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Robin Bairner
Freelance sports writer , , and plenty others. Tweeting mostly French and Scottish football. DMs open.
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Robin Bairner 3h
Buzzing to get this in the mail this morning.
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Robin Bairner 3h
Replying to @iBablo
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Robin Bairner 16h
🇹🇷 Yazici is definitely back. Completes his hat-trick after a dreadful defensive error. Has looked really sharp tonight. 4-1 Lille now.
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Robin Bairner 16h
It was pretty obvious at Saint-Etienne he had star potential. Fair play to Leicester for having the balls to meet their asking price, though.
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Robin Bairner 16h
After another couple of shocking misses tonight, it's starting to feel like Jonathan David is never going to score again.
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Robin Bairner 16h
🇹🇷 Yusuf Yazici's return to form for Lille continues as he batters a stunning left-footed shot into the corner to give his side the lead against 10-man opponents.
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Robin Bairner 17h
Replying to @owenhargo
Favre left Nice when they were the third best team in Ligue 1 with just a fraction of the resources that Vieira has had - so no, it's not a joke.
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Robin Bairner 17h
Lille have had three massive chances to open the scoring against Sparta Prague in the first 80 seconds. Jonathan David missing the best of those.
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Robin Bairner 17h
Ahead of the opening group match against , AC Milan defender Simon Kjaer defender says his side are aiming for domestic and European success this season
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Robin Bairner 17h
Bayer Leverkusen 6-2 Nice. Just imagine if what Lucien Favre could do with this team and look what's happening to it with Patrick Vieira.
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Robin Bairner 17h
Kemar Roofe has just scored the Europa League goal of the season for , firing over the keeper from inside his own half.
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Lars Hendel 20h
's Simon Kjær before clash: "We always enter any game to win it and now when we enter the , our goal must be to win the trophy.” : "I see no reason why we should not aim for the top of ." Top5 league XI:
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Robin Bairner Oct 21
Olympiacos get what they deserve as Hassan heads home in the first minute of stoppage time. The player to make the decisive cross? Mathieu Valbuena. Of course. 1-0
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Robin Bairner Oct 21
Mathieu Valbuena has been brilliant for Olympiacos. If his quality was matched by El Arabi in attack, OM could have been looking at a comfortable loss.
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Robin Bairner Oct 21
Marseille with a huge let off as Olympiacos have a goal ruled out for an offside that wasn't evident on first viewing.
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Robin Bairner Oct 21
Dario Benedetto does extremely well to get beyond Ba and clear on goal but is whistled for a foul. An appalling decision - if anything he was being fouled. This is precisely the type of thing VAR should prevent.
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Robin Bairner Oct 21
Yann M'Vila nearly scored an absolute worldy for Olympiacos against Marseille. Really. A volley from the edge of the box from a cross that flew about six inches over the top corner.
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Robin Bairner Oct 21
Suddenly PSG not looking so bad after all...
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🎙⚽️ The Round Table (Football Index Podcast) Oct 21
🇪🇺 Our league experts are back in December! 🇫🇷 7th Dec - from 🇪🇸 14th Dec - editor 🇮🇹 21st Dec - from Curva e Calcio 🇩🇪 28th Dec - a contributor to Can’t wait for these!
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Goal News Oct 21
It was NOT a good night for PSG 😨 What is next for last season's Champions League runners-up? ✍️
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