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  1. Wesley Sneijder In Old Trafford Switch?

    Wesley Sneijder has been one of the most impressive players at the World Cup in South Africa, with his performances putting Holland into the World Cup final for the first time since 1978. Now, Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has … Continue reading

  2. AC Milan = American Club Milan?

    As always, it pays to take all off-season transfer rumors with a grain of salt.  But one rumor within the realm of possibility suggest a move of pure genius by the Rossoneri. Yahoo Sports is reporting that Fulham star and … Continue reading

  3. Uruguay 2-3 Holland: In Pictures

    There was something about the game between Uruguay and Netherlands that was sublime. And it wasn’t just the goals – even though all five were glorious. It was the way that both teams played their hearts out and the incredible … Continue reading

  4. Philipp Lahm Seeks Permanent Captaincy

    Reports out of the Germany camp first suggested that Philipp Lahm had created a rift in the team after declaring that he would not give up captaincy of the national team willingly, even with Michael Ballack’s return after the World … Continue reading

  5. Germany’s Opponents: Part 6 – Spain

    Spain’s entire 23-man squad, on paper, is the strongest in the tournament. They have players that possess unbelievable technical skills, and include many of the greatest passers in the game today. When a team can afford not to start Cesc … Continue reading

  6. Barcelona Chase Cesc Fabregas

    Barcelona splashed out on David Villa already this summer, tempting the hotshot Spaniard into the Camp Nou for £34.2 million. However, new president Sandro Rosell hasn’t finished there and he now plans a raid on Arsenal’s captain Cesc Fabregas. Fabregas … Continue reading

  7. Howard Webb Hopes For World Cup Final

    The former police officer from Rotherham, Howard Webb, has been one of 10 referees detained in South Africa by FIFA, so they can decide which officiating team will be part of the World Cup final. Webb and his two officials, … Continue reading