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NEW YORK RED BULLS ADVANCE TO FINAL

New York Red Bulls overturned a 1-o deficit in the first leg against Columbus Crew SC with a 3-0 victory in the second leg to propel his team to the Eastern Conference Final. They were to beat Columbus…

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Armas ready for game

New York Red Bulls coach Chris Armas said that his team will be ready for the game against Orlando City for the final game of the season. They will be facing their ex-captain Sacha Kljestan in this game….

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Brad Friedel aiming to return to winning ways

New England Revolution head coach Brad Friedel remains upbeat in the wake of the team’s 3-2 defeat to Philadelphia Union at the Gillette Stadium. Philadelphia managed to secure a 2-0 lead within the 25th minute of the game…

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BECKHAM AND HIS FRANCHISE TEAM STILL LONG WAY OUT

Manchester United legend David Beckham has been on a long journey towards owning his Major League Soccer side. Earlier this year the league commissioner Don Garber approved of his move and awarded the 25th franchise slot to him….

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Thierry Henry backs Eddie Nketiah for success after League Cup heroics

Arsenal legend-turned-pundit Thierry Henry has backed young striker Eddie Nketiah to become a key player for the Gunners as he progresses further in his professional career. The teenager made an instant impression among the Gunners’ faithful after he…

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CANTONA PREFERS GUARDIOLA TO MOURINHO

Manchester United legend Eric Cantona says he likes the choice of Jose Mourinho as the club manager but praised the attacking style of play of Pep Guardiola. Cantona labelled the Portuguese “a winner who will continue to win”…

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SPURS MISS BALE

Real Madrid broke the bank when last year when they secured the services of Gareth Bale as he arrived from Tottenham with a price tag of €91 million. The Welshman was signed by Madrid as a way for them to response to Barcelona as they already had signed Neymar a few weeks previously.
The price tag lifted the eyebrows of many fans and even coaches around the world as they were concerned as to whether or not; the enormous price tag was actually worth it.

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FIFA accepts technology is needed

Having initially laughed at the sheer idiocy of the man behind the goal finally being asked to do the job he was employed for, before failing utterly to prove himself in any way competent, the reality has once again sunk in that poor decisions will continue to undermine the integrity of football.

Before Ukraine were robbed of their ‘goal’ in their final group game against England, this week, the English had been labelled by opposition fans as bad losers, following Frank Lampard’s goal that wasn’t in the World Cup.

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