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Use Bubble Soccer Party Rental for your Next Party

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 Bruce Markey (August 27, 2015)  Bubble soccer is the new rage in party games all over Florida. The sport is great fun for groups of ten or more persons and can be played outdoors or in basketball lots with wood floors. The sport itself combines the zaniness of zorbing with the physical activity of soccer. Players wear inflatable plastic balls called knockerballs, which cover their upper body. The legs are left free .. (Soccer)

Soccer Betting Systems Vs Soccer Tipsters

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 Mohit Jain (July 12, 2014)  Soccer betting is the most sought after thing in sports betting. Since the game has worldwide following its betting is also done all over the world. You can either make use of online soccer betting systems or choose the best soccer tipster to place bets. When people start to bet on soccer matches they barely have any knowledge to do so and this would more often than not lead to losses .. (Soccer)

Sports Betting – Money to be made

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 Mohit Jain (June 24, 2014)  Sports events happen all over the year, this year there’s the football world cup, the English Premier League, the Commonwealth Games and of course a jammed pack Tennis season as well and innumerable others. All these sporting events present bettors with a chance to make a fortune, sports gambling online is where you can win good money. There are millions of lovers of sporting .. (Soccer)

Why Should You Send Your Child for Soccer Camp in San Diego?

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 Bruce Markey (March 25, 2014)  Soccer has become one of the most sought out sports in the U. S. Though it is not a contact sport, it is a game of speed, strength and skill. To strengthen the skills required to become a leading soccer player, one needs to attend soccer camps which imparts the required skill sets. These camps are not only a place to learn and improvise on the skill sets; they are also places where one .. (Soccer)

Inter Milan v Genoa in Serie A

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 Adnan Ali (March 30, 2012)  Soccer tricks sometimes require a certain flexibility and freedom of movement. One can learn how great soccer players revolutionize the game with their flexibility routines and agility work. Techniques help them reach for those high balls, control the ball when they are failing down, or do the unexpected. Making the ball go this way or that, while the opponent thinks or is assuming .. (Soccer)

FC Copenhagen Rivalry in Danish League

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 Adnan Ali (March 20, 2012)  Soccer is a ravishing sport which has mesmerized the sport lovers for more than a century. It is a very popular sport in Europe and increasingly transcends national boundaries making it a cherished sport in Northern Europe in general and Denmark in particular. Live football streaming has added to the texture and a formidable outfit like FC Copenhagen is talk of the town. This has .. (Soccer)

Brief Look into The Magnanimous Manchester United

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 Adnan Ali (March 19, 2012)  In football there is joy and there is pain but there is an inspiration in this sport as well. It is a chance to capitalize on a passing period of time, and do something which exhibits marvel. It is the freedom to leave a mark. Whether it is a major tournament, a little league, or even just a pick-up game, everyone can have their moment in sport. A love of sport is like a love of .. (Soccer)

Premier League Weekend Preview October 2011

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 Nath Smith (October 26, 2011)  Any spread betting punters that have bought Manchester City's outright index will have been absolutely thirlled to see the 6-1 scoreline at Old Trafford on Sunday. Spread punters that bought goals for the derby will have also made a decent return, while the total goal minutes reached a staggering 501 points. Sir Alex Ferguson described Sunday's defeat as ‘the worst result in my .. (Soccer)

Leopoldo Lares Banorte as David and as Goliath

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 Lelouch Lambourne (September 22, 2011)  Leopoldo Lares Banorte considers himself to be the Goliath inside of David. The story of David and Goliath is legendary, and it’s a great example of how one can beat the odds of winning even when everything seems to go against you. Goliath is a giant and David is just an ordinary man, but he could defeat Goliath. Everyone respected David for defeating Goliath, who was the tallest .. (Soccer)

Premier League Season 2010 Review

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 Catalin Ionescu (July 12, 2011)  The 2009–10 Premier League (known as the Barclays Premier League for sponsorship reasons) was the 18th season of the Premier League since its establishment in 1992. A total of 20 teams competed in the league, with Chelsea unseating the three-time defending champions Manchester United, scoring a Premier League record 103 goals in the process. The season began on 15 August 2009 and .. (Soccer)

