Archive for October, 2015 – UEFA to check Chelsea, CSKA links

However, that is the logical conclusion if there was a problem.”

“Mr Abramovich is the owner of Chelsea and Sibneft, a company in which he is one of many shareholders, has a shirt sponsorship deal with CSKA Moscow,” said Greenberg.

UEFA chief executive Lars-Christer Olsson said Abramovich would have to decide which team to play in the tournament if he were discovered to have a controlling interest in CSKA — but admitted that such an outcome appeared unlikely.

“Everyone knows that sponsorship has a major effect on the management of a club and we might well have to introduce new rules on this issue.”

Abramovich is behind a major sponsorship deal between CSKA and oil company Sibneft, although UEFA said a “superficial” check had suggested the Russian billionaire had no direct interest in the club.

“We are contacting the Russian FA for full details of who exactly owns CSKA Moscow,” said Olsson.

“Our licensing laws and our competition rules as well as EU laws prohibit an individual owning two clubs but we shall also look at the sponsorship issue.

Abramovich is the former owner and major shareholder in Sibneft, which signed a $54 million shirt sponsorship deal with Russian champions CSKA in March.

MONACO — UEFA will examine Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich’s links with CSKA Moscow after the pair were drawn together in the first round of the Champions League.

Sibneft also said a conflict was “impossible.”

European Union competition rules and UEFA regulations forbid an individual owning a major share of two clubs in the same competition, although there are no rules limiting sponsorship deals.

“Sibneft’s relations with CSKA are based on one of the company’s numerous sponsorship deals,” said Sibneft press spokesman Alexei Firsov.

A close friend of CSKA president Yevgeny Giner, he attended two CSKA matches as a VIP last season and also saw their clash with Rangers in Glasgow, Scotland, this week.

Olsson said UEFA was considering tightening the rules on sponsorship deals.

Chelsea director of communications Simon Greenberg denied that any conflict of interests existed and said Abramovich had no say in how sponsorship money was spent by CSKA.. I imagine this will not be the case but if it was and one club could not take part then either we’d have a three-team group or perhaps Rangers, who lost to CSKA in the qualifiers, could come into the competition presuming it was CSKA who were pulled out.

“Mr Abramovich has no equity stake nor any direct interest in CSKA Moscow.”

“This is unlikely and we do not have much time because the competition starts in two weeks’ time. Chelsea is owned by an individual, who is not a member of the Sibneft managing headquarters.”

“They could not both play. “Sibneft has no relations to the club’s management

Famous Soccer Players from Argentina

It would be safe to say that Argentina, with the consistent high standard that it has maintained through the decades, will definitely give us many more greats as the years go by. This great footballing nation has given us many superstars overs the decades. Let’s check out the best Argentinian soccer players to have played the game. Lauderdale Strikers (1989) Swindon Town (1989 – 1991)

Clubs Vlez Srsfield (1987 – 1990) Pisa (1990 – 1992) Sevilla (1992 – 1994) Atltico Madrid (1994 – 1997) Internazionale (1997 – 1999) Lazio (1999 – 2003) Atltico Madrid (2003 – 2005) Racing (2005 – 2006) National Team U20 (1989) Argentina (1988 – 2002)

Clubs Arsenal de Sarand (1979 – 1981) Independiente (1982 – 1985) Nantes (1985 – 1992) Valenciennes (1992 – 1993) Independiente (1995 – 1998) National Team U20 (1981) Argentina (1983 – 1990)

Diego Milito

Clubs River Plate (1991 – 1996) Sevilla (1996 – 1997) Lazio (1997 – 2000) Parma (2000 – 2002) Inter Milan (2002 – 2004) Brescia (2004 – 2005) Quilmes (2005) Lyn (2007) Fnix (2009) River Plate (2009 – 2011)

Clubs Argentinos Juniors (1976 – 1981) Boca Juniors (1981 – 1982) Barcelona (1982 – 1984) Napoli (1984 – 1991) Sevilla (1992 – 1993) Newell’s Old Boys (1993 – 1994) Boca Juniors (1995 – 1997) National Team U20 (1977 – 1979) Argentina (1977 – 1994)

