The title will end up in Manchester Whilst it might be a little premature to predict where this year’s Premier League title will end up, it seems increasingly likely that it will either be Manchester City or Manchester United lifting the crown once again. City’s display at Chelsea was the biggest indicator of any title 

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ESPN, via The Sun, report that Borussia Dortmund wonder kid Christian Pulisic is being pursued by Europe’s elite. Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham are all intent on bringing the American international to the Premier League. The 19-year-old was snapped up by Dortmund when he first burst onto the scene and has since progressed into an exciting 

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The Football Association Challenge Cup (FA Cup) is the oldest and most celebrated football competition in the world. The FA Cup started in the year 1871–1872 and since then, it is has become an annual affair. The FA Cup also took place during the World War. Since 1923, FA Cup finals have taken place at 

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Manchester United have now gone up a gear, They sold Wayne Rooney – who silently shed a tear. But Man U are now playing well – and winning more games, Now Rooney plays for his beloved home team, Everton; ‘and he’s scoring goals in his dreams.’   Now let’s hear it for the Kop, and 

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Real Madrid have identified Spurs star Harry Kane as a striking option in next summer’s window, according to TalkSport. Madrid will make Alexis Sanchez their priority, but should a deal fall through, they will splash the cash to land Kane. Sanchez, of course, was close to a move to Manchester City and most outlets are 

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Dimitar Berbatov, a player known for his silky touches, will be plying his trade in the Indian Super League with Kerala Blasters this season. The arrival of the Bulgarian has created big excitement among the Kerala fans. Indian football fans are also very eager to see his beautiful first touches and score some goals. The 

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The first match day of the Champions League has been and gone, and it was a mixed couple of nights for the British clubs.   Chelsea 6 – 0 Qarabag If Chelsea didn’t win handsomely here, it would be a worrying start to the competition. Although many pundits say that no game in Europe is 

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With each passing transfer window, increases in both business and price are exponential with no signs of decline in sight. Even the restrictions that financial fair play and other governed regulations attempt to prevent are easily bypassed by clubs. The lack of strict penalties in place to punish those who break the rules are a 

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With the draw for the Champions League made on Thursday, Europe’s premier clubs learned their fate on who they face in the group stage, which kicks off this coming September. From the English perception, five teams will begin their quest in winning the illustrious crown that players, managers and fans crave to see their own 

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At the very beginning of the transfer window, Tottenham Hotspur needed to achieve two things: improve the depth of their squad and sign a goalscoring centre-forward to take some pressure off Harry Kane. Despite an incredibly slow start to proceedings at the North London club in the summer, it would be fair to suggest they 

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Having examined groups A-D in this year’s Champions League, it’s now time to look at groups E-H.   Group E – Spartak Moscow, Sevilla, Liverpool, Maribor Like Manchester United, Liverpool have been handed a relatively easy and straightforward group, and it would be a failure if Liverpool weren’t to finish top. The attacking threat that 

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In the past two years, Leicester City and Chelsea Football Club have enjoyed successful Premier League victories against the odds. Before each campaign, both clubs chased down Italian managers, Claudio Ranieri and Antonio Conte, and both adopted a different style of football with a change in formation. Once more, their previous campaigns saw each finish 

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After a long drawn out ceremony in the centre of Monaco, we now finally know the fate of the remaining 32 clubs in this season’s Champions League. So, who now are the favourites, and which clubs are going to find it tough?   Group A – Benfica, Manchester United, Basel, CSKA Moscow Out of all 

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Tottenham’s Toby Alderweireld has emerged as a late target for Inter Milan, TalkSport suggests. Reports have suggested that the Belgian’s contract negotiations have stalled – in a week where Danny Rose bemoaned his salary, of £65,000 a week, when players of his ilk are earning sums of £100,000 a week. Backed by wealthy owners, Milan 

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The friendly games are up and running now and it won’t be long now till the new season begins. This is a great chance for teams to test out their new signings and get their players back fit again. Usually huge clubs clash with each other in what should be a very interesting game to 

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The football season is now warming up and the players are playing warm-up games, New players are on display but I don’t know their names! Pre-season it is called and it starts very soon, New talent on show which should make us swoon.   From the lower league teams to the big names we see, 

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Tottenham threatened to challenge for the Premier League title for the second season on the bounce last term, but ultimately fell short due to the brilliance of Chelsea. Mauricio Pochettino’s men were made to rue results against the lesser sides in the division, suffering costly draws with Sunderland, West Brom and Bournemouth, along with a 

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