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  1. Nike Tiempo Legend IV Elite

    The Nike Tiempo was originally released during the 1994 World Cup in the United States. That year, the final was played between Brazil and Italy. Ten of the players on the pitch wore the Nike Tiempo that day. Out of …


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  2. Have Liverpool lost the plot?

    There was widespread optimism around Anfield at the end of the season. “King” Kenny Dalglish had returned as manager, masterminding a resurgence that saw Liverpool narrowly miss out on European football. New owners FSG seem to be owners with Liverpool’s …


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  3. Gold Cup: Mexico routs Cuba & Costa Rica survive scare

    Note to every team in the Gold Cup: if you play Mexico build a big first half lead if you want to win the match. For the second straight match El Tri played a close first half – this time taking a 1-0 lead over Cuba into the locker room – only to explode in the second half for their second straight 5-0 victory.

    Before El Tri took care of business against another overmatched opponent, fellow group A favorite Costa Rica needed a stoppage time bailout goal from Randall Brenes to rescue a point from El Salvador and keep their hopes of winning the group alive.


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  4. Report: Five Mexican National Team Players Removed from Gold Cup for Failed Drug Test

    Just hours ahead of their second group stage match against Cuba reports are circulating that five Mexican national team players have failed a drug test and have been removed from the squad pending further investigation.

    The five include Guillermo Ochoa, Maza Rodriquez, Antonio Sinha, Edgar Duenas and Christian Bermudez. Rumors are circulating that Ricardo Osorio also failed the test but that has not been confirmed.


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  5. Chelsea 11/12 away shirts

    On June 3rd, we brought you the leaked Chelsea away shirts and on June 9th, we bring to you the news that Chelsea have revealed their away 2011/2012 kits. These adidas manufactured shirts have turquoise squares set on a black …


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  6. Arsene Wenger: The Next Move

    There was a time when winning trophies was a habit at the Emirates. Or rather, Highbury. Such have been Arsenal’s performances that they have failed to win a major trophy since 2005. Not a piece of silverware has been won …


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