Wednesday, October 29, 2014

PREMIER LEAGUE DROPS REFEREE CLATTENBURG FOR ATTENDING A POP CONCERT

Mark Clattenburg will not officiate next weekend's games after breaking strict protocol on travelling to games
Clattenburg broke protocol to attend a pop concert
Referee Mark Clattenburg has been dropped from officiating in this weekend round of games in the English Premier League after breaking protocol to attend a concert.

Clattenburg travelled in his own car to officiate the West Bromwich vs Crystal Palace match in order to get back to Newcastle in time to see the award-winning star,  Ed Sheeran perform. 

MESSI IS NO LONGER CAPABLE OF CREATING HAVOC - VALDANO

Messi looks dejected during Barcelona's 3-1 La Liga defeat to fierce rivals Real Madrid on Saturday
This is the verdict of former Real Madrid player, Jorge Valdano on the form of Lionel Messi.  It is simple. He is no longer capable of creating havoc amongst opposition defense.

Messi had a game to forget, missing a clear-cut opportunity to score in the first-half, as Barcelona lost 3-1 to host, Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday.

Monday, September 15, 2014

I COULD'NT WIN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE IN REAL MADRID BECAUSE OF RONALDO - MOURINHO

Compatriots: Ronaldo and Mourinho worked together for three years but did not always see eye to eye
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho blamed his failure to win the UEFA Champions League at Real Madrid on Cristiano Ronaldo.

Mourinho spent duo spent three years at the Santiago Bernabeu where compatriot Ronaldo is a star player but the Portuguese duo fell out as Mourinho was moved back to Stamford Bridge.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

FOOTBALLER DIES AFTER BEING STRUCKED ON THE HEAD BY AN OBJECT THROWN FROM THE STAND AT ALGERIAN LEAGUE

Tragedy: Cameroonian striker Albert Ebosse died after being hit in the head by object thrown from stands

Cameroonian striker,Albert Ebosse has died after being hit in the head by an object thrown from the stands during an Algerian league game.

According to his club, club JS Kabylie, Ebosse was fatally struck by a projectile at the end of Kabylie's match with USM Alger in Tizi Ouzou.

MOURINHO IS AT IT AGAIN! CHELSEA BOSS BRAND HIS SIDE 'LAZY' DESPITE WIN OVER LECEISTER CITY


Come on lads: Jose Mourinho cut a frustrated figure during the first half at Stamford Bridge 
Chelsea's manager Jose Mourinho has described his side's performance as 'lazy' despite their 2-0 win over Leicester City at Stamford bridge.

Mourinho tore into his ‘lazy’ Chelsea team at half-time to inspire the Blues to the top of the Barclays Premier League with a 2-0 win over Leicester.

Saturday, August 23, 2014

WELCOME BACK EPL by Theophilus Agbonlahor

If the first round of matches were anything to go by, them the premier league isn’t going to be too different from last seasons, Louis Van Gaal discovered just how difficult the old Trafford job is. 

Liverpool have shown that they can cope without Luis Suarez, who moved to Barcelona as they picked up three points, but despite all their summer signings, they still have a shaky defense, the impending arrival of Mario Ballotelli may further bolster an already impressive attacking lineup, but the Merseyside club will have to improve their defense. 

Friday, August 22, 2014

''MY ONLY REGRET ABOUT FABREGAS IS THAT HE LEFT US'' -ARSENE WENGER


Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has said he has no regrets about not re-signing Cesc Fabregas following the Spainard impressive debut for Chelsea.

Fabregas left Arsenal in 2011 for boyhood club Barcelona and Wenger had the option to bring the Spain international back to Emirates Stadium this summer.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

ROJO NOW A MANCHESTER UNITED PLAYER



Incoming:  Rojo is heading to Manchester United after they agreed a fee with Sporting Lisbon
English Premier League side, Manchester United have announced the £16m signing of Argentina international defender Marcos Rojo on a five-year contract.

Rojo, who touched down in Manchester on Tuesday evening, has signed a four-year contract after passing a medical and agreeing personal terms.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

TWO FORMER EPL STARS AT LOGGERHEADS OVER COSTA'S CONTROVERSIAL BOOKING! ONE VOWS TO QUIT JOB IF THERE IS EVIDENCE OF HIM DIVING

Harsh decision? Diego Costa attempts to take the ball around goalkeeper Tom Heaton before being booked

Former English Premier League stars were involved in a Twitter spat following Diego Costa's controversial booking for a dive during Chelsea's 3-1 win at Burnley on Monday night. And you will be amazed!

For starters, former Manchester United defender Gary Neville, now a pundit on Sky Sports, claimed every player, at one point or the other had gone to ground to win a foul in the Premier League era.

But ex-Liverpool striker Stan Collymore, took the argument further.

Collymore, who is now a radio presenter and commentator, said he will quit broadcasting if Neville can find footage of him diving. Now that this is interesting.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Women's Rugby World Cup: England Beat Canada To Win Title



England ended their wait for a second Women's Rugby World Cup crown with a 21-9 victory over Canada in the 2014 final in Paris.

After finishing as runners-up in the last three tournaments, Gary Street's side held their nerve to see off underdogs Canada and reclaim the title they first won in 1994.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

''MAIGARI'S IMPEACHMENT IS NULL AND VOID'' FIFA ORDERS NFF TO RESINSTATE HIM AS PRESIDENT


Fifa orders Maigari reinstatement as NFF president
The drama in Nigeria football administration continues as the world football governing body, FIFA, have ordered the Nigeria Football Federation, to reinstate the impeached President, Aminu Maigari immediately.

Maigari was sacked by the board of the NFF last month. Two other board members of the NFF, Chris Green and Ahmed Fresh, were also suspended by the board.

''THERE SHOULD BE CAMERAS IN THE DRESSING ROOMS'' - VALENCIA MANAGER, NUNO SANTO

Head coach Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks gives his team a speech in the locker room after the Super Bowl XLVIII
Coach of Spanish La Liga side, Valencia, Nuno Santo is of the view that football clubs' dressing rooms should be open to TV cameras as they are in American sports.

Some FA Cup games in England have cameras in the changing rooms but it does not happen in the Premier League, La Liga or Champions League and Santo think it should happen as there are no secret in football.
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