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The Business of Football

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Football is becoming more like a business and less like a sport everyday. There is of course the argument that football has resembled a business for a long time now – games scheduled for TV to increase viewing figures, transfers from one club to another, advertising prevalent around stadiums and sponsors on shirts, not to mention the extreme volumes of money players …

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League Cup Draws Very Interesting Indeed!

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The latest rounds of the league cup took place this week, with the Third Round being played in England and the Quarter Finals in Scotland. A few more minnows have been defeated in their heroic cup runs, and now it is mainly the top teams fighting for a place in the upcoming rounds over the course of the season. In …

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Football Is Back With A Bang

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After the international break that briefly postponed club football, this Saturday sees some hugely exciting fixtures across the UK. The day kicks off with arguably the most anticipated Manchester Derby to date. Guardiola takes his team to Old Trafford to face old foe Mourinho at 12:30, which will undoubtedly be a fiery contest. Their overwhelming honours list speaks for itself, …

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Champions League & Europa League Draws

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The group stages for the Champions League and Europa League were drawn last week, creating some very intriguing fixtures to look out for this season. Starting with the Champions League, the English clubs certainly don’t have an easy task. Man City have once again been placed with Barcelona, which will see Pep Guardiola return to his immensely talented Barcelona tie. …

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Upcoming International Break

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With the next international break approaching in two weeks time, there is a lot to look forward to, especially regarding the England football team. The World Cup 2018 qualifiers start and many squads have been named as each country fights for a place on the biggest stage in world football. There are also a few high-profile games to keep you …

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Football Across The World: In Case You Missed It

Away from all the drama of the English Premier League, there was much more football played all over the world, with some significant goals and stories emerging particularly from Europe as the Spanish and Italian Leagues got underway. In Spain, Barcelona have taken off where they finished last season with an incredible 6-2 win against Real Betis. Luis Suarez grabbed …

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Who are the favourites for the Premier League title at this early stage?

With only two games played each, nobody can tell who will snatch this years Premier League trophy, but there are a few teams already making a big statement of their intentions for this season. Countless big name signings have arrived, along with an impressive list of managers, and so this season may just witness another incredible series of events. Starting …

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Northern Ireland Boys Making All The Noise

Northern Ireland fans are still singing after their Euro 2016 heroics as their players continue to shine across the water. With the incredible success in France still settling in with many fans, the players have taken no time at all in hitting the ground running for their clubs as the season gets into full flight in both England and Scotland, …

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