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English Premier League: Man City-Arsenal Highlight Provisional June 17th EPL Restart

LONDON, ENGLAND, UK – With media reports coming that the English Premier League has decided on a June 17th restart, highlighted by a double-header featuring Arsenal (9th, 40 points) vs. Manchester City (2nd, 57 points) after suspending play on March 13th due to COVID-19, EPL soccer returning is a positive sign of things returning to normal. The provisional June 17th restart, which also features Aston Villa vs. Sheffield, will go
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EPL: The End of the Race…..

Manchester City are the champions of England yet again as they won the Premier League on the final day. The sight of Vincent Kompany lifting the Premier League trophy at the Amex Stadium was a pleasant sight for everyone connected to Man City. However, they did not have it their own way this time around. Last season, they won the title at a canter but this season it was a
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FIFA World Cup 2018: Will Raheem Sterling Replicate Manchester City Form For England?

The highly dynamic and talented Raheem Sterling was a very instrumental member of the uber-dominant Manchester City side which triumphantly won the English Premier League under Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City in the 2017-2018 season. Accomplished Spaniard, Pep Guardiola, has officially won all major domestic titles in three different European domestic leagues throughout his illustrious managerial career – La Liga Primera, Bundesliga in Germany and the English Premier League. Guardiola won
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Alexis Sanchez: Is The Arsenal Striker Set For A Move To Manchester City?

According to media reports from the UK, Arsenal could be dealt a major blow in losing star striker Alexis Sanchez to EPL rival, Manchester City. Per The Sun—via noted Chilean journalist Fernando Solabarrieta—and The Metro, a deal has been agreed upon to for the 28-year-old Chilean talisman is join City. While nothing is official or confirmed yet, Sanchez—currently away playing for his native Chile in the FIFA Confederations Cup—led the
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How Gabriel Jesus’ injury affects Manchester City’s Champions League chances

Manchester City was dealt an unfortunate hand Monday evening, as new signing Gabriel Jesus injured his foot in their 2-0 Premier League victory at Bournemouth. The Brazilian striker will reportedly be out of action for two to three months. The injury comes at a frustrating time for both the player and the club, as Jesus’ arrival at the Etihad Stadium had brought immediate production. The 19-year-old has scored three league
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UCL: Man United Signing of Anthony Martial Caps Bizarre Transfer Window

Ok reader, you can put the controller down to your FIFA 2015…wait that was not you? This week has literally been one of the craziest weeks for transfers, between over paying, not willing to pay enough, and missing the deadline, just by a smidge. Obviously the biggest headline in the news this week would have been the Manchester United, with making a large ridiculous purchase for players, and players leaving,
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Kevin de Bruyne: Is He The Missing Piece To Man City’s UCL Puzzle?

Former Wolfsburg midfielder, Kevin de Bruyne, has recently just signed a six-year deal with Manchester City, a major addition to the core of the City’s team. The Belgium national team star will come and help the already Barclays Premiere League leaders and hopefully be within the starting line up to help in the UEFA Champions League. While City would love for him to start immediately and begin creating goal chances
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UCL: Champions League Draw Sets Dramatic Stage

After a thrilling round of 16 in the UEFA Champions' League, the stage has been set for an exhilarating quarterfinal round. In a rematch of last year's Lisbon final, crosstown rivals Atletico and Real Madrid will face off in a recurring sight for La Liga fans. Of course, many casual fans know the latter better, with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale executing Carlo Ancelotti's strategy to perfection
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EPL: Arsenal-Tottenham Highlight Deluge Of Derbies In England

After last weekend’s action was overshadowed by the clash between Chelsea and Manchester City, Barclays Premier League fans have two iconic rivalries to look forward to Saturday. In the first derby, North London will be invigorated by Arsenal traveling to White Hart Lane to face longtime bitter rival, Tottenham. With the potential for the winner of this game to catapult into the crucial fourth position in the Premier League table,
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UEFA Champions League: Round Of 16 Holds Plenty Of Promise

After an exhilarating set of group stage matches, Europe’s elite have moved onto the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League. With the top two teams from each preliminary group advancing, only the cream of the crop now have the chance to claim Europe’s top prize. Of course, certain teams pose more of a threat than others, but everyone deserves recognition. Working our way up from the so-called bottom, Basel