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Month: July 2016
Pundits are paid well, though pundits don’t talk well. Is criticism really the way to go for growing American soccer? The very real threat could soon turn into a reality.
The flair player is reportedly one of Abramovich’s favorite at the Bridge. But could he actually be leaving?
Spurs’ manager Mauricio Pochettino should be looking to offload some players, in an effort to recoup some of the money they’ve spent so far.
The transfer window has been a small flame that is surely going to become a blazing inferno by the time it all ends on August 31. Who should look to do more? And who should be patted?
England needs a manager who can make them believe in the next step–winning trophies. Allardyce has no idea how that works.
Chelsea are on the verge of signing Leicester’s N’Golo Kante. They are also considering a move for Lazio’s Brazilian star Felipe Anderson should Cuadrado leave, and Fabregas might go to his old boss’s aide.
Spurs have signed Vincent Janssen on a 4-year contract from AZ Alkmaar. The striker, who was the top scorer in the Dutch Eredivisie during last season, now provides adequate depth for star forward Harry Kane.