1. Barcelona Announce First Shirt Sponsor

    Perhaps the most iconic symbol of solidarity and tradition in world football, Barcelona's iconic blue and red kit will now have a paid sponsor for the first time in team history...

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  2. Atlético Madrid Make Major Move, Set to Sign Brazilian Star Elias

    One of the brightest rising stars in Brazilian football, Elias, has his bags packed with Atlético Madrid his destination...

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  3. Adriano: Is The Imperador Being Exiled Back To Brazil?

    Earlier this week, several leaks in Brazil began to draw a possible transfer move for the Imperador, Adriano, going from his new club Roma to Brazilian giants Corinthians...

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  4. Diego Forlán Really Ready To Leave Atletico and End Up In Brazil? Appears So!

    Voted the best player during this summers World Cup in South Africa, Diego Forlán hasn't been shy of announcing his desire to leave Atletico Madrid and return to his home continent of South America...

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  5. The 25 Greatest National Teams Of All Time

    Quick, who are the three most successful national teams of all time? Most of us would have similar responses, mostly within just five or six teams all together...

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  6. The Top 10 Players In Brazil Who Earned a January European Transfer (With Video)

    Year in and year out those who follow the Brazilian domestic league get a sneak preview of what the potential stars of the future in Europe are capable of...

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  7. Mano Menezes Announces Call Ups for Brazil vs. Argentina

    Three months into his reign as Brazilian national team manager, Mano Menezes has maintained his core group of players and kept most of the players from the 2010 World Cup Roster off his list...

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  8. How Close Is Paulo Henrique Ganso To Europe? Closer Than You Think!

    Perhaps the most promising midfielder in Brazil and the world today, Paulo Henrique Ganso, better known simply as Ganso, has declined an offer by his current club Santos F.C. to keep him at the Brazilian side...

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  9. Iniesta and the 23 Players with a Shot at Player of the Year

    Earlier today, FIFA released it's annual list of the possible contenders for it's year-end player of the year award...

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  10. Ronaldo and the 10 Worst Free Kick Fails

    There is almost nothing like a perfectly executed free kick. Everyone in the stadium is staring at you, everyone at home is hoping you will pull through for them...

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  11. Ronaldinho To Rejoin Brazilian National Team

    One thousand and sixty seven. That is how many days it has been since Ronaldinho last scored for the Brazilian national team. It seems hard to believe that a player of his quality and ability could fall off so fast...

    Andre Rojter Written by Andre Rojter about almost 4 years ago 1,290 reads 4 comments

  12. World Football: Top 10 Soccer Cities on Earth

    In all the major American sports leagues, cities that have more than one team in a league usually have one team that constantly dominates the other, be it through the media or through its accomplishments...

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  13. FIFA Club World Cup: A Complete History

    It is mid October and with the soccer season in South America wrapping up and the European leagues are getting into mid season stride which means only one thing for the global soccer world, the 2010 FIFA Club World Cup...

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  14. Brazil-Iran Preview

    This upcoming Thursday, October 7, 2010, Brazil will take on one of its most surprising opponents: Iran. There is a long history of Brazil playing outside of its own continent and against much lesser opponents in a somewhat random location...

    Andre Rojter Written by Andre Rojter about almost 4 years ago 2,759 reads 26 comments

  15. John Terry and the 10 Worst Kicks to the Face in Soccer

    During the 2007 League Cup Final between Chelsea and Arsenal, Chelsea captain John Terry was the recipient of one of soccer's worst kicks to the face...

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  16. Ronaldo "Fenomeno": The Nine Most Remarkable Goals of His Career

    Last week Ronaldo, one of the greatest players of all time, celebrated his 34th birthday from the stands, still nursing an ever more nagging calf injury...

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  17. Jason "Whiteboy" Williams and the 12 Dumbest Athlete Tattoos

    Lets face it, athletes do a lot of dumb things. Athletes are young and for the most part extremely well paid, a deadly combination when it comes to potentially stupid decisions...

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  18. How Neymar Has Fallen So Far So Fast at Santos In Brazil

    Chelsea supporters, you ought to be smiling right about now. Not because your team has won its first four games in the Premiership, not because you have scored the most goals (17) or allowed the fewest amount (one)...

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  19. Robinho Finalizes Move To A.C. Milan For Four Seasons

    The long drawn out drama between Robinho and Manchester City has finally reached an end. The Brazilian star originally signed with City after failing to secure a transfer window deadline move to Chelsea, who at the time was headed by Felipe Scolari...

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  20. Paulo Henrique Ganso Tears ACL, Out at Least Six Months.

    Paulo Henrique Ganso, the other half of Santos' star studded attack alongside Neymar, learned today after an MRI in São Paulo that he will miss at least the next six months due the injury...

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  21. The 15 Craziest Goals of All Time (with Video)

    During the 2010 Community Shield, Manchester United's Chicharito managed to give us one of the most ridiculous looking goals when he was able to put the ball into the net off his own face...

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  22. Neymar Makes Final Decision

    After analyzing offers from both Santos F.C. and Chelsea, Brazil’s newest “it” player made a surprise decision. Neymar will stay at Santos (for the time being of course)...

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  23. Neymar Meets With Agent To Finally Decide On Chelsea Move

    Santos had a planned return flight home after a midweek loss in the south of Brazil for some time around three o’clock local time but its biggest star, Neymar, preempted his teammates and took an early flight to São Paulo...

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  24. Neymar Takes Yet Another Step Towards Chelsea

    It seems with each passing day, Brazil's newest star, Neymar, is packing his bag for London. After the dinner meeting between representatives of Neymar and Chelsea, Neymar's current ...

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  25. Bobby Petrino Should Be Slapped

    Bobby Petrino deserves to be slapped. There is no way around it, no matter how hard you try to find one. The fact that Petrino had a local reporter fired for simply wearing a Florida Gators hat to a press conference is absurd...

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