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  • Friday, February 12

    Sporting Gijon vs. Rayo Vallecano, 2:30pm, beIN SPORTS en Espanol and fuboTV

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Cesc Fabregas Claims the Armband

Every summer sees rampant speculation that Barcelona will finally pull Cesc Fabregas away from Arsenal.  In the lead up to Saturday’s North London Derby, even former Gunner Emmanuel Adebayor once again fueled rumors by saying that if Arsenal fail to qualify for the Champions League, then Fabregas will be on […]

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Clint Dempsey Injury Concern

As I am sure all fans of football in America are now aware, Clint Dempsey, the most recognizable and successful United States outfield player in Europe has suffered a potentially devestating injury in today’s Fulham loss to Blackburn. Dempsey, who only minutes earlier had hit the crossbar with a spectacular […]

Taking away to-go food; 5 soccer clubs that have clamped down on players’ bad eating habits

Former Manchester United manager David Moyes admits he put a stop to the players’ pre-match ritual of eating chips during his time at Old Trafford because some of his squad were overweight. Rio Ferdinand criticized the move in his autobiography ‘£2Sides’ last September, after Moyes had been sacked at United […]

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Stilitano talks International Champions Cup TV rights, MLS involvement and player availability

The 2016 edition of the International Champions Cup, a soccer tournament featuring many of the world’s greatest teams, will return to North America and Europe this summer and will feature 12 games, said Charlie Stilitano, co-founder and chairman of Relevent Sports, in an interview with World Soccer Talk Radio. “This […]

Match fixing in UK football, the history and future

  It’s a miracle how little football in the UK has been affected from match making scandals compared to other countries like Italy for example. So, there may be two possibilities for this, either football fixing in the UK is hard to detect or there is none. Nevertheless, there have […]