The name Gian Piero Gasperini returns to the football world, the last time the name was heard wasn’t really for the best reasons, but instead, a synonym of critics and insults. For those who don’t remember, he was THAT Inter manager who was sacked with only five matches played thanks to his terrible results while 

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The Financial Fair Play regulations will eventually stabilize the round leather game when its rules are duly enforced and in a way, will help smaller teams find their feet back in the peddle for glory in their various competitions. It was first agreed in principle in 2009 by UEFA’s Financial Control Panel of football to 

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After the tragic passing of a true football great Gary Speed, Welsh football was left with a huge hole to fill. Under Speed Wales played attractive, free flowing and effective football. The players were motivated and enjoyed playing their football as much as the fans were watching it. However when all that changed, the FAW 

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If you are reading this article chances are you enjoy football. Whether you watch casually, are a fan, or a fanatic, football is probably a big part of your daily life. I am (along with a lot of other people) not so privileged. I am a guy growing up in South Africa, Port Elizabeth to 

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If you chat with any seasoned Manchester City fan, they’ll be able to give you an in-depth description of what are more commonly known among Blues as ‘the dark days’. As a sixteen-year-old, I may be somewhat unqualified to write this article, but, here it goes. If you search ‘Manchester City 2-2 Liverpool 1996’ into 

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Racism is a major issue in our world nowadays, even the beautiful game is filled with it. Players, officials and fans are all targeted, some may be targeted because of them being on the opposing team and some individuals are even targeted by their own fans. Below are some football related racist incidents and acts 

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So as the clocked ticked past 11pm on Friday 31st August, a staggering amount reaching just shy of five hundred million pounds had been spent on football players in just eight weeks, this amount matched the 2011 record, but exceeded previous years by over £100m. The emotion and fanfare generated from such activity drives excitement 

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Lebanon previously referred to as “a rose amongst thorns” was always going to be of great interest to me when asked to write about it. Initial research highlighting a Capital city, Beirut, previously called the “Paris of the Orient” the captivation was immediately reinforced. The country now rebuilding itself in modernity one could not but 

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Do you feel something in the air? No it’s not the high pollen count making your allergies act up—it’s all of the excited football fans all around the world getting ramped up for the 2012/2013 soccer or football season—depending on what side of the world you live! So whether you’re a hard core fantasy football 

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