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Author Archives: Nicholas Kariuki

Spain Has a Decision to Make About Iker Casillas

Posted on by Nicholas Kariuki

Following Spain’s 1-5 defeat to a marauding a Netherlands side on Friday, team captain and most-capped player Iker Casillas took responsibility for his team’s terrible start to their title defense. “The first thing I have to do is offer a … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger Will Be the First to Tell Us When He’s Finished at Arsenal

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This week Wayne Rooney joined the ranks of those downplaying Arsenal’s great start to the Premier League. While he admitted that Arsenal “are doing brilliant at the minute,” he simmered down this praise by also saying “we’ve seen before that … Continue reading

Ex-Arsenal Striker Gervinho’s Good Form at Roma is Down to Regained Confidence

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It’s hard not to pull a look of bemusement when you hear how former Arsenal player Gervinho is faring after his transfer to AS Roma. In his seven matches so far, he has already scored three goals and provided one … Continue reading

José Mourinho is Not the Same Manager He Was in His Last Spell at Chelsea

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On June 2, 2004, Chelsea unveiled José Mourinho to the English Press. In his first press conference, Mourinho was sharp in wit and lavish in self-praise. He was unapologetic in his confidence over his ability and what he expected for … Continue reading

Clint Dempsey’s Seattle Sounders Move Puts Him Back in a More Influential Role

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Clint Dempsey’s move to the Seattle Sounders from Tottenham Hotspur was one of the more surprising moves of the summer transfer window. At the eve of last season, the American forward was a major transfer target and was one of … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur Now Have the Players to Break Into the Top Four

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So the Gareth Bale saga that became that annoying buzzing sound in the background of your entire summer is finally over. Tottenham can see the move as a huge success for them having earned a debatably high £85.3 million for … Continue reading