Clubs River Plate (1991 – 1996) Valencia (1997 – 1998) Sampdoria (1998 – 1999) Parma (1999 – 2000) River Plate (2000 – 2002) Fenerbahe (2002 – 2003) Newell’s Old Boys (2004 – 2006) River Plate (2006 – 2012) Herminio Arrieta de Ledesma (2014 – present)

Position: Attacking Midfielder

Position: Forward

Ariel Ortega

Position: Attacking Midfielder, Striker

Born: December 21, 1973

Born: February 5, 1984

Clubs Talleres RE (1992 – 1993) Banfield (1993 – 1995) Internazionale (1995 – 2014) National Team U23 (1996) Argentina (1994 – 2011)

Daniel Passarella

Ubaldo Fillol

Position: Winger, Attacking Midfielder

Clubs River Plate (2009 – 2013) Benfica (2013 – present) National Team U20 (2011) Argentina (2012 – present)

Clubs Quilmes AC (1965 – 1971) Racing Club (1972 – 1973) River Plate (1974 – 1983) Argentinos Juniors (1983) Flamengo (1984 – 1985) Atltico Madrid (1985 – 1986) Racing Club (1986 – 1989) Vlez Srsfield (1989 – 1991)

These were the most famous soccer players from Argentina. The game is governed in the country by the Argentine Football Association (AFA).

With the kind of history and system that it has in place, it is no surprise that Argentina has produced players of the highest standard over the decades. For now, let’s just enjoy the likes of Messi and Co. dazzle everyone with their play on the pitch.

Position: Striker

Clubs Boca Juniors (2001 – 2004) Corinthians (2004 – 2006) West Ham United (2006 – 2007) Manchester United (2007 – 2009) Manchester City (2009 – 2013) Juventus (2013 – present) National Team U17 (2001) U23 (2004) Argentina (2004 – 2011)

Born: June 12, 1979

Position: Attacking Midfielder

Born: December 11, 1981

Lionel Messi

Born: August 18, 1980

Position: Forward

Position: Striker

Clubs Newell’s Old Boys (1988 – 1989) River Plate (1989 – 1990) Boca Juniors (1990 – 1991) Fiorentina (1991 – 2000) Roma (2000 – 2003) Al Arabi (2003 – 2005)

Gabriel Batistuta

Position: Striker

Born: May 25, 1953

Born: July 21, 1950

Position: Defensive Midfielder

Position: Center Back, Sweeper

ngel di Mara

Leopoldo Luque

Famous Argentine Soccer Players

Born: February 14, 1988

Born: February 1, 1969

Position: Attacking Midfielder

Born: November 7, 1973

Clubs River Plate (1945 – 1951) Millonarios (1951 – 1953) Real Madrid (1953 – 1964) Espanyol (1964 – 1966) National Team Argentina (1947) Colombia (1949) Spain (1957 – 1961)

Born: June 2, 1988

Clubs Boca Juniors (1996 – 2002) Barcelona (2002 – 2005) Villarreal (2005 – 2007) Boca Juniors (2008 – present) National Team U20 (1997 – 1998) U23 (2008) Argentina (1997 – 2008)

Clubs Independiente (2003 – 2006) Atltico Madrid (2006 – 2011) Manchester City (2011 – present) National Team U17 (2004) U20 (2005 – 2007) Argentina (2006 – present)

Position: Forward

Position: Central Midfielder

Carlos Tevez

Born: July 15, 1954

Clubs Racing (1999 – 2003) Genoa (2003 – 2005) Zaragoza (2005 – 2008) Genoa (2008 – 2009) Internazionale (2009 – 2014)

Diego Simeone

Esteban Cambiasso

Rogelio Funes Mori

Born: April 28, 1970

Born: March 5, 1991

Born: June 24, 1987

Position: Striker

Pablo Aimar

Position: Striker

Jorge Burruchaga

Jos Sanfilippo

Argentina has won the FIFA World Cup twice, Copa Amrica fourteen times, Copa Roca four times, and the Confederations Cup once.

