Football Headlines Round-up: 9/30/11

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Looking to catch up on the latest headlines from the beautiful game? Look no further!

Tevez Saga Continues…

The Carlos Tevez vs. Manchester City saga continues unabated today, as now-Championship side West Ham United has made a bid to take Tevez back to Upton Park on loan. Manchester City has rejected the offer. Read more.

Speaking of West Ham…

It wasn’t all unsuccessful for the Irons, however. They managed to bag Manuel Almunia on loan from Arsenal since he has fallen out of favor at the north London club. More here.

Donuts No Laughing Matter…

Manchester United’s David de Gea recently ate a Krispy Kreme donut in a local shop, then attempted to leave without paying for it. He was tackled by security and has received a warning. Hey, cut the lad a break, he’s only making £70,000-a-week but apparently decided that he a week – and Krispy Kreme weigh in at a whopping £1.19 a piece! More here.

Doubts About Gerrard…

Fabio Capello is unsure about Steven Gerrard’s fitness level ahead of England’s match against Montenegro. The match is considered a crucial qualifier in England’s Euro 2012 campaign. Read more.

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Football Headlines Round-up: 9/28/11

by GloriousFootball on September 28, 2011 · 0 comments   Email This Post Email This Post

Carlos Tevez Rebels…
Carlos Tevez made quite a splash by refusing to play for Mancini’s Manchester City squad last night. Today, the world reacts. And more importantly, Carlos Mancini reacts – by declaring Tevez’s Manchester City career is over. Listen here.

And if you’re not up on the story, blogger Phil McNulty does an excellent job of catching you up in this post.

No Blame for Wenger…
Although it’s a big blow to Arsenal, Arsene Wenger is refusing to point the finger of blame in the case of Jack Wilshere’s injury, which may keep him out for most of the season. The 19 year old underwent ankle surgery yesterday and is expected to be out of play until at least February. Catch up on the news here.

Breno up in Flames…
Bayern Munich are hopeful that police will soon release their defender Breno, who’s been in custody for the last few days on suspicion of burning down his own house last week. Bayern’s chairman argues that detaining Breno was an “exaggerated measure” and he should be released to continue with his life while the investigation continues. Read more here.

Pearce Won’t Take the Helm…
Stuart Pearce has put to rest rumors that he will succeed Fabio Capello as England’s manager when the Italian steps down. Although he has spent 4 years in charge of England’s U-21s, he feels he lacks the experience necessary to helm the senior team. Read his remarks here.

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Interesting Video – Premiership Footballer Wages

September 7, 2011

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As I See It: The EPL

August 14, 2011
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As the 20th English Premier League season kicks off, the excitement is already at a boiling point. Every fan believes this could be his club’s year, but in reality only three teams have a legitimate shot at the title, in my opinion. Another three clubs have a shot at the final Champions League position, and [...]

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Billionaires’ Folly

June 29, 2011
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As the world’s economy continues to plummet, billionaires continue to play. It used to be that “Big Teams” would be targets for billionaires that felt like playing. Nowadays it seems that they are more interested in making no names into “world class” clubs, than just buying the best.
It all seemed to start with Abramovich and [...]

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A Wanted Man?

June 28, 2011
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The Cesc Fabregas saga continues to unfold at the Emirates. The former Barcelona youth player has made it clear that he would love to return to Barca. Barcelona has also made it clear that they would love to have him back. It seems as if only Arsenal and Wenger stand in the way of such [...]

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