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Carlos Vela NewsCarlos Vela News

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My PES BlogMy PES Blog

Just a place for me to put pro evolution soccer stuff and write about footb...

 
EPL TalkEPL Talk

EPL Talk is the number one Premier League blog in the world with daily news...

 
On The TerracingOn The Terracing

The main content of this blog is likely to be a fond recollection of footba...

 
Arsenal Transfers - All Arsenal Transfer GossipArsenal Transfers - All Arsenal Transfer Gossip

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African MovesAfrican Moves

All things African

 
A Cultured Left FootA Cultured Left Foot

Daily discussion on all matters Arsenal for the discerning football fan

 


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Even if you haven't bought a Happy Meal in the last 20 years, you'd still be well aware of the influx of cross-promotion everywhere when a new movie comes out. With the imminent release of the newest Star Wars flick The Last Jedi, Australia's nationa...

UEFA will decide early next month whether A.C. Milan, a seven-time European champion, has the financial resources to re-enter its continental championships should it play its way back in.

Filed under: Etc.,Government/Legal "Honda" and "Fiat" were major beneficiaries on financial manager's spreadsheet.Continue reading Car names were code for FIFA bribes to soccer officials, witness testifies Car names were code...

Fans of Italy’s A.C. Milan greeted its new owner as a savior. Today, as the debt-burdened team bleeds money, questions swirl around its new benefactor.

Game developer Sports Interactive has done well at grabbing headlines and getting ahead of the curve to reflect current events. Four months after Brexit, the company announced that Football Manager 2017 would include potential scenarios reflecting pl...

Homophobia is still an issue in modern soccer. It's why some players who are gay choose to come out after their careers, such as German midfielder Thomas Hitzlsperger or U.S. winger Robbie Rogers, who has since returned to the game. SEE ALSO: Goalkee...

Since 1990, qualifying for the World Cup has seemed like a birthright for the U.S. men’s national team. In the three decades since it last failed to qualify for a World Cup (1986), all of England, France, Portugal, Uruguay and the Netherlands have...