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Leicester's shameful sacking of Ranieri confirms modern football is more business than sport

Business (noun):

An organization or economic system where goods and services are exchanged for one another or for money, where its output can be sold on a consistent basis in order to make a profit. 1,674 more words

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Making the Oakland Raiders Great Again.

Source of Image: Raiders.com

This season in the NFL for the Oakland Raiders, They had an amazing season, That was until Derek Carr was injured with a broken Fiibia that led the Raiders to lose in the Wildcard game against Brock Osweiler and his Houston Texans. 299 more words

Derek Carr

Lawsuit Against Steelers Player Maurkice Pouncey Set For Trial Next Month

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It looks like a Pittsburgh Steelers player and his twin brother are headed to civil court.

Maurkice Pouncey plays center for the Steelers. 170 more words

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Melbourne to lead us to Victory?

6 fold – Melbourne Victory, Newcastle, Oxford Utd, Celtic, Juventus and Bayern @ 5.34/1 with William Hill

Melbourne Victory

The Victory have recently bounced back from 3 losses at the end of January, gaining 7 points in 3 games, which started against their Melbourne rivals, Melbourne City. 419 more words

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New England Patriots: The Super Bowl winning season that almost didn't happen

New England Patriots: The Super Bowl winning season that almost didn’t happen

By Christian Bullock

With a loose handshake from Roger Goodell and a jeer from the crowd {Patriots Owner] Robert Kraft exclaimed “This one is the sweetest!”  Tom Brady was suspended this year for four games.  369 more words

New England Patriots

Recruit Spotlight: Malik Cunningham

Malik Cunningham

@MalikMalikc10

6’0″, 187 lbs
Quarterback
Montgomery, AL

One of the first recruits to commit for the class of 2017, Malik Cunningham is an explosive dual threat quarterback out of Park Crossing HS in Montgomery, Alabama. 150 more words

Louisville Athletics

How It All Happened, Thanks To My Father

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By Federico Manasse (@FedericoManasse)

This article is about my father, and about how he helped me to develop my greatest passion. 2,228 more words

Laura Bradburn reblogged this on goodfeetforaweeman and commented:

A fantastic blog that expresses what football is all about. Written in the most personal of ways too - I love it!