Archive | October, 2010

Arsenal vs. West Ham United–Full Match Highlights

Song's Celeberation after scoring

Arsenal met West Ham in a London derby to stay behind the league leaders Chelsea. Despite having made great chances Arsenal couldn’t convert them as West Ham United goalkeeper Robert Green stood unbeaten and denied each & every chance. West Ham showed a great consistency and a great game but couldn’t hold on to it at the end, and a thumping header from Alex Song on Gael Clichy’s cross sealed the victory for Arsenal.

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United 2-0 Spurs & Detailed look at the “perfectly legitimate” goal + Reaction

Tottenham left disappointed and confused at the final whistle, as Manchester United continued their fantastic unbeaten run against the North-Londoners but in some contreversial fashion, when the 2nd goal was allowed to stand by referee Mark Clattenburg.

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Villa turns the BLACK magic into WHITE as five star Barca Slaughter Sevilla


Lionel Messi and David Villa bagged two goals apiece as Barcelona cruised to an impressive win at home to 10-man Sevilla at the Nou Camp to stay within a point of leaders Real Madrid.

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Black magic on VILLA ?

David Villa struggling to find form ? NO. Many, including our very own Football Realm  staff have been wondering just why FC Barcelona and Spanish International forward David Villa cannot seem to score for his new club.  Well, ask no more.  Madrid-based sports daily Marca has uncovered the ‘truth.’

David Villa

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McLeish: “Foster has started better than Hart”

Birmingham City manager Alex McLeish has hailed the immediate impact made by summer signing Ben Foster, and believes he has better start to his career at St Andrews than former Blues keeper Joe Hart did.


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UAE Clubs after United Legendary Trio

trioAs the golden trio of United are growing older and older yet we could only see them improving all the time. The legendary stars are being chased by UAE top clubs. It has been reported that the evergreen star, Ryan Giggs is set to be offered a staggering £200,000 a week to finish his career in the Middle East. Fellow veterans Paul Scholes and Gary Neville are also not far behind and can also expect mega deals from top Dubai clubs. The super rich top outfits in the UAE League, including David O’Leary’s Al Ahli, have already discussed plans to sign the trio next summer.

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Beckham: “Real would be number one” (video)

David Beckham predicted Thursday that his former club Real Madrid will win La Liga this season during an interview with Spanish television where he also praised Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho and the squad that he’s got.

David Beckham

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The Gunners have all what it takes to be the champions!

Arsenal Chaps5 years, Not even a single trophy? People might frown upon but I still see positive vibes we always leave once we step in to the ground. I see the league and say to myself, staying in the top four ever since Wenger came is an achievement. I think what I can be sure of is that no other club could ever be so consistent on bringing up the youth and grooming them. Seriously, we probably have the world’s youngest captain in our team who has always proven himself and is known as the Midfield-Maestro. Leave alone winning the trophies, that is just one thing but Arsenal are known for their style and love for the beautiful game.

Other clubs must have got many talented players but one thing which differs Arsenal from all of them is how they turn their kids from “Nobody” into “Somebody”. Arsenal must have failed to achieve a silverware since they left Highbury but one thing which they never left is there style. Cesc Fabregas once when asked about the silverware drought in one of the recent defeats this season, he answered that he’d rather love to lose in style than winning without it. In this game of football style matters more than money. I mean, one can not sit back and enjoy the show hoping that some Business Tycoon will come and purchase the club, promising them the success, it’s the attitude which takes you ahead not the money. What if that Business Tycoon finds no reason to hold on to the club, finding it unprofitable rather expense creating, and selling the club; Your success is doomed then if you’ve not relied on yourself. Be self sufficient! That’s the main thing. Just Go with the Flow. Acquire some style and stick to it, rather buying big names and gaining the least from it.

When we look at the past five years, what Arsenal were left with when they sold almost all their big players, was a 56 year old soft-spoken manager, with inexperienced young players and huge debts. It takes years to build a team from a scratch, it has just been only five. With the likes of the rising stars such as Theo Walcott, Jack Wilshere, Samir Nasri, Aaron Ramsey, Song, Denilson, Eastmond and many others it wouldn’t be hard for Arsenal to claim the trophies. There I have an advice to the Arsenal fans; Hey guys wait for at least for a season or two and your players will shine as bright as they should because the gunners have all what it takes to be the Champions!

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Red Blooded Rooney

RooneyJust when most of the United supporters started to think that Rooney would end at up at the Eastlands, all of sudden the saga took a U-turn when Rooney signed a new 5-year contract for the Red Devils shattering the dreams of millions.

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Another Forward? Another waste of talent?

Edin DzekoUntil last week, City fans were already celebrating Rooney signing and thousands of City+Rooney shirts were sold in no time. Some fans even tattooed themselves with City+Rooney Tattoos which made them look silly in the end. Newspapers and Media now say that after missing out on Manchester United hitman, Wayne Rooney, City are now going all out for Bosnian Forward Edin Dzeko.

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Spurs keane on getting a new striker

Tottenham are looking to offload their Irish international Robbie Keane, as they join the race for signing Porto’s Falcao after already showing interest in Atletico Madrid star Diego Forlan.

Radamel Falcao

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Carling Cup: Manchester United 3–2 Wolves (Highlights)

Carling Cup

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Leftback Dilemma for Merseyside

Fabio Coentrao

Liverpool crisis is far from reaching to an end as they remain in the relegation zone. Now that NESV has taken over, Hodgson will be keen to spend wisely to elevate the club to match the ambitions. The club is reportedly tracking Coentrao and made the Leftback their top transfer priority for January Transfer Window. Fabio Coentrao, who plays for Portuguese side Benfica in Primeira Liga, would be a shrewd aquisition for the club’s long-term future.

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Rooney’s joy tempered after an injury knock

Wayne Rooney after resolving his careers doubt at the Old Trafford has sustained an ankle injury. The English International was removed from the training ground on Tuesday, Rooney picked up this injury at Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League last season.

Wayne Rooney

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Caption iT Special!

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United–Turkish Airlines TV Commercial


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Wenger confident over Cesc stay beyond 2011

According to Arsene Wenger, Cesc Fabregas has too much love for the club[Arsenal] to leave else he would have left a season ago. The 61 year old is optimistic about the fact that Barcelona is just an attraction, and their captain would give another go for the much needed trophy before going to Barcelona.

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Keane’s Tottenham future in doubt

Robbie Keane’s long-term future at Tottenham is on the line after a spiky exchange with Harry Redknapp.

Robbie Keane

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