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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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Lampards’s Life After Chelsea

On the 3rd of June 2014, Chelsea football club announced that its all-time leading scorer Frank Lampard would be leaving the club. It bought to an end a glittering career at Stamford Bridge and many thought that they would not see Lampard playing in the Premier League again, how we were wrong! Making his debut for West Ham in January …

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Why The European Championship Could Soon Lose Its Lustre

So the European Qualifying campaign is now underway and England got off to a perfect start by winning away against the biggest perceived threat in their group. It should go down as a hugely significant result and one which makes England’s prospects of reaching the finals in France better than their opponents Switzerland. However, due to the new qualifying format …

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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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Where England Went Wrong…

Everyone was under no illusions as to how tough it was going to be for England to progress through a difficult group which was viewed as the “group of death” due to the presence of three former winners (holding seven World Cups between them). However, an early elimination with just one point and two goals scored from three games surely …

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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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