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Post-match analysis: 1.FC Magdeburg (1) vs. Eintracht Frankfurt (1) - (3-4 on pens.) | DFB-Pokal, round one - 21 August 2016

An early goal, a late equaliser, hooligans, flares, a match temporarily suspended, a late equaliser, extra time, a sending-off, penalties saved, missed, and scored.

And this is only the first match of the season. 1,178 more words

THE NIGHTMARE CONTINUES

Prelude

Five points behind City, United and Chelsea is not what Arsenal fans hoped for after the opening two games of the season. Even more concerning are the underwhelming performances and the apparent insouciance of a manager under immense pressure from the fans and the media to bring in players to strengthen our squad. 688 more words

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Typically Arsenal

First game of the season. A sight to behold for football fans as it drags them out of their general state of ennui by giving them a chance to see the progression their beloved football team has made over the summer. 656 more words

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Post-Match MUTV Interview: Jose Mourinho (1-3 win vs Bournemouth, A, PL)

Interviewer: What pleased you the most about this opening day victory?

Jose: Everything. The three points, the quality of our attacking football, the quality of our control, the quality of us defensively. 506 more words

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Pochettino expresses thoughts on Everton draw and potential transfers

Mauricio Pochettino watched his men get off to a solid, if not entirely exceptional, start to the season as his side fought back to claim a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park. 223 more words

Tottenham Hotspur

Everton 1-1 Tottenham: Analysis Player Ratings

What started out as a horror show after Ross Barkley’s 5th minute free kick somehow ended up in the back of the net, turned into an even greater nightmare when captain, Hugo Lloris, was subbed off just minutes later due to an apparent hamstring injury. 945 more words

Tottenham Hotspur

Chelsea 1 - 0 Liverpool

Overview:

Besides Cahill’s early goal, Chelsea and Liverpool were well-matched despite playing polar opposite styles of football. The result was a tactical stalemate that will likely become characteristic of Chelsea under Conte, who left Klopp’s side frustrated with nothing to show for all their movement and possession. 1,064 more words

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