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Raheem Sterling hoping for Liverpool breakthrough | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Liverpool teen Raheem Sterling is convinced he’ll get a chance under new manager Brendan Rodgers.

Liverpool teen Raheem Sterling is convinced he’ll get a chance under new manager Brendan Rodgers. 201 more words

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Ridgewell: West Brom start to season no fluke | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Liam Ridgewell believes West Bromwich Albion are full value for their fifth placed standing in the Premier League table. Liam Ridgewell believes West Bromwich Albion are full value for their fifth placed standing in the Premier League table.He told the club’s official website: “I think we deserve to be there. 131 more words

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Palace move for Everton attacker Baxter | Transfers | Tribal Football

Everton are set to lose Jose Baxter.

Everton are set to lose Jose Baxter.

The Liverpool Echo says Baxter has rejected a contract offer from the Blues and Crystal Palace are among a series of Championship clubs interested in signing him. 7 more words

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Reliving the Rugby World Cup with 'The Kick'

The Kick is a newly released telemovie based around the run of injuries for the All Blacks  during the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

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New striker a priority admits Ferguson | World Soccer

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted that finding a new striker is priority when the transfer window re-opens in January.

United have struggled to score goals in domestic football this season and with Ruud Van Nistelrooy carrying a worrying hamstring injury, there is precious little cover at Old Trafford. 85 more words

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Premier League preview | World Soccer

The big game this weekend in the Premiership sees leaders Liverpool take on surprise package Tottenham, who lie third, at Anfield.

And Saturday’s game could bring a poignant reunion for two of the opposing players. 695 more words

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BellamyUS treatment "precautionary" says Robson | World Soccer

Newcastle’s striker Craig Bellamy has flown to America to receive treatment on his troubled knee.

The Welsh international will see Dr Richard Steadman, a renowned surgeon based in Colorado, who has operated on team-mate Alan Shearer and Real Madrid striker Ronaldo. 75 more words

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