There comes a time where we must all grow up. Young boys stop playing with little action figures and move on to games consoles, young girls stop wearing their mothers make-up and start wearing their own. We all go to secondary school, reach an age where an interest in the opposite sex grows and we 

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Sports are great fun to participate in, and they’re great for your physical and mental health. Not only do you get exercise, but you get the opportunity to participate in a confidence building activity with friends that share your interests. However, sports can also be very dangerous. If you are looking to maintain an active, 

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On matchday two, we were treated to what would now be labelled an “old fashioned” Champions League match when Manchester City took on Borussia Dortmund. In the days of the European Cup, before the competition’s rebranding in 1992, it truly was a “Champions League” in the sense that only the champions of respective leagues would 

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EA’s FIFA series is rapidly becoming known as the gold standard in football sims. When it first came long in the early nineties for the 16-bit consoles such as; the Sega Megadrive, there was nothing like it at the time. Gamers were used to top down and difficult to control football sims such as Sensible 

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Yesterday, it was all smiles at the FA, as the new National Football Centre in Burton got the Royal seal of approval. There was even a few laughs when Prince William, the President of the Football Association, said to Ashley Cole: “If you continue to be a naughty boy, they will take your twitter account 

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After the much celebrated and long awaited arrivals of superstars Hulk and Axel Witsel, Zenit shot to the European headlines, for all the right reasons. Just over a month later, Zenit are once again hitting the headlines, but this time for all the wrong ones. After two matchdays in the Champions League the Russian champions 

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A few months ago, a few frustrated fans and Barcelona critics had all but deserted hopes of any noteworthy improvement for Barcelona under Tito Vilanova, the man who had been under Pep Guardiola’s wing for four seasons. Vilanova, who turned 43 a few weeks ago, surprised them all. With the silent backing of the top 

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From the outside looking in Marcello Lippi has had a very eventful career as a football manager. When he started off in 1982 after hanging his boots up with Sampdoria one wonders if he ever envisaged he would reach the managerial summits he has managed to climb. To have been senior coach at Atalanta, Napoli, 

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