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  • Photo of Premier League GW9 Preview

    Premier League GW9 Preview

    Tottenham Hotspur – Liverpool Spurs are the only Premier League team not to have lost since the opening weekend (W3 D4). Liverpool have won five successive league games against Spurs for the first time since 1976; this is the 145th league clash between the sides but neither has ever won six in a row. The last time Spurs lost six…

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  • Photo of Klopp for the Kop! 

    Klopp for the Kop! 

      [tps_header]Jurgen Klopp has arrived at Anfield. It’s official. Even though it wasn’t much of a secret from the outset, I’m glad it was all done swiftly. The pressure will be on him to take Liverpool to glory and also to prove to the world that his success at Dortmund wasn’t a fluke. He’ll understandably have the hunger and desire…

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  • Photo of Arsenal 3-0 Man United Analysis

    Arsenal 3-0 Man United Analysis

    Mouthwatering fixtures were scheduled for Sunday, October 04 as this season’s first Merseyside Derby ended in a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park. The match which followed the Merseyside Derby ended very, very surprisingly. Arsenal v Manchester United was the game which followed the Merseyside Derby this past Sunday. The visitors were easily and comfortably beaten 3-0 by Arsene Wenger’s men.…

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  • Photo of Round 8 of the Barclays Premier League (Sunday)

    Round 8 of the Barclays Premier League (Sunday)

    Round 8 of the Barclays Premier League kicked off on Saturday, 03 October with seven cracking matches which included a couple of surprising results. 23 goals were scored in these seven fixtures. Three games were scheduled for Sunday, 04 October, and all three were must watch games. Super Sunday kicked off with the Merseyside Derby, followed by Arsenal against Manchester…

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  • Photo of Round 8 of the Barclays Premier League (Saturday)

    Round 8 of the Barclays Premier League (Saturday)

    Round 8 of the Barclays Premier League kicked off on Saturday, 03 October with seven cracking matches which included a couple of surprising results. 23 goals were scored in these seven fixtures. The action started off with Crystal Palace beating West Brom comfortably at home. Two newcomers went head to head as Watford were held to a draw for the…

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  • Photo of The Barcelona We’re Not Used To 

    The Barcelona We’re Not Used To 

      I’m not trying to portray that Barcelona have had a disastrous start to the campaign, because they haven’t. They are just a point off the top of the table and the Champions league has only just started. So nothing is terribly wrong with the results. But if you take a closer look at their performances, something looks missing. Like…

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  • Photo of Premier League 2015-16 Sunday Preview

    Premier League 2015-16 Sunday Preview

      Everton – Liverpool Everton have gone nine league games without a victory against their neighbours Liverpool. They’ve not gone 10 games without a victory against the Reds since 1984 (a run of 11 games). Liverpool have lost just one of their last eight Premier League games at Goodison Park, losing 2-0 in October 2010. The last three have ended…

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  • Photo of Round Two – UEFA Champions League Review (E-H)

    Round Two – UEFA Champions League Review (E-H)

    GROUP E BARCELONA  2 – 1  BAYER   LEVERKUSEN Venue – Camp Nou. Referee – Martin Atkinson (ENG). Starting Eleven BAR – Ter Stegen; Alves, Pique, Mascherano, Mathieu; Busquets, Iniesta, Rakitic; Ramirez, Neymar, Suarez. BENCH – Masip, Bartra, Douglas, Alba, Roberto, Munir, Gumbau. LEV – Leno; Donati, Tah, Papadopoulos, Wendell; Bender, Kramer; Kampl, Calhanoglu, Bellarabi; Hernandez. BENCH – Kresic, Ramalho,…

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  • Photo of Round Two – UEFA Champions League Review (A-D)

    Round Two – UEFA Champions League Review (A-D)

    GROUP A MALMO FF  0 – 2  REAL MADRID Venue – Swedbank Stadion. Referee – Cuneyt Cakir (TUR). Starting Eleven MAL – Willand; Tinnerholm, Arnason, Bengtsson, Yotun; Rodic, Lewicki, Adu, Berget; Djurdjic, Rosenberg. BENCH – Vindheim, Mehmeti, Rakip, Carvalho, Andersson, Eikrem, Sana. RMA – Navas; Carvajal, Nacho, Varane, Arbeloa; Kovacic, Casemiro, Kroos; Isco, Benzema, Ronaldo. BENCH – Casilla, Mayoral, Cheryshev,…