Soccer, or association football is easily the most popular sport in Argentina, with nearly 3,400 clubs spread all over the country. The fact that so many talented footballers have come through the ranks in Argentina is what makes this country so successful at international events. The list provided here is purely in alphabetical order.

Mario Kempes

Javier Zanetti

Born: October 30, 1960

Born: November 3, 1979

Martn Palermo

Born: March 4, 1974

Born: June 24, 1978

Position: Striker

Born: May 3, 1949

Clubs River Plate (1998 – 2001) Barcelona (2001 – 2007) Real Madrid (2007 – 2009) Benfica (2009 – 2012) Mlaga (2012 – 2013) Olympiacos (2013 – present) National Team U20 (2001) Argentina (2000 – 2007)

Esteban Cambiasso

Clubs River Plate (1996 – 2000) Valencia (2001 – 2006) Zaragoza (2006 – 2008) Benfica (2008 – 2013) Johor Darul Takzim (2013 – 2014) National Team U17 (1995) U20 (1997) Argentina (1999 – 2009)

Born: June 8, 1984

Alfredo Di Stfano

Matas Almeyda

Diego Maradona

Clubs San Lorenzo (1953 – 1962) Boca Juniors (1963) Nacional (1964 – 1965) Banfield (1966 – 1967) Bangu (1968) EC Bahia (1968 – 1971) San Lorenzo (1972) San Miguel (1978)

Position: Striker. Position: Defensive Midfielder

Position: Center Back, Defensive Midfielder

Born: July 5, 1975

Lionel Messi

Position: Right Wingback, Defensive Midfielder

Clubs Quilmes (1971 – 1972) Independiente (1973 – 1977) Sevilla (1978 – 1980) Fiorentina (1981 – 1984) Napoli (1984 – 1986) Udinese (1986 – 1987)

Born: March 9, 1975

Juan Sebastin Vern

Clubs River Plate (1993 – 1996) Parma (1996 – 2000) Lazio (2000 – 2002) Internazionale (2002 – 2003) Chelsea (2003 – 2008) Internazionale (2008 – 2009) Genoa (2009 – 2010) Parma (2010 – 2012) National Team U23 (1996) Argentina (1995 – 2007)

Clubs Argentinos Juniors (1985 – 1990) Tenerife (1990 – 1994) Real Madrid (1994 – 2000) Milan (2000 – 2004)

Lived: July 4, 1926 – July 7, 2014

Born: May 4, 1935

Sergio Agero

Born: June 6, 1969

Clubs Barcelona (2004 – present) National Team U20 (2004 – 2005) U23 (2007 – 2008) Argentina (2005 – present)

Position: Central Midfielder

Born: October 9, 1962

Clubs Instituto (1970 – 1973) Rosario Central (1974 – 1976) Valencia (1977 – 1981) River Plate (1981 – 1982) Valencia (1982 – 1984) Hrcules (1984 – 1986) First Vienna (1986 – 1987) St. And these players, in turn, have helped their country win numerous major trophies all across the globe. Plten (1987 – 1990) Kremser SC (1990 – 1992) Fernndez Vial (1995) Pelita Jaya (1999)

Javier Saviola

Born: August 10, 1973

Clubs Estudiantes (1994 – 1996) Boca Juniors (1996) Sampdoria (1996 – 1998) Parma (1998 – 1999) Lazio (1999 – 2001) Manchester United (2001 – 2003) Chelsea (2003 – 2007) Estudiantes (2007 – 2012) Brandsen (2012 – 2013) Estudiantes (2013 – 2014)

Clubs Rosario Central (2005 – 2007) Benfica (2007 – 2010) Real Madrid (2010 – present) National Team U20 (2007) Argentina (2008 – present)

Born: March 14, 1955

Clubs Sarmiento (1971 – 1973) River Plate (1974 – 1982) Fiorentina (1982 – 1986) Internazionale (1986 – 1988) River Plate (1988 – 1989)

