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Excellent Draw should see Messi Lead Argentina through to Latter Stages of the World Cup Five players to watch at the World Cup Youthful Squad Provides Feel Good Factor for England World Cup Chances Uniting France through football and laughter Le Classique: a brief history Stereotypical football: The most English footballer The history of Ashley Cole
 

Excellent Draw should see Messi Lead Argentina through to Latter Stages of the World Cup

The 2014 World Cup in Brazil is now just a couple of weeks away and the attention of football fans is starting to turn towards the tournament in South America. All of the qualified nations are eyeing up a successful event and one of those is certainly Argentina who have been well backed for World […]

Five players to watch at the World Cup

Every international tournament springs surprises. We’ve seen it all from the Czech pair of Patrick Berger and Karel Poborsky lighting up Euro 96 before earning moves to English giants Liverpool and Manchester United respectively, El Hadji Diouf’s exciting displays in the 2002 World Cup earning him a move to Liverpool and even Mesut Ozil’s creative […]

Youthful Squad Provides Feel Good Factor for England World Cup Chances

After months of speculation, Roy Hodgson named his 23-man England squad for the World Cup in Brazil and preparations for the tournament can now begin in earnest this week with the first of three warm-up matches taking place against Peru at Wembley on Friday night before jetting off to Miami where they will face Ecuador […]

Uniting France through football and laughter – Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Love him or hate him, there is no denying that Zlatan Ibrahimovic gets a lot of people talking. Whether it is for his off the pitch antics or his creativity in front of goal, it’s hard to find a footballer capable of still dividing so many opinions. “Overrated”, “never turns up when needed” or “cocky” […]

Le Classique: a brief history

A couple of weeks ago, something really got to me. All over European football media, there were reports dubbing Paris Saint-Germain vs AS Monaco as the biggest game of the season in terms of French club football and a great advert for Ligue 1. It’s not. For me, the biggest game of a season is […]

Stereotypical football: The most English footballer

Some players just aren’t made for the English game, some of us aren’t as efficient as Germans at taking penalties, even fewer are capable of playing “tiki taka” football like the Spanish, but we all wish we grew up on a Brazilian beach and could dance through challenges. These are the stereotypes in football, I’m […]

The history of Ashley Cole’s obsessive Arsenal relationship

“My heart and soul was tied to Arsenal with a fisherman’s knot. I don’t think even Houdini could have unravelled it. Not for one minute did I see myself leaving. There was only ever one club in England, let alone London, and that was the Arsenal.” – My Defence, Ashley Cole. Ashley Cole is a […]

Mesut Ozil In Arsenal – A Bad Buy Or A Misused Player

21 September 2014

The closing part of summer 2013 saw many Arsenal fans celebrating after their club captured one of the best creative midfielders in the world of football but the €50 million attacking midfielder have struggled to get going in the club since his arrival in Arsenal over 12 months ago. Many Arsenal fans are frustrated with […]

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Arsenal Could Sign Lassana Diarra For Free, Here Is Why It Makes Sense

18 September 2014

The effect of failing to sign a defensive midfielder seems to have started rearing its ugly head at Arsenal. With ageing Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini as the rated and fit anchormen in the Arsenal midfield, there was the clamour for a younger defensive midfield player before the transfer window closed early this month. The […]

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Five Talking Points From Champions League Match Night One

18 September 2014

It was a disappointing Champions League return for three of the four Premier League teams, with Liverpool the only English side to come out on top, and even they struggled during their narrow 2-0 victory over Ludogorets Razgra. Elsewhere, there were mixed fortunes for the La Liga sides, while the Serie A duo of Roma […]

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Why Manchester United Can Gatecrash The ToP 4 Party

17 September 2014

Seven teams will slug it out for a place in the top four but it is wrong to assume that Manchester United are far gone from the glory days. They may have had a bad season in 2013/2014 coming 7th place in the English Premier League but the English club have shown their intentions for […]

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Mesut Ozil – To Whom Much Is Given

16 September 2014

On deadline day of last year’s summer transfer window, Arsene Wenger pulled a Santa Claus on Arsenal fans all over the world by signing Mesut Ozil, the world acclaimed king of assists. While everyone was in awe that the French manager could break the club’s transfer record and pay £42.5m for Ozil from Real Madrid, […]

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Football Fever Set to Ignite as Premier League Kicks Off

15 September 2014

The English Premier League of 2013/2014 was a captivating affair. Liverpool got to sniff victory, but was ultimately denied by a far more polished Manchester City. In the end, Liverpool fell 2 points short as they folded in critical games. Now, the 2014/2015 Premier League season is about to get underway and it will be […]

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Football’s Half-Way Club… including Manchester United and Liverpool stars

09 September 2014

This infographic shows the famous Men who will forever be remembered by their fans for their moments of magic. A goal from on, or before the half way line is a rare treat – Here is our Football’s Halfway Club. Produced by The Stonk.