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  • Photo of Derby Day! Arsenal vs Manchester United

    Derby Day! Arsenal vs Manchester United

      Arsenal vs Manchester United. Been looking forward to this fixture all week, with excitement and a hint of nervousness. Two of the best sides in the league. With Manutd on top and Arsenal just 3 points off them, the gunners will surely look to make the most of this opportunity and go level on points with United. Will they…

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  • Photo of England’s Struggle In Europe

    England’s Struggle In Europe

    With 2 match days over, none of the 4 English teams have got off to a perfect start. United lost away to PSV, Chelsea lost in Portugal, City was beaten at home by a not-so-confident Juve side and Arsenal got outwitted and outfought by the 2 teams that were considered ‘easy’ when the draw was concluded. The days when LFC…

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  • Photo of Brendan Rodgers – The Bad 

    Brendan Rodgers – The Bad 

    Brendan Rodgers came to Liverpool in 2012 after building a reputation for himself during his 2 year tenure at Swansea. Amidst all the uncertainty surrounding his future, we take a look at the bad of his reign in the red half of Merseyside. The Bad Descent into Mediocrity. After a spectacular 2nd season, BR has failed equally spectacularly to live…

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  • Photo of Brendan Rodgers – The Good.

    Brendan Rodgers – The Good.

    Brendan Rodgers came to Liverpool in 2012 after building a reputation for himself during his 2 year tenure at Swansea. Amidst all the uncertainty surrounding his future, we take a look at the good side of his reign in the red half of Merseyside. Steadied the ship. I’m going to give him that one. Despite the fact that LFC won…

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  • Photo of Midweek Roundup from Germany and Italy (Serie A and Bundesliga)

    Midweek Roundup from Germany and Italy (Serie A and Bundesliga)

    [tps_header]Midweek roundup from Germany and Italy[/tps_header] [tps_title]Udinese 2-3 Milan[/tps_title] 5′ Balotelli (Mil) 10′ Bonaventura (Mil) 46′ Zapata (Mil) 51′ Emanuel Badu (Udn) 58′ Duvan Zapata (Udn) Poor 2nd half from Milan after going 3 nil up in the 1st half. After conceding twice within 15 mins in the 2nd half, it seemed more like they were hoping to ride their…

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  • Photo of The Red that Killed the Derby: Arsenal vs Chelsea

    The Red that Killed the Derby: Arsenal vs Chelsea

    Football is an emotional game. And when the emotions are so high, objectivity is hard to come by. Every football fan feels obligated to defend his club and players during a controversy, even though they might be the guilty party. One such controversy broke out at weekend. The Koscielny-Costa-Gabriel incident. Being an Arsenal fan, I might not be the best…

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  • Photo of 5 Reasons why Benitez could click at Madrid

    5 Reasons why Benitez could click at Madrid

    In my last piece I said replacing Ancelloti with Benitez was a big mistake, and I do believe that. I think Ancelloti is manager of a different class altogether. But there are however, certain qualities in Benitez and R.Madrid, that make them compatible. A match that could work well and make me eat my words. Tactical Astuteness When it comes…

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  • Photo of Liverpool vs Norwich City Preview

    Liverpool vs Norwich City Preview

    After a disappointing result against Bordeaux in Europa League, Liverpool now face Norwich City at Anfield. This game’s result will affect not just the table but so many things. Liverpool Liverpool started the season well with seven points out of nine in the first three games. Two consecutive losses after that & #KloppToTheKop started trending. Football’s a funny game &…

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  • Photo of 5 Worst Blunders by Florentino Perez

    5 Worst Blunders by Florentino Perez

    Florentino Perez is perhaps one of the most widely talked about presidents in world football. In charge of all ins and outs of one of the most decorated clubs in the world, he is expected to take some big decisions season in-season out. Under his presidency, Madrid have won everything there is to win in European football, yet he cannot…

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  • Photo of UEFA Champions League Review (E-H)

    UEFA Champions League Review (E-H)

