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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger tells Serge Gnabry to take his big chance

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Arsene Wenger has told Arsenal youngster to take advantage of the "fantastic opportunity" to establish himself as a first-team regular. Injuries to Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain have presented the 18-year-old with the chance to get some game-time under his belt. The German youngster featured in last weekend's victory against Stoke, and Wenger wants [.

Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea target Fernando Llorente for January move

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Spain international Fernando Llorente is a January transfer target for Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea. The former Athletic Bilbao striker has failed to make an impression since joining Juventus on a free transfer earlier this summer. He finds himself behind Carlos Tevez and Mirko Vucinic in the Old Lady's pecking order and is also rumoured to [.

Liverpool and Arsenal battle for MK Dons youngster Dele Alli

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MK Dons midfielder Dele Alli is reportedly a transfer target for Liverpool and Arsenal. The 6ft 2in 17-year-old is likely to be sold very soon with both clubs interesting in wrapping up a deal before the transfer window closes. But he could be loaned straight back to his current club to ensure he continues to [.

Crystal Palace plot loan move for Arsenal flop Marouane Chamakh

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Crystal Palace are interested in taking out-of-favour Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh on loan. The Morocco international could be offered a six-month move to salvage his Premier League career, reports The Sun. The former Bordeaux striker failed to make an impression at the Emirates after joining on a free transfer in the summer 2010 transfer window.

Backpage roundup: Djourou still In Wenger’s plans, Coquelin’s ‘Play me or lose me’ threat, Sagna criticises English players and Baines linked with Arsen

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Djourou Still Has Arsenal Future Wenger

Arsene Wenger has said that Johan Djourou still has a future at Arsenal despite the fact that the centre-half wanted to leave the club in the summer transfer window.

Djourou made just 14 first-team appearances for the Gunners last season and hasn't featured at all in the club's 2012/13 campaign.

The Ox and The Coq

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A matter of luck

Looking back at the start of the season (I know it has only just begun and we haven't played that many games but allow me to indulge in it) and especially after the departure of Alex Song, at that time I really thought that Francis Coquelin would be a confirmed starter. It's no rocket science that he is one who could play in a similar role to the one vacated by Song.

Mixed Bags

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Complete focus on one player for today

One round of international completed and we're safe. Safe in the sense that there are no reports of any of our players look to have suffered any injuries. In fact, it was a successful night of football for some of our players. Getting on the scoresheet and so on.

The Liverpool Transfer Roundup, in Numbers

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Ducky's Note: After we featured Joe Allen in our first Liverpool post in almost as much time as it took Torres to score for Chelsea, we seem to have opened the floodgates, at least by this site's Liverpool-post-frequency standards. So next up we have Arunkumar Sekhar, picking through Liverpool's transfer dealings with a numerical obsession nearing John Nash's.

Arsenal Season Predictions – Perry, Felegy and Lachlan

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Hey guys. Us here at The Arsenal Offside have done a bit of a prediction for the season ahead. It was going to go up last week before the season actually started, but sadly I got distracted and wrote about some guy who decided to do what some little boy told him to and moved to Manchester United. What gives?

Backpage roundup: Song leaving, Wenger’s FFP warning, Walcott’s new deal and more

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Barcelona Agree Song Fee

Arsenal have announced that they have reached an agreement with FC Barcelona for the transfer of defensive midfielder Alexandre Song.

The deal, which is subject to Song passing a medical and agreeing personal terms with the La Liga giants, will see the Gunners pocket £15 million.

The van Persie Skeptics Brigade

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With Robin van Persie's transfer finally completed, we finally see this long drawn out but unusually calm transfer saga draw to a close. And not surprisingly, lots of United fans are excited at the prospect of van Persie signing with us, as they rightfully should be. Any time a player who has scored 30 league goals in a season is about to sign with your club, delight and joy are the emotions that one should be feeling.

Patrick Vieira was a much bigger traitor than Van Persie….and he stayed at Arsenal

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RVP Booing: by SV Yesterday Arsenal gave an absolute twatting to what was, in fairness, a decidedly average Cologne side. Our skipper – and he is still our skipper – got about twenty minutes of game time. He got, in fact, just enough game time to leave his situation in a state of complete ambiguity.

New signings impress, the Gervinho Express, and RvP does something too

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When your stream is lagging behind your commentary, Arabic commentators are an immeasurable help. In normal circumstances, voice modulation and discernible enthusiasm can ruin an impending goal for you; but these brethren from the Middle East keep up such an impossibly high and jovial tempo throughout the game that it basically gives off the image of Arsenal punting it into the net every second.

Big name linked with Chelsea exit!

