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Make like Charlie Sheen and start winning (for people who have no clue what I'm talking about check this site out). Since there are games to watch this week, lets get to it!

Team News

-FINALLY A GAME. TWO GAMES. Spurs will be visiting Wolves this Sunday (3/6). Kickoff is at 11 am ET. Then on Wednesday (3/9) we'll be hosting the return leg of Champions League round with AC Milan. Kickoff is 2:45 pm ET. 

-Welsh Jesus now seems questionable against Milan despite loads of other reports saying he's starting on Wednesday. Hopefully he can at least give us some minutes in the game. 

-After picking up a knock on his ankle, Jermain Defoe is back to training after X-rays came back negative. 

-West Ham's bid for Olympic Stadium is officially approved by government officials. 

Fodder for the Summer Transfer Window

-It's already been documented that Manchester City right-back Micah Richards appears destined for White Hart Lane this summer, but there's another defender popping up in the rumors section: 19-year-old Istres defender Florian Lejeune. Anyone know anything about him?

-Since the rumor mills know we desperately need a striker, we're linked to loads of people like this German. I'm a big fan of his, so if everything came true I'd be excited.

-Paul Robinson?!?!?!?!

Around the league

-Man City's Kolo Toure tested positive on a recent drug test and now faces a two year ban. 

-Since we all like playing FIFA 11 and Football Manager here, how would you play against Barcelona? Arsenal's Samir Nasri has it all figured out, saying that pressing Barca makes them uncomfortable and also adding their fitness isn't great because they give up late goals in games. Do you agree with Nasri's scouting report? How would you attack Barca?