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  1. Football Fans Could Get Sued For Libel

    Soccerlens has been accused of inviting lawsuits several times in the past – the West Ham affair (arguably an over-the-top response by Hammers but in any event a plausible case for libel), a few humourous pieces calling players gay or …


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  2. Where does Ireland go from here?

    We’ve been here before. After the failure of the Republic of Ireland to qualify for the 2006 World Cup two years ago, the arrogant, insipid, somewhat idiotic Brian Kerr was finally jettisoned from a position which he wasn’t fit for …


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  3. Premier League coming to the US?

    On Friday the BBC ran a story about the possibility of Premier League games being played in the US – mostly thanks to a soundbite from West Ham (non-executive) chairman Eggert Magnusson and another quote from Arsenal shareholder Stan Kroenke. …


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  4. Sagnol for Manchester United?

    The Sun is at it again today. After – correctly – predicting that Martin Jol will be sacked since (and you better hold on to something here) he was not included on the team’s monopoly board, they have now made …


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  5. The Bayern Munich Revolution

    < ![endif]-->Bayern Munich is both the most popular and most loathed club all over Germany — a true touchstone (almost requirement) for a club considering itself national. However, is it the arrogant, prideful trio of Jancker-Effenberg-Basler or the much more …


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