Sterling’s Rough Ride

£900,000 a week not good enough Liverpool superstar Raheem Sterling’s agent, Aidy Ward, was reported in the London Evening Standard as saying “I don’t care. He’s not signing for £700, £800, £900 thousand a week. He is not signing”. Imagine turning down a paycheck of US $1.4 million a week. You wouldn’t and neither would

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Skrtel Banned, Sends in the Clowns

Call it death by a thousand self-inflicted cuts. Three days after Steven Gerrard’s stomping act led to Liverpool’s biggest loss of the year, key defender Martin Skrtel got the news he too would be banned for the next three matches for stomping on Man U’s goalkeeper David de Gea. Making matters worse, Skrtel immediately posted a

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EPL Fantasy Guru – Gameweek 29: The Digest

Gameweeks 27 and 28 did not disappoint, with many shocking score lines and surprise performers amping up the excitement in what has been a phenomenal Premier League season. Wayne Rooney stole the show in Gameweek 27, and Gameweek 28’s double’s for both QPR and Spurs commanded a considerable amount of fantasy attention. At this stage in the season

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Liverpool vs Aston Villa

Super Mario’s next level

 You could have scored that goal? Probably not, but I digress. We learned quite a bit about Mario Balotelli’s relationship with his manager and his teammates in the waning moments of Tottenham’s visit to Anfield on Tuesday. The broodish celebration was news to no one, but for all his detractors claiming him to be club

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Sterling Watch: Where will Raheem cash out?

Liverpool wants you to know that they have offered Raheem Sterling a ‘wonderful deal’ to stay at the club. Brendan Rodgers wants you to know that the Liverbirds biggest asset doesn’t have to leave Anfield to be properly compensated for his skyrocketing value, because of said ‘wonderful deal’ that he has been offered. He also wants you

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Van Gaal Painting his Masterpiece

This ends with a bang. While many consider the recent performances a meek whimper in the narrative, Louis Van Gaal’s tenure at Old Trafford may well be ahead of schedule. Lackluster performances and reactive “ass-twitching” tactics have planted the Red Devils fourth in the current table. LVG’s reinvention and reintroduction of totaalvoetbal continues a slow

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The Harder They Fall: State of the FA Cup

What transpired in this weekend England’s premier cup competition was on par with three number one seeds losing to 16 seeds in the NCAA tournament in the same weekend. When the dust settled, only three teams in the top ten of the premier league standings had advanced, with the top three teams eliminated, and two

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