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Why Diego Simeone Will Get The Best Out Of Fernando Torres

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone has led his club to numerous honors since he assumed control in December 2011. Over the course of three years, the 44-year-old Argentine has led Los Colchoneros to a Europa League title, UEFA Super Cup, … Continue reading

Lukas Podolski Nearing Arsenal Exit As Inter Milan Target The German Striker

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski is on the verge of a switch to Inter Milan, according to various reports emanating from Italy. The German international has made 13 appearances for the Gunners in all competitions this season – but only two … Continue reading

Sami Khedira Wants To Renew Real Madrid Contract And Will Fight For His Position

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Midfielder Sami Khedira has been the odd-man out at Real Madrid in recent times. The German international has been plagued with injuries since last season and has seen his relationship with officials at the Spanish club all but dissolved. The 27-year-old is … Continue reading

Analyzing The 10th Edition of The AFF Suzuki Cup

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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The 10th edition of the biennial AFF Suzuki Cup has come to a close and the tournament delivered a final to remember. To say that the tussle between Malaysia and Thailand delivered thrills, spills and no little entertainment would be quite … Continue reading

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Antoine Griezmann Shines During Volatile Match At The New San Mames

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Atletico Madrid winger Antoine Griezmann scored a hat-trick and propelled Diego Simeone’s side to a 4-1 victory over Athletic Bilbao during a volatile match at the new San Mames on Sunday. Those who witnessed the La Liga contest will testify … Continue reading

AFF Suzuki Cup – The Other Side of the Soccer World

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The Premier League’s December program is starting to click into full gear and plenty of eyes in South East Asia will be looking on the games with the usual fanatical interest. Football is huge in South East Asia, from Vietnam … Continue reading

Everton Manager Roberto Martinez Wary of Improving QPR

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Roberto Martinez thinks timing is not in Everton's favour ahead of Monday's Premier League clash with QPR. Rangers have won two of their last three games, beating fellow strugglers Leicester and Burnley to climb out of the relegation zone. QPR's … Continue reading

Cyber Monday Sale: Get 25% Off Your Soccer Gear Sitewide at World Soccer Shop

Posted on by Alex Muller
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World Soccer Shop is having a Cyber Monday sale today where they’re offering a 25% discount on all orders, so you can save on your favorite soccer shirts, MLS gear, cleats and anything else soccer related you want to get … Continue reading

Alan Pardew Thanks His Good Fortune For Signing Ayoze Perez

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Speaking ahead of Saturday’s match against West Ham, Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew admitted his side were fortunate to find striker Ayoze Perez. The English club were able to beat out the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona for the young forward’s signature this … Continue reading

The Only Thing Slowing Real Madrid Down Is The International Break

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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The only thing preventing Real Madrid from completely running away with La Liga is the fact that Carlo Ancelotti’s side stumbled out of the starting blocks; losing to Real Sociedad and Atletico Madrid during the opening weeks of the Spanish campaign. … Continue reading

Adnan Januzaj Experiencing Growing Pains At Manchester United

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Adnan Januzaj burst on the Premier League scene last season under former Manchester United manager David Moyes. The attacking midfielder was initially signed by Sir Alex Ferguson from Anderlecht in March 2011 and was eventually called up to United’s senior squad towards … Continue reading

Robin Van Persie Seen Having A Kickabout On The Streets Of Manchester [VIDEO]

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Manchester United striker Robin van Persie was spotted having a kickabout on the streets of Manchester. The Holland international was seen just off Potato Wharf – which is five minutes away from central Manchester – for what has been reported as the … Continue reading

Diego Godin Calls For Transparency In LFP Awards After Atletico Madrid Players Are Shut Out

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Atletico Madrid defender Diego Godin has called for more transparency in the LFP awards voting after he and his teammates were shut out of the La Liga honors on Monday night in the Spanish capital. Diego Simeone was named Best … Continue reading

Jamie Carragher Suggests Leaving Mario Balotelli Out Against Real Madrid [VIDEO]

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has suggested that Brendan Rodgers leave striker Mario Balotelli out of his starting eleven in order to give his side the best chance of beating Real Madrid on Wednesday. Speaking on Sky Sports: Monday Night Football, … Continue reading

Newcastle United Midfielder Jonas Gutierrez Runs Marathon Despite Battling Cancer

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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In September, the public was made aware of Newcastle United midfielder Jonas Gutierrez’s battle with testicular cancer after the player thanked fans via his Twitter account and during an interview with Argentinian television. At the time, the 31-year-old confirmed that he had … Continue reading

Premier League’s Game Abroad Proposal Will Be Met By A Fierce Backlash From Supporters

Posted on by Matt Jones
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After pleading with your boss to let you out a few minutes early, you just about make the train in time. Still uncomfortable in work attire on a jam-packed carriage, you occasionally wonder why you bother. Why not just go … Continue reading

Papiss Cisse’s Performances Have Granted Alan Pardew A Stay Of Execution

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Over the past few weeks, it appeared Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew was a dead-man walking. A large section of the club’s supporters, – who were fed up with a year’s worth of dismal performances – had focused their attention … Continue reading

Barcelona Set Up For Domestic Success And Champions League Failure

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Last May, when Luis Enrique was appointed manager of Barcelona, the 44-year-old inherited a group of players that hadn’t lived up to the lofty expectations of previous Barcelona sides. Former coach “Tata” Martino played a role in the Catalan club’s domestic … Continue reading