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England v Scotland At Wembley In 2013

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For the first time in more than a decade, England will play Scotland next year in a revival of the game's oldest international fixture.

The two nations will meet on Wednesday August 14, 2013 in a friendly at Wembley to mark the FA's 150th anniversary celebrations. It will be the 111th time the two countries have faced each other.

Jermain Defoe: A Right Royal Show

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After a minor faux-pas when he met British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, Jermain Defoe was determined to make a good impression on the dignitaries present at the 15th Anniversary celebrations of the Princes Trust Football Initiative.

Manchester City 1 Arsenal 0 : Fought To The Bitter End

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Subdued Song turned the game

We came, we fought and we came away with zero. Yet there's still much to admire about this Arsenal side. We did not get thrashed by the team supposedly to be champions elect. Neither were we outplayed and hung on by the skin of our teeth.

Arsene Wenger fielded the same line-up as the one that took to the field on our 125th anniversary celebrations.

OTP Podcast: Episode 17 – Mario Balti-telli

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Grant Holt: dexterous dolphin Ep.17 Mario Balti-telli by Off The Post on Mixcloud Like Mario Balotelli wolfing down a late night curry, the Off The Post Podcast is back and ready to tuck into all the tasty morsels of this weekend's Premier League that we couldn't pilau eyes away from. Prepare for naan other than [.

Top 10 conclusions Premier League weekend 10-11 December

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1. Arsenal anniversary celebrations like most Arsenal matches would be a duller place without Robin Van Persie. What a sweet goal. 2. If Martin O'Neill continues to bring that level of luck to Sunderland, Black Cats fans will be delighted to have him around the place. 3. Just imagine what Stoke City could [.

Top 10 conclusions Premier League weekend 10-11 December

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1. Arsenal anniversary celebrations like most Arsenal matches would be a duller place without Robin Van Persie. What a sweet goal. 2. If Martin O'Neill continues to bring that level of luck to Sunderland, Black Cats fans will be delighted to have him around the place. 3. Just imagine what Stoke City could [.

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Kickette Catch Up: Your Weekend Gossip Cheat Sheet

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The animal kingdom had a good weekend, y'all.

First, Chelsea's John Terry, took his wife and kids to meet characters from the movie "Madagascar"Â at Chessington World Of Adventures in Surrey. Then, Zinedine Zidane graced France's Disneyland Resort with his presence to launch the new Disney Dreams show as part of the theme park's 20th anniversary celebrations.

GUEST BLOG: 'Modern ITFC reconnects with the legends'

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The unveiling of the new Sir Alf Ramsey Stand at Portman Road yesterday, marked a special day of celebrations for Ipswich Town fans yesterday.

Generations of Blues fans (and players) stood together to pay their respect to the team and manager responsible for one of the proudest moments in our club's history.

Reds To Tour North America

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Liverpool has announced that they will face Roma in a pre-season friendly in Boston during a trip to North America this summer.
The Reds will play the Italian giants on 25th July at Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, who share owners with the Anfield club.
The match will form part of the ballpark's 100th anniversary celebrations.

Is This the Most Multicultural Team on Earth?

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In the spirit of the 125 anniversary celebrations, and in a follow up to Darren's recent blog about Arsenal's history, I now ask the question of whether the current team is the most multicultural team in history. I wasn't the first one to notice it, but we've recently used a couple of different lineups where every player hailed from a different country.