Best Italy Serie A Players Season 2011

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 Catalin Ionescu (July 11, 2011)  Serie A League has always been one of the top leagues in Europe. Along the years, many great players have put their mark on the teams where they have played. Among those players, we selected a few, that are still playing in the Serie A and continue to perform very well. Wesley Sneijder – The move from Real Madrid to Inter Milan in 2009 was a great step for Sniejder’s .. (Soccer)

Gsd MontecatiniMurialdo bids farewell to coaches Mariani and Passalacqua

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 Alberto Scarsi (June 29, 2011)  The news is one that surely will not pass unnoticed: the GSD MontecatiniMurialdo separates its future from the one of the big two coaches Paolo Mariani and Sileno Passalacqua. On June 30th, expiry date of the contract, the Club will end its collaboration with the two former professional football players, who during their stay within the company enhanced the value of several lads plus .. (Soccer)

Gsd MontecatiniMurialdo introduces its Code of Ethics

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 Alberto Scarsi (June 29, 2011)  You can have fun and grow up while playing football in a healthy and teaching environment: all that can be achieved at the GSD MontecatiniMurialdo football Club. This is the purpose of the Code of Ethics that the football Club of Montecatini (Tuscany, Italy) had in mind when the management took his first steps in creating a set of rules to be given to all the players of its Youth teams. . (Soccer)

Italian soccer school

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 Alessandro Politano (May 05, 2011)  Team Italia and Francesco Totti Academy (FTA) proudly offers serious soccer players from around the world innovative soccer training and Italian language development “Football Studies" courses in Rome, Italy. The Francesco Totti academy Year-Long “football studies" boarding school is available for competitive players 16 years of age and older, in italian soccer school. All . (Soccer)

Why reputed brands are better than generic brands when buying football boots.

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 Peter Willicott (September 20, 2010)  Having the right type of football boots can be essential not only to your performance on the field but it can also help prevent injuries to your feet while playing. Of course, having the right football boot is mainly something that someone who plays the game regularly should worry about. For professional and semi-professional players, club players as well as children and teenagers who .. (Soccer)

Prevent injuries by purchasing a good pair of football boots.

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 Peter Willicott (September 20, 2010)  Since football is a game in which your feet are doing most of the work, whether it is running up and down the pitch or kicking the ball, it is suffice to say your feet need to be well protected and supported. Injury to your feet, legs and back can occur if you do not have a proper pair of football boots. As well as preventing major injuries, a good pair of football boots can greatly .. (Soccer)

World Cup- Portugal Crushed North Korea 7-0

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 A. White (June 23, 2010)  The Portugal’s national team crushed North Korea by 7-0 this past Monday at Cape Town. The Lusitanian team had the patience to get into the Asian defense after finishing the first half 1-0. In the second half, Portugal found the spaces and controled the actions in the Green Point with a historical score record. As with the game against Brazil, the North Koreans entered the game .. (Soccer)

World Cup- Kaká Improving and Getting Ready for South Africa

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 A. White (June 09, 2010)  The Brazilian footballer, Kaká, became almost a forgotten star player in the hall of the World Cup in South Africa, as the media has focus their attention on Argentinean Lionel Messi, English Wayne Rooney and Spaniards David Villa and Fernando Torres. However, from the shadows and without the pressure of expectations, there is every reason to believe that the former FIFA Footballer of .. (Soccer)

World Cup Betting Pool Recommendations

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 Elise Moreau (May 26, 2010)  The World Cup will be here once more, and what does that mean? The option to pack your money within a World Cup betting pool and plan for the best result. But firstly, you have to research before you buy. One residential English expert has analyzed the odds and outlined for you to not back England in your World Cup betting pool this season. While England is amongst one of many favorite . (Soccer)

Experience Football the Barcelona Way

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 Adam R. Singleton (May 18, 2010)  Among Barcelona's other widely-acclaimed visitor attractions celebrating the city's cultural and artistic heritage, the home stadium of FC Barcelona has firmly established itself as a leader. Incorporating exhibits dedicated to all aspects of the city's famous team, as well as the chance for fans to walk in the shoes of their heroes, the FC Barcelona Museum is the ultimate destination .. (Soccer)

Get Prepared For The 2010 World Soccer – LCD Enclosure Global Explain

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 Graham Gallagher (May 16, 2010)  The 2010 Fifa World Cup is just around the corner and everyone from pub, cafe and hotel managers are counting down the hours, want to know why? Well in the past eighteen months these companies have struggled, with less customers drinking in pubs as well as people eating out all down to people alike having to tighten their belts to get through the economic down turn. On top of this .. (Soccer)

