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Bastien Schweinsteiger has admitted he could leave Bayern Munich, alerting a host of clubs to the possibility of signing him. The World Cup winner, who has spent his entire career at Bayern, is out of contract at the end of next season and for the first time his open to the possibility of moving abroad, the Spanish press suggest while quoting Schweinsteiger’s yet-to-be-published autobiography.
Chelsea and Manchester United have been admirers of Schweinsteiger for some time and both clubs have attempted to sign him and recent suitors include PSG, Real Madrid, Manchester City and Barcelona. Bastien Schweinsteiger has won 7 Bundesliga titles and one Champions League at Bayern Munich and won the World Cup for Germany last summer. This program provides a once in a life time experience in Madrid, home of one of the world’s greatest professional soccer clubs ever – REAL MADRID CF. In Madrid you will enjoy “futbol” in one of the most prestigious stadiums on earth, the world renowned Santiago Bernabeu (REAL MADRID CF’s home field). During your stay in Madrid you will have the opportunity to live and train and at the Spanish National Soccer Team Complex (subject to availability – we offer a wide range of top notch hotels as well). Light afternoon training session and enjoy free time to relax and adjust from the long journey. Cultural visit to the world heritage city of Toledo with free time to enjoy the city on your own and shopping. Attend a professional first team training session (subject to head coach’s discretion) or morning soccer training session. Visit the wall city of Avila and famous aqueduct city of Segovia or soccer training session.
Rest of the day free to enjoy the city on your own and attend a professional soccer game (depends on time of the year). Appropriate attire for service projects– students should be wearing Bermuda or basketball length shorts or pants.
On behalf of our son Hernan (Nanu) we would like to express our gratitude to you, because you went above and beyond when hurricane Irene caused the cancelation of the flights, keeping our kids from coming back home on time.
The Premier League is bracing itself for what could be one of the most thrilling top four races ever seen.
It would take a brave man to bet against Chelsea and Manchester City occupying the top two slots come MaySOUTHAMPTONA They wona€™t go away will they?

MANCHESTER UNITEDA When the long-ball king calls you a long-ball team, he must be listened to. The fitness of Michael Carrick (second left) is key to United's hopes of a top-four finishSPURSA In the next five weeks Spurs go to Liverpool and Manchester United and those results could well determine whether they make it or not. But World Cup-winner Per Mertesacker has not covered himself in glory with the Gunners leaking goalsLIVERPOOLA Have they left it too late? Philippe Coutinho is also a key component of Brendan Rodgers' side as they chase the Champions LeagueIta€™s a tight contest, and ita€™s going to be very exciting, but Ia€™m going to go for Arsenal and Manchester United to fill those top four spots. There is no suggestion Bayern will be selling the 30-year old, but it appears he is closer thane ever before to leaving the five time European Champions. He is perhaps best remembered by Chelsea fans for missing the penultimate penalty int he 2012 Champions League final. With Sam Allardyce seemingly ruling West Ham out, it leaves five clubs chasing two remaining Champions League spots, and even then the threat of Europa League or Champions League winners breaking hearts to add further confusion.So who will seal those top four spots?Leta€™s work on the basis that Chelsea and Manchester City will finish in the top two. But Allardyce was merely furthering his claims to be the next Real Madrid manager by trying to belittle Louis van Gaal. They have match-winners in Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen who have proven already this season they can deliver in the big games and when under pressure. Any side that relies on Per Mertesacker is asking for trouble, and when Laurent Koscielny defends like he did at White Hart Lane at the weekend, there is no hope. T-shirts should cover the chest and shoulders- nothing too low cut, and no undergarments should ever be showing.Appropriate attire for touring– students will be visiting temples and museums throughout their program. Of course nothing is guaranteed at this stage, but it would take a brave person to bet against that happening.
Theya€™ve been unlucky to lose Jay Rodriguez for so long and Ia€™m hoping he comes back as fit and strong as he was before his injury, but two things could prove to be Southamptona€™s undoing: firstly, Graziano Pellea€™s goals are drying up.
Their weaknesses are obvious a€“ theya€™ve combined being the lowest scorers in the current top six with being the side which has conceded most. Hector Bellerin can score a worldy against Aston Villa, but struggles to convince when up against a side playing well. Raheem Sterling and Philippe Coutinho picked up knocks against Everton and if either of those two are out for any length of time that could kill off the Redsa€™ top four dreams.

Hea€™s scored two in 15 Premier League appearances a€“ it had been six in nine before that. They give away some silly goals a€“ Danny Rose and Kyle Walker were both at fault for the Arsenal goal on Saturday. Francis Coquelin, Nacho Monreal, Tomas Rosicky and others are all over-praised by Arsenal fans in the rather embarrassing hope they will convince themselves these players are truly going to be regulars in a side that will push to win the Premier League title. The other concern is that Saints have to go to both Chelsea and Manchester City in the run-in.
Without ever really hitting the stride for the full 90 minutes in any game this season, Manchester United have somehow worked the way up from seventh place oblivion to the top four, albeit a precarious position there. Therea€™s nothing stopping Spurs, apart from that unshakeable belief that they simply wona€™t do it, just like most seasons. Before the round of midweek games Liverpool sit six points behind third-placed Southampton with a far inferior goal difference. They host Manchester City then go to Chelsea in back-to-back games in the middle of April before a run of five games to end the season where they face four sides currently in the bottom half of the table. With the exception of a trip to Old Trafford in the middle of May all their tougher opponents have to come to the Emirates, and Theo Walcott is back and makes a huge difference to how they play. Brendan Rodgersa€™ reliance on youth is admirable, with Jordon Ibe an exciting new addition to the side. The big clash in that final stretch is at home to Arsenal in the penultimate game, and that could almost be a play-off for a top four place. But can that youth sustain the quality needed in the big pressure games in the run-in when they go to Southampton, Arsenal and Chelsea?
The big obstacle for United is that theya€™re struggling to play fluent football, they have a heavy reliance on their goalkeeper, and without Michael Carrick they look less likely to win games. And dona€™t forget their final game is at Stoke, where they have won only once since Stoke were promoted to the Premier League in 2008.

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