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Balls To Cancer FC: Post-Match Reaction Xabi Alonso
Balls To Cancer FC enjoyed a weekend victory over Saracens Head FC. After the game, somewhere in Spain, Xabi Alonso offered his opinion of the team and the match. ...
Do Arsenal Have Any Choice But To Be Buyers In January?
Arsene Wenger had probably not planned on making any major recruits in the forthcoming transfer window. This summer, he neglected to add a single outfield player, seemingly content with the options available in his squad. However, circumstances have changed, and a spate of injuries may have Wenger breaking into his budget come the new year.
Perhaps he ought to have seen this coming. Arsenal’s injuries are nothing new: season on season, the Gunners seem to be decimated by a succession of exasperating problems. Not even the addition of acclaimed physio Shad Forsythe has stemmed the flow of players into the medical room. ...
Sterling Flashing World-Class Potential At Man City, But Patience Required
It was one of the most protracted transfers of the summer, played out against a backdrop of disdain. Raheem Sterling’s initial £44 million move to Manchester City was inevitable for a long time before its completion. Liverpool clung on to their prized young star for as long as they could, but the player had made it clear he wanted to move, and City, in need of youth, pace and home-grown talent, were determined to secure a deal. Eventually they got their man. As so often happens, the size of the fee (it could rise to £49 million if a series of add-ons are triggered) increased expectations. It doesn’t matter that he is just 20 years old with only 95 premier League appearances to his name before signing for the club, for that kind of money many of City's fans demand instant success. ...
Everton’s Romelu Lukaku Finally Evolving Into An Elite Modern Forward
Kanye West once brazenly asserted that "everybody knows I'm a mother f****n' monster". That chorus from "Monster," the fifth tune on the Chicago rapper's fifth record "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy" serves two purposes—firstly for West to snarl and snipe the refrain as a retort to critics, but also for him to brag about his superior rapping ability. Yeezy's bravado is the only relatable analogy sufficient to describe Romelu Lukaku's barrel-chested, broad-shouldered confidence right now. ...