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Watch: Lineker, Ferdinand, Gerrard And Owen Lose Their Minds As Barcelona Complete Ludicrous Comeback

The tweet that Gary Lineker sent out shortly after Sergi Roberto scored Barcelona’s sixth goal in the 95th minute of an utterly ludicrous game at Camp Nou tonight, to send Paris Saint-Germain crashing out of the Champions League, suggested that he may have been a tad excited. Just a tad. Unbe-fucking-lievable! Greatest game ever. — Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) March 8, …

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Cillian Sheridan Could Be Set For Champions League Football Next Season If Polish Move Goes Through

Cillian Sheridan could be set for yet another season of Champions League football as a move to Polish title chasers Jagiellonia Bialystok has edged ever closer. Cavan native Sheridan looks set to sign for the Polish outfit from Cyrpriot side Omonia Nicosia according to the Herald, a move which would make him the first Irishman to play in Ekstraklasa. Jagiellonia have been …

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Watch: Spectacular Goal From Wonderkid Hale Seals Victory For Ireland U-19’s Against Portugal

Irish players have really been banging them in across England’s top divisions this weekend, with Aiden McGeady, Daryl Horgan, Shane Long, Wes Holohan and Robbie Brady all scoring for their respective clubs. And these weren’t just any goals either, they were an array of absolute stunners. If you missed any of these strikes, you can check them out in a …

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Arsenal Receive Timely Boost As Key Players Return To Training

SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 29: Olivier Giroud of Arsenal (L) celebrates scoring his sides second goal with his team mate Francis Coquelin (R) and Mohamed Elneny (C) during the Premier League match between Sunderland and Arsenal at the Stadium of Light on October 29, 2016 in Sunderland, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Ahead of Arsenal’s clash with Burnley this weekend there is some good news for Arsene Wenger, as the Gunners see four first team players return to training. After a comfortable 4-0 win over Swansea last time out, the Emirates side will be looking to keep the momentum going, and Olivier Giroud, Hector Bellerin, Kieran Gibbs and Francis Coquelin will all be looking …

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The Sorry State Of Manchester United

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 26: General View prior to the Barclays Premier League match between Man United and Chelsea at Old Trafford on October 26, 2014 in Manchester, England.

There is a breed of Rhino known as Javan Rhinos that are hunted so often that there is roughly 20 left on Earth and the number is falling rapidly. As a species, they’re in better shape than Manchester United. At the helm is possibly the most incompetent manager in football history managing what was once the world’s greatest club. Responsible …

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Are Wingers a Dying Species in Modern Football?

Throughout the history of football, wingers have always been among the most exciting players to watch. Full of pace and skill going forward, willing to take on defenders, but also there to give a helping hand to the full backs whilst remaining ready to break into a counter attack. These exciting players were once a common feature in the biggest …

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50 Best Young Talents In World Football According To The Guardian

The paper has compiled the best young talents in world football born in 1998. The Guardian released a similar list of Premier League talents of the same age yesterday, so the lack of English players in today’s compendium shouldn’t be a cause for concern. Some notable entrants include: – Davor Lovren, who, to quote the article: “To answer your first question …

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If I Wasn’t A Footballer I Would Be In The UFC – Top Striker

In a recent interview with The Bleacher Report Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic claimed that if he wasn’t a footballer he could see himself having a career in the UFC. “I am a huge UFC fan”, said the Paris Saint-Germain front man. Ibra’s love for MMA is no secret, as he regularly delivers social media messages of support to his countryman, UFC …

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Sports Legacy Institute Leads Safer Soccer Campaign in the US

Injuries and sports go hand in hand. That’s a given. But what about the injury that you can’t see? In the United States, the Sports Legacy Institute are trying to make soccer safer for young players by delaying heading. The concussion in soccer debate has raised its head again during the Women’s World Cup. There has been several head collisions …

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7 Championship Stars To Light Up The Premiership This Season

Karl Graham looks at seven players who are sure to make a splash in the big pond next season. James McClean Despite many Baggies fans grumbling about their team’s capture of James McClean, it will please a host of others as his direct approach is something manager Tony Pulis is a big fan of. The 26-year-old Irishman burst onto the scene …

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