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LVG pulls out all the stops in Robben bid

December 12, 2014
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LVG pulls out all the stops in Robben bid

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is reportedly set to pull out all the stops in the hope of signing compatriot Arjen Robben in January, in a move that could have some bet fair fans tipping the club for a surprise Premier League title charge. The United boss has worked with Robben during his time as…

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The Benefits of Standing by Your Manager

December 5, 2014
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The Benefits of Standing by Your Manager

The prevailing attitude in football has, for a long time, been that if your club is struggling then the manager must be the one to go. Regardless of the resources which the man at the helm has at his disposal, or the performances which the…

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Sports sponsorship: what’s in it for small businesses?

November 12, 2014
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Case Study: Real Madrid 3-1 Barcelona 25/10/2014

October 29, 2014
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Case Study: Real Madrid 3-1 Barcelona 25/10/2014

The latest edition of football’s greatest rivalry featured a managerial Clasico debut of Luis Enrique – a man who had his fair share of Clasico appearances for both sides as…

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Retrospective: Juventus 2-3 Manchester United 1999

October 15, 2014
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Retrospective: Juventus 2-3 Manchester United 1999

With the release of his second autobiography, the football news has been flooded with an abundance of stories from Roy Keane’s career. Individually, they are quite amusing – him deciding…

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Then Carragher took Mario and had him flogged

October 10, 2014
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Then Carragher took Mario and had him flogged

It took Jesus Christ 33 years to be crucified, so, at age 24, Mario Balotelli looks a decent bet to beat his time. It was always inevitable that at some…

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