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There are many exciting sporting contests lined up in 2014. These include golf tournaments such as the PGA Masters, the Australian Open Tennis Championship, Formula One Racing, MMA Events, Cricket matches and more. Arguably the most exciting sports event is the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2014. This is the pride enjoy of football fans the world over, and this prestigious tournament will be taking place between 12 June and 13 July 2014 in Brazil. The opening match will feature the host nation – Brazil taking on Croatia on 12 June at More >

Barcelona suffer the first defeat of season in Primera

FC Barcelona lost in Primera division for the first time in nine months when they were beaten 1-0 at Athletic Bilbao. After going down to Ajax in the Champions League four days ago, Iker Muniain hit the nets and scoring the only goal on the match.

Despite the defeat, FC Barcelona stay top of the league table with the same 40 points as Atlético Madrid, who beat Elche on Saturday 0-2.  Without the injured Lionel Messi, Barcelona can’t find their game and his injury is a big blow for Gerardo Martino’s team which has won once and lost twice since Messi suffered a left hamstring injury. Despite More >

FIFA – World Cup 2014: Greece, Portugal, Croatia and France reach World Cup

Greece, Portugal, Croatia and France all won their play-offs and qualified for the next summer’s World Cup in Brazil.

 

Romania 1  –  Greece 1 (agg 2-4) Croatia 2  –  Iceland 0 (agg 2-0) Sweden 2  –  Portugal 3 (agg 2-4) France 3  –  Ukraine 0 (agg 3-2)

 

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The Greatest Cheater In the History of Football

Using his charm and tricks as his weapons he built a 20-year-career as a striker despite the fact that he never scored a single goal. His name? Carlos Henrique Kaiser.

Like most other kids in Brazil, Carlos Henrique, wanted to be a football player. He was born into a relatively poor family and dreamt of a more comfortable life. In his early years he was actually quite good and he was picked up by Mexican football club Puebla, at the age of 16. In the early 80′s, he made friends with some of Brazil’s most famous players: Romario, Edmundo, Ricardo Rocha, Renato Gaúcho, Branco etc. Whenever More >

World Cup 2014 – Play-Off Draw

In order to qualify and make their first FIFA World Cup, Iceland must get past Croatia, while in other play-off matches France face Ukraine, Portugal take on Sweden and Greece play Romania.

Former Switzerland striker Alexander Frei and FIFA head of Olympic and World Cup qualifiers Gordon Savic made draw today in Zurich. The four winners of the two-legged matches will join the nine UEFA group winners – Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, England and holders Spain. European play-off draw (15 & 19 November) Portugal v Sweden Ukraine v More >

Wales winger Harry Wilson wins grand-dad 125,000 pounds

Welsh teenager Harry Wilson has become the youngest player ever to play for his country, but that’s not all. He earned his grandfather 125,000 pounds.

Wilson, who play for Liverpool, broke Gareth Bale’s record when he played on Tuesday’s 1:1 draw against Belgium at the age of 16 years and 207 days. But, that was double celebration for his gran-dad Pete Edwards, who had place a bet of £50 that his grandson Wilson would play for Wales one day. Pete placed his bet when his grandson was only two years old at amazing odds of 2,500-1.  And it happened, in the 87th minutes substitute in World Cup More >

Ignore Chelsea and Man City for the Premier League value bets

If you’re looking for a little value in the Premier League after the first seven games of the new English Premier League season, then you’re going to have to ignore Man City and Chelsea.

After seven games the Barclays Premier League Table is largely dominated by the clubs we would have though with a couple of exceptions. So far, Southampton are the unexpected gate-crashers though many punters tipped them to do better than expected whilst Manchester United have got off to a stuttering start under the stewardship of David Moyes. But here again, many punters expected this transition to prove a More >
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