Javier Mascherano

Hernn Crespo

Carlos Tevez

Diego Maradona

Born: August 3, 1952

Juan Romn Riquelme

Javier Zanetti

Position: Striker

Osvaldo Ardiles

Fernando Redondo

Daniel Bertoni

Clubs River Plate (2003 – 2005) Corinthians (2005 – 2006) West Ham United (2006 – 2007) Liverpool (2007 – 2010) Barcelona (2010 – present) National Team U20 (2003 – 2004) U23 (2004 – 2008) Argentina (2003 – present)

Clubs Estudiantes (1992 – 1997) Boca Juniors (1997 – 2000) Villarreal (2001 – 2003) Betis (2003 – 2004) Alavs (2004) Boca Juniors (2004 – 2011)

Position: Striker

Position: Striker

Position: Goalkeeper

Position: Attacking Midfielder, Forward

Clubs Independiente (1998 – 2001) River Plate (2001 – 2002) Real Madrid (2002 – 2004) Internazionale (2004 – 2014) National Team U17 (1995) U20 (1997 – 1999) Argentina (2000 – 2011)

Clubs Gimnasia de Jujuy (1967 – 1969) Central Norte (1969 – 1971) Unin (1971) Rosario Central (1972) Unin (1973 – 1975) River Plate (1975 – 1980) Unin (1980 – 1981) Racing Club (1981 – 1982) Santos (1983) Chacarita Juniors (1983 – 1984) Santos (1984) Textil Mandiy (1984 – 1985)

Position: Defensive Midfielder

Position: Right Winger

Position: Attacking Midfielder

Clubs Instituto de Crdoba (1973) Belgrano (1974) Huracn (1975 – 1978) Tottenham Hotspur (1978 – 1988) Blackburn Rovers (1988) Queens Park Rangers (1988 – 1989) Ft | 502: Bad gateway

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Chelsea Fc all time Trophies

Also won the Charity Shields on 2000 and 1955

Starting with the latest Cups of Chelsea Hall of fame

2000 Fa Cup Chelsea 1 Aston villa 0

1954/1955 i was too young to have watch these but non the less they won it with 52 points

Other Cup Wins

Chelsea Cup wins and final Scores

Community Shield 2009 Chelsea beats Man United on penalties 4-1

2005 community Shield Chelsea 2 Arsenal 1

2007 league Cup Chelsea Wins arsenal lose :D

1998 chelsea beats Stuttgart 1-0 chelsea wins the cup

Premier League Champions 2005/2006 with 91 points

GK Petr ?ech, GF Branislav Ivanovi? ,DF Ashley Cole ,MF Michael Essien ,DF Ricardo Carvalho ,MF FrankLampard (vice-captain ,MF Joe Cole (2nd vice-captain),FW Didier Drogba,MF John Obi Mikel

2009 Fa cup final Chelsea wins beating everton 2-1

1998 Chelsea beats Real Madrid on Super cup Finale 1-0

1998 League Cup

2004/2005 Won the premiership With 95 points have to say i watch almost all of these games live in my opinion the best season for Chelsea

2005 League Cup we beat Liverpool on extra time 3-2 final score

,MF Deco, FW Salomon Kalou ,GK Ross Turnbull ,FW Daniel Sturridge ,MF Nemanja Mati? ,DF John Terry (captain) ,DF Alex ,DF Juliano Belletti ,FW Nicolas Anelka ,GK Henrique Hilário ,DF Sam Hutchinson

Starting with this year 2010 they won the Fa cup by beating Portsmouth 1-0

Here is a list of all Chelsea trophies that they have won throughout the time.

1965 League Cup final score chelsea 3 Leicester 2

Premier League Wins

Chelsea Fc all time Trophies

1971 chelsea beats Real Madrid 2-1 on replay and win the Cup

,MF Michael BallacK ,MF Florent Malouda ,DF José Bosingwa ,MF Yuri Zhirkov ,DF Paulo Ferreira

1997 Chelsea wins the Fa cup again by beating Middlesbrough 2-0

1970 Fa cup finalists and won it by beating Leeds 2-1 it was a replay

2007 another cup for chelsea’s Cabinet sweet one chelsea beat Manchester

United 1-0

2009/2010 Premiership Champion with 86 points

This is the Chelsea first team that helped on for this year

Dealing with Tottenham’s Daniel Levy was more painful than my hip replacement, says Sir Alex Ferguson | Football | Sport

In the months’s before Berbatov sealed his move to Old Trafford for a fee in the region of £30million, Spurs submitted a complaint to the Premier League over United’s pursuit of the striker. Levy accused then Premier League champions Manchester United, who were told Berbatov was not for sale, of ‘systematically working to prise the player away from White Hart Lane’.

