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Liar Liar Pants on Fire!

Ian Ayre is a rational man I am sure. In his senior position at Liverpool FC he has to talk a good game and telling the press that his club can still attract the very best players despite not being in the Champions League and not paying top dollar is simply what he has to say. 1,613 more words


Shaqiri addresses photo taken with accused imam

During a recent visit to his ancestral home country of Kosovo, international soccer star Xherdan Shaqiri landed in the center of controversy when a photo of him posing with an allegedly extremist imam surfaced online. 293 more words


First Week of June - Official Transfers This Week

The transfer window has been open for a week now and the deals have stayed consistent. Here are the major players from the first official week. 393 more words

Premier League

Gotze on Arsenal radar

Arsenal are keeping tabs on midfielder Mario Gotze’s situation at Bayern Munich after the Germany international’s agent Volker Struth slammed Bayern for not supporting his client enough last season. 146 more words


Guardiola is welcome back at Barcelona

Guardiola is welcome back at Barcelona – Laporta

The presidential hopeful would be eager to reunite with his former coach, and stated that Lionel Messi must be made to feel comfortable at the club… 355 more words


Dr Stefan Hellinger, the world's renown spine surgeon at Marin Med private hospital in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Mention the name of Leo Messi and everyone knows that you talk about football and Barcelona.

Surprisingly enough did you know that in the world of medicine, if you mention the name of Stefan Hellinger, even Leo Messi would bow. 222 more words

Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery Croatia

Guardiola: Schweinsteiger must decide what he wants alone

Pep Guardiola has claimed that Bayern Munich will not block Manchester United’s pursuit of Bastian Schweinsteiger.

The Bayern manager confirmed that theĀ German international is free to make a move to the Premier League this summer but also added that if he remains an integral part of his plans at the club, placing the ball firmly in Schweinsteiger’s court. 257 more words