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March 5th, 2015 — 4:57am

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Lazio recieving consequences after Racial Chanting

February 19th, 2015 — 3:55am

Lazio could be receiving consequences from the racial chanting of their own fans after Genoa defeated them 1-0 on February 9.

Niang and Edenilson of Genia were the victims of the racial chants that were going on during the match and at one point in the game, the referee even had to stop the match for a few seconds and talk to the players that were on the receiving end of the chants.

A report from the LegaSerie A’ weekly’s disciplinary read: “Approximately 50 percent of the 7,700 Lazio supporters situated in the area known as the ‘Curva Nord’ aimed shouts and chants unequivocally expressing racially motivated discrimination towards the players number 11 Niang and 21 Edenilson of the opposition team,” In view of the dimension and the actual perception of the chants for this reason, Lazio will be obliged to play one game without fans in the area known as the ‘Curva Nord.’ Continue reading »

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Hello Neyul – @BigGrantHolt Tribute to Norwich City’s New Manager Neil Adams #NCFC

February 4th, 2015 — 10:57pm

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Blackburn Rovers best Team in Championship last Week

January 17th, 2015 — 5:14am

Blackburn Rovers have been one of the inform teams in the Championship over the last few weeks.

This has propelled them to within one point off the final play-off spot. They have been undefeated in the last five league matches, while teams above them like Watford and Ipswich Town have not been able to maintain the same form. One of the reasons for this much improved form has been the second half performance of the team. They have been rather poor in the first half, but Gary Bowyer has been able to inspire his team very well for a rousing second-half performance. Continue reading »

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NORWICH CITY v BAYERN MUNICH UEFA Cup 1993-94 ALL GOALS (both legs)

January 7th, 2015 — 4:49pm

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YAYA ROLLERCOASTER

December 11th, 2014 — 2:37pm

This year has been a rollercoaster ride for Yaya Toure as the African midfielder has had to deal with issues not only inside the pitch and in the club but also outside of the playing grounds as well.

Yaya Toure was believed to be on verge of leaving Manchester City due to problems involving his teammates or his club not congratulating him for his birthday and also other more serious issues popped up when his brother died and even with this incident according to rumors, Manchester City did not allow him on making a visit to his family.

All of these are rumors as nothing can be officially confirmed or analyzed but Yaya Toure has recently stated that he wants to leave all of those problems in the past and just focus on what lies ahead in the season with the Premier League and the Champions League being some of the main objective of Manchester City in this season and Toure wants to help his teammates and club in their journey of obtaining those major pieces of silverware.

“For me the most important thing is I try to do my best for the team. Sometimes people are not thinking we are human beings; people are always trying to criticize you even though you are a human being. So I never think about those things, I always try to focus on my team. The Premier League is important, and whenever we lose we will get criticized. But we’ve just got to fight until the end: our squad is fantastic and we know exactly how to fight all the way in this league’’ Yaya Toure told the media.

Toure made an outstanding performance in Manchester City’s victory over Southampton as the African midfielder scored a goal and was one of the best players on the pitch.

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Grant Holt , King Horse of Norwich City

December 10th, 2014 — 10:48am

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Summer signed Luke Shaw sees Man United’s potential

November 18th, 2014 — 3:03pm

Manchester United’s summer signing Luke Shaw says that he is starting to see the potential for a scary team with the way United have been improving over the last few months. The club started poorly under new manager Louis Van Gaal and it took them several matches just to get the first win out of the way. Since then, they have had some good results including the victory over Everton. Shaw, who faced public criticism from the manager about his poor fitness upon his arrival to United, has been featuring more regularly in recent weeks.

The use of a proper left back has aided United in improving the attack and defence. One of the best matches that they have played this season came in the 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Sunday. It needed a late equaliser from star striker Robin van Persie to secure a point against the table leaders, but it is a point that keeps them in the hunt for the top four. Returning to the Champions League is vital for a club like United partly because of the finances involved but largely because of the prestige. Shaw expressed his confidence that United can still catch Chelsea, who worked in points ahead of them, since there is a long time left in the season.

“It has been a fight, but we talk in the dressing room and at training and we know we’ve still got the best to come. I don’t think we are playing our best at the moment, although you saw bits against Chelsea. It will take time, but when we are all on form, I think we are going to be a scary team to face. Yeah, of course [we can catch Chelsea]. It’s a long season and we’re at the start of it so you don’t know what will happen during the middle of season,” said Shaw.

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