Posts Tagged ‘neymar’

  1. Footballers and their Female Lookalikes


    September 22, 2013 by Sean Charles


  2. Video Round-Up of Tuesday’s Best Goals


    September 11, 2013 by Sean Charles

    A rundown of the best goals from Tuesday’s international matches:

    A Kolarov piledriver doubles Serbia’s first half lead away to Wales:


    Neymar tears through the heart of the Portuguese defence in this friendly match before neatly finishing off his solo effort:


    Hajrovic scores what could prove to be a historic goal for Bosnia in their 1-2 win over Slovakia as they now look very close to achieving that dream of automatically qualifying for World Cup 2014:


  3. Closing Thoughts on the Confederations Cup


    July 3, 2013 by Zac MacPhee


    Brazil can (and will) challenge for World Cup 2014

  4. Neymar versus Gargano


    June 27, 2013 by Sean Charles


  5. The Realistic Fantasy Transfer Rumours For Summer 2013


    May 23, 2013 by Sean Charles

    Here is a rundown of the rumoured biggest transfers of the upcoming transfer window:


    Radamel Falcao to Monaco


    Monaco, managed currently by Claudio Ranieri, made headlines last summer with the signing of highly rated River Plate youngster Lucas Ocampos for 16 million.  The Russian billionaire in charge of AS Monaco, Dmitry Rybolovlev, is determined to once again help the club scale the heights of French football and he sees the signing Falcao as a major stepping stone in this development that will serve to attract other stars to the club.  It is said if the move happens Falcao will double his wage and there may even be a clause inserted into the contract which could allow him to leave the club after a season as Monaco are currently in a dispute with the rest of French football concerning their laxed tax laws – something the other clubs feel gives them an unfair advantage.  The speculated price of the transfer is rumoured to be around €60m.

  6. Copa Libertadores 2012: Memorable Moments of the Knock-Out Rounds


    July 3, 2012 by Sean Charles

    Tonight we saw the first leg of the Copa Libertadores final between Boca Juniors and Corinthians. As ever, the competition this season has been another drama filled spectacle, swinging from the sublime to the ridiculous. Here are some of the most memorable moments of the knock-out rounds so far.

    Universidad de Chile and Santos Mesmerize us in the last 16:
    Chilean giants Universidad de Chile and last season’s Copa Libertadores winners Santos both struggled badly in the first leg away ties of the last 16. Both teams were playing away at clubs in the highest capital cities of the world: Bolivar in La Paz (Bolivia) and Deportivo Quito in Quito (Ecuador). Altitude is often a major factor in these Copa Libertadores ties.

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