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Nicklas Bendtner scores first goal for Nottingham Forest

Nicklas Bendtner scored his first goal for Nottingham Forest in their 1-1 draw with Fulham this morning. There’s a reason why the big Dane is nicknamed Lord Bendtner. It’s been exactly 1000 days since the 28 year old scored his last goal in England. It coincidentally fell on the same...

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WATCH: Zinedine Zidane produces ‘godly’ touch in Real Madrid training

Zidane has still got it, and to be truthful, he will probably never lose it. The 1998 World Cup winner is regarded as one of the greatest players to have walked the earth. Even at the age of 44, it comes as no surprise to see Zidane producing the goods....

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‘Dragon Slayer’ Slimani leads Leicester City to historic first home Champions League victory

Leicester City have continued their perfect Champions League run, defeating FC Porto 1-0 at King Power Stadium.  Claudio Ranieri’s record signing Islam Slimani came back to haunt FC Porto once again. He was even nicknamed the ‘dragon-slayer’ by former club Sporting Lisbon for his goals against rivals Porto. The Dragon...

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England manager Sam Allardyce captured negotiating £400,000 secret deal and FA transfer policy evasion

Sam Allardyce’s career as England manager hangs by a thread. The Telegraph broke an exclusive story this morning, claiming the 61 year old negotiated a ‘£400,000 deal and offered advice to businessmen on how to “get around” FA rules on player transfers’. The footage reveals Allardyce gave ‘foreign investors’ advice on how to...

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A-League hints at new marketing campaign and it’s already a meme

Ahead of the impending A-League 2016/17 season, the FFA today hinted at their new marketing campaign to promote the league on social media. A banner was released featuring an image of Melbourne City’s new star forward, Tim Cahill and was followed with the slogan ‘You’ve gotta have a team.’...

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Montreal striker Didier Drogba faces off with abusive New York fans

Montreal Impact striker Didier Drogba found himself on the receiving end of a rowdy confrontation with two New York Red Bulls fans.  The former Chelsea legend approached the fans in the stands in an attempt to calm them down. Eastern Conference leaders New York won the game 1-0, clinching a...

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