Wayne Rooney The Giant

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 Chris Marker (April 19, 2010)  When Wayne Rooney had a genuine go against the Milan defence earlier this season, Silvio Berlusconi was so frustrated he switched off his tv set in angriness. Putting the ball into the net in virtually every single game, Rooney is just a few goals behind the number the Portugese international managed two seasons ago. Yet, Rooney has on several occasions maintained that aiding Manchester . (Soccer)

Italian Serie A- AS Roma Beat Atalanta 2-1 and is the New Leader of Calcio

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 A. White (April 13, 2010)  This Sunday, AS Roma stole the lead from Inter in the Italian Serie A after beating Atalanta 2-1 on the 33rd week. At the same time, Milan drew 2-2 with Catania and failed to take advantage of the draw. With five games left in the season and with the results of this past Sunday at Serie A, the battle for the Scudetto became even more challenging; Rome is now at the top with 68 points .. (Soccer)

Italian Serie A- Inter Keeps Top Spot after Beating Bologna 3-0

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 A. White (April 08, 2010)  Inter Milan, leader of the Italian Football League, crushed Bologna 3-0 in week 32 of the Serie A. Although the team failed to extend its lead, Inter nevertheless maintains the top spot. Roma, in second, and Milan, third, both took wins this weekend, 1-0 and 3-2 against Bari and Cagliari, respectively, leaving the point differences for the Scudetto unchanged: Inter with 66 points, Roma .. (Soccer)

Spanish League- Barcelona beats Valencia with Three Goals from Messi

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 A. White (March 16, 2010)  Argentine striker Lionel Messie scored all three of Barcelona’s goals in its victory against Valencia, 3-0. The game was played at Camp Nou on Sunday in the 26th round of La Liga. The match was not as easy for the Azulgranas as the score might suggest; the team has struggled in the last few games of the season. Fortunately, however, the Argentinian has been able to come to .. (Soccer)

FIFA World Cup 2010: South Africa's and England's chances

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 Adam R. Singleton (March 11, 2010)  Only one team has qualified for the 2010 FIFA World Cup by right and that is the host South Africa. Even current holders Italy had to undergo the qualification process and although the hosts will undoubtedly put on a show, according to the experts their team is extremely unlikely to progress beyond the group stage of the tournament. Could they be wrong? There is no doubt that of all the . (Soccer)

FIFA World Cup 2010: A Brief Overview

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 Adam R. Singleton (March 10, 2010)  The FIFA World Cup Finals tournament will take place in South Africa in June and July 2010, and will attract a TV audience of billions; all following their favourite team’s progress in the world’s biggest football tournament. Taking place every four years, the FIFA World Cup Finals tournament starts with a group stage involving 32 countries split into eight groups, each .. (Soccer)

Spanish League- Real Madrid Dramatically Wins against Sevilla and Takes Top Spot from Barcelona

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 A. White (March 09, 2010)  Real Madrid took a dramatic win against Sevilla this Saturday. It was the 25th round of La Liga, and the team managed to fight back from being under 2-0 to defeating Sevilla in the end, 3-2. With the victory, the Whites took the top spot from Barcelona; the Azulgranas had tied against Almeria 2-2 – both goals scored by superstar Lionel Messi. (Messi is the top scorer of the .. (Soccer)

Red Knights Entering a Battle They Can’t Win

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 Scott Milsom (March 09, 2010)  Their chief weapons may be surprise, surprise and fear, but Manchester United’s Red Knights are facing a tough challenge in ousting the Glazer family from their Old Trafford hot seats. Similarly at Liverpool, where Tom Hicks and George Gillett have frequently subjected manager Rafael Benitez to a Spanish Inquisition, a takeover by supporters remains a distant possibility. These .. (Soccer)

Owen out, Hargreaves in?

