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Arsene Wenger- A Genius Beyond Question

        You only have to listen to players past and present when they speak about Arsene Wenger to learn just how respected he is amongst those that know and have worked with him. In a recent interview with Ian Wright, Sol Campbell and William Gallas, the look of adoration in Wright’s eyes is analogous of a lovestruck …

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Liverpool and West Ham Share the Spoils at Anfield

Liverpool lost ground in the title race as struggling West Ham earned a hard-fought point at Anfield. The reds were looking to recover from their shock defeat to Bournemouth last week and things got off to a bright start as Adam Lallana put the reds in front in the 5th minute after Sadio Mané’s brilliant work on the wing. West Ham …

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Glam City- Were Guardiola’s Garms the Greatest in Premier League History?

Guardiola. A name synonymous with style. And although his footballing philosophy may have taken a drubbing at Leicester on Saturday, his sartorial style remains undoubtedly at the top of the league. Guardiola. Even his name sounds like a suit from Armani’s spring collection. So while his team were being picked apart by a resurgent Leicester side, I couldn’t help but …

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Jones is Jose’s Man

Since he was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson for Manchester United in 2011, Phil Jones’ 6 years at Old Trafford has been plagued by injuries. It seemed his days with The Red Devils were numbered with last season being his worst for spending time in the treatment room. He only made 13 appearances due to ankle problems including a fracture, …

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First Season of Pep’s City

Many football fans in the world were greatly excited to hear that this Catalonian guy is truly coming to England. Curiosity arose if his philosophy that is play, possession, and positioning revealed by Thierry Henry would also work out well here in the toughest league in the world. I believe this might draw public attention the most. At first, the …

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A Look Back at David Villa’s MLS MVP Season

A Look Back at David Villa’s MLS MVP Season When David Villa announced his move to the MLS the American soccer community was thrilled at the prospect of such a high quality player coming to play in the States. Since his arrival, he’s taken over the spotlight at New York City F.C. scoring 41 goals in two seasons. His prolific …

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What is a WAG?

What is a WAG? Although the term WAG started off as a derogatory term in nature, it is simply an acronym for Wives and Girlfriends of famous athletes, and now represents empowerment and independence in young women. The acronym has come a long way since it started in the UK, back in 2002, in regards to who can be considered …

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Mourinho at United, A Half-Term Report

Christmas is a time for mince pies, cantankerous games of Monopoly and sombre reflection. So what better opportunity to assess Jose Mourinho’s progress at Manchester United? Much has been made about a so called revolution unravelling at United following a record summer outlay of nearly £150 million but how is The Special One’s side faring in comparison to last season? …

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Pictures of Theo Walcott’s girlfriend

                        Theo James Walcott is an English expert footballer who plays as a forward for English national team and Premier league club Arsenal.   Walcott won the BBC Young Sports character of the year prize in award 2006.   Theo Walcotot has been in a high relationship with Melanie …

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5 richest footballers in 2016

Top Five Richest Footballers In 2016

Football happens to be the most popular sport in the world. Goal.com recently released details on the incredible amounts of money footballers are paid, and it provides a detailed look of which players make the most amounts of money and where their wealth comes from. Here are the top 5 richest football players in 2016. Lionel Messi ($350 Million) Lionel Messi …

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footballers and china

Why are so many footballers moving to China?

This is Jackson Martinez, the last talent to have joined the Chinese Super league. Since the first talents moved to Asia and I am proud to have assisted to some of the matches and see them playing there many more followed in a non-stop money spending campaign. When Guangzhou ( the most popular and winning team in China) started to …

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The Historic Save

The 1968 European Cup Final between Manchester United and Benfica is a momentous match in footballing history for so many reasons. The game was played 10 years after the Munich air disaster in which many of the Busby Babes lost their lives. Sir Matt Busby had rebuilt his team and Manchester United won the cup for all those players who …

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