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Football 2012

Despite the Olympic backlash and constant negitive media, football, or soccer as it is known in the United States, will end 2012 in gold position - whether we like it or not.
As a lifelong Liverpool fan, I am contorted with pride and shame at the moment. Pride in the increasingly convincing return of King Kenny Dalglish. Shame at the unseemly mess our new hero, Uruguayan Luis Suarez, has plunged us in. Read on to learn why.
Just two weeks ago, an opportunity presented itself to attend an event run by Fitz Hall, alongside his co-partner Ken Bonsu.
Liverpool Football Club (LFC) has had a great defensive record so far this season. However, being the tightest defence in the league does not add up to Champions League football next season without being lethal at the other end of the pitch.

Soccer, consistency and money

The issue of money and consistency in soccer began many years ago, but it has come to fore in recent years.

Karma siding with Pardew

After his harsh dismissal from Southampton, Alan Pardew deserves his new found success.

Minors removing elitism from Champions League

The Champions League is the most prestigious football competition there is in the world. But, is it becoming undermined by the lesser teams of Europe?

Tevez-gate

The Striker's representatives claim an error in translation as the Argentinean faces exile at Manchester City.

Breaking the law! Breaking the law!

If, as the saying goes, possession is nine tenths of the law, then England's World Cup performances so far have been criminal.

Sir Alex Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson is one of the most successful soccer managers in the United Kingdom. However, had it not have been for an enormous slice of luck, his career might have followed a completely different path.
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