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Arsenal

Reports: Alexis Sanchez Agrees Mammoth Contract With Man Utd Worth £500,000-A-Week AFTER TAX

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WOW-WOW-WEE-WAH. The transfer is still some way off being concluded but Alexis Sanchez has now reportedly agreed a contract with Manchester United and it's absolutely effing massive.

As per Matt Law in the Telegraph, Sanchez has shaken on a four-year deal worth £14million after tax, which roughly equates to a weekly wage of £500,000.

Full Arsenal Injury List Update and Team News ahead of Wigan game

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Arsenal's injury situation ahead of the match against Wigan isn't looking too good as a few Gunners are still in contention and will have to undergo further tests until they will be cleared for the game. Gibbs is unlikely to feature in the match, as Brazilian Andre Santos is due to replace him and continue [.

Arsenal injury update – Only FOUR players on treatment table

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Oh how Arsene Wenger would have liked to have this injury list back in January when he had all four full-backs on the treatment table as well as eight other players out. But at least he can be happy there will be no excuses for any slip-ups in the crucial run to the finishing line [...]

Arsenal Injury News Update – Santos and Diaby to return next week

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The Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has plenty reasons to be a happy man at the moment. Besides the fact that the team is on a fantastic run at the moment and has managed some impressive games and some incredible comebacks, the Gunners seem to be on the way to getting fully fit as well. Left-back [...]

Full Arsenal injury update ahead of Milan showdown

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The game against Liverpool took away a lot more than it gave for Arsenal as Arsene Wenger's squad is decimated now ahead of the AC Milan match. It's not enough that the game would have been a very hard one and that the mission is already made impossible by the four goals received in the [...]

Full Arsenal injury update – Wenger’s options improve yet again

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Just a couple of weeks ago Arsene Wenger had a full team of players on the treatment table, but ahead of tonights game against Bolton the Arsenal injury list has reduced by half. Bacary Sagna may have only played a few minutes on Sunday, but it was a relief to see him back after three [...]

Full Arsenal injury update – Fabianski’s back! (But nobody else I’m afraid)

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Arsene Wenger had nothing but bad news for Arsenal fans ahead of the crucial match against Man Utd this weekend, well unless it can be considered good news that Fabianski will replace Almunia on the bench. There were hopes that Mikel Arteta and Thomas Vermaelen could get fit in time for the game, but Wenger [.

Full Arsenal injury list update – Denilson, Arshavin and Rosicky return, and Cesc, Bendtner and Clichy are close

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Arsenal's injury list is still a mile long, but Arsene Wenger is cheered by the news that Thomas Rosicky has been passed "completely fit" after a scan, and will be able to rejoin the squad to face Everton. He says that captain Cesc Fabregas and Gael Clichy are not too far from fitness, but he prefers [.

Arsenal FC vs Liverpool First European Clash Match Report

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One of the most talked about games was here and what a game it was. As arsenal and Liverpool prepared for their first ever european clash ever, I am sure the managers had a lot on their hands to get ready for. Arsenal's line up included Manuel Almunia; Kolo Toure, William Gallas, Philippe Senderos, Gael Clichy; [.

Liverpool

Agger fit for Manchester City Clash

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Boss Brendan Rodgers has confirmed Centre back Daniel Agger is ready to return to Liverpool's starting XI as the Reds bid to strengthen their title push against Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday.

Agger missed last week's 2-1 win against West Ham United with a knee injury, but returned to training earlier this week.

LFC Injury updates

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Martin Kelly will be out for 4 weeks with a torn hamstring. Considering the nature of the injury, 4 weeks is quite encouraging. Possibly Glen Johnson will return to his original position on the right and Aurelio will come in on the left for the game against Man U (although Kenny has had a tendency to try Fabio in a central midfield role).

LFC News updated

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We have just updated our website to give you the user a better experience. We have made a few tweeks behind the scenes to make sure that the website works as efficiently as possible. This will enable us to bring you the best LFC News for you die hard Liverpool Football Club Fans. Lets hope the club [.

World Cup

We may look different, but don't fret! AFR is still the same.

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Posted By Eric Beard, A Football Report Co-Founder

Just like Pique, the jalapeno pepper who was the mascot for the 1986 World Cup in Mexico, and Gerard Pique, the Barcelona and Spain defender, here at AFR we've kept our name, but we've changed our site's look a little bit.

UPDATE -- Blanco to Veracruz

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Hey everyone, just wanted to clear a few things up in regards to the Blanco situation.

A source close to the situation told me that Blanco and Veracruz agreed to a one year deal -- which will begin in January -- with an opt out clause for any point in the year. This means that Blanco can choose to leave Veracruz at any point during the one-year deal and either return to the Fire (who will continue negotiating with Blanco and his agent), join another team or retire.

World Cup 2010

Holden Injury Update; Nigel De Jong Must Pay

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It's being reported that USA and Bolton midfielder Stuart Holden fractured his right fibula in yesterday's match with the Netherlands and will be out for at least six weeks. Holden, originally from Aberdeen, Scotland, had played fairly well before a hard challenge from Nigel De Jong forced his substitution in the 30th minute.

World Cup Update: October 14th 2009

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For Europe, South America and the CONCACAF region, yesterday saw the last chance for teams to grab an automatic qualifying place for the 2010 World Cup. It was also the last chance for some teams to claim a 'Get Out Of Jail Free' card - or a play-off place, as it's known in football circles.

Here's our round-up of all the important news from each of those regions.

World Cup Update Part 2: The rest of the world

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Somewhat later than planned (for which we apologise), here's a round-up of last weekend's action from the World Cup qualifiers outside of Europe.

South America
With Brazil and Paraguay already in situ for a place in the 2010 World Cup Finals, it was Chile who were the next to take their chance by beating Colombia 4-2 in Medellin.

