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All of the best Football News from around the world with a focus on the Premier League (the best league in the world!). Take a look at the latest football-match previews written by our team of Premier League experts, or watch some of the latest goals scored in the English top division. Check out the latest Transfer Rumours and keep up to date with any recent footballer injuries at Footy Blog – you’re best resource for soccer news.

World-class v World-class

With El Classico fast approaching, the world of football will be watching this match with anticipation. Always a thrilling extravagance, Barcelona v Real Madrid is a game no football fan wants to miss – especially as it is a chance to see two of the best players in the world compete against each other; Lionel Messi & Cristiano Ronaldo. Who, …

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Title Race Heats Up As Top 3 Secure Victories

Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City all secured important victories on Saturday as they looked to stake their claims as serious contenders for the Title.   Manchester City kicked off the day with a hard-fought win at Turf Moor to briefly lead the table. Things didn’t start well for the sky blues as Burnley took the lead at the quarter-hour mark …

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Rules Are There To Be Obstructed

It occurs in every game, in all divisions from the lofty heights of the Premiership down to the Ginsters Hot Pasty league, you find yourself questioning it when it happens but more often than not you give it up as a lost cause…but why? Obstruction is an illegal move in football but EVERYONE seems to have accepted it as part …

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Chelsea vs Spurs Preview

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In this preview we will take a look at what is to come this weekend. We are still unsure who is in the running for the premier league title as we are only 12 games into the season. Before we see the clogged up fixtures of December we will see who sits atop of the premier league. One of the …

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Are You Blind Referee? It’s surely TMO for a change

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It seemed like it was never going to happen, but (the well documented) goal-line technology was finally introduced into many of the top flight tiers of European football over the last couple of seasons and made its World Cup debut at Brazil 2014. Too late for it to have made any impact on Frank Lampard’s famous goal versus the auld …

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Football’s Fascinating Facts

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has scored the 25,000th Premier League goal and, so far this season, the most frequent score line has been a 1-1 draw. Millions of fans watch the Premier League every week and after the match we are bamboozled with facts; who made the most runs, which player completed the most passes, how many times the goalie touched the …

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Spanish Football Looking To Dominate For Years To Come

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After the recent contract extension of Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid, the Spanish giants are looking to assert their dominance in world football for years to come. This deal, which sees the Portugal star earn a reported £365,000 a week, comes just days after his Welsh team mate agree a similarly impressive deal. Gareth Bale pledged his long term future …

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United Greats – Robbo

It is 25 years since Bryan Robson signed for Manchester United for £1.5 million pounds, at the time, it was a British record transfer fee. This once tough tackling, warrior-like midfielder is to date the longest serving captain Manchester United have ever had and he scored 99 goals for The Red Devils in all competitions. From FA Cup winner to …

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The Best Five Football Documentaries

Like a game of football, there are some documentaries that have you gripped from the first minute and some that are very forgettable. Below are some of the must see football documentaries that we think you’ll really enjoy. From the crazy ownership at QPR to the crazy gang at Wimbledon, these five documentaries will captivate you from the first whistle. The …

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Do Liverpool Have The Mettle to Maintain a Strong Premier League Title Challenge?

Liverpool‘s 6-1 thrashing of Watford at Anfield took Jurgen Klopp’s men to the top of the Premier League table for the first time since May 2014 and extended their impressive unbeaten run to 12 games. Jurgen Klopp’s men produced a rampant and dominant display that continued their eye-catching and bum-off-seat performances. Their thrilling attacking performances are further strengthening their case to be strong …

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