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Spain clinch World Cup spot

Spain the 11th Team to Qualify for the 2018 World Cup

Posted on 7 Oct, 2017, by in Soccer

In a surprise to no one, Spain clinched their spot in the 2018 World Cup, securing the top spot in Group G of the UEFA qualifiers following their 3-0 win over Albania. More

Pep Guardiola

The “Pep Guardiola” Theory About England Winning the World Cup

Posted on 6 Oct, 2017, by in Soccer

Having just qualified for the World Cup, you can expect England fans and especially media outlets to get carried away, thinking about winning the tournament. The fact that England were knocked out in the group stage in 2014 and have been to only one semi final since 1966 will not change their mind. More

Harry Kane

The 10 Qualified Teams to the 2018 World Cup So Far

Posted on 6 Oct, 2017, by in Soccer

As the qualifying stage to the 2018 World Cup in Russia is nearing the finish line, there are 10 sides already making plans for next summer, clinching their spot in the tournament. This obviously includes hosts Russia, joining Brazil, Germany, Mexico and England among others. More

Kenny Miller, Roy Carroll

10 Worst Teams in Premier League History

Posted on 1 Oct, 2017, by in Featured, Soccer

0 points, 0 goals, 17 conceded. Crystal Palace, after 7 matches, are on pace to become the worst team in the history of the Premier League. Until that becomes official, here are the 10 worst seasons in the history fo the Premier League (38 matches format), including a few Sunderland teams and one awful Derby side. More

Harry Kane Tottenham

The Top English Scorer in Each Premier League Season

Posted on 27 Sep, 2017, by in Soccer

The Premier League is played in England, but no league in the world has its international appeal and it’s multinational perception. Contrary to the trend of foreign stars swarming to the league’s top and mid-tier clubs, the league’s Golden Boot winner (for top scorer) has been English over the last two years. More

Premier League: Manchester United Crush Everton 4-0

Posted on 17 Sep, 2017, by in Soccer

After dropping points for the first time this season, Manchester United and Jose Mourinho went back to their impressive form, beating Everton 4-0 thanks to a late blitz that made the match look more one sided than it actually was, as an early Antonio Valencia goal was complemented with strikes from Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Romelu Lukaku and a Anthony Martial penalty. More

Sergio Aguero

Premier League: Week 5 Goals, Highlights & Table

Posted on 16 Sep, 2017, by in Soccer

Nothing new under the sun in another Premier League week: Manchester City and Sergio Aguero are running all over their opponents, Liverpool keep dropping points to Burnley and Crystal Palace continue to lose without scoring. One thing that has changed is Bournemouth: First win, first points of the season. More

Lionel Messi

No One Believes in Barcelona Anymore, But That Doesn’t Bother Lionel Messi

Posted on 9 Sep, 2017, by in Soccer

It’s been almost a decade since Barcelona entered a season as underdogs in the title run. Today, in a 5-0 win over Espanyol, was the first time Los Cules looked like a title team, even if most of it was Lionel Messi taking his ability and execution up a notch, finishing with an effortless hat trick. More

Gabriel Jesus

Premier League: Week 4 Goals, Highlights & Table

Posted on 9 Sep, 2017, by in Soccer

The day opened with Manchester City thrashing Liverpool at the Etihad with Leroy Sane and Gabriel Jesus each scoring twice, and it ended with Manchester United drawing to end their perfect start to the season. In between, Arsenal finally won, Chelsea and Tottenham looked good away from home and another London side, Watford, remained undefeated with an impressive victory at Southampton. More

Gabriel Jesus, Sergio Aguero

Manchester City vs Liverpool: Goals & Sadio Mane Red Card

Posted on 9 Sep, 2017, by in Soccer

The opening match of week 4 in the Premier League was one that won’t be forgotten for a while: Manchester City beat Liverpool 5-0, taking full advantage of Sadio Mane getting sent off for his high boot on goalkeeper Ederson. Sergio Aguero gave the home side the lead before the sending off. Gabriel Jesus and Leroy Sane both scored twice after it. More