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Author Archives: Scott J Hancox

About Scott J Hancox

Big West Bromwich Albion fan. Addicted to Football Manager since 1999. Always up for a debate. Very opinionated on the beautiful game. Come on you Baggies. Follow me on Twitter Scott John Hancox@TheSweetestKid

Busy Summer at West Bromwich Albion Sees Several Key Transfers In and Out of Club

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West Bromwich Albion manager Alan Irvine came into the club under heavy scrutiny with the overwhelming initial reaction of the fans being annoyance and frustration. General consensus was that if previous head coach Pepe Mel had been given time to … Continue reading

Chelsea Striker Fernando Torres Linked With Return to Atletico Madrid

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In a case of which European media outlet do you believe, Eurosport is reporting that Atletico Madrid and Chelsea have held talks to discuss a potential deal that could see Fernando Torres return to Atletico Madrid. Meanwhile, Spanish publication Mundo … Continue reading

Manchester United Away Shirt For 2014/15 Season: New Leaked [PHOTOS]

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New photos of Manchester United’s away shirt for the 2014/15 season have been leaked on the Internet featuring a white shirt with black collar and buttoned neck. The leaked images may be close to the finished article of the upcoming … Continue reading

England to Play in Scotland For First Time In 15 Years

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England has scheduled a friendly against Scotland to be played in Celtic Park on November 18. It’s the first time England will play Scotland north of the border in 15 years. The last time these teams met in Scotland, Paul … Continue reading

Nike Pulls Out of Shirt Negotiations With Manchester United

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Sport giants Nike have pulled out of a shirt sponsorship deal with Manchester United. The Red Devils have asked for £60million+ a year for Nike to supply the kit and training gear. Nike has decided not to renew their contract … Continue reading

Barcelona Edge Closer to Signing Liverpool Striker Luis Suarez; Silly Season or Reliable Sources?

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If you believe the Spanish and English newspapers, Barcelona is on the brink of signing Liverpool striker Luis Suarez. The media is reporting that Barcelona is willing to offer Liverpool between £70-80million for the mercurial forward. There are whispers of … Continue reading

England Vs Costa Rica Preview: England Plays Final Game as Costa Rica Looks Ahead to Knock Out Rounds

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The final games in Group D take place tomorrow and both sides in this fixture find themselves in a somewhat unexpected situation. Costa Rica go into the match-up with no pressure after winning convincingly and playing fast tempo, pressing football … Continue reading

Portugal’s Hugo Almeida and Fabio Coentrao Will Miss Game Against USA

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Portugal have lost front man Hugo Almeida and defender Fabio Coentrao to injuries in their first group game. The duo were both injured in their opening World Cup match against a strong German outfit that ran out easy 4-0 winners against … Continue reading

Former Manchester City Goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon Joins Sunderland On a Free Transfer

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Ex-Manchester City stopper Costel Pantilimon has joined Sunderland on a free transfer. The 6ft 8in Romanian was released from City after completing three seasons at the Etihad Stadium. Pantilimon is the tallest player in the Premier League and his arrival … Continue reading

What The Future Holds For Relegated Fulham, Cardiff and Norwich

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After a long and grueling Premier League season, Cardiff, Fulham and Norwich have bitten the dust. Instead of looking forward to another year of outings at Old Trafford, Anfield, the Emirates and Stamford Bridge, these three clubs will travel to … Continue reading

5 Classic Premier League Footballers From The Past: A Walk Down Memory Lane, Part Two

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After the first part of classic Premier League footballers was well received, I decided to continue the series. Here are five more greats from memory lane: 1. Emerson The Brazilian central midfielder came to the Premier League during the Bryan … Continue reading

3 Tips to Succeed in the Football Manager Computer Game

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When starting with a Championship or Premier League club, the long-term goal in Football Manager is for complete domination unchallenged as the top club in Europe for a sustained period of time. Priority however is building a lasting legacy rather … Continue reading

Football Manager is More Than A Game; It’s A Gift From The Soccer Gods

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Formerly Championship Manager, now Football Manager (or FM, for short), the FM revolution is an exquisite slice of heaven handed to us from the soccer gods. If you haven’t played it, you don’t know what you’re missing. Over the 15 … Continue reading

5 Classic Premier League Footballers From The Past: A Walk Down Memory Lane

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Most soccer fans will know what I mean when I say that it’s a real joy recalling old player names from the past. Remembering the name of an obscure forward that played a handful of games for Arsenal in the … Continue reading

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