“That whole experience was more painful than my hip replacement,” Ferguson wrote in his new book, despite eventually sealing a deal for Berbatov.

The striker went on to score more than 50 goals during a four-year stint at Old Trafford, winning two Premier League titles and the League Cup before joining Fulham in the summer of 2012.

In his new book ‘Leading’, the Scot talks about the hard time he had striking a deal with Spurs for Bulgarian forward Dimitar Berbatov in the build up to deadline day in 2008.

Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed he found negotiations with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy particularly difficult.

Borussia Dortmund GmbH & Co KGaA (BVB.DE) Key Developments

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Puma SE:Intends to take direct stake in Borussia Dortmund KGaA, having sponsored football club since 2012.Says potentially acquiring up to 5 pct of its capital stock through planned capital increase announced by Borussia Dortmund, seeks to underpin its long-term, strategic partnership and to intensify cooperation with Borussia Dortmund. 26-Sept. Full Article

Borussia Dortmund GmbH & Co KgaA:Says it received admission to the Prime Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange by Deutsche Borse AG.The admission shall become effective from May 30 on.Says it changes from the General Standard to the Prime Standard. Full Article

Borussia Dortmund GmbH & Co KgaA:For FY 2014/2015 esentially maintains previous year’s forecast on expected development of company.FY 2014/2015 revenue will be level with the prior year figures.FY 2014/2015 net income will be in seven-figure range.Deviates from previous forecast in one respect: FY cash flows from operating activities to remain positive, but below prior-year level.

Borussia Dortmund GmbH & Co KgaA:Intends to propose payment of dividend in amount of 0.05 euros per share for FY 2014/2015. Full Article. Full Article

Borussia Dortmund GmbH & Co KgaA:Intends to propose to supervisory board payment of dividend in amount of 0.10 EUR per share for FY 2013/2014. Full Article

Borussia Dortmund GmbH & Co KgaA:Says BVB shares to be included in SDAX.Says effect from 23 June. Full Article

Borussia Dortmund GmbH & Co KgaA:Says total of 24,454,989 new shares for subscription price of 4.66 euros each has been placed within framework established by resolution passed on Aug. Full Article

Borussia Dortmund GmbH & Co KgaA:Says to raise capital by issuing 24.5 million shares.Says capital increase includes rights issue.Says new shares to be offered at 4.66 euros apiece.Says new shares to be offered from Aug. 8.Says gross proceeds of 114.4 million euros.Says Puma, Evonik agree to subscribe to certain number of shares. 21.Says company will receive new liquidity (before deduction of costs) of about 114 million euros. Full Article

Borussia Dortmund GmbH & Co KgaA:Says implements a capital increase excluding shareholders subscription rights.Says Evonik Industries AG acquires 9 percent of Borussia Dortmund and extends main sponsor agreement.Says issues 6,120,011 new non-par value bearer shares for an issue price of 4.37 euros per new share.Gross proceeds of the issue of new shares, amounting to 26.7 million euros, for the consolidation of equity base and for creating option to finance growth accelerating investments. Full Article

Borussia Dortmund GmbH & Co KgaA:Says it has absorbed by merger its subsidiaries BVB Stadion Holding GmbH, BVB Beteiligungs-GmbH and BVB Stadion GmbH and acquired the heritable building right that previously belonged to BVB Stadion GmbH in the stadium site.Says the mergers took place on the basis of the financial statement dated June 30, 2013 as the final balance sheet, with the merger coming into effect in each case as of July 1, 2013.Says this restructuring is reduces the number of subsidiaries for the company to improve its transparency

Arjen Robben to star in Netherlands Euro 2016 qualifier

The Andorrans have scored just three times in their six matches and Israel should have too much firepower, so expect a home win and at 5/1, a 2-0 win looks like a correct score bet.

