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Manuel Pellegrini stole the hearts of Manchester


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After making goals at Manchester United, the press values appreciated the work of the Chilean technician and stressed that his project already beginning to take shape.

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The 5 Betting Favourites For The Premier League


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It’s that time of year again!

The Premier League will be kicking off soon, and that means it’s time for the speculation and predictions to begin. Additionally, it’s about time for those who like to bet on matches to start getting a handle on this year’s favourites. So before you start getting carried away with your bets, here’s a look at the 5 teams with the best odds on winning the League, as listed at Betfair.
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A comparison of Premier League megabucks player wages compare to yours


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How does £100,000-a-week sound to you? Like a dream? Like you’ve won the lottery? I bet it does. To the likes of Luis Suarez and Theo Walcott, this is a reality and something that happens every single week as part of their job! Lucky so and so’s! This interactive infographic compiled by Clear Debt shows you the amount of money that Premier League clubs are paying their top stars, and just how much debt they’re in – often as a direct consequence.

In recent years the digital world has been filled with infographics, new and innovative marketing tools that put a unique twist on traditional content. After all, why spend so long working on an ingenious newspaper campaign only to read the odd word between your chips and gravy outside the ground on match day? Tablet computers and smartphones have opened up a whole new world for marketing, allowing football fans covering endless motorway miles following their club each week to access the content anytime, anywhere.

Clubs such as Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City are known the world over as being some of Britain’s top clubs, even in Europe in many cases, but this doesn’t necessarily mean they’re on stable ground in terms of their bank accounts. Sure, they might be owned by millionaires and billionaires, but it’s always interesting to see how buying and paying the top players in the world affects success both on and off the pitch.

Manchester United, for instance, are owned by the Glazer family and last summer went out and spent £24million on Robin van Persie, a signing which significantly influenced their Premier League title winning season. However, the club remain £366million in debt!

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As youngsters stood on the terraces, we always dream of being out there, scoring the winning goal and earning thousands of pounds each week. For the majority of us, however, this dream doesn’t become reality and we’re left wondering what could’ve been the next time we hear about Wayne Rooney’s latest pay rise.

With this cool infographic, you can actually compare yourself to the game’s top players to see how your salary compares, how much they earn just while you’re looking at the page (it’ll make you sick trust me) and how often they earn your salary. It’s a great way for all fans to see their club in a whole new way – we know how well they do on the pitch each week, find out how they’re getting on off it and how you compare to your heroes. Then, see how your mates get on by sharing it on Twitter or Facebook.

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Why is it important for Chelsea to win Europa League to maintain the reputation of English Teams


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The blues are having a mixed season but they can yet emerge as English heroes.

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‘Joga Bonito’ and the Beautiful Game: Hooliganism Is Here To Stay


Firms, football hooliganism and middle-aged flab a dying art? Think again!

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Football hooliganism has no specific legal definition. The term was created by the media, the tabloid press in particular, in the mid-1960s. Since then, they have been extremely flexible and indeterminate in ascribing the “hooligan” label to different incidents. The perpetuation of football hooliganism can be linked to the high level of drama, aggression and petit mal that overcomes players in the 90 minutes of rigid warfare on the football field.

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Mancini’s over defensive approach


Manchester City’s performance in the Manchester derby has been criticized by almost every football pundit. Before the season, many people tipped them to be the title contenders and why not.It has cost them £320 million to become contenders. But do they really have the ambition and courage of becoming the Champions of England ?

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Squad Update ahead of Manchester Derb


Owen_Hargreaves_7Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson confirmed Owen Hargreaves will be kept away for at least five weeks because of the hamstring injury he sustained against Wolverhampton on Saturday.

Appearing for the first time since September 2008, Hargreaves could not survive more than just 5 minutes indicating that he picked up a hamstring injury and was replaced by Bebe. The manager has stated that the midfielder would not be able to make it until five weeks.

Ferguson stated:

“We were at the stage where we knew Owen’s knee was okay,” Ferguson told Key 103. “His training performances for eight or nine days previously had been terrific. He had done really well, which is why we took the chance. But maybe the tension in the build-up for the lad was too much and he suffered because of it.”

The manager was sure of the fact that Hargreaves would not be able to play any part against Manchester City, but the injury of veteran Ryan Giggs was certainly a major set-back for him. Giggs who could be very vital against Manchester City also sustained a hamstring injury, confirming this the manager told that he’s certainly out of the derby.

However according to ESPN.com, Luis Nani is fit, as for City, Balotelli is suspended and Adebayor sustained a calf injury while Kalarov has recovered and has a chance to return for the derby.

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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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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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City strikers in demand


Robinho gets a bid from Turkish club Fenerbahce, which he rejects, while Lazio chairman Claudio Lotito confirms the club are interested in bringing Roque Santa Cruz to the Stadio Olimpico.

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City sweep aside Reds (Man City 3-0 Liverpool)


Newest signing James Milner starred in Manchester City’s 3-0 rout of Liverpool as he contributed 2 goals, while Carlos Tevez got back two his goal scoring form as he netted two.

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Madrid intends Benzema, Adebayor Swap


Sources suggest Real Madrid are keen to bring Emmanuel Adebyor to Santiago Bernabéu in a swap deal offering Karim Benzema.

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Bellamy to join Cardiff


Craig Bellamy will join Cardiff City on a year-loan deal, after the Welsh captain was told by Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini that he was not in Mancini’s plans for the 2010/11 season.

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Premier League 10/11 firsts


A recap of all the firsts of the season 2010/11, including goals, yellow, reds, corners, foul etc.

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My take on the transfers this summer!!


Just like the last summer, the summer of 2010 in the Premier League has been mainly filled with just rumors and not many results, and the clubs not really wanting to splash the cash (excluding Man City). In All, the 20 Premier League clubs together have contributed in 61 new signings so far, including loans. Lets see how all of them may fair in the season 2010/11.

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Balotelli flying to England for Manchester City Medical


It seems that the most elongated transfer saga of this summer is drawing to a close with Balotelli believed to be flying to England to undergo a medical at Manchester. Mario Balotelli’s move to Manchester City is closer than ever as the two clubs believed to have finally agreed terms upon a deal which will see Balotelli playing for Manchester City next season.

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EPL summer transfers


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ARSENAL Players in: Marouane Chamakh (Bordeaux, Free Transfer), Laurent Koscielny (Lorient, 8.5 million pounds), Kyle Ebecillo (Feyenoord, free)
Players out: Eduardo (Shakhtar Donetsk, 6 million), Sol Campbell (Newcastle United, free), Philippe Senderos (Fulham, free), William Gallas (released), Mikael Silvestre (released)

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