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Author Archives: Aram Gyan

Does England Have What It Takes to Win the 2018 World Cup Bid?

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Last week, the United States dropped out of contention to host the 2018 World Cup, deciding instead to concentrate its efforts on beating out Australia, Qatar, Japan and South Korea for 2022. This ensures that Europe will host in 2018 and … Continue reading

Can You Name 6 Sets of Famous Brothers Who Play English Football?

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The United Kingdom’s Labour Party held their annual conference recently. Top of the agenda was selecting a new leader to take charge of the party as it begins to rebuild in the shadow of the ruling Conservative/Liberal-Democrat coalition government. Intriguingly, the race … Continue reading

Latest Developments in Liverpool FC Ownership Saga

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Here are the latest developments regarding the Liverpool ownership saga: -The Premier League has blessed New England Sports Venture’s (NESV) attempted purchase by stating that NESV meets the criteria of the league’s Owners’ and Directors’ Test. Read the statement here. -More worrisome … Continue reading

Who Was the Last Player to Score A Hat Trick in a Man Utd v Liverpool Match?

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Dimitar Berbatov’s hat-trick against Liverpool on Sunday, which included an audacious overhead kick, sealed a crucial win for Manchester United. Moreover, it was the first hat-trick by a United player in this fixture since Stan Pearson scored three for United in a 5-0 trot … Continue reading

Euro 2012 Qualification Begins: Where to Watch The Games

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It hasn’t even been two months since Andres Iniesta’s golaso in Johannesburg yet meaningful international football returns with Friday’s slate of Euro 2012 qualifiers. No doubt Spanish supporters are looking forward to the defence of their 2008 title but can English … Continue reading

When Will Soccer Officiating Get With the Times?

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Sunday’s refereeing blunders, following the many glaring group stage errors, have reignited a debate over changing the sport’s rules. Some favor video replay, some favor an additional referee who would only monitor each goal area, while others would prefer a sensor-system for goals similar … Continue reading

Premier League to Use Special Nike Ball This Weekend

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All Premier League games this weekend will feature a special red-coloured version of the usual official Nike T90 Ascente ball. It’s all part of the Red charity campaign to fight AIDS in Africa. Serie A and La Liga will be … Continue reading

Manchester Utd 3-0 West Ham: Business As Usual For United

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The race to the top narrowed Tuesday night as Manchester United swept aside West Ham United at Old Trafford. Shades of 1966 early on as Man United’s Ben Foster dropped Alessandro Diamanti’s dipping shot onto the goal-line. Did it cross? … Continue reading

AC Milan 2-3 Manchester United: 8 Key Observations

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Classic European nights. When we complain about the stifling dominance of the Big Four; when we curse every transfer that sends a promising young player from a lesser club to the Big Four; when we ponder proposals such as debt-to-revenue … Continue reading

Champions League Play-Off: What's Your Opinion?

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The Premier League could soon implement a plan that sees its fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh place finishers contest an end-of-season play-off at Wembley to determine England’s fourth Champions League contestant. At first blush, the plan seems rather appealing as … Continue reading

Who Should Replace Ashley Cole In the England World Cup Squad?

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It was all going all too swimmingly in the run-up to the World Cup, wasn’t it England supporters? That vindaloo dinner was digesting so well. A triumphant qualifying campaign, including two supremely satisfying Croatia thumpings. A seemingly straightforward World Cup … Continue reading

Santos or Swim? Robinho Has A Choice To Make

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Numerous reports have one-time wunderkind Robinho fleeing Manchester City for Santos, the legendary Sao Paolo club where his career began. The loan deal could see Santos youngsters Paulo Henrique Ganso or Neymar don sky blue. Manager Roberto Mancini has stated that, while … Continue reading

Hammers Executive Ponders Name Change to West Ham Olympic

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President Barack Obama’s favorite footie club, West Ham United, could undergo a radical identity change if the club’s new vice-chairman has her way. Karren Brady, who was appointed vice-chairman of the Hammers by the new joint chairmen, David Sullivan and David Gold, … Continue reading

Poll: Should Man United Have Kept Carlos Tevez?

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The Guardian posted a poll asking its readers whether Manchester United should have kept Carlos Tevez. A surprising majority said ‘yes.’ Can this be chalked up to the fickle feelings of fandom? Or is it sincere affection for the man … Continue reading

8 Highlights From the Manchester Carling Cup Semi-Final Derby, 1st Leg

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Tuesday’s Manchester Derby, doubling as the first leg of the League Cup Semi-Final, was sleepy for certain stretches but produced plenty of encouraging highlights for supporters of both sides, including: Antonio Valencia. After receiving a gorgeous pass from Patrice Evra, … Continue reading

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Sir Alex Ferguson’s face flushing red on a frosty winter’s day. Emile Heskey returning from an injury. Xavi and Iniesta gently stroking the ball back and forth to one another to the rising applause of the Catalan faithful. Steven Gerrard’s … Continue reading

Poll: What Should FIFA Do To Help Referees?

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Ireland’s loss may be football’s gain. Fifa may fast-track the approval of an additional assistant referee on each goal line in time for next summer’s World Cup in South Africa. This system is currently being tested in the Europa League. As … Continue reading