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Watch: Jeff Stelling Went Absolutely Berserk Over Hartlepool’s Performance On Today’s Soccer Special

Hartlepool United remain uncomfortably close to the League 2 relegation zone after they suffered defeat to the zone’s most rooted inhabitants, Leyton Orient, today at Brisbane Road. 22-year-old Rhys Oates opened the scoring for the visiting Durham outfit in the 8th minute but Orient bounced back with first-half goals from Victor Adeboyejo and Tristan Abrahams. ‘The O’s’ hung on to …

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How Playing FIFA is Funding One London Club

When historians examine English football between 2003 and 2016, the narrative will be simple. The acquisition of Chelsea Football Club by Roman Abramovich in 2003 signalled the beginning of financial behemoths dominating the league. Whether it is Russian gas money or Arabian petrodollars to win and to survive, Clubs need significant financial backing. The story of AFC Wimbledon is atypical of football in the …

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VIDEO: Beast Mode On! Akinfenwa Casually Bench Presses A Cheerleader

Adebayo Akinfenwa is probably AFC Wimbledon’s most renowned player and definitely their strongest.  Just to reinforce this perception, he set about breaking the record for most bench presses of a Crystal Palace cheerleader. The previous record being a dizzying zero. While on Soccer AM the 33-year-old attempted this record. As you would expect, he did it with ease. Certainly an interesting take on …

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Video: Joss Labadie Almost bites Stevenage’s Ronnie Henry’s Finger Off

This is absolutely shocking from League Two. On Saturday, Stevenage lost 1-0 at home to Dagenham & Redbridge but the game will be remembered for a disgusting incident that involved Joss Labadie. 24-year-old Labadie lost his head, as he appeared to sink chomp into the hand of Stevenage’s Ronnie Henry. The victim of the assault, Ronnie Henry instantly informed the onlooking officials of the …

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Safe Standing – Will The Days Of The Terrace Ever Return?

In almost all football debate, as soon as the words ‘safe standing’ are uttered, there is a very clear line; some are in favour of the option, and others are not. The reality is that, safe standing at football matches is only as dangerous as the security that is available. The tragic and harrowing events of Hillsborough and Heysel, as …

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