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The Scariest Jobs Chart In Sports Comes From English Soccer

Tottenham Hotspur of the English Premier League fired their manager, Andre Villas-Boas after the club’s embarrassing 5-0 loss to Liverpool this past weekend. This move continues a trend that shows just how little job security there is in English soccer. Since the start of the season, 25% of Premier League […]
The Scariest Jobs Chart In Sports Comes From English Soccer
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There Is A Fatal Flaw In Arsenal’s Philosophy

[credit provider=”Fox Soccer”] The problem with having a philosophy is that, when it is clearly not working, there comes a time when you have to recognise the fatal flaw and for Arsène Wenger and Arsenal, that time is now.We have been here before with Arsenal, of course. When their trophy […]
There Is A Fatal Flaw In Arsenal’s Philosophy
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WATCH: Upset Loss Leaves Arsenal Manager Angry, Cold

Arsenal’s hopes for a spot in the Champions League took a big hit today when Fulham scored two late goals. The second goal during extra time, and both goals came just after Johan Djourou was sent off with a red card.
WATCH: Upset Loss Leaves Arsenal Manager Angry, Cold
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Leaked Photo Confirms Soccer Legend Will Rejoin Former Club

[credit provider=”Arsenal F.C.”] There still has not been an official announcement, but the worst-kept secret in the English Premier League is the inevitable return of Thierry Henry to Arsenal, a team for which he scored 226 goals.According to ESPN.com, Henry has been working out with Arsenal since his current club, […]
Leaked Photo Confirms Soccer Legend Will Rejoin Former Club
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English Soccer Star Denies Celebrating With A Nazi Salute

[credit provider=”YouTube.com”] Over the weekend we saw video of Robin van Persie celebrating a goal with something that looked like a Nazi salute. Click here to see video of Robin van Persie’s goal celebration And now, van Persie has taken to twitter to defend his odd-looking celebration.
English Soccer Star Denies Celebrating With A Nazi Salute
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European Soccer Teams Spent $2 BILLION On Players Alone This Summer

[credit provider=”Wikimedia Commons” url=”http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nani_-_Oct_2010.jpg”] Deliotte estimates that first-division clubs in England, Spain, and Italy spent nearly $2 billion on player transfers this summer.England led the way, with the 20 EPL teams spending $790 million combined — a 33-per cent increase from last year.
European Soccer Teams Spent $2 BILLION On Players Alone This Summer
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