Why Chelsea Must Sign Striker

Why Chelsea Must Sign StrikerHaving signed young playmakers in the form of Eden Hazard and Marko Marin, Roberto Di Matteo still has to decide on the most important signing of the summer for Chelsea i.e. to find a striker. Although one may argue that Chelsea will work fine with the likes of Torres, Sturridge and Lukaku, still for now, none seems capable of replacing Drogba any sooner. As the competition in the league gets tougher, here is why the blues must sign a striker.

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Olympics – Brazil’s Samba Stars Can Win Gold

Olympics - Brazil's Samba Stars Can Win GoldBrazil ended their Olympic build up last night with a classy 2-0 win against Stuart Pearce’s Team GB side. It was a great opportunity for the young Brazilians to strut their stuff and show just why they are among the favourites to win the competition – and they certainly did.

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AC Milan – Who Will Replace Zlatan Ibrahimovic

AC Milan – Who Will Replace Zlatan IbrahimovicNow that PSG have officially signed Milan’s prolific striker Ibrahimovic. The mighty Rossoneri will have to act quickly to find an exciting replacement, one that can replicate the goal scoring stats of the Swedish International. Ibrahimovic scored no less than 35 goals for AC Milan last season and without a shadow of a doubt he is one of the best goal scorers around.

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Borini and Players Who Wore No. 29 for Liverpool

Borini and Players Who Wore No. 29 for LiverpoolLiverpool completed their first signing of the summer on Friday by acquiring young Italian striker Fabio Borini. Borini himself requested to wear number 29 for the reds as it is his lucky number. He never wore number 29 before because it was never available. Soccerisma provides the list of Liverpool players who have worn the number since the inception of premier league.

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Liverpool Angle – Right Wing Dilemma

Liverpool Angle – Right Wing DilemmaLiverpool look to strengthen their squad and improve chances of finishing in the top four. One significant position that needs to be reinforced is the right wing. Over the years, Liverpool had numerous decent right-wingers but it is fair to say that the last one to excite the fans regularly and win games with sheer quality and talent was Steve McManaman.

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Liverpool Transfers – Left Wing

Liverpool Transfers - Part 1 - Left WingIn the next few days I will be doing a short preview of Liverpool´s business in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers stated in an interview for the club´s official website that he is “looking forward to bringing in three or four players that can really affect the group.”

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Arsenal Angle – Replacing Robin van Persie

With the shocking announcement of Arsenal star Robin van Persie, Arsene Wenger once again finds himself in a situation where he has to replace club captain. Signing top stars like Podolski and Giroud were not enough ambition for the dutch maestro as he rejected a contract extension to win trophies elsewhere.

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Good Riddance – Robin van Persie

Frustrated Arsene Wenger4th July 2012 – The day that Robin van Persie’s reputation with Arsenal and their fans was tarnished. At the beginning of the day there was the usual rumours, speculation and discussion until 4:03pm when Robin van Persie released a statement simply titled “Update for the Fans”. This simple message would end up shocking, angering and breaking the hearts of so many Arsenal fans.

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Blame English Players And Things Learned From Euro 2012

Spain Lift Euro 2012 TrophyEuro 2012 concluded last night with Spain creating history by becoming the only team to retain the European Championship trophy and have now won three major competitions in a row. Italians were not able to handle Spain’s top quality passing and were never in the game. The competition provided action packed drama and produced entertaining football for three weeks. Here is list of what we have learned from this fantastic competition.

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Euro 2012 Final – Spain vs Italy – Pre Match Analysis

Casillas vs BuffonAfter 3 weeks of action packed football, Euro 2012 will be signing off in style on Sunday with a final that not many predicted at the start of the competition. The defending Europe and World Champions Spain will take on Italy.

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