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  1. Bilbao Analyzes Players´ Futures

    Athletic Bilbao´s Basque only policy puts them is quite a distinct disadvantage in today´s more globalized football industry.  They see themselves Although it is still early, and Athletic Bilbao once again see themselves fighting to avoid relegation (as them along … Continue reading

  2. The Bundesliga’s Most Booked

    Football is not always a beautiful game; sometimes bookings are necessary. Thankfully, we’re on hand to keep all these bookings straight. There are 34 distinct offences that the DFB considers bookable. In their honor I’ve written this paean to the … Continue reading

  3. Gol TV Makes Weekend Debut In Europe

    The network will make its debut in Spanish television screen this weekend when they transmit weekend’s matches from Europe and throughout South America.  Spanish network Mediapro joined forces with the all-soccer network and they were able to agree with regional … Continue reading

  4. Gago Out For A Month

    Real Madrid midfielder Fernando Gago became the second South American international to have to miss an extended period of time after Champions League play.  Gago will be out for close to a month after suffering a level two muscle tear … Continue reading

  5. Charles Renkin to Arsenal? Some Thoughts

    The recent press reports linking Arsenal and other Premier League clubs to 14 year old attacking midfielder Charles Renken whose sterling play for the US U-17 team in the Bradenton Invitational last year caught many eyes is terrifying from my … Continue reading

  6. Bundesliga Statistics: Week Four

    Goals Total – 29 goals Season Total – 109 Season High – 33 (Week 3) Season Low – 18 (Week 2) Average/Game – 3.63 Season Average/Game – 3.11 Season High Average/Game – 3.67 (Week 3) Season Low Average/Game – 2.00 … Continue reading

  7. Championship Table

    Here is the current Coca-Cola Championship Table as of 17 September 2008. Postion   Team                                       Games Played     Goal Difference  Points 1.             Wolves                                       6                           12                          16 2.             Birmingham                              6                            6                           16 3.             Preston NE                               6                            5                            14 4.             QPR                                           6                            4                            13 5.             Reading                                     6                            6                            10 6.            Cardiff City                                6                            2                            10 … Continue reading