The absence of Arjen Robben from the early stages of the group seemed to really upset their form and his return to fitness at the start of the Bundesliga season is crucial to their hopes.

If you can get something like 6/4 on Robben scoring on the night, that’s also good value since he will want to show he can handle the captaincy and lead from the front.

Arjen Robben has fiercely led the Netherlands into the World Cup quarterfinals.Arjen Robben and Netherlands are in a precarious position heading into their latest Euro 2016 qualifiers.

Things get serious for the Euro 2016 hopefuls this week as we reach crunch time for many teams hoping to book their places in France next summer, with more than one big name in danger of missing out.

They’ve done it through a steely defence that has conceded just two goals in six matches and with Gareth Bale always capable of grabbing a goal, they are doing the job so far. Take the price while it lasts.

Israel to cruise against Andorra

Robben to lead Netherlands

Finally to the treble and let’s try the Czech Republic to win to nil against Kazakhstan, at 8/11; Norway to win away to Bulgaria at 14/5 and Belgium to ease past Bosnia-Herzegovina at 1/3. All of which works out as 15/2.

The biggest name struggling to make it is Netherlands, who began the campaign so badly and stand three points off the pace in Group A behind surprise leaders Iceland and the Czech Republic. Having replaced Robin van Persie as captain, there’s some more responsibility on his shoulders but he loves being the main man and he should lead them to victory on Thursday.

Czechs to lead treble

At 2/7 on the night, they’re too short to get involved with but the 5/6 with Bet365 on the hosts leading at half time and winning the match is worth taking.

Wales have a genuine chance to reach Euro 2016 and if things go their way over the next week, they may even book their place in France. Thankfully for Danny Blind’s side, they still have things in their hands but they have to start by beating Iceland in Amsterdam on Thursday.

Wales to edge closer

Israel need to keep winning to stay in touch with Belgium in second place in Wales’ group and they’ll be confident of taking care of the group’s bottom side Andorra on Thursday. Winning in Cyprus is not as easy a task as it once was but they have confidence and at 4/5 they’re not as short as I would have expected. Chris Coleman’s side are away to Cyprus in group B, defending their three-point lead at the top.

Chelsea’s new shirt deal worth ‘$62m annually’

The slogan reads “Azerbaijan: Land of Fire,” referencing the oil rich Eastern European nation.

Who are the big brands in football?

Who are the big brands in football?

Big brands in football Newcastle United’s sponsorship from payday lender Wonga generated controversy for the team, with local MP Chi Onwurah reported as saying: “Some of the richest young men in Newcastle are wearing shirts calling on the poorest to go to a legal loan shark.”

Big brands in football Atletico Madrid has taken sponsorship to a new level, having a country sponsor their shirts. The sponsorship is due to run until the end of the 2015-16 season.

Who are the big brands in football?

Big brands in football Major League Soccer has also seen a rise in shirt sponsorship income — Los Angeles Galaxy signed a record deal with Herbalife that will last until 2022, valued at over $44m. Azerbaijan also sponsors second-tier English club Sheffield Wednesday.

Who are the big brands in football?

Big brands in football Chevrolet’s partnership with Manchester United is the most lucrative deal in the English Premier League, worth a reported at $72m.

Who are the big brands in football?

Big brands in football Emirates chose to sponsor the Spanish giants Real Madrid — home to Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo, pictured after winning the FIFA Club World Cup.

Big brands in football Manchester City are sponsored by Etihad Airways who invested in their shirts, stadium, academy and training complex.

Who are the big brands in football?

Who are the big brands in football?

Who are the big brands in football?

Who are the big brands in football?.

Big brands in football Liverpool signed a deal with Standard Chartered bank iworth a reported $30m. Big brands in football Barcelona signed it’s first commercial shirt sponsorship deal with Qatar Airways in 2013, breaking a century long spell of avoiding corporate sponsors

Arsene Wenger condemns Arsenal fans who vandalised White Hart Lane after victory over Tottenham | Football | Sport

Wenger described it as “a little bone bruising on the knee”.

