I know a brilliant website, football is the game, It has a brilliant editor – Omar Almasri, is his name. There’s lots of information, on football, all on show. Omar Almasri – football he does know. Take a tour today – and you’ll get a good surprise, The website has been all redesigned, you won’t 

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When everybody is competing to be noticed in the jumble of the social media age, obituaries can often be ostentatious affairs designed to exaggerate in the search for maximum impact. However there are not many more deserving of all the tributes attributed to him than Johan Cruyff who on Thursday sadly passed away at the 

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A legend departs. For the first time since the departure of Jose Mourinho in September 2007, I fear Chelsea FC may never be the same again. John Terry confirmed on Sunday evening that he will not be staying at Chelsea beyond the summer and this one really stings. A man who embodies the true passion 

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News last week that Nemanja Vidic had retired from football immediately brought a flurry of tributes from across the football world. Apart from perhaps a few corners of his homeland Serbia, it is unquestionably the red half of Manchester where he will be remembered most fondly. The towering presence of Vidic has yet to be 

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Wayne Rooney has equalled a record, and made football history, He equalled his England goal scoring – to add to his own tally. This record was previously held by Sir Bobby Charlton, And what did seem to Rooney, it must have been a marathon! Both of these players have links to Manchester United, And both 

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Farewell, then, Robin. Your time in the Premier League may have come to a rather acrimonious end with unverified claims and counterclaims about the manner of your departure but the ride has been eventful, full of niggling injuries, a controversial move and breathtaking goals. Who could forget the “goal of a lifetime,” as Arsène Wenger 

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What makes a great gay sportsman? It’s not just about their performance – it has to be more than that, the impact they have made, whether they have been a role-model, or made a difference in some way. It may be a bit of a subjective topic, but it’s an interesting discussion point when you 

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After 25 years, the Real Madrid chapter of the Iker Casillas story has finally come to an end. Unfortunately, this particular football tale did not finish with the ending that it deserved. And what should have been a glorious departure after a trophy-laden career, ended with a quiet exit through the back doors of the 

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Things are always slightly easier when you have Lionel Messi in your team. It is why Luis Enrique was jumping up and down on the Nou Camp touchline as his Argentine striker broke clear on the half-way line before he even reached the box. His manager’s assuredness was stalled a moment as Diego Alves saved 

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The man has been handed a one year extension by Chelsea and looks to see out the last season of his career with the club before jetting off to a distant location or leaving his boots at the training ground and calling it a day. The Chelsea captain has been somewhat of a rock all 

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In the late nineteenth century, Arthur Wharton (1865-1930) was an athlete of legendary proportions, competing at the top level in many sports including cycling, rugby, cricket athletics and football.  It was previously believed that Wharton was the first ever black football player; however new evidence has recently come to light that shows this distinction goes 

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Until recently, it was believed that the world’s first black footballer was Arthur Wharton, who played for Preston North End in the late nineteenth century.  However, evidence has recently come to light showing that a man by the name of Andrew Watson was playing in Scotland around ten years earlier than Wharton. Watson was born 

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  Short summary The article presents the career of one of the greatest Romanian football players of all time in detail. Gheorghe Hagi was Romania’s best scorer and the national team’s leader during its most fruitful period. He played for top teams like Real Madrid and F.C. Barcelona. Also, Hagi became Turkey’s hero after leading 

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Diego Armando Maradona is widely considered to be the best player ever to grace the football field. Regardless of his playing ability, he is certainly one of the most controversial figures the sport has ever seen. Here is a look back at the life of the diminutive but contentious man. Born and raised on the 

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When come across the word ‘Messi’, our brain inevitably starts a slideshow in front of our eyes which depicts a man weaving his magic on the ball and breezing through the defence of any opposition to score immaculate goals. This man may not be the tallest footballer around but his stature in the world of 

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