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With plenty of new additions at Chelsea and not forgetting Yossi Benayoun returning to the fold from his loan at Arsenal, there is plenty of players fighting for the midfield places at Chelsea this season and one name has popped up a few times this summer being linked with a move and that is Raul Meireles.

Tottenham Hotspur

Hull sign Spurs duo Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore

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Hull City Tigers (pause for sniggers) have agreed to sign Tottenham midfield pair Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore. England international Huddlestone, aged 26, will move to the KC Stadium for £5m, while 23-year-old Livermore will join on a season-long loan. Both players will undergo medicals tomorrow before completing their deals.

Rodgers Wanted Spiranovic At Liverpool

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Recalled Australia defender Matthew Spiranovic could have joined Brad Jones at Liverpool this season - but instead landed regular first-team football in the Middle East. The 24-year-old centre-back, who signed for Qatari Stars League outfit Al Arabi on a lucrative two-year deal in July, received an approach from new Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers the same month, after the Northern Irishman had earlier tried to sign him for his former club Swansea City.

Liverpool

Manchester United linked with Udinese’s Luis Muriel

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Udinese striker Luis Muriel is Manchester United's preferred replacement for Wayne Rooney. Reports in the Metro suggest the the Colombia international is the champions' top target as they prepare to sell Rooney to Chelsea. The pacy forward is likely to cost around £18m. Muriel was a one time Liverpool target and the star of [.

Fulham ready to bid £5m for Liverpool defender Sebastian Coates

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Liverpool defender Sebastian Coates could be set for a move to Fulham. The Uruguay international has not made a major impression on the Reds' first-team since his arrival from Nacional. The arrival of ex-Manchester City defender Kolo Toure suggests that, even after Jamie Carragher's arrival, his prospects of regular game time will not improve.

Andy Carroll linked with a move away yet again

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According to reports in Italy, the Reds are in talks with Italian giants AC Milan over a possible loan deal for striker Andy Carroll.

Reports say the two clubs are discussing an initial loan deal with the option to make the move permanent for €13.5 million at the end of the season, the figure seems to be ridiculously low.

LIVERPOOL WANT CHELSEA'S STURRIDGE

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Liverpool have again been heavily linked with Chelsea's young striker, Daniel Sturridge.His asking price is now thought to be £25 million which is out of Brendan Rodger's price-range. However, the new Liverpool Manager is hoping to off-load Charlie Adam, Jay Spearing and Stuart Downing to raise funds to buy the striker from Chelsea.

Liverpool Latest : Including Enrique Injury Update

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Full back Jose Enrique will miss the Reds Europa League fixture against Hearts as manager Brendan Rodgers prepares to field a much-changed side.

The 26 year old was absent for last Saturday's 3-0 Premier League defeat at West Brom due to a knee injury, which he picked up in training.

"He had a couple of scans which didn't show a great deal but he's still in pain," said Rodgers.

Liverpool Midfielder Linked With Shock Switch To Everton

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Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam is being linked with a shock switch across town to Merseyside rivals Everton.
According to the Mirror, Adam could be sold for as little as £5 million, as Liverpool plan to bring in Real Madrid star Nuri Sahin on an initial season long loan.
Adam, who announced himself in the Premier League two years ago with Blackpool, has reportedly been informed by new Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers that he is not a guaranteed started and that increased competition in the squad may see his game time severely restricted.

West Ham

Squad Appraisal: The curious case of Chelsea’s strike force

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Much has been spoken and written about Liverpool's wafer thin striker line up for the current season. Luis Suarez has been particularly wasteful in front of the goal and Fabio Borini hasn't shown any resourcefulness either. To add to their compounding woes, their pony-tailed striker Andy Carroll has moved to West Ham on loan (with Big Sam at the helm, it's a match made in heaven).

West Ham 3-0 Fulham Highlights

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szólj hozzá: West Ham vs Fulham 3:0 HIGHLIGHTS

Kevin Nolan gave the Hammer's the best possible start scoring after just a minute before Winston Reid and Matt Taylor added two more goals before half-time to end any hopes of a Fulham comeback. Andy Carroll made an impressive debut at Upton Park before an injured hamstring ended his game time midway through the second-half.

Jaime Castrillon

Colorado - Portland 2: Electric Boogaloo

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Maybe Turbo and Ozone can help us...
Due to being in Portland for the weekend, this will be a combined game review, such as it was, and game preview. Though there really isn't anything to review, due tot he nature of the game and the fact that I was seeing it in person from a lousy seat there isn't much to talk about.

Clampdown

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Ah, the Clash
Back to the main point of this blog. Things don't get easier for the Rapids as their at the Supporters Shield leading Earthquakes tomorrow night. Not an easy place to turn things around. Game time tomorrow is 8:30pm on Altitude, so go out and enjoy the bike race in Golden, Boulder, or areas in-between, get a good dinner, and settle down for some soccer.

