Arsenal Angle – Giroud Slowly but Surely Coming to Form

Arsenal Angle – Giroud Slowly but Surely Coming to FormSince his summer move from Montpellier, Olivier Giroud has been criticized more or less for his not so decent outings. However, last year’s Ligue 1 top scorer is slowly but surely coming to form for Arsenal.

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Barca See Off Malaga in an Exciting Contest

Barca See Off Malaga in an Exciting ContestBarca finally see off Malaga to set up a classic semifinal clash with rivals Real Madrid. The second leg was an exciting contest. Going into the game, Barcelona knew they had to score having conceded 2 goals at Camp Nou.

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Hazard Survives Police Charges

Hazard Survives Police ChargesChelsea star Eden Hazard was sent off for losing his head in trying to kick the ball boy last night in the Capital One Cup encounter with Swansea. However, the Belgian survives charges as no action will be taken against him by the police for his frustrated actions.

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Rampant Liverpool Go Level With Arsenal

Rampant Liverpool Go Level With ArsenalLiverpool annihilated Norwich City 5-0 to go level with Arsenal, however the Londoners have two games in hand. The Reds were rampant against the Canaries as the visitors had no answer whatsoever to Liverpool’s brilliant passing. Adding to that their defending was woeful that helped the home side completely demolish the opposition.

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Possession per Shot on Target

Possession per Shot on TargetI’ve always had an obsession with statistics. Do you pay attention to the statistics bar which runs across your screen during post-match interviews on Match of the Day? I do. Do you have a look at the ‘Match Facts’ after a game of FIFA? I do.

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Walcott Finally Signs But It’s Not All Good

Walcott Finally Sings But It's Not All GoodToday the rumours were confirmed as Walcott perhaps finally found his pen, and put pen to paper and signed a deal with Arsenal, keeping him at the club for the next three and a half years.

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Copa del Rey – Atletico Cruise Past Betis

Copa del Rey - Atletico Cruise Past BetisAtletico Madrid take healthy lead for the second leg as they defeated Real betis 2-0 in the first leg of the quarter finals last night. Diego Simeone’s men cruise past Betis with early first half goals to take one step closer to the semi finals of Copa del Rey.

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Odds on who to win the Premier League – Where should you place your bets?

Odds on who to win the Premier League - Where should you place your bets?As we reach the halfway stage of the Premier League season, things are beginning to take shape, and we can get a clearer idea of which sides are in the running to win it meaning that the bookies have certainly seen an influx of bets on this league.

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The Significance of Jonny Evans

It is rare that a player stays their entire football career with one squad. That makes Jonny Evans’ re-signing with Manchester United all the more special. Last month, the Red Devils defender signed a new contract with the club that will see Evans remain at Old Trafford until at least 2016, and if Evans has his way, he will be there the rest of his career.

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The FA Side Step Two-Footed Campaign

The FA Side Step Two-Footed CampaignThe FA never like to make their job easy, do they? They also have a habit of getting things very wrong. Consistently being inconsistent.

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