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Author: Mike Hammond
ISBN: 1847322204
Language: English
Pages: 1072 pages
Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd (October 6, 2008)
Rating: 4.2
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2008–09 in European association football leagues‎ (22 C, 66 P. 2007–09 International Challenge Trophy. 2009 Commonwealth of Independent States Cup.

2008–09 in European association football leagues‎ (22 C, 66 P). U. 2009 UEFA European Under-17 Championship‎ (4 P). 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championship‎ (1 C, 3 P). 2009 UEFA European Under-19 Championship‎ (4 P). W. 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA)‎ (12 P. K. 2009 Kazakhstan President Cup (football). L. 2009 Legends Cup. Q.

Compiled and produced under the auspices of UEFA – the Union of European Football Associations – "The European Football Yearbook 2008-09" contains information on every major match played across the continent in the 2007-08 season at club and international level, right up to the end of June. A statistician's dream, with full details of every European league's premier division – with each club's individual results listed – the numbers are complemented by a seasonal perspective of football in each country.

UEFA’s 2008/09 figures should not be compared directly with those of 2007/08, as last year was significantly marked by the EURO 2008 final round that took place in Austria and Switzerland. Fully consolidated figures published for 2008/09

UEFA’s 2008/09 figures should not be compared directly with those of 2007/08, as last year was significantly marked by the EURO 2008 final round that took place in Austria and Switzerland. Fully consolidated figures published for 2008/09

by Mike Hammond · data of the paperback book European Football Yearbook. Know the Score Books · 2008.

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Reading Football Club played the 2008–09 season in the Football League Championship, having been relegated on the final day of the 2007–08 Premier League season. Despite a strong start to the season, especially at home, Reading were unable to secure promotion at the first attempt; a poor run of form in 2009 saw Reading win just 5 of their last 17 league games, the Royals finishing 4th in the league. Last updated: 26 April 2011 Source: Competitions. Main article: Football League Championship 2008-09.

2008 Yearbook" Volume Issue 1 18 Date Released August 12, 2008 Interviewed Rebecca Mader Jeff Fahey Emilie de Ravin Michael Emerson Josh Holloway Kevin Durand . Lost Magazine issues.

2008 Yearbook" Volume Issue 1 18 Date Released August 12, 2008 Interviewed Rebecca Mader Jeff Fahey Emilie de Ravin Michael Emerson Josh Holloway Kevin Durand Pages 98 "2008 Yearbook" is the eighteenth issue of the first volume of Lost: The Official Magazine  .

A wonderful overview of tactical development in European football’ Matthew Syed, The Times‘A fascinating assessment . Continental football has always cast a spell over the imagination.

A wonderful overview of tactical development in European football’ Matthew Syed, The Times‘A fascinating assessment of football in 2019’ ObserverAn. From the attacking flair of Real Madrid of the 50s to the defensive brilliance of the Italians in the 60s and onto the total football of the Dutch in the 70s, the European leagues have been where the game has most evolved and taken its biggest steps forward.

2008–09 Liverpool . The 2008–09 season was the 117th season of competitive football played by Liverpool. It began on 1 July 2008 and concluded on 20 June 2009, with competitive matches played between August and May. Liverpool finished the previous season in fourth place behind Manchester United and Chelsea and Arsenal. The club ended the campaign in second place, four points behind Manchester United, with a record of 25 wins, 11 draws and 2 losses.

Compiled and produced under the auspices of UEFA - the Union of European Football Associations - "The European Football Yearbook 2008-09" contains information on every major match played across the continent in the 2007-08 season at club and international level, right up to the end of June. A statistician's dream, with full details of every European league's premier division - with each club's individual results listed - the numbers are complemented by a seasonal perspective of football in each country. As well as club football, and a foreword by Sir Alex Ferguson, each nation's international progress is also covered, with a list of every player to represent the particular nation and their performance in each game.