    The European club action kicked off on Tuesday night, as the UEFA Champions League 2015/16 was underway. The giants have their eyes set on lifting the trophy in Milan. For the rest, it is just thrilling football action at the grandest level, on the road to Milan, as they faced some of the greatest clubs in Europe. The first set…

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  • Photo of 3 Liverpool Players Who Need to Start Tonight & Prove their Worth

    3 Liverpool Players Who Need to Start Tonight & Prove their Worth

    After last week’s thrashing handed by Man Utd, LFC need to buck up big time & it’s now or never. Finals are a long way to go, but Liverpool should take this competition seriously & prove their willingness to win some silverware for the supporters & themselves. It’s that game where some positions are up for grabs & there will…

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  • Photo of Manchester United vs Liverpool Preview: 3 Aspects of the Match Today

    Manchester United vs Liverpool Preview: 3 Aspects of the Match Today

    The biggest game in England. Daddy of all derbies is back. As Manchester United go head to head with Liverpool, I try to discuss 3 aspects of the game that will decide the winner. Is Wayne Rooney going to start? Manchester United’s captain Wayne Rooney will undergo a late fitness test as Louis Van Gaal told the reporters on Friday.…

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  • Photo of Top 6 memorable Kolkata Derbies

    Top 6 memorable Kolkata Derbies

    Kolkata-the city of joy is famous for mostly 5 things, Durga puja, Delicious ‘Maachher Jhol Bhaat’(Fish curry and rice), ‘Rasogolla and Mishti Doi’ (Sweet Deserts), Howrah bridge and love for football. Kolkata, known as the “mecca” of football in India, is famous for its passion and fan following for two neighboring, yet viciously rival clubs, East Bengal FC and Mohun Bagan…

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  • Photo of Round Four – Premier League Review (Sunday)

    Round Four – Premier League Review (Sunday)

    Sixteen goals were scored on Saturday in the Premier League. Another six were scored on Sunday in the two games that took place. We had already seen five red cards on Saturday, and we saw one more on Sunday. The unpredictable Premier League action continues as we head into the final fixtures before the International Break. Southampton   3  –  0…

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  • Photo of Round Four – Premier League Review (Saturday)

    Round Four – Premier League Review (Saturday)

    Eight games took place on Saturday, as we saw a total of 16 goals scored. The Premier League Red Card Tally, was doubled in a single day, as 5 red cards were shown. Three games ended in draws and only one of them ended goalless. Newcastle United   0  –  1   Arsenal Venue – St. James’ Park. Newcastle came into this…

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  • Photo of Enrique’s Barcelona: A Quick Review

    Enrique’s Barcelona: A Quick Review

    Up until last year, the team has been deprived of a stable management, but now under Luis Enrique’s sturdy leadership, the team has improved visibly this year. Enrique has played smart and without changing Pep Guardiola’s method, he has modified it to the team’s strengths. After Guardiola he’s the first manager who’s working on the team’s pressing tactics. Known for…

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  • Photo of FC Barcelona v/s Athletic Bilbao: How it All Played Out!

    FC Barcelona v/s Athletic Bilbao: How it All Played Out!

    It was the third time Barca was facing Athletic Club this season. Losing the Spanish Super Cup to Athletic Club was enough for Enrique and his Barcelona side to come prepared for the match at San Mames. It was expected that Barca would be a little sharp from the beginning against Bilbao, but the start from both sides was quite…

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  • Photo of Premier League Third Round Review (Sunday)

    Premier League Third Round Review (Sunday)

    3 Premier League games kicked off on Sunday and a big game on Monday. 7 goals were added to the goal tally of 16 this weekend, taking the weekend total to 23 goals. Two games ended in a goal-less draw which means this weekend has seen the most scoreless draws this season, so far. West Bromwich Albion   2  –  3…

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    Premier League Third Round Review

    The third week of exciting and unpredictable Premier League action saw six games kick-off on Saturday. Four out of the six games ended in draws. A total of 16 goals were scored, with just one game ending in a goal-less draw.  Manchester United   0  –  0   Newcastle United Venue – Old Trafford. Manchester United came into this fixture after a…

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  • Photo of Dream a Little Dream: 90+1

    Dream a Little Dream: 90+1

    I stood there till the game got over.This was like having the ‘best seat in the house’ where I could actually hear what the manager  was saying,what the players were doing and what did the managers talk about during the games.It was fantastic.I had always mimicked the manager’s pep talk at half time/full time whenever I played football manager and…

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  • Photo of Why Serie A might Turn Out to be the League to Watch this Season?

