May 2, 2013 by Sean Charles
April 24, 2013 by Sean Charles
Manchester United cantered to their 20th league title on Monday night, ending the foregone conclusion the title race had become towards the final third of the season. The emphatic gap between United and City stands as a testament to the frightening consistency Ferguson’s side displayed this season. This in itself is an ode to the seemingly unending ability Sir Alex has of breeding winning teams time and time again. When you compare the two squads of the Manchester teams, there is no obvious difference in quality between the two. The difference lies only in the managers.
April 16, 2013 by David Bolt
Last Saturday in the Premier League, there was a game between Reading and Southampton. This was a game with huge implications for the Premier League relegation battle, with Reading bottom of the league and Southampton still not out of danger.
With about 15 minutes to go in the game, with Southampton leading 0-2, Reading’s Adam Le Fondre headed the ball at goal. Southampton goalkeeper Artur Boruc ended up turning what should’ve been a routine save into a drama, by stumbling backwards and appearing to carry the ball over the goal line.
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April 14, 2013 by Rami El Chamaa
This post was written by StanLDN from /r/soccer. All credit goes out to him.
The easiest way for me to give you guys some perspective is to make reference to this stadium plan:
Before I start, I’d like to first congratulate Wigan – this has unfortunately overshadowed what should be their headline. They were deserving winners and played some very decent stuff throughout. Enjoy your big day and best of luck.
Where did the brawl happen?
April 13, 2013 by Sean Charles
This is the start of a weekly series we will be doing on players of the past from all over the world that we feel have been forgotten or were under-appreciated during their playing days. This may give some people a chance to view players they had misremembered or even bring these talents to those who have never heard of them.
Karim Bagheri was an Iranian midfielder who came to prominence during the late 90s and through to the 00s. He possessed an almighty right foot and frequently scored goals from midfield most players can only dream about. Despite being one of the iconic players in Asia during his playing years, his career went by relatively unnoticed by most in the West.
April 10, 2013 by Rami El Chamaa
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