MAN U BOSS VAN GAAL EYES ARSENAL WIN

Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal aims at defeating their rival arsenal completely in their next tie after they claimed the top spot in the English Premier League table.

They emerged to… more

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September 28, 2015

ARSENAL SHOULD BE HAVING BETTER LUCK; RANIERI

Leicester coach Claudio Ranieri has spoken out ahead of a sumptuous clash between a doggedly determined Leicester City and a teetering Arsenal side that has recently been rejuvenated by… more

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September 25, 2015

ALL’S NOT OVER YET: FA TELLS PAULISTA

Arsenal’s Gabriel Paulista is set to appear before a disciplinary hearing by the Football Association of UK this Friday, in a case whereby his conduct after being given a red card will be the… more

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September 25, 2015

Tom Brady Still The Top NFL Selling Jersey

Tom Brady the England Patriots quarterback is still the best selling in the NFL league, despite Deflate-gate controversy.

The first two weeks of the season have seen Brady’s jersey no… more

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September 25, 2015

The Rugby World Cup Might Be A Savior To American Football

Rugby is one of the most interesting sports to fans all over the world. It has now come knocking in the American base of fans.

Now rugby official hope that the 2015 rugby… more

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September 24, 2015

Martial leads Manchester United

Antony Martial scored for Manchester united a victory goal against Southampton during an English premier league match.

Through efforts from Sadio Mane and Graziano Pelle, Southampton had started… more

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September 21, 2015

Free To Air Sports Code Re-Signed by Major Corporations

Many of Britain’s most popular sports will continue to be broadcast on free-to-view television as opposed to paying services, it has been confirmed.

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September 20, 2015

Hall of Fame Soccer Coach at UConn Joe Morrone, Dies at 79

On Wednesday hall of fame Coach Joe Morrone has died at his home in Mansfield, Conn at the age of 79. He led the University of Connecticut to the title in 1981.

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September 19, 2015

Top Executive o FIFA Jerome Valcke Placed on Leave

The second highest ranking official at FIFA Jerome Valce was granted immediate leave and will be investigated for he is being accused for corruption, for selling tickets on a… more

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September 18, 2015

Arsenal stumbles at first hurdle

English Premier League outfit, Arsenal, embarrassingly stumbled at the first hurdle in their UEFA Champion’s League campaign last night.

The club was widely expected to win the match, their first… more

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September 17, 2015