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Beckham visits Manchester United; Team responds with many 'selfies'

It’s almost as if David Beckham has posed for loads of photos in his life.

The Manchester United legend stopped by his former club’s U.S. tour on Tuesday, promptly snapping photos with several big names, new and old. 219 more words

Barclays Premier League

Carrick Set For Spell on Sidelines

Michael Carrick faces a lengthy period on the sidelines, after suffering an injury. The midfielder went over on his ankle, in training earlier this week – and as a result, damaged ligaments in his left ankle. 502 more words

Premier League

Ander Herrera: The Right Signing for United

One of the lasting memories of United’s disappointing past season was the exposing of gaps that Sir Alex was able to paper over. One of which was the long-standing issue of a central midfielder that can dictate the play for the Red Devils. 457 more words

English Premier League

Oscar must do better this season for Chelsea or risk the consequences

When Jose Mourinho returned to Chelsea for his second spell as manager one of the main topics of debate was how he favoured Brazilian midfielder Oscar over back-to-back club player of the year Juan Mata, who was later sold to Manchester United. 368 more words


STADIUM REVIEW: Carrow Road, Norwich City

Carrow Road has a maximum capacity of 26,220 and consists of four main stands. Firstly there is The Geoffrey Watling Stand. This is a single tiered affair that runs along one side of the pitch and also holds the dug-outs at the front. 1,148 more words

Stadium Reviews

STADIUM REVIEW: Old Trafford, Manchester United

Old Trafford, a.k.a “The Theatre of Dreams”. The biggest club football ground in Britain with a capacity of 76,100. The ground is totally enclosed and is made up of two almost identical two-tiered stands at either end of the stadium, The Stretford End and the East Stand. 1,289 more words

Stadium Reviews

SportLockerTV: adidas and McLovin team up to discover the real World Cup party in Brazil!

Sport-locker.net are huge fans of the film Superbad. We of course love football too. So combine the two, and you’re onto a winner!

adidas today released a new video with comedy production team Funny or Die, in which Hollywood actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse finds himself on a quest to discover the best World Cup party. 153 more words