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F.C. Barcelona Lands Neymar for $32 Million, Is He Worth It?

With Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund set to square off, leave it to F.C. Barcelona to steal some of the spotlight in landing Brazilian phenom Neymar. The Spanish giants have inked the signature of Santos F.C. striker, Neymar for a transfer fee of $32.3 million. The 21-year old Brazilian, who scored 20 goals for his native Brazil in international competitions and 130 goals in 229 matches for Santos, chose Barcelona over
Arsenal F.C. Featured Front Page Opinion/Editorial Soccer Spotlight Tottenham Hotspur F.C. UEFA Champions League

Arsenal: Gunners Send Latics Down To Relegation, Champions League Berth Next?

[dropcap]L[/dropcap]ONDON -- On a rainy day in London, it only seemed fitting that Arsenal brought out the heavy artillery in sinking the newly-crowned FA Cup champion Latics from Wigan Athletic, 4-1. Led by Lukas Podolski’s two goals along with scores from Theo Walcott and Aaron Ramsey, the Gunners find themselves in place to clinch a spot in the UEFA Champions League for the 16th straight season. While this is nice—in
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UEFA Champions League : Man City Sacking Of Roberto Mancini Makes No Sense.

[dropcap]M[/dropcap]ANCHESTER, UK—Despite finishing second in the English Premier league to cross-town rivals United, City pulled the trigger on manager Roberto Mancini. Mancini, who would help lead the Citizens to their first English title in 40-plus years in 2011, has been rumored to be replaced by current Malaga boss Manuel Pellagrini.  It is not common for a Gooner such as myself to blog about—nor even care—about the happenings at the Ethidad,
Featured Front Page Opinion/Editorial Soccer Spotlight Tottenham Hotspur F.C. UEFA Champions League

UEFA Champions League : Is Gareth Bale The Next Big Thing?

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]n what has been a breakout season in the Premiership, Tottenham’s Gareth Bale may finally be mentioned among the world’s best. The Welsh national has single-handily carried the Spurs to a potential Champions League birth in scoring 24 goals in 40 games. For the sake of argument—as well as removing my own personal Arsenal bias—Bale has done a magnificent imitation of a proverbial one-man wrecking crew at White Hart Lane. In