    Why Serie A might Turn Out to be the League to Watch this Season?

    All empires fall, eventually. The Romans, the Ottomans, the Mughals, all had their heyday, and then eventually bit the dust. But can an empire rise again, like the clichéd phoenix from the ashes? Followers of Italian football must certainly be hoping so. What was a veritable juggernaut, one of the most prosperous leagues in the world, and that continually attracted…

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  • Photo of Premier League Second Round Review (Sunday)

    Premier League Second Round Review (Sunday)

    After 17 goals on Saturday, the Premier League goal tally rose to 23 after the remaining fixtures of the second round were played on Sunday and Monday. Arsenal went to Crystal Palace and title challengers Manchester City hosted defending champions Chelsea. On Monday, Liverpool hosted Premier League debutants Bournemouth. Crystal Palace   1 – 2   Arsenal Arsene Wenger’s team came into…

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  • Photo of Premier League Second Round Review (Saturday)

    Premier League Second Round Review (Saturday)

    After experiencing a total of 30 goals in the past week, the Premier League was back with a bang. Surprising and shocking results are something that is usually expected in this league. A total of 17 goals were scored in 7 games that took place on Saturday. One of those seven was played on Friday night. Only one game ended…

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  • Photo of Holding On: 90+1

    Holding On: 90+1

    “Hello?” I answered my phone that had gone off 50 times since I left the office building quitting my job so unceremoniously. It was Chandni and she wanted to meet me for some quick coffee. I hadn’t told her of my dramatic exit but now was the time. “Hi!” She exclaimed as she saw me. She looked stunning, as usual.…

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  • Photo of The Premier League Begins – First Round Review, Sunday

    The Premier League Begins – First Round Review, Sunday

    With the passionate football fans around the globe filled with excitement, the 2015/16 Barclays Premier League finally kicked off on Saturday. With new kits, new sponsors, new players, new managers and perhaps some new fans, the first round of entertaining games gave us 30 goals and also some surprising results. But then again, why be surprised? The Premier League was,…

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  • Photo of The Premier League Begins – First Round Review

    The Premier League Begins – First Round Review

    With the passionate football fans around the globe filled with excitement, the 2015/16 Barclays Premier League finally kicked off on Saturday. With new kits, new sponsors, new players, new managers and perhaps some new fans, the first round of entertaining games gave us 27 goals and also some surprising results. But then again, why be surprised? The Premier League was,…

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  • Photo of Alive Again: 90+1

    Alive Again: 90+1

    Ever felt like a complete stranger when you wake up and look yourself in the mirror? I have. I was a stranger to myself every morning, a stranger who succumbed to the high expectations of our ‘society’. The stranger who ran away from reality, the reality being- I didn’t want a nine-to-five job with Saturdays off. I wanted to live…

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  • Photo of Is van Gaal back to his meddling confrontational ways?

    Is van Gaal back to his meddling confrontational ways?

    Sir Alex Ferguson was known for inspiring unspeakable fear in even the most senior members of his squads, and Louis van Gaal, the man many consider his spiritual successor at Old Trafford, seems to be ruling with an iron fist. There is simply no denying that van Gaal has unwavering belief in himself and his ability to an extent bordering…

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  • Photo of 15 Hard-to-Spell Premier League Names of All Time

    15 Hard-to-Spell Premier League Names of All Time

    Bastian Schweinsteiger has joined Manchester United from Bayern Munich. The Red Devils also signed Morgan Schneiderlin from Southampton. Now, as the fans make up their formations, they use the first names of their two latest signings. Why? Because they say their last names are hard to spell. Hard to spell? Their names? Well, let me show you 15 players from…

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  • Photo of 10 Top Players of English Premier League

    10 Top Players of English Premier League

    The English Premier League is one of the world’s most renowned football leagues with all the great players and big clubs compete for the best football team in England. And with so many competitive challenges, we have identified the top 10 players of all time: Roy Keane Keane was a dominating defensive midfielder, noted for his aggressive and highly competitive style…

