Monthly Archives: August 2012

Chelsea vs Newcastle United: Vurnon Anita finds life tough at the Bridge


Vurnon Anita Newcastle United vs Chelsea

As the seconds ticked away in the second half, the heavy rain that had threatened the early evening game from even taking place poured onto the greasy Stamford Bridge surface at which point the Newcastle players were probably hoping the heavens would swallow them up and spit them back out somewhere back in the North East after being comfortably second best to Hazard, Mata, Torres and company.

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Tom Cleverley: The man to bring defensive steel to the United midfield


Tom Cleverley Manchester United

For some Manchester United supporters (including myself), last week’s transfer activity at the club will only really set in when the team sheet is Sky Sports News ticker tape material  ahead of the game against Everton.

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Santi Cazorla: Arsenal have another magnificent Spaniard on their hands


Santi Cazorla Malaga to Arsenal

To put it bluntly, it must suck right now to be a Malaga CF supporter.  If ever there was a club that represented all that is good and bad about embracing foreign ownership in just a single season, the Andalusian club has gone through it all. The exuberant spending spree in the summer transfer window to reported financial turmoil with an excellent league campaign that secured Champions League football sandwiched in between the two polar opposites, the club now appears to be selling off its prized assets.

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