This is a fantasy-fuelled Zoolander moment and it is about Christian Benteke. The reason for this is because he is incredibly over rated at the moment. It seems that so many people expect him to be smashing it at Liverpool, and yet I never thought he would. He is still the most picked striker in 

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The arithmetic involved in UEFA’s coefficient may be boring to many, but to some it is starting to worry. Another week of under-achievement in the Champions League for English clubs has bred concern that Italy, with their coefficient at 61.105, can catch up to England’s 65.284 and in doing so would limit the Premier League’s 

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This is a strange one for me because I don’t necessarily think I am right. However, I can not, for the life of me, see the argument suggesting that Ozil is a top player. Five-six years ago when he was playing for Germany in the World Cup, he looked awesome. However, playing for Arsenal I 

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FIFA (The Fédération Internationale de Football Association) was considered as a non-profit, non-corrupt, yet a holy organisation. But, recent discoveries proved that is was heavily corrupted which not only brought shame to the officials but also destroyed the reputation of the game. It does not mean that football as a game is destroyed, it is 

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In 2012 the UK’s Football Association launched a plan to make football more inclusive for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans people. The plan included a range of initiatives to tackle homophobia and encourage people to enjoy and be involved in football regardless of their sexuality. With no openly gay footballers currently in the top divisions 

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In a world where most western countries are celebrating and championing diversity, it seems slightly incongruous that professional sport (and football in particular) seems to be almost devoid of gay men. There is some debate on the statistics of what proportion of men are gay – trailblazers such as Freud and Kinsey were probably overstating 

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All players decline with age no matter how gifted they are. However, some players are able to adapt their play to emphasize technical ability and intelligence over physicality, and are able to make an impact in the best leagues in the world well past their physical peaks.   3. Frank Lampard What Frank Lampard has 

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Pre-season friendlies are an established part of football’s close season. With the pressure of the various league competitions forcing clubs to be ready to hit the ground running, friendlies play an important role in ensuring players’ fitness and bedding in new signings. Having spent several weeks with little to no physical exertion, footballers can be 

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Due to the climate in certain countries, the debate surrounding the use of artificial grass has grown ever bigger. Recently, the debate has risen to a higher profile than previously with the Women’s World Cup planned to be carried out on artificial turn in arenas located in Canada. Sparking debates on whether not it should 

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It took a major medical achievement for Luis Suarez to even play at this summer’s World Cup, pictured in a wheelchair following keyhole surgery after damaging his meniscus in training. Three weeks later he was back, sitting on the bench as Uruguay lost their opening group game to Costa Rica before 5 days later he 

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Football has long played a huge part in the lives of many people, and football players have left many memories for those who have witnessed their talents. Memories that can be passed on and kept alive for future generations. Having been born in 1995, I’d perhaps be considered part of the last generation to have 

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Two words that many football fans hate with a passion: international break. Just when it seems your favorite team is gelling and finding their rhythm, here it comes. Suddenly, players are flung around the world where they must acclimate to a completely different team, with a totally different goal. It’s a period of time not 

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Last night must have been one of the worst of my life. I am a football fan, yes. But on top of everything, I am a staunch, unrepentant supporter of Manchester United and what the club stands for. For almost two decades, I have loved and followed the red devils and long may that remain. 

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When you think about the world’s most loved sport football, your mind automatically goes to England and then it goes to London where some of the best teams in the world were born. If you’re a sports fanatic then you’ll love the tailored trips that discover some of the world’s best sporting museums and football 

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Greg Dyke, the relatively new chairman of the FA, has been quite busy this week. As he enters the third month in his position, Dyke has been tasked with setting up a new commission that will be charged with improving the development of future English youngsters as well as overseeing the build-up to the two 

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