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    One Last Ride: 90+1

    This is the third chapter in “90+1”, the story of an ordinary guy who wanted to be the Greatest Football Manager ever. To read the first chapter(if you haven’t already, click here, Who I am: First Chapter, 90+1). May-2009 ‘I better use the 4-3-3 Asymmetrical ‘, I said to myself. I had been the manager for Sassuolo for about 7…

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    Top 10 Refrees in Football

      [tps_header]If we talk about football and all the ladies would say 22 guys chasing after 1 ball. But they always miss out the 3 other guys, referee and linesmen. Those 3 other guys are also important in football games. Today we will look at the top 10 of the football referees of all time :[/tps_header] [tps_title]Viktor Kassai[/tps_title] A Hungarian…

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  • Photo of The Last Edition of BARCLAYS Premier League: Great Moments

    The Last Edition of BARCLAYS Premier League: Great Moments

    This is the last time that Barclays will sponsor the Prmeir League. Their contract comes to an end this season. Here are a few moments from Barclays premeir League: Everton v Crystal Palace at Goodison Park. Sunday, April 10, 2005. 73 minutes gone, and Everton were 3-0 up when manager David Moyes decides to throw on youngster James Vaughan. The…

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    Mistakes: 90+1

      This is the second chapter in “90+1”, the story of an ordinary guy who wanted to be the Greatest Football Manager ever. To read the first chapter(if you haven’t already, click here, Who I am: First Chapter, 90+1). Big buildings, flashy lights and busy faces are the characteristics of a ‘mega city’, so when I moved to Mumbai, I…

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  • Photo of The Last Edition of the ‘BARCLAYS’ Premier League: LIVERPOOL

    The Last Edition of the ‘BARCLAYS’ Premier League: LIVERPOOL

    It has been a very memorable journey since Barclays became the official sponsor back in 2004. Let’s go down memory lane and experience one more time some of those shocking, surprising, thrilling, enthralling, exhilarating moments that took place in the most unpredictable and entertaining league in the world. Friday, January 27, 2006. Robbie Fowler returned to Liverpool after 5 years.…

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  • Photo of The Last Edition of the ‘BARCLAYS’ Premier League: CHELSEA Moments

    The Last Edition of the ‘BARCLAYS’ Premier League: CHELSEA Moments

    Now that the facts and stats are done, let’s go down memory lane and experience some of those extraordinary and unforeseen moments during the Barclays Era.   Season 2004/05. Chelsea were the first team to win the Premier League under the sponsorship of Barclays as Jose Mourinho took his side all the way in his first season in charge of…

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  • Photo of The Last Edition of the ‘BARCLAYS’ PREMIER LEAGUE: Manchester United

    The Last Edition of the ‘BARCLAYS’ PREMIER LEAGUE: Manchester United

    Let’s go down memory lane and experience one more time some of those shocking, surprising, thrilling, enthralling, exhilarating moments that took place in the most unpredictable and entertaining league in the world.     Tuesday, August 31, 2004. Deadline Day. Manchester United finally signed 18-year old Wayne Rooney for £25 million from Everton. Many eyebrows were raised as this was…

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  • Photo of Iker Casillas: A Look Back at a Trophy-Laden Career

    Iker Casillas: A Look Back at a Trophy-Laden Career

    Little did the nine-year-old son of a civil servant and a hairdresser know as he entered Real Madrid’s youth system in 1990 that, 25 year on, he would leave the Los Merengues first team as the club’s second-highest all-time appearance maker, winner of five La Liga titles and three UEFA Champions League careers spread over a glorious 16-year career in…

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    THE LAST EDITION OF THE ‘BARCLAYS’ PREMIER LEAGUE: ARSENAL

    The upcoming edition of the Barclays Premier League will be the last under the sponsorship of Barclays. The contract will be over at the end of the 2015/16 season and will not be renewed. It has been a very memorable journey since Barclays became the official sponsor back in 2004. Let’s go down memory lane and experience one more time…

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  • Photo of Bastian Schweinsteiger: The ‘Needed’ One?

    Bastian Schweinsteiger: The ‘Needed’ One?

