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  1. Tevez will be missed at Manchester United

    As Manchester United moved closer to their 18th championship, it was Carlos Tevez who made the back pages of the Sunday papers with the revelation that he probably wont be a Manchester United player next season. After months of speculation … Continue reading

  2. Next Season’s Bundesliga Kits

    See the full picture here! Football Shirt Culture has released a photo of next season strips for the current Bundesliga sides. What do people think? I am loving Dortmund’s shirts for next season. My favorite strip might be Hertha’s third … Continue reading

  3. Deja Vu All Over Again At Arsenal

    After watching Arsene Wenger’s young guns humiliated at home for the second time in less than a week, the perennial questions surrounding Le Professeur’s philosphy and transfer window policy are being whipped about in earnest. The possibility of a waning … Continue reading

  4. Serie A Roundup – Week 35

    Week 35 of the Serie A was full of tight matches showing the competitive balance of Italy’s 1st Division of Football. Only one match had a goal differential of more than 2 goals and there were 6 draws over the … Continue reading

  5. La Liga Roundup – Week 35

    The magic number for Week 35 action in La Liga was 3. That number was massive as 7 of the 10 matches this weekend had at least 3 goals scored, in those matches 7 teams scored at least 3 goals … Continue reading

  6. Barcelona need another way

    It was called a victory for football. With the free-flowing, attack minded Barca defeating the dour hard-nosed boys from West London, with their stifling, aggressive and negative tactics. But it wasn’t total football that won Barca the game last Wednesday … Continue reading

  7. Guide to Bundesliga stadiums

    As the last World Cup hosts, Germany unsurprisingly have an array of impressive stadiums. There are no fewer than 11 football stadiums with a capacity of at least 50,000, 10 of which are called home by Bundesliga clubs. This is … Continue reading