rooney, Ryan Giggs, Chris Smalling, Park Ji Sung, Javier Hernandez, Nemanja Vidic, Michael Carrick, Nani, Ashley Young, Tom Cleverley, Darren  Fletcher, Antonio Valencia, Tomas Kuszczak, Mame Diouf, Andy Lindegaard

Newcastle United

Shola Ameobi, Demba Ba, Hatem Ben Arfa, Leon Best, Yohan Cabaye, Fabricio Coloccini, Rob Elliot, Danny Guthrie, Jonas Gutierrez, Steve Harper, Tim Krul, Peter Lovenkrands, Sylvain Marveaux, Gabriel Obertan, James Perch, Danny Simpson, Alan Smith, Steven Taylor, Ryan Taylor, Cheik Tiote, Mike Williamson

Norwich City

John Ruddy, Russell Martin, Adam Drury, Bradley Johnson, Steve Morison, Zak Whitbread, Andrew Crofts, James Vaughan, Holt, Simeon Jackson, Andrew Surman, Anthony Pilkington, Wesley Hoolahan, David Fox, Chris Martin, Elliott Bennett, Simon Lappin, Leon Barnett, Elliott Ward, Marc Tierney, Ritchie De Laet, Kyle Naughton, Aaron Wilbraham

Queens Park Rangers (QPR)

Patrick Kenny, Bradley Orr, Clint Hill, Shaun Derry, Fitz Hall, Daniel Gabbidon, Taarabt, Kieron Dyer, DJ Campbell, James Bothroyd, Faurlin, Jamie Mackie, Armand Traore, Akos Buzsaky, Perone, Connolly, Barton, Luke Young, Tonny Smith, Heidar Helguson, Radek Cerny, Brian Murphy, Shaun Wright-Phillips, Anton Ferdinand, Jason Puncheon

Part 3

English Premier League Clubs Squad List 2011- 12 | Part 1

List of all the supposedly 25 players for each of the 20 clubs in the English Premier League. Many teams have not been able to complete the 25 man squad list but none of the fans should worry as the list excludes under 21 players in contract with their respective clubs. And with the January transfer window as well, you can expect changes. For now, this is what we have so here we go.

 

Arsenal

Andrei Arshavin, Mikel Arteta, Yossi Benayoun, Maroune Chamakh, Jack Wilshere, Abou Diaby, Johan Djourou, Lukasz Fabianski, Gervinho, Kieran Gibbs, Laurent Koscielny, Victor Mannone, Per Mertesacker, Park Chu Yung, Tomas Rosicky, Bacary Sagna, Andres Santos, Alexandre Song, Sebastien Squillaci, Robin van Persie, Thomas Vermaelen, Theo Walcott

Aston Villa

Luke Young, Stephen Warnock, Richard Dunne, Stephen Ireland, Darren Bent, Gabby Agbonlahor, Marc Albrighton, Nathan Delfouneso, Fabian Delph, Jean Makoun, Emile Heskey, Stiliyan Petrov, Ciaran Clark, Brad Guzan, Habib Beye, Carlos Cuellar, Barry Bannan, Andreas Weimann, Jonathan Hogg, James Collins, Eric Lichaj, Chris Herd, Nathan Baker, Andy Marshall, Shane Lowry, Daniel Johnson, Gary Gardner, Elliot Parish

Blackburn Rovers

Christopher Samba, Salgado, Nelsen, Roberts, Ribeiro, David Dunn, Paul Robinson, Bunn, Blackman, Olsson, Formica, Petrovic, Gael Givet, M G Pedersen, Nzonzi, Goodwillie, Vincent Grella, Vukcevic, Yakubu, Scott Dann, Emerton, Goulon, Linganzi

Bolton Wanderers

Robert Blake, Adan Bogdan, Gary Cahill, Kevin Davies, Mike Davies, Chirs Eagles, Chris Gardner, Stuart Holden, Jussi Jaaskelainen, Ivan Klasnic, Zat Knight, Rob Lainton, Mears, Fabrice Muamba, Obadeyi, Michael Petrov, Pratley, Nigel Reo-Coker, Ricketts, Robinson, Gretar Steinsson, Sanli Tuncay, David Wheater, David Ngog

Chelsea

Cech, Branislav Ivanovic, Ashley Cole, David Luiz, Michael Essien, Ramires, Frank Lampard, Fernando Torres, Juan Mata, Didier Drogba, John Obi Mikel, Florent Malouda, Raul Meireles, Romelu Lukaku, Oriol Romeu, Jose Bosingwa, Paulo Ferreira, Salomon Kalou, Ross Turnbull, Daniel Sturridge, John Terry, Alex, Ryan Bertrand, Nicolas Anelka, Hilario

Everton

Anichebe, Leighton Baines, Tim Cahill, John Hibbert, Phil Jagielka, Phillip Neville, Leon Osman, Bilyaletdinov, Seamus Coleman, Sylvain Distin, Marouane Fellaini, John Heitinga, Mike Howard, Mucha, Louis Saha, Joseph Yobo, Royston Drenthe, Denis Stracqualursi, Apostolos Vellios, Jack Rodwell

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Video – Real Madrid vs Osasuna Highlights | La Liga | 6 Nov 11

Real Madrid ran riot against Osasuna, literally. The score was 7 – 1 after the 90 minutes in Real Madrid’s favor. Cristiano Ronaldo hit a hat trick plus a brace from Karim Benzema and one goal each for Pepe and Gonzalo Higuain. Angel di Maria, in absolutely crushing form, assisted the first 3 goals before he was replaced by Benzema because of injury.

La Liga is gearing up nicely and this madrid win is only going to instigate Barcelona and other clubs.

