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According to Louis van Gaal, Victor Valdes will be sold

According to the latest information, Victor Valdes, a Manchester United goalkeeper will be sold, because he refused to play in the reserves. You probably remember that Louis Van Gaal said that Valdes doesn’t follow his philosophy and there is no place for players like this in his club. Valdes…

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3 Steps to Develop a Killer Dipping Free Kick

Are you constantly awestruck by the magical swerve and dip to the free-kicks of players like Bale and Ronaldo? Are you eager to make those virtually unstoppable shots part of your arsenal in college soccer? Follow these three simple steps on how to make your free kicks dip and swerve like the pros.…

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Pimlico Race Course History

Pimlico race course is a historic one and the home race course for the Preakness Stakes. It is the second oldest racetrack as it was opened on October 25 in the year of 1870. The oldest race course in the nation is Saratoga. Pimlico has hosted many races throughout the centuries and few of them are…

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Promising NHL Players Ready for Contract

National Hockey League is one of the greatest platform for all those players who have been practicing hard for a great career. Here’s a list of NHL players, who we think are ready to get into a contract season: • David Backes – Captain of St. Louis Blues • Jiri Hudler –…

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Russian Football Union President Steps Down After Vote

Nikolai Tolstykh, the president of Russia’s Football Union has been voted out as the country’s Football Union Boss this follows growing tension in the country especially with officials about how football as a game is conducted in the country, which is set to host the world cup come 2018.…

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Football - Patrick Vieira Emerges As The Possible Candidate To Take Up Newcastle Managerial Post

Arsenal’s former midfielder Patrick Vieira has emerged as the possible candidate to take up the managerial post at Newcastle. He will be joining the likes of Steve McClaren, Derby County’s manager who recently was sacked by the team, as the possible new managers on Newcastle United. Over…

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Andy Burnham England Should Boycott The 2018 World Cup

Andy Burnham, a top political figure in Britain, has called for the England national football team to boycott the planned 2018 world cup that is to be staged in Russia. According to Burnham, this will be an effective way of demonstrating against the corruption that is currently in FIFA as well as…

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Jonas Gutierrez Hits Out At Mike Ashley

Just weeks after helping his side Newcastle from being relegated, Jonas Gutierrez is finally opening up about his time at the club and he does not have any kind words for the club’s owner Mike Ashley who allowed the player to leave the club during this season’s summer break. The 31-year…

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FIFA Allows Arsenal’s Zelalem to Play for US Men’s Team

Gedion Zelalem, the renowned Arsenal’s midfielder has been officially authorized by FIFA to play for USA men’s national team. He has also been included to the team for the Under-20 World Cup going to be held next month. The USF (USA Soccer Federation) made the official statement on…

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Irish Relay Teams Got 5th & 6th in Bahamas Heats

Ireland completed sixth in heat three of the men’s 4 x 400 meters at the prestigious IAAF World Relays held in Nassau, Bahamas. The popular Irish team of Craig Lynch, Richard Morrissey, Brian Murphy and Thomas Barr ran the season’s best time of i.e. 3:07.11 but completely failed to…

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Charlie White: The Prince of Ice Skating

Charles Allen White, Jr. is an internationally acclaimed ice figure skater, who hails from the United States. He was born in 1987. Along with his partner Meryl Davis, White has been the holder of the current world record. He holds the world record for the total combined score of free dance and a…

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UCI Boss Authorities Turned a Blind Eye To Doping in Cycling

On Monday the President of the International Cycling Union (ICU) accused the organization for turning a blind eye when it comes to doping in cycling in the past and in addition that the organization has let the doping issue become a norm in cycling. Brian Cookson, the President of the International,…

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Lose weight immediately by swimming

Swimming is by far one of the most rigorous exercises for the body. If you have promised yourself to lose weight rapidly, then swimming is one of the best options. One hour of swimming can help you to lose approximately 600 to 700 calories. It helps to tone the muscles of your body. Benefits of…

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Erik Johnson to miss All-Star game

All-Star games are invitation only and feature the best players in the game so you can imagine how this is a great honor for any player. However this won’t happen for Erik Johnson (Colorado Avalanche) even though he has been invited to the 2015 edition of the NHL All-Star Game. Johnson will be…

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Ban alcohol firms from sponsoring sports clubs and events, doctors urge

Leading doctors are demanding a ban on alcohol firms sponsoring sports clubs and events because they claim that the “outrageous” practice is fueling underage drinking by children. The leaders of Britain’s nurses, A&E specialists and hospital doctors are among those urging…

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Germany’s win dedicated to Schumacher

Germany’s recent World Cup win had fans immensely happy. The news, however, that Lukas Podolski had dedicated the spectacular 4 - 0 win to his countryman and Formula 1 racer Michael Schumacher is heartwarming and heartening and both Formula 1 and football fans have been quite happy at the…

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Career changing injuries for sportsman

RB Jonathan Franklin has got a bright future from the time he returned as a fourth round pick by the Packer in 2013. In that match he ran for 103 yards and 13 carries. Everything for him changed when he played the match between Packers and Vikings on Nov 24, 2013. When he fielded the ball at goal…

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