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 Jeff Thompson (March 05, 2010)  My old mum always used to tell me that when one door closes another one opens, and that's been the case for Manchester United's England hopefuls this week. Michael Owen, who first shot to fame 12 years ago during the 1998 World Cup, has laid to rest any hopes of making the 2010 tournament after being struck down with a hamstring injury which will keep him out for the rest of the season. . (Soccer)

Stanno Football Kits: Different Team Lines for Varying Needs

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 Luke Wildman (March 01, 2010)  Football is one of the most popular sports in Europe. Because of the popularity of this sports event, there are a lot of manufacturers who realised that it is best to establish a product line that will serve this particular endeavour. One of the product lines to take note of is Stanno football kits. This brand is known to offer a wide array of options to consumers. Stanno football kits . (Soccer)

Spanish League- Real Madrid Crushed Villarreal 6-2

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 A. White (February 23, 2010)  In the twenty-third round of the Spanish La Liga, Real Madrid overcame the pressure from Barcelona and routed Villareal on Sunday, 6-2. Real Madrid remains within two points of Barça, which is leading La Liga with 58 points. The triumph also rejuvenated the team after its 1-0 loss last Tuesday against Lyon, in the fourth round of the Champions League. During the game, Pellegrini faced .. (Soccer)

Spanish League- Barcelona End Their Unbeaten Streak after Losing against Atletico Madrid 2-1

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 A. White (February 19, 2010)  League leader Barcelona ended an unbeaten streak this Sunday, in the 22nd round of the Spanish League, after losing 2-1 against Atletico Madrid. Real Madrid, which crushed Xerez 3-0 on Saturday, cut the distance from Barca to just two points. Barcelona maintains the lead with 55 points, while Real Madrid is just behind with 53 points. Barcelona now has three consecutive defeats in its .. (Soccer)

Cheap Football Kits: What's Inside the Package?

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 Luke Wildman (February 01, 2010)  Football is one of the internationally recognised sports activities. It is one of the favourite sports in a lot of countries including the US and the UK. Being hooked in the sport may seem expensive. Believe it or not, there are cheap football kits offered in the market today. Not because it is cheap means the quality of the products in the package are cheap too. What then should you .. (Soccer)

Italian Serie A- AC Milan Knocked Out Juventus 3-0

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 A. White (January 12, 2010)  In the nineteenth round of the Italian Serie A, the AC Milan secured a valuable 3-0 victory as visitors against Juventus, thanks to a goal of Alessandro Nesta and two goals from Ronaldinho this past Sunday at the Olimpico de Turin. This triumph allows AC Milan to settle in second place of the standings with 37 points, eight points away from top leader Inter Milan, who has 45 points. In .. (Soccer)

Soccer Coaching Drills - How To Use Trapping Effectively

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 Andre Botelho (December 18, 2009)  Let’s say that at least 50% of soccer coaching drills must concentrate on improving player’s trapping skills. You won’t take it seriously. But you know what! According to a study, in addition to dribbling and passing, trapping too plays a vital role in helping teams win matches. Trapping is the ability of the players to intercept the ball and then keep it near their .. (Soccer)

Spanish League- Barcelona Outstanding against Real Madrid at Classic

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 A. White (December 01, 2009)  Barcelona regained the top spot in La Liga in the Derbi Spanish Classic this past Sunday. The team beat its archrivals, Real Madrid 1-0 at Camp Nou after an astonishingly well-executed goal by Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Barça may have played with only 10 men for almost half an hour but nonetheless managed to secure the victory. The match, the most anticipated in the Spanish .. (Soccer)

Customised Stanno Football Kits: Special Designs to Choose From

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 Luke Wildman (November 16, 2009)  Did you ever know that customising Stanno football kits is possible? Here are some items you may have customised. Learn about the process as well. Customising is perhaps one of your concerns as a purchaser. If you are looking for Stanno football kits, you have the option to ask your dealers to provide you with a list of options. Isn't that considered a very lucky purchase? Having your .. (Soccer)

World Cup U20- Costa Rica Defeats UAE and Makes a Historical Advance to Semifinals

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 A. White (October 14, 2009)  Costa Rica was able to use its momentum after a strong 4th round performance against Egypt: the team was able to defeat the UAE in the World Cup U20 quarterfinals 2-1 on Saturday. Costa Rica’s subsequent qualification for the semifinals is a historical event for the team. Despite facing the much-favored Brazilians next, Costa Rica coach Ronald Gonzalez and his team are hoping for .. (Soccer)

Soccer- Mexico Crushes U.S in Gold Cup’s final

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 A. White (July 29, 2009)  In the Gold Cup finals this past Sunday, the Americans were humiliated by Mexico after losing 5-0. The defeat was among the worst for the U. S team since it lost against England in 1985. The defeat also ended the U. S. ’s 58-game winning streak at home against opponents from North America, Central America and the Caribbean. In addition, this is the first time in a decade that .. (Soccer)