Police have confirmed 10 arrests were made on the night for a variety of offences including criminal damage and both clubs continue to work with them to identify individuals involved using the stadium’s CCTV footage.

“One of the advantages maybe of not speaking much English is that he doesn’t understand that much about what’s going on,” said Wenger.

Arsenal await the outcome of an independent regulatory commission hearing into Gabriel Paulista’s Football Association charge for improper conduct today after his red card in last weekend’s 2-0 defeat at Chelsea was rescinded.

Arsenal fans trash White Hart Lane

Gabriel was initially sent off for clashing with Diego Costa – who escaped with a yellow card on the day but has since been retrospectively banned for three matches pending an appeal – and Wenger admits the Brazilian’s lack of English has insulated him from the ongoing controversy.

“[If he is cleared] he will [be ready to play]. I don’t really know what happened but we are at the disposal of the authorities to help them to sort it out.. You want support but a controlled support. We don’t want any violence. We want commitment but a controlled commitment and discipline as a club.”

The Gunners’ Capital One Cup third round victory over Tottenham was overshadowed by ugly scenes after the final whistle in which away supporters appeared to tear down hoardings emblazoned with pro-Spurs slogans.

Arsene Wenger has condemned the Arsenal supporters accused of vandalising White Hart Lane at Wednesday’s North London derby.

Wenger also revealed Jack Wilshere has successfully undergone an operation on a hairline fracture on his left leg, with the Arsenal manager predicting his return to action in “December, Christmas”.

Francis Coquelin will have a scan today on a knee problem and will miss tomorrow’s encounter at the King Power Stadium but the club insist he has not suffered a serious injury. Mentally, I have looked at him and he was sorry for what happened, and very disappointed but he is a fighter and his attitude in training the whole week was completely focused and motivated.”

And speaking ahead of tomorrow’s Premier League trip to Leicester, Wenger told Standard Sport: “We cooperate completely with the authorities to sort that out.

“It’s the same with us on the pitch

Drama Across Seven European Nations in 2012

Younes Belhanda, Player of the Month recipient in November 2011, finished with 12 goals for the club and would win Frances Young Player of the Year. Montpellier went about their business throughout the season and did at home. It previously hosted matches at the 1998 World Cup and Stade de las Mosson saw Montpellier achieve 1-0 victories over Lille, Lyon and Marseille during the season. In the 1980s and 1990s, Montpellier boasted notable names in soccer: Roger Milla, Eric Cantona, Carlos Valderrama, Laurent Blanc and Aime Jacquet, manager of Frances 1998 World Cup squad. Belhanda’s signature moment came on Apr. 27, 2012, when his third-minute was the only goal of the game at Toulouse.

Two days later, PSG lost 2-1 at Lille and Montpellier had control of its destiny. A 3-0 home loss to PSG on Sept. Giroud finished as co-leader in scoring with 21 goals. 24, 2011, proved to be the only loss for Montpellier at home that season. Blanc and Cantona were on Montpelliers 1990 Coupe de France Final, which was the clubs last major tournament.. The club also won a 5-3 match against Dijon FCO in which Oliver Giroud, who scored one of his two hat-tricks that season (the other came a month later at Sochaux).

Before France’s 2011-12 Ligue One season, most people picked Paris Saint-Germain to win the league title. In the 2010-11 season, Montpellier accumulated the worst disciplinary record among the 20 Ligue 1 teams as the club was looking to revive its heyday a quarter century earlier. The club also acquired Thiago Motta during the winter transfer window.

However, Montpellier finished the season with three straight wins, the last coming at Stade de l’Abbe-Deschamps. John Utaka scored both goals against Auxerre to give Montpellier won 2-1 and its maiden Ligue One title.

Montpellier amassed 50 points at home, the most by a Ligue One club in 19 years.

Instead, Ligue One saw a different champion for the fifth consecutive season. That power was almost lost, however, after a 2-2 draw at home against Evian, which saw an ugly fight as Belhanda one of four players shown a red card late in the match.

However, despite modest ambitions. The club acquired many players, including Blaise Matuidi, Mohamed Sissoko and Javier Pastore before the season