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Germany 1-2 Australia: Socceroos Shock Hosts


The Socceroos produced one of the biggest wins in the national team’s history by upsetting heavyweights Germany 2-1 in Wednesday morning’s friendly in Monchengladbach. Two goals in three minutes in the second half set up the win in front of just over 30,000 fans at Borussia Park. Advertisements

If The Phillies and Red Sox Are A Lock For The World Series, Why Are We Even Playing Baseball This Season?


When the Philadelphia Phillies won the race to sign left-handed pitcher Cliff Lee in December, baseball analysts everywhere immediately wrote the Phillies down to represent the National League in the World Series. Likewise for the Boston Red Sox in the American League after the signings of Carl Crawford and Adrian Gonzalez. Really, who’s going to … Continue reading

2011 NFL Mock Draft: Week 1/4 Edition


The NFL draft is four weeks away. This shall be the first of four editions mocking the draft to help fans get an idea of who their favorite teams will select on draft day. Big names like Blaine Gabbert, Cam Newton, Da’Quan Bowers, and Patrick Peterson among many others will rise and fall a million … Continue reading

Cesc Fabregas to Barcelona: How Much Should They Pay for Arsenal’s Captain?


The Cesc Fabregas to Barcelona saga is proving to be one of the most long drawn transfer stories in recent memory, and it shows no sign of calming down as both teams continue to fight out for the Spanish midfielder. Arsenal signed Fabregas from Barcelona when the Spanish midfielder was just 16 and under the tutelage … Continue reading

Gael Clichy: Arsenal’s Flying Left Back Should Stay with the Gunners


The Invincibles: Seems a long time back now. Gael Clichy, the last remaining player from that illustrious season maybe on his way away from the Emirates with a number of clubs ready to pounce. If recent reports are to be believed, then the Arsenal left back is all set to reject a new contract and … Continue reading