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The Barca Plan B Debate

  After Barcelona’s defeat to Milan, it didn’t take long for many to get their views across that the Catalans desperately needed a Plan B; meaning that in games like that, they need to be able to have a different option, should things not go to plan. Twitter timelines were the primary location for a […]

The Spice Boy Era: Jason McAteer

Jason McAteer was born in Birkenhead, on Merseyside. Primarily a right-sided defender or center midfielder, he began life playing for Marine F.C, a small club in Liverpool. He represented the Republic Of Ireland at international level and won 52 caps. McAteer was spotted by Bolton Wanderers scouts at the age of 20 while playing for Marine […]

Ronaldinho Returns To Face England

Luis Felipe Scolari has recalled former Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldinho into his 20 man Brazil squad to face England in February. The friendly takes place at Wembley on February 6th and will mark the F.A’s 150th anniversary. Ronaldinho is now 32 and has not appeared for Brazil for over a year. The former AC Milan […]

Pep Guardiola’s Task of Reinventing The Wheel

  Pep Guardiola is set to manage FC Bayern München from next season, the club have confirmed. Chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said: “We are very pleased that we have succeeded in getting Pep Guardiola, who was courted by many famous clubs. Pep Guardiola is one of the most successful coaches in the world. We look […]

Ligue 1 Players Expected To Transfer This January

Bafetimbi Gomis Gomis has turned heads from various clubs around Europe with his stunning finishing and brilliant individual performances for Lyon this season. Gomis has intrigued clubs including the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham. With several big clubs after his signature, Gomis could well be set for a move away from Lyon this January. […]

Tackling Racism Full On

  We simple must ban racists from our game and fight racism full on. In the wake of the ‘walk off’ by Kevin-Prince Boateng and his Milan teammates, racism rears its ugly head once again. Boateng and other Milan players were subject to racial abuse from the stands, which led to the Ghanaian international kicking […]

A Look At What The January Transfer Window Means For Arsenal, Theo Walcott and Who Arsenal Could Sign This January?

  With the transfer window now officially open clubs around the world will be looking to strengthen their squad or move players on. However, the January transfer window is not favoured by most managers with several teams unlikely to conduct much transfer business at all, if any. I can understand why some managers and clubs […]