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Cameron Drummond

A 16 year old, 1/2 Brazilian, 1/2 Scottish football fan from the United States. Specializes in action from the EPL, Football League, and International scene. Has a soft spot for Swindon Town (ENG), Dumbarton (SCO), and Chelsea based on family ties. Find me on Twitter @cdrummond97

Pitch Invaders Cause Havoc At Roma-Real Madrid Friendly (Video)

The art of pitch invading has been doing the rounds recently over in the United States as many a fan or two has illegally gained access to the field during European clubs’ pre-season friendlies, most of them part of the Guinness International Champions Cup. The incidents reached a fever pitch a few days ago at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas, where AS …

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WAG of the Week: Laia Grassi – Girlfriend Of Arsenal Signing Alexis Sanchez

In what was a monumental move in terms of both the upcoming Premier League season’s title race and the landscape of the Football WAG in England, Arsenal quite literally brought the heat on Thursday with the big name signing of striker Alexis Sanchez away from FC Barcelona. Sanchez, fresh off a decent run to the Round of 16 with Chile …

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Miroslav Klose Becomes All-Time World Cup Scorer In German Rout Of Brazil

German Miroslav Klose made World Cup history on Tuesday night, passing the Brazilian Ronaldo (who was in attendance) for the most goals ever scored at the World Cup Finals with his 16th career goal slotted past Brazil ‘keeper Julio Ceasar during Germany‘s 7-1 thrashing of Brazil in the first Semifinal of this World Cup. Klose’s record-setting goal came on 23 minutes …

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World Cup Preview: Group H

At last! We are now only mere hours away from the first kick of Brazil 2014, and to complete your preview of the tournament while you anxiously wait for Brazil vs. Croatia, footyblog brings you our Group H preview, featuring Algeria, Belgium, Russia, and South Korea. Group Overview Group H provides an interesting mix of teams from all levels of the …

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World Cup Preview: Group G

Our penultimate group preview here at footyblog takes us finally to the Group of Death, featuring 4 sides each very capable of advancing in the forms of Germany, Ghana, Portugal, and the United States. Group Overview Group G is considered the “Group of Death” of the 2014 World Cup, comprised of 4 sides who all made it to the knockout …

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World Cup Preview: Group F

Only 1 MORE DAY football fans until the 2014 World Cup kicks off in Brazil, and in last day prep for the big tournament, footyblog presents you with our final 3 group previews, starting with Group F and Argentina, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Iran, and Nigeria. Group Overview Group F features a medley of interesting stories coming together from each of the 4 nations …

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World Cup Preview: Group E

The countdown clock now reads only 2 days until Brazil 2014 gets underway, as we here at footyblog proceed to the second-half of our Group previews with Group E, a group consisting of Ecuador, France, Honduras, and Switzerland. Group Overview Group E looks to be the “Group of Redemption” for all 4 nations competing as none of them progressed past the …

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World Cup Preview: Group D

The group previews are coming thick and fast now as the countdown to Brazil vs. Croatia rolls on, and with it, comes footyblog’s preview of Group D: Comprised of Costa Rica, everyone’s favorite underachievers England, Italy, and the mighty Uruguay. Group Overview Group D, in similar fashion to Group B, provides a dividing line between the world’s elite sides and those …

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World Cup Preview: Group C

As the days until the 2014 World Cup continue to roll off, its upwards and onwards with our Group previews here at footyblog, as today we bring you our all-inclusive preview of Group C, an interesting one to say the least featuring Colombia without Radamel Falcao, Greece, the Ivory Coast, and Japan. Group Overview Group C brings together 4 nations with …

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Leicester City Secure Promotion Back To Premier League

For the first time in 10 years, Leicester City will be back in England‘s top-flight as they clinched a spot in next year’s Premier League field of 20 by way of a 2-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday on Friday night, coupled with losses from both QPR and Derby County on Saturday. Those results gave The Foxes a commanding 19 point lead over …

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