Football - Brazil won Confederations Cup after Beating USA

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 A. White (July 05, 2009)  The five-time World Cup champion, Brazil, beat USA in an incredible way, after being down 2-0 in the first half. However, the experienced team of Brazil came back with all they got to even the game and then obtained the victory in the final minutes. Both teams were criticized for their lack of performance in different parts of the tournament; first it was USA which had a very poor .. (Soccer)

Galacticos at Real Madrid ready to take on Barcelona

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 Adam R. Singleton (July 01, 2009)  The return of Florentino Perez as chairman of Real Madrid sees the policy of signing big-name stars - or galacticos - back at the Bernabeu as Los Blancos look to challenge Barcelona in the La Liga and on the European stage. Last season was Barcelona's most successful in a long time a Josep Guardiola - in his first year as manager - led the Catalan spearheaded by Lionel Messi to success . (Soccer)

How to get tickets to see Manchester United football club play

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 Dave Anthony (June 19, 2009)  Manchester United Football club play their football games at Old Trafford which has a capacity of 76,212 the highest in England, but despite this United sell out the stadium for every game. For away matches Manchester United will normally get an allocation of around 2,500 tickets and receive over 12,000 applications for these tickets. For both of these reasons getting to see .. (Soccer)

Multiplayer Soccer Manager

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 Animesh Singh (May 28, 2009)  soccer manager game is an online football management game. After registration you get your own club to manage; you are the manager who decides on Training and trading players, creating tactics, and setting up your squad. It's not easy As you compete with over 50,000 other users, not computer bots :) . . . but maybe you prefer to play offline with codes, so it's not for you: roll: .. (Soccer)

Spanish League - Real Madrid Close Gap Down to Four Points with Win over Sevilla

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 A. White (April 28, 2009)  The current champion of La Liga, Real Madrid, has closed the gap down to just four points from the leader Barcelona by beating the third place’s Sevilla with a score of 4-2, this past Sunday. The captain Raul had an amazing night, scoring 3 goals and increasing his team hopes of defending its championship. This triumph is the 17th of the last 19 games for the “Whites”, . (Soccer)

Manchester United on the Verge of Making History

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 Adam R. Singleton (February 18, 2009)  Much like Liverpool in the late 70s and throughout the 80s, Manchester United have undoubtedly been the driving force of British football of recent times with ten league titles and five FA Cup victories in the past two decades. Since its inception in 1992, Manchester United has won the Premiership ten times, more than any other club. With 17 top flight titles to its name, Man United .. (Soccer)

Arsene Wenger: The Story of Mr Arsenal

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 Adam R. Singleton (February 17, 2009)  Arsene Wenger may enjoy an illustrious reputation as the most successful manager in Arsenal’s history, but the man himself enjoyed a much more inauspicious playing career before joining the London club in 1996. Born in Strasbourg, France, Arsene Wenger began playing football for the nearby village football team of FC Duttlenheim before being recruited to play for regional amateur . (Soccer)

The Crazy Transfer Rumours of Real Madrid

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 Adam R. Singleton (February 17, 2009)  After being sacked by Tottenham in October 2008 due to a dismal start to the season, Juande Ramos’ appointment as Real Madrid manager two months later raised many English eyebrows. Those arched ‘brows went higher up the faces of the public the following month when rumours of Ramos’ transfer targets came to light. The days of the Real Madrid galacticos - such as the .. (Soccer)

England tops the UEFA coefficients

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 Adam R. Singleton (February 16, 2009)  The debate over which of Europe's leagues is best is one that is seemingly never-ending with the opinions of various people always flexible, however, the debate is normally narrowed down to three countries, with England, Italy and Spain leading the pack and France and Germany not too far behind. The UEFA coefficient is used to work out how many teams each league will have in the UEFA .. (Soccer)

Does Edwin Van der Sar have the Safest Hands in Soccer?

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 Adam R. Singleton (February 12, 2009)  Records are made to be broken; whether it's laying in a tub of cold baked-beans or participating in the world’s longest conga, it appears that on any given day, someone somewhere will try to break a record of some sort. One record which may be under threat can be found within the football world; more specifically the English Premiership and the number of consecutive games a .. (Soccer)




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