Premier League 2015-16 – Punters Predict Champion

While it’s still too early in the season to jump to conclusions, the current standings in the Premier League suggest that Manchester City has stayed as fit and active as in the previous season, while Chelsea appears to be a bit tired. The Sky Blues currently lead with three points and by goal difference, followed closely by Leicester, Crystal Palace and West Ham competing for second place, and Aston Villa with one goal and one win. Chelsea has four points and only one win at this moment, currently standing at the 9th place of the table. But there is still plenty of time left for them to pull More >

Football Themed Slots Loved By Slots and Football Fans Alike

Officially, no other sport in the history is watched by so many people as football. Every time a World Cup tournament is organized there is a record-breaking number of viewers. It is estimated that football is being played in 200 countries across the world by 250,000,000 people. Besides that, one of the first professional sport associations was actually a football association, the Football League of England formed in the late 19th century that exists today in the form of the English Premier, Championship and the other leagues.


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Manchester City Offers Paul Pogba £250,000 Per Week

Manchester City is rumored to be willing to do anything for Paul Pogba to strengthen its ranks for the next season. View image | The rumors go as far as stating that the team is offering the Juventus midfielder no less than £250,000 each week (that’s over $380,000) after tax. The amount is said to be offered in order to repel the advances of the many other teams competing for the 22 year old midfielder’s graces – Real Madrid, Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea. Paul Pogba is considered a powerful, skilled and creative player. After his transfer to Juventus More >

Barcelona reach the final despite the loss against Bayern

Despite the loss in the second leg Barcelona reached their eighth European Cup final on Tuesday night and will play in Berlin against Real Madrid or Juventus. Barcelona‘s 18-match unbeaten run was ended, but Neymar’s first-half double secured the place in the final for the Spanish giant. After Bayern’s seventh minute lead through Medhi Benatia, Neymar was twice picked out by striker Luis Suarez and made a lead in the first half-time.


Spanish side is now one victory away from triumphing in each of the three titles they are chasing including a Primera division, Spanish Cup and the More >

FA Cup semi-finals preview

Arsenal and Liverpool will be confident of setting up a fourth FA Cup Final meeting when they face Reading and Aston Villa, respectively, in the semi-finals at Wembley at the weekend.

Reading will be firmly in the underdog role when they take on Arsenal in the first semi-final in what will seem like Rocky coming up against Apollo Creed for the first time. Reading, though, will be hoping for a different outcome from that fight when it was the favourite and title holder who actually won. It therefore promises to be a nervy wait for the semi-finals. But if you want to experience in advance the More >

Sting in the end of confusing Hull City and Steve Bruce tale?

Truth be told, there are probably seven teams still locked in the Premier League relegation dogfight.

West Bromwich Albion may not have done enough to relax just yet but, with the wily Tony Pulis at the helm, you get the feeling that they will be there soon. 

Aston Villa are also showing positive signs under Tim Sherwood and will be confident that, having struggled to get out of reverse for much of the campaign, they still have a few gears to go through.

That, then, means that five must go into three.

The intriguing thing about this tussle, at this stage, is that the quintet with the most to More >

Arsenal set sights on thrashing out a deal with “The next Lionel Messi”

The future looks bright for Arsenal, who recently picked up a comfortable home victory against last season’s title-challenging Liverpool.

With their sights firmly set on a top-four finish, the Gunners are finding form right when it matters most in the season. With one eye on the future of the club, there has been some media speculation about the signing of Argentine teenage striker Maximiliano Romero, who has been touted as ‘the next Lionel Messi.’

Snapping up young transfers is a tactic that has worked wonders in the past for boss Arsene Wenger, who acquired the services of Cesc Fabregas at More >

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