Coveted international striker names Arsenal as possible destination

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Timo Werner has stated that he wants to move to a big club in the future, naming Arsenal as a possible destination. The 21 year-old shot to fame with RB Leipzig last season, scoring 21 goals in 31 Bundesliga outings and has impressed on the international stage also, scoring six goals in only seven competitive [.

Arsenal Have The Best Model For LASTING Success!

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The "Arsenal Way" Is Very Appealing: Liverpool To Copy Arsenal Yes indeed, a lot of football clubs around the world look at Arsenal as a gleaming example of how a club is properly run. Some look at us in a Jealous light (smearing and jeering), because deep down they realise that in the long run...Arsenal [.

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Sapling Snapshot – The Outoftowners Edition

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With the Portland Timbers Academy roster popping up this week and before I try and delve into the full roster – here is a quick glance at the three players on the roster NOT from Oregon or Southwest Washington.

The Timbers have three players from outside of the standard territory on the U-18 Roster: Lucas Cawley (Centerville, Utah), Michael Gray (Las Vegas, Nev.

Results for Bergen ( 1 – 3 ) Club Brugge at Stade Charles Tondreau on August 26, 2012, 7:30 pm

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Match just over at Stade Charles Tondreau Jupiler League Home Team Bergen Goals & Scorers 66′: penalty Mustapha Jarju Toubabo; Keeper Olivier Werner Midfield Arnor Angeli; Benjamin Nicaise; Tom Van Imschoot; Zola Matumona; Mustapha Jarju Toubabo; Forwards Aloys Nong; Defense Nicolas Timmermans; Jérémy Sapina; Daan Van Gijseghem; [.

What Ever Happened To: Hank Steinbrecher

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By Clemente Lisi – NEW YORK, NY (Aug 20, 2012) US Soccer Players – Hank Steinbrecher has been a ubiquitous presence on the American soccer scene for the past few decades. Elected as a builder into the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 2005, Steinbrecher was the recipient of this year's Werner Fricker award - the United States Soccer Federation's top honor.