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في الخميس 18 نوفمبر 2010 - 19:51
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    Bundesliga strugglers face-off

    Thursday 18 November 2010

    Two giants of the German game will go head-to-head at the wrong end of the Bundesliga table when Schalke and Werder Bremen look to turn around their league form.
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    Valbuena heralds new France era

    Thursday 18 November 2010

    Goal-scoring hero Mathieu Valbuena heralded the new era being seen by the French national side under coach Laurent Blanc, who were impressive last night in a 2-1 win over England against Wembley.
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    Gilks blow for Blackpool

    Thursday 18 November 2010

    Blackpool's high-performing goalkeeper Matt Gilks will spend two months on the sidelines after suffering a broken knee-cap last weekend, while captain Charlie Adam is also set to miss their next fixture.
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    Hamburg's Mathijsen set for long lay-off

    Thursday 18 November 2010

    Dutch defender Joris Mathijsen looks to be out for at least a number of weeks for Hamburg with a leg injury, awaiting a scan to confirm the extent of his problem, after being stretchered off against Turkey.
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    Sagna: No friends in derby match

    Thursday 18 November 2010

    Bacary Sagna has said his friendship with former Gunner William Gallas will be set aside for the 'war' which will take place between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.
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    Fletcher: Top sides will drop points

    Thursday 18 November 2010

    Darren Fletcher feels that the twists and turns which have littered the Premier League so far this season, with all the top sides dropping points, are not over yet and the title race is still wide open.
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