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Where can I watch all the Premier League matches on the telly?

09 September 2014

Whether you’re an armchair supporter or just love watching as much football as you can, it’s frustrating when you don’t know which game is on which channel and when. For supporters of the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool, a Saturday match with a 3 o’clock kick-off is a rarity. However, […]

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Manchester United defender made Chelsea legend retire

09 September 2014

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has revealed that a conversation with Manchester United’s Luke Shaw at this summer’s World Cup lead him to believe he was probably too old to still be playing for England. “I was having a chat with Luke Shaw and I mentioned Tony Adams and he didn’t seem to know who I […]

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PICTURE: Former Manchester United striker in Arsenal shirt

02 September 2014

Manchester United fan and former striker, Danny Welbeck, has been pictured in an Arsenal shirt for the first time since his £16m move to North London. Yesterday, Arsenal denied that Welbeck had been present for a medical. When this news was relayed to Arsenal supporters outside the Emirates on Sky Sports News, they cheered. After […]

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PICTURE: Falcao arrives at Manchester United

01 September 2014

Radamel Falcao has been pictured at Carrington ahead of his shock loan move to Manchester United from Monaco. Manchester City and Arsenal had been battling out to sign the striker, who has scored an incredible 155 goals in last 200 games, but United surprised everyone when they agreed terms with the player. Whilst personal terms […]

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Arsenal “categorically deny” move for Manchester United striker… then sign him anyway

01 September 2014

Tottenham Hotspur had been favourites to sign Danny Welbeck last week although there were rumours that Arsenal and Everton were also keen on a loan move. However, Arsenal were rivalling Manchester City to bring in Radamel Falcao as their priority signing. The striker has scored 155 goals in his last 200 games and was available […]

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Manchester United sign Dutch footballer of the Year

01 September 2014

Ajax have this evening confirmed that the £13.8m deal for Daley Blind has gone through. Whilst the clubs reached an agreement last week, there were certain conditions that were fulfilled this evening. Tonight, Blind is in Hilversum, Holland, to collect his award for being named the best player in Holland last season. The prize is […]

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PICTURE: Manchester United striker in Real Madrid shirt after completing “dream” move

01 September 2014

Javier Hernandez has joined Real Madrid on a season long loan from Manchester United with the option of it being made permanent. “It’s an honour and a dream to play in this team,” he said. “Of course, I have aims, dreams and I’m going to go out on the pitch determined to enjoy this experience. […]

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PICTURE: Chelsea end Arsenal’s season with late signing

31 August 2014

Earlier this week, Jose Mourinho claimed that Chelsea were finished in the transfer market and that he was “happy” with the squad he had. Arsene Wenger was saying similar things about Arsenal and wasn’t going to be pressured in to bringing in a new striker, despite their first choice striker, Oliver Giroud, being ruled out […]

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Are Manchester United helping City sign Falcao?

31 August 2014

With just over 24 hours remaining until the transfer window closes, it looks as though Manchester United might be doing their rivals, Manchester City, in signing a fantastic striker. While United are behind City in the title odds with Betfair, one only has to look back at Arsenal’s sale of RvP to realise that strengthening […]

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STATS: Clichy’s ability to win all the tackles for Manchester City gives them advantage over Stoke

29 August 2014

Man City v Stoke Man City have started this campaign the same way they finished the last; looking like champions. After an opening day victory against Newcastle and breezing past Liverpool on Monday night, City will be looking to make it 3 wins in a row at The Etihad, where they won 17 of their […]

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STATS: Sterling’s speed will help Liverpool beat Tottenham Hotspur

29 August 2014

Tottenham vs Liverpool After falling to defeat at the hands of Manchester City, Liverpool will be looking to bounce back at White Hart Lane this Sunday. Tottenham have got off to a good start under Mauricio Pochettino and sit pretty on top of the league, having not yet conceded a goal. Spurs midfielder Erik Lamela […]

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