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Chelsea Kick Off F1 Sponsorship Deal

 

The European Champions League holders and Sauber launched the innovative partnership in April to cross-promote their brands in order to increase global awareness.

But the pioneering arrangement between arguably the world’s two flashiest sports will now move a significant step forward with a commercial sponsor for the first time putting its name to both entities.

Speaking here, Gourlay said: “The first commercial joint venture will be announced in two months’ time.

“You are going to see some results of the partnership very, very soon.

“It’ll give us the foundation and platform to build.”

“They are all into racing so if you are going to pick another sport, Formula One is the one,” he explained.

“Neither of us wants this to be a failure.

“We have not just jumped into it; we have entered into a long-term project.

“When we deliver one or two [joint] sponsors, other clubs will see why we did it.

“It’s wider than just commercial.

“We both want to be winners in our field and have the same values.

“Through our relationship with Sauber, we can go into 19 different markets in one season.

“It’s about reach and building our fan base on a global basis.”

Sergio „Checo” Pérez introduces his team – Sauber F1 Team

via http://www.insideworldfootball.biz

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Joey Barton goal from corner – VS Mönchengladbach Euro league.


Ajax Amsterdam vs. Manchester City 3:1 – Hooligan Fights

 

 

Twenty-five people were arrested after fights in the red light area of Amsterdam ahead of a Champions League game between Ajax and Manchester City.

Amsterdam Police said trouble broke out at about 17:00 local time (16:00BST), with arrests made for “public violence” offences.

The majority of those arrested are believed to be local. The number of Manchester City fans held is not known.

Speaking to Five Live, before the full number of arrests were known, Marjolein Koek of the Amsterdam Police said there had been no injuries.


Roy Carroll Gets Dream Return

Roy Carroll returns to England tonight for the first time since his £80,000 move to  Greek Superleague champions Olympiacos. Carroll whose previous clubs include Man Utd, West Ham, and Derby spoke of his dream to play in the Europa league and Champions League after his move in January. “I’m really looking forward to the Europa League games and my own comeback to European competition.

” “I’m hoping that next year we will be playing in the Champions League, because everybody wants to play at the top-level. In order to be able to do so, however, we must first win the championship.”

Olympiacos lost their opener at home to Schalke and Wenger knows tonight’s clash at the Emirates provides a chance to take a stranglehold on the group.

Olympiacos will be hoping to turn around lasts years Champions league game against the Gunners which saw Oxlade-Chamberlain on the score sheet in a 2-0 win. Arsenal will meet the greek side again on December the 4th. Carroll who will be hoping for a clean sheet tonight got his career off to a great start at the Greek champions.

His first appearance was against Rubin Kazanin Moscow in the first match for the round of 32, in the Europa League, coming on as a late substitute after Balázs Megyeri conceded a penalty and was given a red card. Carroll saved the penalty with the first touch of his Olympiacos career and his team went on to win 0–1. He then proceeded to legendary status among the fans, after producing a string of saves in the return leg whilst carrying a visible hamstring injury.

Arsenal should have no problems overcoming the Greek champions tonight with Olympiacos having to do without key players through injury including talisman Rafik Djebbour.

The Algeria international was rested for Saturday’s 1-0 league win at Atromitos but has failed to recover from a thigh injury in time for the match.

Djebbour is joined on the sidelines by Ljubomir Fejsa, Vassilis Torossidis and Tassos Papazoglou, while Francois Modesto faces a late fitness test.


Tonight’s Football Fixtures + TV Coverage / Streams

Wednesday 03rd October 2012
Champions League Group A
Dynamo Kiev  v  Dinamo Zagreb 19:45
                                        (SkySports Red Button)
FC Porto  v  Paris St Germain 19:45
                                         (SkySports Red Button)
Champions League Group B
Arsenal  v  Olympiakos FC 19:45
                                                SkySports 4
Schalke  v  Montpellier 19:45
                                         (SkySports Red Button)
Champions League Group C
Zenit St. Petersburg  v  AC Milan      Skysports 4 17:00
Anderlecht  v  Malaga 19:45
                                        (SkySports Red Button)
Champions League Group D
Ajax  v  Real Madrid 19:45
                                        (SkySports Red Button)
Manchester City  v  Borussia Dortmund  19:45
                                                (Skysports 2)
Championship
Middlesbrough  v Derby County 19:45
Nottingham Forest  v Blackburn Rovers 19:45
League 2
Bristol Rovers  v Cheltenham Town 19:45

Tonight’s internet streams here


Tonight’s football Fixtures 02/10 + TV Coverage

Tuesday 2nd October 2012

 
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE – GROUP G
Spartak Moscow CelticSky Sports Red Button 17:00  
BATE Borisov Bayern MunichSky Sports Red Button 19:45
Benfica BarcelonaSky Sports 4  /  Sky Sports 4 HD 19:45
CFR Cluj-Napoca Man UtdTV1  /  ITV1 HD 19:45  
FC Nordsjaelland ChelseaSky Sports 2  /  Sky Sports 2 HD 19:45  
GalatasarayvBragaSky Sports Red Button 19:45
JuventusvShakhtar DonetskSky Sports Red Button 19:45
ValenciavLilleSky Sports Red Button 19:45

Internet Streams for Champions League Here 

 
NPOWER CHAMPIONSHIP
Barnsley Peterborough 19:45
Brighton Ipswich 19:45
Bristol City Millwall 19:45
Burnley Sheff Wed 19:45
Cardiff Birmingham 19:45
Charlton Watford 19:45
Huddersfield Leicester 19:45
Hull Blackpool 19:45
Wolves Crystal Palace 19:45
Bolton Leeds United 20:00
 
NPOWER LEAGUE ONE
Bentford Shrewsbury 19:45
Bury Carlisle 19:45
Coventry MK Dons 19:45
Crawley Bournemouth 19:45
Crewe Oldham 19:45
Doncaster Preston 19:45
Hartlepool Sheff Utd 19:45
Notts County Stevenage 19:45
ScunthorpevTranmere 19:45
Swindon Colchester 19:45
Walsall Leyton Orient 19:45
Yeovil Portsmouth 19:45
 
NPOWER LEAGUE TWO
Accrington Rotherham 19:45
Morecambe Chesterfield 19:45
Northampton Gillingham 19:45
Oxford Utd Wimbledon 19:45
Port Vale Dag & Red 19:45
Rochdale Bradford 19:45
Southend Burton Albion 19:45
Torquay Aldershot 19:45
Wycombe Plymouth 19:45
York Fleetwood 19:45
Barnet Exeter 20:00

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