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  • New Adidas F50 Adizero Colorways Review

    New Adidas F50 Adizero Colorways Review

    Tweet Well we just got a peek at the new Adidas F50 Adizero colorways, and I’ve go to say they look class. The leather version is my favorite of the two, with the bright electricity lime color running down from the top of the tongue then flaring out along the […]

  • Liverpool 0-1 Wolves: Hodgson’s Last Match?

    Liverpool 0-1 Wolves: Hodgson’s Last Match?

    Tweet It seems embattled manager Roy Hodgson will be making a quick exit from Anfield as a truly atrocious Liverpool were beaten 1-0 by minnows Wolves. The display put on by the men in Liverpool shirts was at tits best incoherent as aimless passes sailed up hopelessly in to a […]

  • Best of 2010 (at least some of it)

    Tweet 2010 year was a terrific year in soccer. Highlighted by some pretty amazing moments. Here’s some of them. My favorite? Still the Matty Burrows goal. Insanity!

  • Leonardo Wrong Choice for Inter, Already?

    Leonardo Wrong Choice for Inter, Already?

    Tweet Despite being linked to the Inter job for a while, I was still pretty surprised when Leonardo chose to throw his “allegiance” away from the AC Milan jersey and sign an 18-month contract with bitter rivals Inter Milan. Here’s what the relatively inexperienced manager had to say in his […]

  • A Brief Rundown of All the Day’s EPL Action

    A Brief Rundown of All the Day’s EPL Action

    Tweet It was busy day for fixtures in the Premiership today as no fewer than 7 matches were played on the back of the superb display by the Gunners against Chelsea FC. By the time Manchester United and Birmingham took to the pitch there had already been 16 goals and […]

  • Barcelona Mini Ball Review

    Barcelona Mini Ball Review

    Tweet With your permission, I’d like to regale you with a story from my childhood. When I was six, I lived down the street from a fellow soccer fanatic, so we naturally would play soccer every chance we had. When it got cold outside, we obviously had to move indoors, […]

  • The Fall of an English Regime: The Chelsea Story

    The Fall of an English Regime: The Chelsea Story

    Tweet Some of you may read this headline and immediately scoff at it; after all, all teams go through rough patches. After all, Chelsea was in dominating form, netting 21 goals and conceding just one in their first five games of league play and looked to be the ruthless team […]