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How to become a Football Scout

Recently scouting has been in the spotlight more and more. Leicester City’s success in the transfer market and the breakthrough of young English talents such as Dele Alli and Marcus Rashford has shown the vital role that they play for football clubs. I spoke to David Hobson who has been a scout for 17 years, working for Blackburn Rovers, Bolton Wanderers …

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Top 10 Expensive Cars of Footballers

Top 10 Expensive Cars of Footballers

Football is a very lucrative sport, the players of the top leagues win a lot of money, and the stars of the top clubs make even more money. When you have a big bank account having a luxury car is a must. On this list we will get you through the most expensive cars of footballers, so you can tell …

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How much does Jamie Vardy earn?

The former Fleetwood frontman’s wages have skyrocketed over the past few years, rising from around £2,000 per week when he was in non league to £80,000 a week when he signed a new contract in February with Leicester until 2019. This means that Vardy’s earnings have gone from around £100,000 yearly four years ago to over £4 million a year. …

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Who are the favourites to win Euro 2016?

Euro 2016

With Euro 2016 just 30 days away, we’ve decided to take a look at who are the favourites to win the prized competition in France. The games kick off with hosts France facing Romania on Friday, 10th June and the tournament ends with the final on Sunday, 10th July. Looking at the odds from various online bookmakers, it’s clear that …

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FIFA Extend Liverpool’s Mamadou Sakho Suspension

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FIFA have given Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho a worldwide ban after a failed drug test. Initially, the centre-half was suspended for 30 days by UEFA, however after a Europa League match against Manchester United he was tested positive for a ‘fat burner’. The ban has resulted in Sakho unable to play neither for his country, France or in friendly matches. …

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The A-League: The Code the World Forgot

You may have read somewhere that Leicester City won the English Premier League earlier this week. I know, it’s been kept pretty hush-hush. Here is how one media outlet in Australia, Channel Nine, reported the triumph:   Several things wrong with that. Firstly, the 2-2 draw was between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, with the Foxes only watching on intently. Second of …

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Manchester United Lead the Chase for Real Madrid Wonderkid Pedro Ruiz

Pedro Ruiz is being tracked by the likes of Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United, who are looking to step up their pursuit of the 16-year-old player. Two of England’s biggest clubs have their eye on the Real Madrid striker who has only turned 16 last month following his goal-scoring form for Spain under 16s and Real Madrid this season. The …

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Eden Hazard: Chelsea Don’t Want Tottenham To Win Premier League Title

Eden Hazard has admitted Chelsea are desperate to deny their rivals Spurs League victory and help Leicester win the Premier League title. Recuperated from a hip injury, Hazard scored his first Premier League goals, as Chelsea defeated Bournemouth 4-1 on Saturday consequently moving up to ninth on the table. The first half of the season showed no signs of Chelsea …

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The inherent ritualism of a local derby

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Attending football matches can be seen as overtly ritualistic for die-hard supporters. There are pre-game rituals, everything from a pub you visit before every home game to an organised march flowing towards the ground as a sea of passion and colour, both inspiring fellow fans and intimidating opposition.   During a match these ritualised behaviours come to an ultimate fruition, fans exhibit …

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FC Barcelona’s current shape: Neymar and others have to go.

It is undeniable we have a dream team 3.0 (after Cryuff’s and Guardiola’s), by now. But like some teams tend to success, some teams tend to fall, some really hard that is difficult to get up. We, fans and not fans, were so accustomed to the success of one of the best teams -perhaps the best in my opinion- so …

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