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Manchester United FC, Everton FC & Liverpool FC

About Manchester United, Everton and Liverpool.

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Gianfranco Zola Named West Ham United New Manager

The recent news regarding the retired Italian footballer Gianfranco Zola becoming the new West Ham United manager has brought many smiles and positive thoughts to the English team fans.

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Carling Cup Final 2009 at the Wembley Stadium

The Draw for Carling Cup (English League Cup) Semi-finals has already taken place with Leg 1 of the Semi Final held yesterday on 5 January 2009, and the second leg of the Semi Final to be held on 19 January 2009.

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Chelsea v Juventus- A tough Strike in UEFA Champions League On Feb 25

The fraternity of Chelsea manager Scolari increases after a run of bad football results that replace Chelsea from number two position to number to 4.

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Cristiano Ronaldo At Bernabeu Side This Summer- Media’s Favorite Sports Personality of Year

Cristiano Ronaldo who is consider talismanic ace of red devils is most likely to leave Man. United this summer and hold jersey number 9 at one of most influential club of Europe whom people known as Real Madrid.

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Kaka Alive In SERIE-A, In UEFA Cup And With Highest Transfer Bid Ever

Kaka one of the most influential player you ever witnessed these days and he is voted as best South American player in Europe.

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Newcastle Fought back 2-2 Against Everton in 22 Feb In Barclays Premier League Match

Newcastle fought with great spirits to earn dominance power over Everton last Sunday. Situation of the match turned into climax when Mikel Areta made a penalty which gave a striking lead to Everton.

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England Legend - Bobby Robson

Sir Bobby Robson, the former England manager from 1982 to 1990 sadly died on the 31st July 2009 at the age of 76, after a long battle with cancer, and it was this fighting spirit that he brought to his teams.

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2010 FIFA World Cup Previews – Group E

Group E contains the Netherlands, Denmark, Japan and Cameroon. The Dutch were the only European side to win all of their qualifying matches

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World Cup Previews – Group F

Group F consists of reigning World Champions Italy, Paraguay, New Zealand and Slovakia

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Interesting Points of Arsenal Football Club

If you ask me to count three clubs in the English Premier League, Arsenal will probably be the first amongst them. Their rooted history, their achievements and unique players are the reason for this. Not everyone knows the true story of Arsenal FC.

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Dublin Ireland: Major Events for 2011

If you are planning to spend some time in Ireland in 2011 , check out our guide to the major events taking place in Dublin. From sporting events like the Six Nations to Blooms Day in June, you are spoilt for choice for things to see and do in Ireland’s Capital..

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Super Bowl 45

Super Bowl XLV will be the 45th annual championship game and the 41st of the modern era National Football League (NFL)

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The UEFA Champions League

The UEFA Champions League began life as the European Champion Clubs' Cup referred to as simply the European Cup and was originally conceived as a knockout competition between the champion club of each country.

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