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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The Red Devils conceded a massive and jaw-dropping defeat to their neighbours at the Etihad, which highlighted their unconvincing start to the season. Here are my three biggest factors that explain United’s flimsy campaign so far.   Ashley Young My biggest problem so far this season is the constant use of Ashley Young. As a 

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The World Cup playoff game between the United States and Costa Rica on March 22, 2013 was especially memorable. Played in the middle of a storm in Colorado, the game was the closest thing to blizzard soccer fans had seen in awhile. For 90 minutes, players had to contend with an increasingly torrential downpour of wet, 

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The decisions given against Chelsea in this weekend’s game may be viewed by many people as a mere co-incidence and that it was honest mistakes on the part of the officials. Moreover, conversations will centre on, “accepting the referee’s decisions in the true spirit of sportsmanship”. This appears to be what being English is all 

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I regularly hear about how footballers are hugely overpaid. I cannot argue that fact. They earn a huge amount of money “just for kicking a ball”. That’s true. But the key question in this subject is, how many people pay to watch them “just kick a ball”? I’m not saying footballers “earn” their money, but 

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It’s been eight long, gruelling, painful years for Arsenal Football Club since the world famous, historic Invincibles came to the table containing the likes of Henry, Ljungberg, Bergkamp, Pires and Viera. 38 whole Barclays Premier League games unbeaten- a record that will surely never be matched. But is this season that the likes of Podolski, 

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The sale of Nigel De Jong is an extremely strange one. Widely regarded as one of the world’s best defensive midfielders, Manchester City are letting the Dutchman leave City for a measly £3.5m to AC Milan. Hardly a good return on for a player in his prime, especially compared to the price he was bought 

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You’ve been hearing from almost every Arsenal fan for the past week or so that loyalty ‘is dead’. But the truth is, we’re in a new age of football – Player power. The new Sky-sponsored Premier League has got as much to do with this supposed lack of loyalty in modern football as Jean-Marc Bosman’s 

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