    How do you know that evolution has taken place in the world of football? There aren’t a lot of statistics about that, but when you go from Anderson to Bastian Schweinsteiger in the midfield of a team, you know you have grown and evolved for good. Of all the players linked with Manchester United this transfer window, Schweinsteiger was the…

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  • Photo of Premier League transfer developments: Delph, Wijnaldum

    Premier League transfer developments: Delph, Wijnaldum

    In a shocking development in Manchester City’s pursuit of £8 million-rated Aston Villa captain Fabian Delph, the 25-year-old England international completed a dramatic u-turn, committing his immediate future to Aston Villa in a statement on the club’s official website. He quashed all rumors surrounding a move, and said: “I’m aware there has been intense media speculation surrounding my future in the…

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  • Photo of Premier League transfer updates: Cabaye, Delph, Ogbonna, Mitrovic

    Premier League transfer updates: Cabaye, Delph, Ogbonna, Mitrovic

    Following a relatively busy 48 hours in the transfer market for a few Premier League sides, we take a look at four high-profile transfers that have either been confirmed, or are a few hours from being given the green light. Yohan Cabaye, Paris Saint-Germain to Crystal Palace (£10 million) In what is arguably the biggest coup of the summer transfer window so far,…

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  • Photo of Van Persie to Fenerbahce: A Done Deal?

    Van Persie to Fenerbahce: A Done Deal?

    In a development that seemingly brings weeks of rumors surrounding his future at Old Trafford to a close, leading British newspapers have reported that Manchester United striker Robin van Persie has agreed terms with Turkish giant Fenerbahce, and will complete a medical and officially join the club by Monday. This will make him the second United player to do so…

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    Who I am: 90+1

    12th October, 2003 “Engineers earn pretty well, you know. Think about it, eh?”  He said slapping my back. “Haanji, Papa. Pa, you know Krish? He went to London this summer and he visited Stamford…”   I tried to reply as enthusiastically as I could but he cut me short, obviously. “Arrey? what football-football you keep doing every day? You solve these…

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  • Photo of 4 Player Signings Ranked this Season So Far

    4 Player Signings Ranked this Season So Far

    As the transfer window opens in a few days, we can expect another summer full of transfer activity and rumours. A hectic period where one transfer can ultimately pave the way for another few transfers to happen. An example of this is when Arsenal sold Gervinho to Roma which led to the Italians selling Erik Lamela to Spurs. This eventually…

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    Goal: #1 Football Quiz

    Football is an incredible game. Sometimes it’s so incredible, it’s unbelievable. Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I assure you, it’s much more serious than that. These two statements by Tom Landry and and  Bill Shankly prove that football is the greatest thing to happen to mankind and its past, present and future are relevant…

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  • Photo of 7 Best Free Football Agents Available Now

    7 Best Free Football Agents Available Now

    In a world where transfer fees have become so inflated, it’s never a bad idea to look for bargains or even free signings who don’t cost a dime. Fortunately for clubs around the world, there are many players without a contract. We take a look at seven of the best ones available right now at the time of writing. Nene…

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    5 Players Who Need to Prove Themselves in 2015-2016

    [tps_header]Last season was a season of testing times for quite a few players in world football. And so, we take a look at five players who need to prove themselves ahead of next season after a not so great 2014/2015 season.[/tps_header] [tps_title]Thomas Vermaelen[/tps_title] This one’s a bit harsh considering it was a testing time for the former Arsenal captain off…

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    7 Signings by Barcelona Rated this Season

    Luis Enrique ended his debut season the same way many people said he couldn’t – winning the treble just like Pep Guardiola did in 2008/2009. A truly dream debut season for the former Barcelona player especially when you consider how hectic the club’s affairs were back in January. With the season now over, we take a look at Barcelona’s signings…

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    Champions League: Biggest surprises

    The Champions League came to a close last weekend which fittingly saw Barcelona’s three-pronged attacks lead the way as the Catalans defeated Juventus 3-1 to clinch their fourth European trophy in the last nine years. Another exciting season of Champions League football have now ended and so, we take a look at some of the biggest surprises in this year’s…

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    The Szczesny Dilemma

    On the night of the FA Cup final, there has already been some sort of controversy in the Arsenal camp. With doubts from Arsene Wenger on who would start in the final between Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina, the former’s father has criticized the Arsenal manager. Maciej Szczesny – a former goalkeeper himself – who compared Per Mertesacker to a…

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