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The Curious Case of Robin Van Persie

Robin Van Persie has been the subject of much speculation so far this summer and it looks like it’s 50/50 whether the United striker will go or stay during this time. 866 more words


Wayne Rooney Just Wants Help.

Wayne Rooney’s big old face continues to flood the internet and the papers, Dreamworks must be amazingly happy with all the free publicity. (HArrr it was a Shrek reference, because there can never be too many of those…RIGHT?) 320 more words

Was Robin Van Persie leaving actually a blessing in disguise for Arsenal?

To begin with I am not for a second going to pretend losing our best player and captain at that point to a team we absolutely despise was a nice thing to see, especially as he left after eight years of consistent injuries with us to go a whole season nearly injury free for the first time in his career and fire a very average Manchester United team to the title. 1,033 more words

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Police called to UEFA president Michel Platini's home after glasshouse destroyed by stones

French police were called to the residence of Michel Platini today after the UEFA president and former France international’s glasshouse was destroyed with stones.

The police were alerted to the incident by Platini’s neighbour, Jean Boy, after he heard the increasingly regular noise of glass shattering over a period of months. 200 more words


ferguson tips mourinho for more success

“He’s a successful man, a winner,” Ferguson said when announcing the award at Tuesday’s ceremony. “He deserves the award. I thought he had the best squad. 56 more words

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I knew if I got the chance, I was ready - Coquelin

Francis Coquelin has had one of the most exceptional seasons of any player this year. Being dragged back from bottom half of the table Charlton, to fill in a midfield void left by yet another injury crisis, undoubtedly left many with raised eyebrows.  623 more words

Surprise doubles champs help lift state-bound Lex

LEXINGTON – Jansen Webster isn’t sure how many lives he has left, but it can’t be many.

Known simply as “Jet,” Webster was running on fumes by the end of a Division II district tennis tournament that saw the Lexington senior collaborate with freshman cousin Luke Webster to win a surprise doubles title. 783 more words