Rapids Try To Get Chivas' Goat

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Maybe some roasted goat at the tailgate?
The Under-A-Chivas are in town tomorrow coming off a beat down at the hands of the LA Galaxy. The Rapids really need to pick up home points to have any playoff chance at all, so this is almost a must-win game. Game time tomorrow is 7pm, so the tailgate starts at 5.

Time For A New Streak

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Yep, still using this pic :D
The Rapids are in Dallas tomorrow, aka DSG Park South (at least in the playoffs). Two teams that have fallen greatly since they met almost two years ago in Toronto for MLS Cup. Dallas is in worse shape than we are though, needing a miracle to even sniff the playoffs while if the Rapids can get hot over the next 5 games, 4 of which are against teams out of the playoffs, they can be back in the picture.

Rapids Face Own Battle Of New Orleans

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Andrew Jackson and Company take on the British
200 years ago this year the War of 1812 started. On Christmas Eve 1814 the Treaty of Ghent, ending hostilities, was signed. Due to the slow pace of communication in the 1800's New Orleans didn't find out about the treaty until after the Americans defended the city from the British on January 8th, 1815.

UVA Women's Soccer

No. 7 UVA Women Away at Texas Friday

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Virginia Opens Road Schedule Friday at Texas Cavaliers and Longhorns play on first day of Time Warner Cable Texas Invitational

CHARLOTTESVILLE – The No. 7 Virginia women's soccer team makes its first road trip of the season this weekend as it heads to Austin, Texas, for the Time Warner Cable Texas Invitational.

No. 8 Virginia Women Host Liberty Wednesday

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Cavaliers Continue Homestand Wednesday Against Liberty Virginia looks for second straight win over in-state competition

CHARLOTTESVILLE – The No. 8 Virginia women's soccer team continues its season-opening four-game homestand Wednesday as it hosts Liberty. Game time at Klöckner Stadium is set for 7 p.

No. 7 UVA Women Shutout at Notre Dame 2-0

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Women's Soccer Drops Preseason Opener at Notre Dame 2-0 Cavaliers host Georgetown in preseason finale on Sunday

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – The Virginia women's soccer team opened its 2012 schedule with a 2-0 exhibition loss on a rainy, windy Friday afternoon at the Notre Dame Practice Field.

The Rest

Video: Gareth Bale says he is ‘behind physically’ compared to his Real Madrid team-mates

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Gareth Bale says he is lacking in the fitness department compared to his new Real Madrid team-mates but is hoping to catch-up soon. He hinted that his chances of playing against Villarreal this weekend hang in the balance, although it would be a huge surprise if manager Carlo Ancelotti doesn't hand him a debut [.

Missouri Southern Lions Earn Point At UMSL

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The Lions opened at UMSL on Friday afternoon and built upon the foundation laid in last year's late season run to the MIAA Championship, earning a tie at under difficult conditions. Playing on a rain-soaked pitch, in a game halted at one point due to tornado warnings, the team earned a point on the road against a GLVC Tourney qualifier.

Three points! Just about…

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Utd got their points campaign off-and-stumbling at Home against Fulham yesterday afternoon. While the three points were taken, there were two very different aspects to the victory which, while boasting an array of attacking talent, also featured a defence as nervous as a man who's just given the extremely valuable family teaset to Rob Green.

Revolution vs. Crew: Live Game Thread Part II

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It's game time again, and this time the New England Revolution have traveled to Ohio to take on the Columbus Crew. A win here would snap a seven game winless run and a four-match losing streak, but history is not on the side of the Revs; since 1996, New England's away record against the Crew is any abysmal 6-15-6.

MOSES: Fee agreed - have your say on his signing.

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Yesterday it was announced by Wigan that they have accepted Chelsea's FIFTH offer of around £9m for Victor Moses and the player is now free to discuss personal terms and speak with us.

I will be honest, for me the jury is out with Moses. It's obvious he has talent, has age on his side and has come on leaps and bounds by playing regular first team football at Wigan.

SPL: Five star

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Week three of the SPL.

Week three already. Or week two for any club that feels unconstrained by the league starting when booking their jollydays.

The marketing geniuses whose brains power the Hampden floodlights will be congratulating themselves for starting the SPL season a fortnight before the English could be bothered kicking off.

US Women Face Canada in Olympic Semifinal Monday

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Game time is 1:45 pm, the game is being broadcast live on NBC Sports. And yes, Ladue graduate Becky Sauerbrunn (2nd from left) is excited as are her teammates.

Yes, we are excited to be in the Olympic semi-finals... twitter.com/beckysauerbrun...

- Becky Sauerbrunn (@beckysauerbrunn) August 5, 2012

The semifinal between France and Japan is at 11:00 am on NBC Sports.