Check out the video below for the highlights and all the goals from this match.

Video – QPR vs Manchester City Highlights | EPL | 5 Nov 11

QPR were more than a match for Manchester City on Saturday at Loftus Road. This premier league fixture had everything a fan could have hoped for. For neutrals, it was rad.

Jay Bothroyd started the scoring by heading a Joey Barton free kick in to the net. Manchester City came back with two goals from Edin Dzeko and David Silva. David Silva had a fabulous game. He literally masterminds the attack at times. But QPR had their own hero in Helguson who leveled in the 69th minute. He too had very impressive game going on for himself. But City scored the winner through Yaya Toure and the were hold back the resilient attack of QPR in the last 15 minutes or so.

Check out the highlights and all the goals from QPR vs Manchester City below.

 

Premier League Fixtures & Team News | 5 Nov 11

 

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Fixtures for the weekend matches in the English Premier League.

5 Nov 11

 

Newcastle United vs Everton

In – Royston Drenthe (Everton)

Doubtful – Cheik Tiote (Newcastle), Phil Neville, Sylvain Distin, Tim Cahill (Everton)

Out – Gabriel Obertan, Shola Ameobi (Newcastle), Marouane Fellaini (Everton)

 

Arsenal vs West Bromwich Albion

Doubtful – Peter Odemwingie (West Brom)

Out – Marouane Chamakh, Kieran Gibbs, Abou Diaby, Jack Wilshere, Bacary Sagna (Arsenal), Paul Scharner, Shane Long (West Brom)

 

Aston Villa vs Norwich City

In – Barry Bannan, Jermaine Jenas (Aston Villa)

Out – Zak Whitbread, James Vaughan, Elliott Ward, Daniel Ayala (Norwich City)

 

Blackburn Rovers vs Chelsea

In – David Dunn (Blackburn), John Terry (Chelsea)

Out – Ryan Nelsen, Michel Salgado, Scott Dann, Vince Grella (Blackburn)

 

Liverpool vs Swansea City

In – Kemy Agustien (Swansea)

Out – Steven Gerard, Jamie Carragher (Liverpool)

 

Manchester United vs Sunderland

In – Nemanja Vidic (Manchester United)

Doubtful – David Vaughan (Sunderland)

Out- Michael Owen, Chris Smalling, Ryan Giggs, Ashley Young  , Tom Cleverley (Manchester United), Simon Mignolet, John O’Shea (Sunderland)

 

QPR vs Manchester City

In – Kieron Dyer (QPR)

Doubtful – Adel Taarabt (QPR), David Silva (Manchester City)

Out – Shaun Derry, Akos Buzsaky, Rob Hulse, DJ Campbell (QPR), Vincent Kompany (Manchester City)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Curious Case of Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez

 

Love him or hate him but you cannot ignore the brilliance of a certain Anfield player nowadays. On his bad days he comes with a couple of assists or wins a penalty for you. And the good ones makes the opposition cry, quite literally. But this article is not about Luis Suarez the player in a football field but rather than the perception of fans and pundits across the world about the player in the field.

Suarez, as brilliant as a player is for his club and country has come under criticism recently. People seem to have gotten over the ‘hand of god’ incidence from this last FIFA World Cup. But some of his antiques has not gone down well with some people. Experts and some of the fellow players have labeled him as a blatant diver. Some says he instigates the refrees every time he goes down. And recently he is also accused of being a racist by Patrice Evra.

Paul Scharner of West Bromwich Albion has recently accused Luis Suarez of a ‘nice dive’ apparently. You can check out the full story here. To be honest the accusation seems completely absurd as Suarez didn’t even appeal for a penalty. It might have been a soft touch but the referee took the decision without Suarez’s influence.

Racism is something which we cannot delve into for the lack of evidence present to us but everyone has seen the stuff he does in a match. It can look like that he sometimes does go overboard with the complaining and might have taken a dive or two but he is also pretty misunderstood at times.

Maybe its envy or naivety with some people but here at Thick Accent the verdict is clear. Luis Suarez is a beautiful footballer and will be an Anfield legend very soon if not already.

For reasons check out this immaculate article.

 

 

 

 

Billy Sharp Smashes Incredible Volley as Tribute to his Son (Video)

Beautiful yet tragic but immensely heartfelt for this day & age. Doncaster’s forward player Billy Sharp smashed home an incredible volley in the fixture against Middlesbrough. Sharp lost his 2 day old son Luey last Saturday but was courageous enough to play this match. Just after scoring the goal the bereaved father revealed a t shirt which said ‘Thats For you Son’.

As tragic it is for Sharp’s family, Football fans all across the globe got to see that there is still courage left in Footballers. Even though Doncaster lost the match 3-1 to the visitors, the respect was evident on everybody present at the stadium as even the referee did not show a yellow card for the incident. All the players and everyone present  at the Keepmoat stadium presented Billy Sharp with a one minute applause for the Footballers mettle.

Another significant aspect of the match was the first match for El Hadji Diouf for Doncaster.

But this match will go down in history for the bravery shown by an impeccable footballer and human being.

Check out the video below to see the goal.

 

 

Barclays Premier League | The Most Watched League in the World

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According to a new research carried out by SPORT+MARKT, a sports business consultancy firm, Premier Leagues is the most watched League in the World. With a stomping 70 percent of the world’s football watching population getting high on Barclays Premier League most of the weekends and some mondays.

This should not comes as a surprise to anyone who follows Football on a regular basis. EPL has dominated every other league since it was taken over by Barclays in 1992. The league has grown every year and amount of money that it generates and then splashes back at buying players is astounding.

Read the rest of the article here.

 

Source: www.premierleague.com