1. Arsenal FC: Why 2012-13 Will Be the Gunners' Most Important Season Yet

    Seven years. It's been seven years since Patrick Vieira stepped up to the penalty spot at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff to seal the 2005 FA Cup title for Arsenal . Since then, things have changed in North London...

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  2. Arsenal FC: Why Arsenal Are Genuine 2012-13 Title Contenders

    Arsenal 's 2011-12 campaign was certainly one of ups and downs. It started off at rock bottom. Arsenal had lost two of their most important players in Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri, ...

    Matthew Celentano Written by Matthew Celentano about over 2 years ago 20,141 reads 138 comments

  3. Top 10 Preseason Friendlies You Have to Watch This Summer

    Euro 2012 may be over, but there are plenty of preseason friendlies worth watching before the season kicks off in August...

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  4. Arsenal FC: Evaluating Robin Van Persie's Transfer Options

    Euro 2012, the Olympics, the Robin Van Persie transfer saga. That was the order of sporting events to watch this summer...

    Matthew Celentano Written by Matthew Celentano about over 2 years ago 13,690 reads 41 comments

  5. Power Ranking the Top 10 Champions League Favorites for 2012

    The 2012-13 Champions League could be the most exciting yet. Why? There is no favorite. I know, that goes against this entire article, but after underdogs Chelsea went against all ...

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  6. Arsenal FC: Why the Gunners Must Keep Theo Walcott at All Costs

    Theo Walcott is somewhat of a controversial player for Arsenal —not controversial like Mario Balotelli or John Terry, but controversial in the sense that many fans haven't quite made up their mind about the English speedster...

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  7. Predicting the 10 Largest Transfer Fees of the Summer Window

    Whether we like it or not, money is slowly but surely taking over football. Clubs like Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are becoming mega-rich because of the endless stream of oil money being injected by Middle Eastern billionaires...

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  8. Arsenal FC: Predicting All of the Gunners' Transfers for the Rest of the Summer

    It hasn't taken long for the summer transfer window to take over the football world, with the rumor mill already pumping out stories for football fans across the globe to feed on during the long offseason...

    Matthew Celentano Written by Matthew Celentano about over 2 years ago 15,188 reads 61 comments

  9. Robin Van Persie Snubs Arsenal: How Gunners Can Still Win EPL in 2012-13

    With Euro 2012 now done and dusted, the biggest story in the football world is undoubtedly the Robin Van Persie situation...

    Matthew Celentano Written by Matthew Celentano about over 2 years ago 7,940 reads 68 comments

  10. Euro 2012: Why Andrea Pirlo Can Send Italy to the Final

    Very few people predicted Italy would get this far in Euro 2012 . The nation was surrounded by a match-fixing scandal, with probable starting left back Domenico Criscito even having to be pulled out of the squad due to apparent illegal activity ...

    Matthew Celentano Written by Matthew Celentano about over 2 years ago 1,065 reads 2 comments

  11. Why Mario Balotelli Is the Key to Italy's Euro 2012 Chances

    Mario Balotelli : misunderstood genius or unstable madman? The Italian forward is arguably the most controversial figure in world football , with his shenanigans off the pitch or moments of magic on the pitch always catching headlines...

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  12. Euro 2012 Quarterfinals: Power Ranking the 8 Nations Left in the Tournament

    And then there were eight. After a Euro 2012 group stage packed with thrills and spills, the knockout stages have finally arrived with all eight teams having one eye on the trophy...

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  13. Euro 2012: Predicting All 8 Quarterfinalists

    The second round of group stage matches is finished, and we now head into what will be the most dramatic matches of Euro 2012 so far...

    Matthew Celentano Written by Matthew Celentano about over 2 years ago 10,923 reads 28 comments

  14. Italy vs. Croatia: Predicting the Score and Italy's Starting 11

    After a three-game losing streak in international friendlies and a match-fixing scandal surrounding the nation, many people predicted an early exit for Italy in Euro 2012 , even in a group with no other major European powerhouse besides Spain...

    Matthew Celentano Written by Matthew Celentano about over 2 years ago 7,867 reads 4 comments

  15. Spain vs. Italy: Predicting Lineups and Score for Group C Showdown

    Group C of Euro 2012 kicks off with the one of the most anticipated matches of the tournament, as Spain and Italy square off in a showdown that could decide who wins the group...

    Matthew Celentano Written by Matthew Celentano about over 2 years ago 8,092 reads 5 comments

  16. Grading All 20 Premier League Managers on Their Performance This Season

    In what was arguably the most exciting Premier League season ever, there are plenty of talking points about different managers' performances...

    Matthew Celentano Written by Matthew Celentano about over 2 years ago 672,195 reads 204 comments

  17. Why the 2011-12 World Football Season Has Been the Best Ever

    The 2011-12 World Football season looked as if it was going to end with a fizzle at the Allianz Arena on Saturday—with 80 minutes gone by, the Champions League final between ...

    Matthew Celentano Written by Matthew Celentano about over 2 years ago 3,074 reads 14 comments

  18. Premier League Winners and Losers from the Final Day of the Season

    With all of the talk about "Survival Sunday," the final day of the season in the Premier League sure had a lot of hype to live up to...

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  19. Premier League Winners and Losers: Manchester City, the Top-4 Race, and More

    What a weekend it was. It was a week that one can look back on and use as an argument to prove that the Premier League is the best football league in the world. It had slip-ups, comebacks, upsets and, most important of all, it had goals...

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  20. Arsenal Reveal New Home Kit for 2012-13 Season

    Arsenal FC have revealed their home kit for the 2012-13 season on the club's official website, Arsenal.com...

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  21. Premier League Winners and Losers: Papiss Cisse, the Title Race and More

    With 14 matches this past gameweek, there's plenty of talking points from all around the Premier League table...

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  22. Why Bayern vs. Chelsea Will Be a Better Final Than Barcelona vs. Madrid

    When the Champions League quarterfinal draw had been finished, it seemed like everything had fallen into place perfectly...

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  23. FC Barcelona: Are the Blaugrana Still the Best in the World?

    In case you've been living under a rock, Barcelona recently bowed out of the 2012 Champions League, losing 3-2 on aggregate to Chelsea in the semifinal after a 2-2 draw at the Nou Camp...

    Matthew Celentano Written by Matthew Celentano about over 2 years ago 3,742 reads 63 comments

  24. Arsenal Transfers: 7 Bold Predictions for Gunners' Summer Spending

    It's been a roller coaster season for Arsenal , but things have been on the up as of late, for the Gunners, and third place in the Premier League is looking good...

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  25. Premier League Winners and Losers: Divers, Wigan Athletic and More

    With only six Premier League matches this weekend, it wasn't the busiest of game weeks but it had plenty of shocks and surprises from all over the table...

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