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Remembering Hillsborough A note: Originally, this was set to be...

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Remembering Hillsborough

A note:

Originally, this was set to be posted yesterday morning as a commemoration of sorts to the victims of the 1989 Hillsborough Tragedy. While polishing the post and gathering a few accompanying photos, Ireceiveda text message alerting me to the fact that something terrible had occurred near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.

The Truth.

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By Saf Hossain

When 96 football supporters did not return from a match in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, on a terrible afternoon in April of 1989, an entire city was united in grief. Liverpool is a place where a father can be blue, but his son a red. For a while, all of football rallied in solidarity.

Hillsborough: Never Forget.

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Today marks the 21st anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster. On April the 15th 1989, thousands of Liverpool supporters on a beautiful April afternoon made their way to Sheffield to watch their beloved football club play in the FA Cup semi final. Nobody that morning when they set out to the game though could begin to imagine [.

The Liverpool Lad Who Deserves All Our Support

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Free at last.

Freed Liverpool fan Michael Shields today paid tribute to the Merseyside football fans who helped secure his release.
The 22-year old was sentenced to 10 years in prison in Bulgaria for an attack on a barman in 2005, but has always maintained his innocence.

Dropping Carra - A Big Mistake

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Stability. Composure. Quality. These are just a few adjectives that England's defense certainly doesn't deserve based on the Three Lions' 2-2 draw against Holland in their most recent international fixture. However, only the aforementioned adjectives can do justice to one defender that England's system failed to recognize.

Can Lampard be the England Number 8 Again?

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Fabio Capello may have led England to one of its best starts in a World Cup qualification campaign. However, as the Three Lions' last outing against European Champions Spain suggests, there is still a lot of learning to do for Mr. Capello before he gets his starting eleven completely right. At least I feel this way.

Arsenal

Arsenal Debate: Should Arsenal Lead the Fight For Justice?

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Arsenal FC Should Lead The Movement For Reformation By JG Arsene Wenger, speaks out in regards of "official decisions" quite regularly during the course of any season; and this season hasn't been any different. Wenger has always been one to point out the absolute nonsensical tendencies of the so-called "football justice system", and has been [.

Arsenal Debate: Should Arsenal Lead the Fight For Justice?

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Arsenal FC Should Lead The Movement For Reformation By JG Arsene Wenger, speaks out in regards of "official decisions" quite regularly during the course of any season; and this season hasn't been any different. Wenger has always been one to point out the absolute nonsensical tendencies of the so-called "football justice system", and has been [.

Justice Prevails in Eduardo Saga

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Arsenal striker Eduardo, who has recently been a frequent victim of jeering from rival fans around the nation, has finally been vindicated over a diving accusation that marred his reputation of a sincere and hardworking striker. The Croatia international, who was banned for an attempt to deceive the officials by going down without any contact during Arsenal's Champions League clash against Celtic last month, was exempted from blame on the grounds of a lack of clear evidence.

Young Americans Denied Harshly

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A capacity crowd of more than 78,000 was in attendance at the CONCACAF Gold Cup final on Sunday. At the full time whistle, Giants Stadium appeared to be a sight of gross injustice more than anything else. After resiliently fighting with their third-string side for the entire tournament, the Americans finally fell to their bitter regional rivals, Mexico, albeit very harshly.

What if All Refs Were Perfect?

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If you tuned in to last Sunday's Premiership Talk Podcast, you would have heard me discuss the "Right Result table." What is this mythical table, and what exactly does it mean? Let me explain... The guys over at RightResult.net have been "fixing" refereeing errors in the Premier League for some time now.

Trialist Sainey Tourey Signed. Ubiparipovic, Vindicated.

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After trialing with the team the past two weeks, Gambian youth player Sainey Tourey has signed on the dotted line for the Red Bulls and will be available for tommorrows DC United clash.

Tourey has trialed with Arsenal in the past. He has also been a part of the Gambian Under 20's and 17's, playing a key role as a stud forward.

incident

Football’s Highest Governing Body is bound to be pressed on Henry saga

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Image via Wikipedia The Irish Justice Minister had already asked Football's Highest Governing Body, FIFA for a replay match for the World Cup qualification after the controversial incident of Thierry Henry handling the ball in the Irish penalty zone before passing the ball to teammate William Gallas who headed home.

Henry admits to Hand Ball – FIFA need to comment

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Image via Wikipedia It's a shock and disbelief for many of the supporters and Irish fans where Ireland's hopes were dashed after the equalizer by William Gallas. Before crossing the ball Thierry Henry was seen to handle the ball twice which was not observed by the sideline officials and resulted in the equalizer.

The Rest

Remembering May 11 By Zack Goldman Yesterday was a day of...

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Remembering May 11

ByZack Goldman

Yesterday was a day of celebration in the Barclays Premier League, but it could, and should, have been so much more.

Manchester City won their second league title in three years with a 2-0 victory over West Ham United, who supplied a challengecon briobut sans any real threat to the champions.

British player in court bid for Twitter details

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LONDON, England A British soccer player is suing Twitter over information published on the messaging website, the BBC reported on Friday, fuelling a growing debate in Britain over the right to privacy and press freedom in the internet age. The unnamed professional player began proceedings at London's High Court this week, accusing the U.

Refs Spoil a Brilliant Goal

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What direction is football heading in? Sunday afternoon was supposed to be a feast of world class football; a battle between the titans; Manchester United versus Chelsea. Instead, Howard Webb and his team of assistant referees were determined to leave their own mark on the game, and for that reason football was robbed of one of its great goals.

Corinthians managers accused by Public Attorney's office

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Several top managers from popular Brazilian club Corinthians were accused by the Brazilian Public Attorney's office this past week, due to the involvement with international investment fund MSI. They were accused of illegal financial operations, including money laundering. According to the Folha de Sao Paulo newspaper, the investigation also mentions possible plans by the team and MSI to use financial means to prevent the team from being relegated, if it ever were in risk of doing so.