Another brace from Liverpool reject Mario Balotelli propels Nice to the summit of Ligue 1

Liverpool-reject Mario Balotelli has finally found some form on his loan move with Ligue 1 side Nice. The 26-year-old, who joined Liverpool in 2014 for £16m, managed to score just one goal in his first season for the Reds. In the summer of 2015, he joined his former club AC Milan on a loan move. However, his time with Milan was plagued with injuries, and he managed only eight starts and a solitary goal during his second spell with the club. This summer, he joined Nice on a free season-long…

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Arsenal star’s revelation could be an omen for big transfer

In a new episode of Rapid Fire, Arsenal’s Santi Cazorla and Nacho Monreal fired questions at each other about a number of issues: football, movies…and pets among other things. The two Spaniards struggled with some questions, as their English proved to be pedestrian in a funny way. The Youtube video starts with Cazorla preferring former Brazilian legend Ronaldo over Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo, as the midfielder believes the former one was the best in the world. “I love this guy,” he said. Monreal picked Thierry Henry over Dennis Bergkamp,…

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Sergio Aguero left speechless by street football skills [Video]

Sergio Aguero is used to amazing people by scoring a ton of goals for Manchester City and the Argentina national team. But this time, the striker was left speechless himself, as street football legend Soufiane Touzani showed his skills to the 27-year-old. Soufiane Touzani showing Sergio Aguero his skills. Sergio is speechless Geplaatst door The SPORT Bible op donderdag 3 maart 2016

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Riyad Mahrez had no idea Leicester City were a football club [Video]

Leicester City star Riyad Mahrez wasn’t always aware that the Foxes had a football team, revealing in the April issue of FourFourTwo that he thought they were a rugby club. The Algeria international has been one of the Premier League’s best players this season, scoring 14 league goals for the unlikely table leaders, while also providing 11 assists. Mahrez made the switch from French side Le Havre to the King Power Stadium during the 2014 winter transfer market, with the Foxes still in the Championship. He scored three goals as the…

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This day in history: Premier League’s finest goal ever? [Video]

On March 2, 2002, Dennis Bergkamp scored probably the finest goal in Premier League history. With a touch of genius, the Dutchman controlled a pass by Robert Pires and hit the net in a game against Newcastle. Just watch and learn from one of the best strikers to ever play in England’s top flight: Brilliant Bergkamp stuns NewcastleThe finest goal in #BPL history? On this day 14 years ago, an unforgettable moment from Dennis Bergkamp… Geplaatst door Premier League op woensdag 2 maart 2016

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Video: Deadline Day coverage gets interrupted by a giant inflatable Banana!

Last year it was a Purple dildo, this year it’s a giant inflatable Banana! Most of you would remember the incident from the last transfer window when Sky Sports presenter Alan Irwin was at the receiving end of a purple dildo on Live TV. To refresh your memories, we have a footage of the incident here. Something similar happened to an Italian TV presenter today. Only, this time, it was a giant inflatable Banana. However, the reaction of this reporter was quite different. Unlike Irwin, who maintained his professionalism throughout…

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Former Manchester United star retires at the age of 34

Nemanja Vidic has decided to end his football career, with the former Manchester United star announcing his retirement at the age of just 34 years. The Serbian centre-back was released by Serie A club Inter, cancelling his contract by mutual consent earlier this month. He was quoted on the Red Devil’s website saying: “The time has come for me to hang up my boots. The injuries I have had in the last few years have taken their toll. “I would like to thank all the players I have played with, all the…

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Top five rants from Premier League managers

Football management is a high-pressure job. And in football, pressure can bring out the worst in anyone. Even the likes of Jose Mourinho and Rafa Benitez! Watch our list of top five rants from Premier League managers. 5) Joe Kinnear (Newcastle United): The former Newcastle manager blurted out 52 swear words in five minutes during the 2008-09 season. Now that will take some beating. 4) Ian Hollaway (Blackpool) This one was one of the funniest press conferences by a football manager. Hollaway went on a rant about FIFA, UEFA, Sepp Blatter…

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Top 5 Champions League finals from the last decade

A Champions League final is the biggest spectacle of club football. Over the years, we have witnessed some breathtaking football in the finals of the continental competition. Here we will take a look at the top five Champions League finals from the last decade: 5. Manchester United Vs Chelsea (2008) Cristiano Ronaldo and Frank Lampard scored for their respective teams during the regular time, but both teams couldn’t be separated after 120 minutes and the game had to be decided on penalties. John Terry slipped on what could have been…

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Look away Louis! Paul Scholes goes on a rant about United and van Gaal

Manchester United came away with a late victory in their third round FA Cup matchup with Sheffield United. But that didn’t hold back Paul Scholes to go on a rant about his former team and their manager Louis van Gaal. It took a Wayne Rooney 94th minute penalty to seal The Red Devils’ passing to the fourth round, after Memphis Depay was fouled in the box by Dean Hammon. United’s offensive performance was atrocious, with van Gaal’s side failing to muster a shot on target until after the hour mark, with ironic cheers…

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Mesut Ozil assists in real life as he invites a newlywed couple to a game at Emirates

A couple of days ago, a story emerged where an Arsenal fan trolled his wife by dedicating a heartfelt toast to his favourite player Mesut Ozil during his wedding ceremony. In the room full of people, the groom said: ‘I think everyone in this room that this person has made me the happiest guy on the planet. I wake up every day, and I still can’t grasp the fact that this someone is in my life. I feel incredibly lucky, and all that I hope is that this special someone…

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Five most famous Pop songs to inspire football chants

Football chants are a very crucial part of the game. The crowd is always considered to be the 12th man for a football team, and chants are considered to be crowds’ tool to spur their team on. Down the years, football fans have used a number of pop hits to create their chants either to support their team or to mock their opponents. Here we will take a look at the five most famous and popular pop songs, which inspired the football chants. 5. Just Can’t get Enough by Depeche…

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Top 5 Footballers in Pop

Newly crowned World Boxing Heavyweight Champion, Tyson Fury gained much media coverage and social media reaction after his impromptu serenading of his wife following his recent victory over Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf. Generous souls may be able to excuse the cringeworthiness and put it down to it being a heat of the moment thing. A few might even have moved by the sentiment as Fury completed his crooning with a very touching, ‘I love you, my wife.’ However, there are footballers who, far from being caught up in the moment or overcome with emotion, have actually gone through…

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