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Who are the Favourites to win Euro 2016

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With the Euro 2016 competition in France due to kick off in approximately 370 days (Friday, 10th June 2016) is the official start date, we felt that now the big seasons over (apart from the Champions League final tomorrow!) it would be a good time to take a look at which teams are the favourites to win the Euro 2016 …

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Who are the next crop of English talent?

There is always a lot of pressure put on the next crop of young English talent, with the public having what is probably an unrealistic expectation of World Cup/European Championship glory. However in recent international tournaments the public has started to realise that there is a lot of work to be done for the three lions to challenge the best …

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Jamie Vardy’s Party Continues

This time five years ago, Jamie Vardy had just moved from Stocksbridge Park Steels to Halifax Town. Step forward to today and he now finds himself in the England squad. Now, of course, were Daniel Sturridge not injured and the likes of Harry Kane, Saido Berahino and Danny Ings not on their way to the under 21’s European Championships this …

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Cech Out! Mourinho can’t stop Peter Cech’s move to Arsenal

Jose Mourinho has admitted he is powerless to stop Peter Cech joining Arsenal. Previously, the Chelsea boss had reiterated his desire to keep Peter Cech at Stamford Bridge. With the arrival of Thibaut Courtois from Altlitico Madrid in last summer, Cech has been limited to the bench. In search of first time football he is ready to move on and …

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5 players Liverpool should look at signing this summer

This season has been a difficult one for Liverpool, however it would only take a few more players in certain areas to get them Champions League football that they want, rather than the total overhaul that a few fans are talking about, and I will look at some potential signings that would allow Liverpool to break back into the top …

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The rapid rise of the MLS

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There are three major sports in the United States. Football, Hockey and Baseball. And then there’s soccer. When Ellis Island took football, as we know it in the UK, across the pond to the U.S. the sport was laughed at by many native Americans. Yet in the modern era where European football is at its highest standard, American soccer players …

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What next for Arsenal?

So, it really did happen. Arsenal’s supposed dream Champions League last 16 draw turned into a nightmare with a horror show against Monaco to leave their European hopes all but over for another year. But where do the Gunners go from here? With five teams realistically in with a chance of nicking the final two Champions League spots in the …

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Berahino Looking For Bigger Club

This week, England’s U21 international Saido Berahino claimed that he was looking to “go onto bigger things” in relation to his short Premier League career at West Brom. The Baggies forward has continued his impressive form from last season and has netted 14 goals in all competitions this season for Tony Pulis’s West Brom team. Now, he appears to be …

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The kids who lost their wonder

  Harry Kane is on fire right now. With 18 goals so far this season, a record which includes seven goals in the last seven Premier League games, the imposing Tottenham striker has taken a monumental leap in a short period of time, transitioning from a player on the fringes to one of the country’s deadliest forwards. For sheer hard …

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The ‘HurriKane’

This season, a young English striker has risen to prominence in the Premier League, and I’m not talking about Saido Berahino, Charlie Austin or Danny Ings, no, I’m talking about Harry Kane, who along with Christian Eriksen, is dragging Tottenham along and keeping their possibility of Champions League football alive. As a Tottenham fan, it has been a good few …

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