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Know More About the Biggest Football Transfer Deals Take Place Globally 

Football is one of the most popular sports. When it comes to the biggest transfer deadline deals, there are quite a few which are in the pipeline. Billions and trillions of dollars are spent every year in by the clubs […]

Know More About the Biggest Football Transfer Deals Take Place Globally 

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Football is one of the most popular sports. When it comes to the biggest transfer deadline deals, there are quite a few which are in the pipeline. Billions and trillions of dollars are spent every year in by the clubs […]

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Dan Snyder: What’s in a name?

So, Daniel Snyder caved. If you have no idea who Daniel Snyder is, you are lucky. He is the owner of what is still known as the Washington Redskins football

COVID-19 has sports on hold but fans could see their teams soon

In his press conference on Monday, May 18, California Governor announced the second phase of the state’s plan to reopen the economy could begin and sports could begin in

Ahmed Nashat – Which Premier League Club Made The Smartest Managerial Change?

My friend Ahmed Nashat and I took bets at the beginning of the EPL season as to which managers would be first out of a job, and unsurprisingly I

Thanksgiving: A mixed bag of emotions

Once again someone asked me how I’m doing. The immediate answer was the usual, “I’m doing okay.” The reality is of course I am in physical pain and I’m

Stephen Varanko III – Why The Title Race Isn’t Over Just Yet 

My buddy Stephen Varanko III and I have been rung the EPL football podcast for many eras now and honestly, it is so rare that we actually agree on

Antonio Brown: Where does he land next?

The endless saga of Antonio Brown seems to be the only story out there with enough legs to match the nonsense that comes from the Oval Office. This time

Extra Points: Labor Day Weekend Blues

Kicking Off:  The first full weekend of college football did not tell us much about the coming season. There were the expected blowouts by the likes of Clemson, Alabama, and

LAFC leads the league but has a tough night against Chicago

The Los Angeles Football Club has gotten off to a good start this season, in large part to the great improvement of striker Carlos Vela. He has 11 goals

NFL Playoffs Week 1: Which is more important, kickers or quarterbacks?

The first week of the postseason came and went and we are now down to the final four teams in each conference. As far as regular season's go, I

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