Germany v Austria: Match Report

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Mesut Ozil sparkled and Miroslav Klose edged closer to Gerd Muller’s goal scoring record as Germany sealed their presence at Euro 2012 with a 6-2 victory over Austria in Gelsenkirchen. Klose scored his 62nd international goal, leaving him six behind Gerd Muller’s record for Germany. Ozil and Lukas Podolski both joined him in etching their 

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Have Rangers strengthened over the summer?

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Let’s face it, no one really expected Rangers to be bringing in multi-million pound players to the club, but has the squad been strengthened as a whole? I would say yes. Rangers currently have 27 first team squad players, with Andy Little out on loan at Port Vale, and fellow youngsters Kyle Hutton and John 

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Looking Back At The Window: Arsenal & More

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Well, we can never say Arsene doesn’t make deadline days interesting anymore, not after this one at least. Rumors running rampant, Arsene sat down and found the key pieces he needed to improve the team. Arteta may not replace Cesc Fabregas the player, but he certainly is able to at least duplicate his great ability 

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Hello everyone,My apologies for not posting in a while, I’ve been busy with university duties and work so I didn’t have the time to write articles. But I’m back now and excited to write again and for this post, I’ll be doing a roundup of Arsenal’s summer transfers. This roundup will be based on my 

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Interlull Week For Mexico

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The Mexican League will take a break this week and instead the focus will be on the National Team’s matches against Poland and Chile.The three league matches that will take place this weekend are fixtures pending from Matchday 3.Poland v MexicoThis will be the first match against a European team under José Manuel de la 

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Window Shut: Are Arsenal Ready to Contend?

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Ah, the transfer window. It’s a time when all clubs in Europe are rumored to be linked with dozens of players and supporters feel they’ve already won the league if their club can make that big money signing. It’s been a time of year recently where Arsenal have not been too incredibly active, leaving supporters 

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So the summer transfer window is over. With all the transfers done and dusted we can now fully concentrate on what is going on on the pitch. From all the clubs that were buying players, 5 did the best. These clubs bought wise, filled their problem areas and are ready for the season ahead. This 

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Serie A: There May Be Trouble Ahead

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The Serie A is a marketing miracle whose case history should be a mandatory part of every course in business schools around the world. ‘Why?’ You may, or rather should ask and consider what follows.Almost every year, a match-fixing scandal erupts, leading to point deductions, bans and a general feeling that what we see out 

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Having trouble keeping on top of the frantic summer transfer activity? Here’s our handy guide to who YOUR side has signed…ARSENAL Players in: Carl Jenkinson (Charlton, undisclosed), Gervinho (Lille, undisclosed), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Southampton, initial £12million), Joel Campbell (Deportivo Saprissa, undisclosed), Park Chu-young (Monaco, undisclosed), Andre Santos (Fenerbahce, undisclosed), Per Mertesacker (Werder Bremen, undisclosed), Yossi Benayoun (Chelsea, 

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The Top 5 Signings In This Transfer Window

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Alright people let’s go through how I picked my top 5 signings. 1. The price. 2. The ability of the player. 3. The effect the player can have on the team. 5-Joey Barton I know tons of people are thinking you got to be kidding me. I also know lots people that read this blog 

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Mexican League: Matchday 7

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Monterrey 2 – 0 Santos: Fresh air for Rayados Tecnológico stadium was quite a sight on Saturday. Fans wore white shirts as a silent protest against the violence that the north of Mexico is living daily. The game did not start with the best rhythm, both teams were hesitating to take the ball, neither team seemed 

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Well now,             I started writing an article the moment after the horrifying loss we had at United, but I just couldn’t finish it. Luckily the last couple of days have given us Gooners some good news to dwell on, so that’s what I’ll be talking about today.              The transfer deadline draws ever nearer 

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We all remember October last year, it will be in the memories of Liverpool fans forever. With the club on verge of financial meltdown and the club being near the relegation zone the whole season, there was no hope for the Liverpool fans. But, as our famous anthem “You´ll Never Walk Alone” says, “at the 

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