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Arsenal

ALL the reasons why Wayne Rooney will not go to Arsenal

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Wayne Rooney Heading to Arsenal? Highly Unlikely by MA

Since the now retired Sir Alex Ferguson excluded Wayne Rooney from the Manchester United team that lost to Real Madrid in the return leg quarter final match of the 2013 Champions League and his subsequent revelation that Rooney has asked for a transfer, rumors have been flying around as to the club Wayne Rooney will lace his boots for next season should he decide to leave Manchester United.

Wenger – Van Persie is not our only goalscorer (I hope!)

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Arsene Wenger is adamant that the other Arsenal strikers will end up scoring goals, whether Robin Van Persie carries on his phenomenal form or not, although at the moment it seems that the Dutchman is the only one that is winning games for the Gunners this season. "At the moment I can't deny that we [.

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Van Bommel red-carded but Milan win again

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MILAN, Italy — Mark van Bommel was sent off on his AC Milan league debut but the Serie A leaders still claimed the three points in a 2-0 win at Catania on Saturday. Despite playing most of the second half with 10 men, goals from Robinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic sent Milan seven points clear at [...]

Group A: Spurs beat Bremen; Inter stumbling across finish

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LONDON, England — Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp urged Spurs to win their Champions League qualifying group after watching them clinch qualification to the last 16 with a 3-0 win over Bundesliga side Werder Bremen. Goals from Younes Kaboul, Luka Modric and Peter Crouch fired Spurs into the knockout rounds at White Hart Lane, leaving Redknapp's [.

English Premier League

Everton sounding out Steve Zakuani

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SEATTLE, Wa Seattle Sounders striker Steve Zakuani, 22, has agreed to train with Everton and may be allowed to gain Premier League experience during the MLS close season. Zakuani said: "As for my off season plans, I plan to spend a few days in London visiting old friends and family before going up to [.

Everton sounding out Steve Zakuani

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SEATTLE, Wa Seattle Sounders striker Steve Zakuani, 22, has agreed to train with Everton and may be allowed to gain Premier League experience during the MLS close season. Zakuani said: "As for my off season plans, I plan to spend a few days in London visiting old friends and family before going up to [.

The Friday List of Little or No Consequence #126

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I was the first...
32 Players Who Scored The First Goal For Their Club In The Premier League

1. Steve Bould (for Arsenal v Norwich, 1992)
2. Dalian Atkinson (for Aston Villa v Ipswich, 1992)
3. Stern John (for Birmingham v Everton, 2002)
4. Stuart Ripley (for Blackburn v Crystal Palace, 1992)
5.

No Charity From Ferguson

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Sir Alex Ferguson was in no mood for charity after Chelsea struck the first psychological blow ahead of the new Premier League season with a 4-1 penalty shoot-out win at Wembley on Sunday.

The Scot was furious that referee Chris Foy failed to spot a blatant block by substitute Michael Ballack on Patrice Evra prior to Chelsea scoring a "deciding" second goal on 70 minutes.

Ruud for £1.25 Million? Yes Please!

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The transfer rumor mill is in full force once again, and almost all of the rumors revolve around some up and coming Spanish club that goes by the name of Real Madrid (surely a rip-off of the MLS side Real Salt Lake). This time the rumors concern Dutch striker Ruud van Nistelrooy, who has a rumored price tag of just £1.

Robinho, Ronaldo, or Anelka?

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With a little more than half of the season gone, the race for the golden boot award is just as tight as the title race. While the Premier League title is arguably a two horse race, the race for leading goalscorer is between three main candidates: Nicolas Anelka is currently top with fourteen league goals; Robinho has eleven league goals at City; and Cristiano Ronaldo, with all of his troubles this season, is also on eleven goals.

Robinho, Ronaldo, or Anelka?

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With a little more than half of the season gone, the race for the golden boot award is just as tight as the title race. While the Premier League title is arguably a two horse race, the race for leading goalscorer is between three main candidates: Nicolas Anelka is currently top with fourteen league goals; Robinho has eleven league goals at City; and Cristiano Ronaldo, with all of his troubles this season, is also on eleven goals.

Has David Moyes Completed the Puzzle?

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I don't know about you, but I am genuinely excited about the rest of the Premier League season. Unlike other seasons, it's not just the title race that is exciting me. Instead, it's the whole table. After the closing of the January transfer window, I can't help but take a look at the battle going on between Aston Villa, Arsenal, and Everton.

An Angolan at Hull? Yep!

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When Manchester United signed Angolan striker Manucho last year, everyone was confused, anxious, and excited. Rumors were floating around saying that Manucho is a carbon copy of Didier Drogba, that he'd be the 4th striker Sir Alex Ferguson has been dreaming of, and that he would go down in United folklore.

Liverpool Standout Linked with MLS

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The Chicago Fire are pursuing a former Liverpool star.

World Cup

England V Slovenia: Today is the day!

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Image via Wikipedia England v Slovenia is the most important game England have played so far in the tournament. It's either win, or go home. England v Slovenia Odds have England as the hot favourites but the same was said before the Algerian game and we all know how that ended. With the amount of [..

Top five conclusions: Paraguay 0-1 Spain

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1. Congratulations to the goalscorer, Left Post. To be fair, Right Post has to take a lot of credit for the assist. 2. Welcome to crazy penalty land, where there's no consistency over encroaching into the area, stonewall penalties are turned down and borderline penalties are given. And that's just in the space of a few [.

Burley Earns His Second Chance

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With the commencement of the UEFA Champions League group stages this midweek, an important piece of news was relegated to the back of most reporting outlets. Perhaps another reason behind the lack of coverage for the story in question was the refusal, on part of most football lovers, to recollect any part of the uninspiring internationals break.

Last Roll of The Dice for Cruel Hand Luke

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On the 20th of June 2006 in Cologne, Germany, I was sat high behind the goal in the RheinEnergieStadion (then called simply 'The FIFA World Cup Stadium') when in the fourth minute, a figure crumpled to the ground. It was hard to see who it was from my unique vantage point, but the man sitting to my left immediately turned round and said 'any money it's Owen'.

The Rest

Adelaide lead in Australia

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Adelaide streaked further ahead in the A-League in Australia this weekend; for the simple reason they have more than one goalscorer and can score more than one goal a game.

In the EPL Chelsea are among the top scorers and lead the way in the scrong charts and the same is true in Australia.

BORO BACK TO WINNING WAYS..........

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TUESDAY FEBRUARY 23rd.


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Goalscorer Rob Northern.


Goalscorer Ryan Blott.


UP THE BORO.

The Friday List of Little or No Consequence #98

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18 Football Players That Scored On Their Debuts *

1. Emmanuel Adebayor (Arsenal)
2. Craig Bellamy (Manchester City)
3. Lee Bowyer (Leeds United)
4. Lee Chapman (Leeds United)
5. Jermaine Defoe (West Ham, Tottenham, Portsmouth, Tottenham (again))
6.