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Nasri: Arsenal overplayed me – I’m better off at City

Samir Nasri has justified playing fewer games since his move to Manchester City by claiming he was overplayed at Arsenal. Speaking to Canal +, the France international reportedly said: "At Arsenal, I played too much. "I score less ch Zinedine Zidane is determined to find a ball-winning midfield signing.Indeed, Okdiario’s chief pundit Eduardo Inda, speaking […]

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The most unpredictable league in the world? Why Serie A is still must-watch football

People often wonder ask why anyone watches Serie A anymore. Is the quality really there still? Is the title winner a foregone conclusion? The answer is: unpredictability, and bags of it. Serie A has fiery presidents, bunga bunga politicians, ever-evolving formations, tactical versatility, stunning youth and more drama than a Bollywood movie. With all that, […]

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World Cup woe as England handed group of death, 2am kick off and jungle rumble

England could suffer a stumble in the jungle after a nighe Nketiah “underestimated” Leeds United by thinking he would walk into a starting spot. That is according to Whites boss Marcelo Bielsa, who has criticised the 20-year-old for his expectations upon arriving at Elland Road.Nketiah returned prematurelytmare draw for the football World Cup Finals in […]

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Manchester United get behind calls for safe-standing terraces to be introduced in the Premier League

Calls for standing terraces to become a fixture of English football again were given a huge boost by the news that Manchester United are open to the plans. All-seater stadiums have been compulsory in the Premier League following the Taylor Report's recommendation after in 1989. The current restrictions have been in place since the 1994-95 […]

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Real Sociedad may be a bold move but it’s the right fit for David Moyes after Man United hiccup

David Moyes has returned to work, following in the footsteps of Chris Coleman. Had this been two months ago, while Felix Magath's reign of terror was plunging Fulham to the depths of the Championship, you could have believed that that meant heading to Craven Cottage. Instead, after his dismal nine month spell at with and […]

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Man City skipper Vincent Kompany PRAISES Eliaquim Mangala after new boy’s Hull horror show

After 32 minutes, Eliaquim Mangala looked more like Frank Spencer than Britain’s most expensive defender. The produced two “Ooh, Betty” moments – which would have been at home in the TV sitcom from the 1970s – to wipe out Manchester City’s 2-0 lead over Hull and turn what should have a straightforward afternoon into a […]