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Jose Mourinho Won’t Apologize For Labeling Arsene Wenger A ‘Specialist In Failure’

Speaking ahead of his club’s Super Sunday showdown with Arsenal, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho declined an opportunity to apologize to his counterpart Arsene Wenger for referring to long-serving Gunners’ boss as a “specialist in failure” last season. Mourinho reminded reporters that he made the verbal taunt in response to comments made by Wenger and would prefer […]

Arsenal Has Tallied Nearly 900 Injuries Since 2002

Arsenal has suffered a ridiculous 889 injuries (including illnesses) since the start of the 2002-03 season, according to a recent report by Physioroom.com. The nearly 900 injuries during the last 12 seasons (plus the first two months of the current campaign) is an astronomical number compared to other top Premier League […]

Serie A Matchday Six Preview

Serie A day six is the day of league leaders Juventus against AS Roma. The two major contenders for the Italian title are finally ready to battle face-to-face and provide us with more answers about who should be considered the favorite. Bianconeri and Giallorossi are the only two Italian teams […]

Previewing The USWNT’s Matches For December

The United State Women’s National Team will head south to Brazil this December to participate in a four-team international tournament, that includes host nation Brazil, China PR and Argentina. The US return to Brazil for their first game in 17 years to close out their 2014 year that included 24 […]

Top 5 Premier League Bets For Gameweek 7, 4-5 October

There’s some massive fixtures on this weekend’s Premier League betting coupon, with Chelsea v Arsenal and Man Utd v Everton on Sunday afternoon top of the billing. Easyodds.com editor Simon Hopper has an ROI of over 18% on his Premier League best bets since the start of the 2013/14 season […]

Barcelona Set Up For Domestic Success And Champions League Failure

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 and European decline last season. The Argentinian’s tactics and man-management […]

Danny Welbeck Benefiting From Consistent Play And Arsene Wenger’s Tutelage

It only took Danny Welbeck two Champions League appearances with Arsenal to become only the sixth Englishman to score a hat-trick in the European competition. The 23-year-old forward, who signed from Manchester United on Deadline Day, became only the third Gunner to score a hat-trick in the Champions League, after Thierry […]

Analyzing Adidas’ Steady Decline In North America

When thinking of the two main companies for sports, whether it may be footwear or kits, the names that immediately come to everyone’s mouths are Nike and Adidas. A good example of this is two of the biggest football/soccer clubs in Europe, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. Madrid is sponsored […]

Hull City August-September Progress Report

Team strengths: Strength in depth, Hull City have a very impressive squad as a whole, something that would’ve been a necessity if their European adventure was as successful as they would’ve had hoped. Bringing in players with the skill and experience of Hatem Ben Arfa, Gaston Ramirez and Michael Dawson […]

Europa League Matchday 2, US TV Information

Here is a complete list of LIVE showings for Matchday #2 of the Europa League to be played on Thursday, October 2nd (all times US Eastern): 11:00am Dinamo Moscow v PSV Eindhoven (espn3) 12:00pm FC Krasnodar v Everton (FoxSports-1 + espn3.com) 1:00pm VfL Wolfsburg v Lille (FoxSports-2) 1:00pm HNK Rijeka […]

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