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Pepe Keita

Seydou Keita Refuses to Shake Hands With Pepe & Throws Watter Bottle at Him

Posted on 30 Jul, 2014, by in Soccer

Some teams and players can make a friendly match look like something a lot more serious, as Seydou Keita not shaking hands with Pepe just before the start of the AS Roma vs Real Madrid exhibition match resulted in something of a scuffle on the pitch, which included the Malian midfielder nearly hitting the Portuguese centre back with a water bottle. More

Barcelona vs Real Madrid

Barcelona vs Real Madrid – The Arms Race Never Ends

Posted on 28 Jul, 2014, by in Soccer

In the world of the Spanish La Liga, there is only room for two teams. Even if both Barcelona and Real Madrid don’t enter this season as champions, something that hasn’t happened in ten years, the focus is always on them and on the signings they’ve made this summer – Luis Suarez, Ivan Rakitic, James Rodriguez and Toni Kroos to begin with. We all know there’s going to be more. More


FC Barcelona – Marquinhos Will be the Next Centre Back They Try to Sign

Posted on 24 Jul, 2014, by in Soccer

One centre back isn’t enough to complete the revolution Barcelona are trying to accomplish when it comes to their defensive players. Marquinhos of PSG, the young Brazilian centre back they’ve tried to sign in the past, might be the one coming next. More

Louis van Gaal

Manchester United – Louis van Gaal Shows Just How Bad David Moyes Was

Posted on 24 Jul, 2014, by in Soccer

One win is nothing. A preseason win is even less. And yet Manchester United seem to be heading into a completely different season with Louis van Gaal in charge at the manager position, already looking like the perfect man for the job after the mess and shambles left in the wake of David Moyes not even finishing the season. More

Raphael Varane

Transfer Rumors 2014 – Chelsea Interested in Signing Rapahel Varane

Posted on 24 Jul, 2014, by in Soccer

Feeling unhappy at Real Madrid according to rumors, there’s a chance that Raphael Varane will be reunited with the manager who have him his first chance at first-team football at the club as Chelsea will attempt to sign the international French centre back. More

Antisemitic & Anti-Israel Pro Palestinians Attack Maccabi Haifa Players in Austria

Posted on 23 Jul, 2014, by in Miscellaneous, Soccer

Instead of completing a preseason match between Lille and Maccabi Haifa in Austria, ugly scenes that looked like a fight club ended the contest, as the hatred towards Israel and Jews that has been sweeping Europe in the guise of being Pro Palestinian and caring about what’s going on in Gaza led to thugs invading the pitch and attacking players of the Israeli team. More

Jeremy Mathieu

FC Barcelona – Jeremy Mathieu Isn’t the Answer

Posted on 23 Jul, 2014, by in Soccer

Sometimes it’s difficult to understand how some teams spend so much money on a completely ordinary, but here it is: Barcelona lay their hopes on fixing their defensive problems by the addition of Jeremy Mathieu for an incredible price considering his ability and age, even though everyone knows it’s not enough. More

Arturo Vidal

Manchester United Not Giving Up the Chase After Arturo Vidal

Posted on 22 Jul, 2014, by in Soccer

A summer of change for Manchester United, focused mainly on improving their defense and midfield. They’ve been going after a number of players who seem to be alluding them, including Arturo Vidal of Juventus, that reports in Italy suggest might cost them at least €40 million. More

Steven Gerrard

Liverpool FC – Steven Gerrard Can Focus on What’s Important

Posted on 22 Jul, 2014, by in Soccer

No more England for Steven Gerrard, only Liverpool. Gerrard isn’t to blame for England not succeeding in the World Cup during the four tournaments he’s been part of the squad, even though the last couple of days have been about diminishing his legacy. In truth, he doesn’t need it. Gerrard, when he steps away from playing football, will be remembered as a Liverpool legend, and his achivements with the club will be enough to etch his name in the history of English football. More

Alexis Sanchez

Arsenal FC – Alexis Sanchez Doesn’t Make Olivier Giroud Any Better

Posted on 22 Jul, 2014, by in Soccer

The excitement spreading over Arsenal fans because of another summer that proves Arsene Wenger isn’t just about developing and saving money won’t last a long time if he doesn’t bring in more players. Relying on Olivier Giroud as the team’s lone striker was a bad idea last season, and it will remain just as bad this season if no one to at least give him some push and shove in the rotation arrives. More