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Benitez To Profit from Manager Merry go Round

Benitez To Profit from Manager Merry go Round

With the rumour mill in full swing, one man who could be in high demand this summer is Napoli manager Rafael Benitez. If rumours are to be believed, then Manuel Pellegrini and Carlo Ancelotti could both be out of jobs at the end of the season and Benitez will one of the favourites to replace […]

You are Ticketing the Mickey?

You are Ticketing the Mickey?

When your team gets to a major cup final, every fan wants to be there to support and cheer them to victory. These days, doing just that is becoming increasingly hard. Why? Because the governing bodies are too busy filling their own pockets rather than caring about the fans.   We see it multiple times […]

What Should Tottenham’s Main Priority Be?

What Should Tottenham’s Main Priority Be?

After beating Sheffield United 1-0 at White Hart Lane in what was a cagey match on Wednesday night, Tottenham are making good progress in all of the four competitions they are featuring in this season. However, the next 30 days will be crucial for the club, as they play matches in the Europa League, League Cup, […]

Chelsea signings are the key

Chelsea signings are the key

The best defensive record in the league last year, two major signings and one of the best managers in the world. How could you look past Chelsea?   Chelsea start this years Premier League campaign with an away tie against newly promoted Burnley on Sunday, it is the perfect place to showcase their new signings […]

Teams to watch 2014/15

Teams to watch 2014/15

11.REAL MADRID The “Galacticos“. Toni Kroos, James Rodriguez, Gareth Bale, Carlo Ancelotti and Cristiano Ronaldo. Wow! Stars everywhere. Can they defend their Champions League? A feat that has never been done. What a team. Can Carlo make them click? If yes, lets give them the trophy now. Lets not get over emotional though. They may […]

The Quadrennial World Cup Transfer Awards (PART TWO)

The Quadrennial World Cup Transfer Awards (PART TWO)

Every four years, FIFA sucks up 74.8% of the world’s best football players and poops them out into whichever tax-free toilet it deems most appealing. And every four years, people from all around the world, tune in to watch these players fight, scratch and… Rivaldo their way around the world’s greatest marketing platform… And what happens when you mix footballing talent with publicity? Thaaaaaatttttt’s right! […]

The Quadrennial World Cup Transfer Awards (PART ONE)

The Quadrennial World Cup Transfer Awards (PART ONE)

Every four years, FIFA sucks up 74.8% of the world’s best football players and poops them out into whichever tax-free toilet it deems most appealing. And every four years, people from all around the world, tune in to watch these players fight, scratch and… Rivaldo their way around the world’s greatest marketing platform… And what happens when you mix footballing talent with publicity? Thaaaaaatttttt’s right! […]

Spurs make it into Europe at the expense of United

Spurs make it into Europe at the expense of United

It has been a long season for Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur both on and off the pitch. As we began the final day of fixtures, United were 3 points adrift of the North London club with a superior goal difference, meaning if Spurs lost and United won, the blushes of the Manchester Club would be […]

Why AC Milan should avoid the Europa League at all costs

Why AC Milan should avoid the Europa League at all costs

The Italian giants have been synonymous with the UEFA Champions League ever since its inception in the mid 1950’s. Needless to say, however, Milan are not the side they once were. Invariable financial issues have plagued the club in recent years, consequently condemning the seven time European champions to demoralising times. Nonetheless, the Europa League […]

UEFA Europa League- Benfica stuns Juventus

UEFA Europa League- Benfica stuns Juventus

  Benfica has defeated Juventus 2-1 in the first leg of their UEFA Europa League semi-final at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon. The Portuguese side entered the match off the back of their 33rd Primeira Liga title victory, with Miralem Sulejmani and Lazar Markovic starting for the squad. Juventus has not won a European […]

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