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Posted : March 26, 2015

There are not any major football games or any significant futbol games at the club level, but there are six important international futbol games that are set to take place on March 26. Three international friendlies will take place involving some of the best teams and players in the world. There are also three CONCACAF World Cup qualifying games that will be played on March 26.

CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying

The lower ranking CONCACAF teams are looking to get past the first round of World Cup qualifying in hopes of playing in the biggest futbol tournament in the world. The first game of the day is the second leg between the US Virgin Island Read More

Posted : March 25, 2015

This past weekend featured two of the biggest matches of the year in European futbol, with heavyweights colliding atop the English Premier League and La Liga tables. The intensity was palpable, and the matches didn't disappoint. Here's a look at the past week of action in the major leagues across Europe:

English Premier League

Headlining the weekend's matches was a rivalry showdown between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield. The sides came into the match with just two points separating them for fourth and fifth in the table, and the stakes were high in the chase for a spot in next year's UEFA Champions League.

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Posted : March 24, 2015

It's a quiet day in the futbol world today, following a dramatic few days of action across Europe. Some of the continent's top clubs clashed this past weekend, with big implications atop some of the major leagues. Here's the big news out of each league:

English Premier League

The headlining match of the weekend saw Manchester United travel to Anfield to take on bitter rival Liverpool. Heading into the match, The Red Devils held a one-point advantage over The Reds for fourth place in the EPL table. This showdown was absolutely critical for positioning in next year's UEFA Champions League, and it was Manchester United which stole the show, s Read More

Posted : March 24, 2015

With the college and professional football seasons over, there is only futbol news to cover on March 19, 2015. Some of the best club futbol teams in the world were in action in hopes of advancing to the quarterfinals of the UEFA Europa League. All of the 16 remaining teams in the UEFA Europa League played second leg games to determine which eight teams advanced in the tournament.

The first game of the day was between Dinamo Moscow and Napoli. Napoli won the first meeting between the two teams 3-1, but they would still look to attack in this game. Each team would hit the goal post with a shot within the first 17 minutes of the game. Dinamo M Read More

Posted : March 24, 2015

The NFL has some horrible people that call themselves fans. Some are downright thugs that start fights in the stadium. Many idiot fanatics love to disrupt the game by running onto the field for their fifteen minutes of fame and possible electrocution via taser. And some NFL fans are simply crybabies who bitch and moan about how the world is against them. These whiners are not as bad as fans that are OK with physical assault in a parking lot, but they are still annoying nonetheless.


It's not easy to say which NFL franchise has the biggest crybabies. There are plenty of pacifiers to pass around the league. You have Raiders fan who had Read More

Posted : March 24, 2015

The NFL is a man’s game or at least it's supposed to be. The players are expected to be tough so why should the coaches be exempt from that expectation? After all, these NFL head coaches are known as leaders of men and they preach mental toughness as well as physical. So when I hear a guy whine or complain about this and that it kinda bothers me. I don’t like hypocrites so these guys should walk the walk to match the talk that spews from their mouths.


Who are the biggest crybaby coaches in the NFL? Here are ten of the worst historically. Some have been successful while others only succeeded at mimicking kids throwing tantrums.

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Posted : March 20, 2015

The North Londoners are the third English team to crash out of this season’s Champions League. Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool couldn’t even qualify from the group stages, while the West London club, Chelsea gave in to the classy performance of PSG in the round of 16.

Manchester City are the only Premier League team remaining in the competition. Yet the reigning English champions are trailing to Barcelona after the first leg at the Etihad. By the end of this first knock-out round, all English teams can get eliminated.

Arsenal faced Monaco at the Emirates in the first leg and the Ligue 1 outfit got a 3 – 1 away victory in London. The Read More

Posted : March 18, 2015

As we wind closer to the end of the season, races atop the biggest futbol leagues are heating up. Here's our recap of this weekend's action, and the outlook for the biggest tables in futbol:

English Premier League

Things tightened at the top of the Premier League this week, with table-leading Chelsea earning just one point in a draw with Southampton. The team with the nearest chance of challenging The Blues for the crown, however, took a dive as Manchester City inexplicably lost at Burnley, 1-0.

Chelsea can take a deep breath after The Citizens' performance, as they still hold a six-point lead atop the table, having played one match fewe Read More

Posted : March 18, 2015

Tuesday featured a pair of St. Patrick's Day clashes in the UEFA Champions League, both of which produced thrilling finishes in the round of 16.

Monaco hangs on vs. Arsenal

Arsenal headed to Stade Louis II to take on a stingy Monaco side for the second leg of their round of 16 matchup, trailing 3-1 on aggregate after the French side thrashed them at Emirates on February 25. The Gunners were in need of a truly inspirational performance to move through to the quarterfinals, needing to win by three goals, or score four and win by two or better to advance on away goals.

It was clear from the outset that Monaco had no intention of attacking mu Read More

Posted : March 13, 2015

Chelsea are out as ten men PSG march on to the quarter finals.

Who would have expected such drama and excitement in the round of 16 of the Champions League. First, Real Madrid got almost eliminated by Schalke on Tuesday and the following day Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea had no answers for the classy Ligue 1 side.

PSG’s visit to the Stamford Bridge has left only two British teams in the Champions League. It could all change next week as Arsenal and Manchester City are trailing to Monaco and Barcelona respectively. By the end of this first knock out round, all Premier League teams might crash out. Chelsea were one of the favorites for thi Read More

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