World Cup Update Part 1: Europe

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The good ship World Cup is almost ready to set sail for South Africa and the penultimate round of qualifiers ensured eight more countries secured their berth for 2010. Here's how they got there starting off with our first update from

Europe
Reigning champions Italy confirmed they'll be defending their title next year, but only thanks to a last-minute equaliser by Alberto Gilardino in Dublin.

World Cup 2010 Qualifying Update (Part 2)

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It's now time for Part 2 of our comprehensive update looking at the World Cup qualifiers that which took place during May and June. Having dealt with the African section last week, we now turn our attention to what's happening in...

South America

Overview
Once again, all ten South American teams play each other twice in a single big round robin group.

World Cup 2010 Qualifying Update (Part 1)

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While the eyes of your average European soccer fan were squarely focused on Euro 2008 recently, other things were, remarkably, going on elsewhere in the world.

We speak, of course, about the qualifying competition for World Cup 2010 and this May and June has proven to be a busy period for every continent except Europe, so let's catch up with what's been going on, starting with.

World Cup 2010 Update (February 2007)

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Time to switch on the FIFA radar once again as we search for all the latest action taking place around the globe in the 2010 World Cup qualifiers.

In this bulletin, we've got news from Asia and North & Central America so let's begin by saying that most of the continental sections are currently either enjoying a rest period or waiting to get going in earnest, thereby leaving just the two we've mentioned.

World Cup 2010 Update (January 2007)

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Time now to bring you up-to-date with another of our special monthly World Cup 2010 Updates. They're 'special' because we publish them roughly every six weeks or so, and they don't come more monthly than that.

Anyway, if we're honest there's not a whole lot to report on as proceedings wound down for the Christmas break after our last message.

Scotland

Club index page update and Club page layout changes

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Due to the increase in the number of clubs in the Archive, we have now updated the Club index page layout, which has letter indexes.

Once more clubs are added, we will obviously need to add search (probably live search) to the club pages as well.

We have also updated the layout of the individual Club pages as well, an example here with Aberdeen's page.

Fixture data, including Scottish Cup, loaded

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Finally, we've updated the league data to include every fixture since the league started in 1890.

We've also loaded the Scottish Cup data, including every round since 1873.

We're now entering a period of validating the data, to make sure that all these results are correct, any errors you find, please let us know.

League fixtures data nearing completion

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We are in the process of loading and validating the last few seasons of league fixture data.

Once this is complete, we want to offer the ability to run "reports" against the data, for example, head-to-head, season-by-season, by date, and more.

If you have any ideas for good ways to search the data, please get in touch.

International data load

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We have uploaded all 678 Scottish International games data, including as much information we could get about each game.

Over the coming weeks we'll be adding data to the games, including appearance information, but for now you can search by season, opposition or competition.

We'd be interested to hear what type of searches you would like for the international data, so please get in touch by any of the usual ways.

grounds

Completed Ground/League Table data

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I have now completed all the initial 56 grounds I have information for, which includes some defunct grounds, and others of interest.

With regards to the league table data, I have now completed all professional leagues up to and including 2006-07.

I will work on the non-league data, as well as adding functions that allow you to report and aggregate league data for each club.

More ground pictures and data added

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I have now updated over 40 of the grounds with complete information (as currently required), including Google Map location (where the zoom level is appropriate), and Flickr images (where I have personally chosen the pictures).

Also included is some capacity and record attendance information, along with some data pulled from Wikipedia.

The Rest

Ein 90 Minuten Update

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Es gibt Bücher, die finden wir einfach nur gut. Eines davon hat uns so gut gefallen, dass wir den Autoren unbedingt kennenlernen mussten und wie es sich dann halt immer so ergibt, war er einen Tag später unser neuer Kolumnist auf Fritten, Fussball & Bier. Die Rede ist natürlich von Mark Scheppert, dem weltreisenden Fussballfan [.

The Liver Bird Is Going Abroad!

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Bring on the sangria! Ok, well, the blog isn't going abroad but I am. I've never been abroad before and I'm stupendously excited but the downside is for the first time EVERÂ IÂ will unfortunately have to miss a post or two. Today's post is basically to give you a run down of what's happening and also have a quick chat about the two games affected whilst I'm away.

The Soccer Saturday Drinking Game 2010…

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The Soccer Saturday Drinking Game! – because you didn't wanna go out this saturday night anyway !

Official Rules:-

  • -Â Every time a goal is scored:- 1 shot of beer
  • - Every sending off:- 1 shot of Jager (or substitute)
  • - Half time:- Absolutley no alcoholic beverages may be imbibed during this period.

Bet You Thought D Class Killed Me…

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Sorry for the extended absence. Here I go to get my 'D' coaching license and then disappear - makes you wonder what they did to me! It definitely was an intense and exhausting class. Thankfully it wasn't 95+ degrees every day and we had some great kids volunteer to play during our evals, allowing us [.

Image gallery and video sections added

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We've added image gallery and video sections, to the site, along with an updated layout for the top navigation.

The image gallery section is intended to show off images that currently do not have any page of their own, any suggestions for images would be greatly appreciated.

With the video section for now, we'll be adding in YouTube videos for now, until we've found enough to make this into a proper section of it's own.

International data load started

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We have started upon loading the international data into the website, and the International section has been started.

If you have any information or thoughts on how to arrange the data in this area, then please get in touch.

For example, this is the Scotland v England game from 1872.

Projected SuperDraft Order

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I've been meaning to update this list for a couple weeks now that the playoffs are quickly coming to a close with the MLS Cup just weeks away. Only four clubs remain in the hunt for the league prize but it is still a good time as ever to update this list. Hat tip to Climbing [...]