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Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Has the time come for a European Super League?

The Champions League is the biggest prize in football. Locking horns with the finest clubs the Continent has to offer, not to mention the greatest players in the world. If you win the Champions League you can die a very happy man. However, Galatasaray chairman Unal Aysal believes a change to the gr...

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Sunday, 11 August 2013

Dave Disciascio's predictions for 2013/14

The Premier League season is just days away and we at Squarefootball are getting ready by staring into our crystal balls and predicting our winners and losers for the season ahead. Weve already had Mitch Waddon predict title glory for Manchester City while Jim Barry has plumped for Jose Mourinh...

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Tuesday, 22 January 2013

Will Arsenal, Chelsea or City bring Edinson Cavani to England?

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has made no secret of his admiration for Napoli striker Edinson Cavani. When asked about speculation linking the Gunners with the Napoli striker, who has scored 16 Serie A goals this season, Wenger said: Cavani is a player that I like. Will he cost a lot of money? T...

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Sunday, 06 January 2013

Chelsea: Who will be Frank Lampard's next club?

All good things must come to an end and so is Frank Lampards time at Stamford Bridge. Some eyebrows were raised when Lampard arrived at Chelsea from West Ham for £11 million, but the goalscoring midfielder has been worth every penny and then some. Lampard leaves the Bridge having won every major ...

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Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Outside the Box – Football on TV: Love or hate him, 'Mourinho' shows Jose really is the Special One

There are times in this cruel cruel world of ours when desperate sad acts like myself look up to the heavens mournfully, unleash a shriek of despair before dropping our heads to the ground and mumbling incoherently about life being terribly unfair. In my case, it’s usually something to do wi...

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Jose Mourinho: Will the Special One end up at Arsenal, Chelsea, City or United?

Its the worst kept secret in football but it looks as though the Special One Jose Mourinho and the Spanish giants Real Madrid will be parting company in the summer, but where will the former Chelsea boss end up? Mourinho has always said he wanted to manage in England again and most English clubs wo...

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Saturday, 15 September 2012

Who will Pep Guardiola manage next?

Pep Guardiola won it all at Barcelona and created one of the greatest teams ever seen. Thirteen trophies in four years is some achievement, but was he a great manager? It could be argued that anyone could win trophies with the tremendous trio of Xavi, Iniesta and Messi in it, but we will soon find o...

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Monday, 23 July 2012

Is this the worst football kit ever?

Players and fans are supposed to wear their shirts with pride, but sometimes the tops are so hideous they make you utterly ashamed. Arsenal fans have complained about their Dennis the Menace away kit, Manchester United supporters have hit out over their new tartan home kit and some Liverpool fans a...

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Sunday, 22 July 2012

Fantasy Football 2012/13 is here

Do you think you can do a better job than the professor Arsene Wenger? Could you out-muscle Mancini at defending title winners Manchester City? Then this is your chance to prove it! Squarefootballs Fantasy Football is back for another season and we want as many participants as possible. Last season...

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Thursday, 28 June 2012

Keane, Ferguson, Mackay or Souness: Who is football's No1 hard man?

These are the men that put the fear factor into football. The men that gave their opponents nightmares. Here we celebrate the top 10 tough-tackling hard men that we all hate to love. 1. Roy Keane Born and raised on a tough estate in Cork, Roy Maurice Keane is the undisputed king of hard men...

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Sunday, 20 May 2012

Arsenal: Where will Robin Van Persie start next season?

Its Groundhog Day as far as Arsenal fans are concerned. For the past decade, every summer has been full of rumours about the future of one of their big names. Patrick Vieira started it all off, then it was Henry, then Fabregas and Nasri, and now Robin Van Persie. Why does Arsene Wenger always put th...

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Tuesday, 24 April 2012

The top 10 dives in football history

Manchester United’s Ashley Young and Chelsea’s Didier Drogba have caused controversy over the past fortnight by diving to win penalties and going down quicker than your average High Street hooker. Ashley Young started it all off by winning a cheap penalty against QPR’s Shaun Derry, when the tough m...

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Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Beckham, Best, Henry or Cantona: Who were the coolest footballers to ever live?

We would all like to be footballers, right? The money, the women, the cars. Oh, and the playing of football. That’s pretty good. But some are cooler than others. Too cool, even. So cool they make everyone else look like silly, awkward, emasculated chumps. So who were the 10 coolest footballers to e...

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Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Outside the Box – Football on TV: An evening of Eurotrash as United make their Channel 5 debut

European football returned to our screens last week as our plucky English clubs once more ventured to the four corners of Europe to mix it up with some of the mightiest names in continental football; goliaths such as Barcelona, Inter and FC Metalist Kharkiv could all be on the horizon. As the week b...

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Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Pirlo Leads Juventus Back To The Serie A Summit

Theres something familiar about the Serie A table just before the Christmas break - Juventus are unbeaten (with this weeks match at Udinese to go) and leading the way. Before the traumas of the Calciopoli betting scandal this was the norm in Serie A. Like it or not (and many wont) Juve are back at t...

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Friday, 16 December 2011

It's the Italian job for Arsenal and Chelsea but who will win the Champions League?

The draw for the quarter-finals of the Champions League draw has just been made and both Arsenal and Chelsea must overcome Italian opposition if they are to lift the coveted trophy. Arsenal reacquaint themselves with AC Milan while Chelsea must see off Napoli, who helped knock Manchester City out of...

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Saturday, 19 November 2011

Reduce the size of the Premier League? You gotta be kidding me

Sometimes you have to wonder whether football is football anymore. Money has become part of our game for a long time now but the fear of how possessive riches will become, and how their grip will most probably tighten even further to strangle out every last penny from our game, is always in th...

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Saturday, 12 November 2011

Stoke City And Greece: Why Should 'Pretty' Success Matter?

The European Championships 2004. Ah, what a tournament. The Greeks told every single one of us that fairy tales can come true. They defeated France and Portugal along the route to triumph and won a major international tournament for the very first time as rank outsiders. Unfortunately, what came...

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Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Manchester United got off lightly: Here's five of the worst results ever

Manchester City rocked the champions at Old Trafford, hitting Fergies men for six, but Hugh Larkin recalls five of the worst beatings of all time. As Chris Pettit reminded us elsewhere on this site - Manchester Citys spectacular 6-1 victory at Old Trafford was the second jaw-dropping scoreline of t...

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Thursday, 20 October 2011

Can any player, including Messi, be considered 'the greatest'?

Ah, the Champions League. Bringer of drama, stopper of dreamers, platform for Ray Wilkins to say ‘my word’ 50 hundred thousand times. And there are other things that are nearly always discussed, certainly when seeing the two dominant Spanish sides play. The great debate has moved from trying to ...

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Tuesday, 04 October 2011

Tevez, Mourinho and Zidane: Why football loves those shocking moments

When sitting down, reclining and watching the football on the TV, there are a few annoying things that one can expect. The first is that we will be subjected to some truly awful punditry and the second is we’ll probably be listening to the brilliant atmosphere – thousands upon thousands of footb...

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Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Who will win the Champions League 2011/12?

Spanish giants Barcelona are attempting to make history this season. In May they destroyed Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United to win the Champions League, but no team has managed to keep hold of the famous trophy since it was renamed 20 years ago. However, the bookies firmly believe Pep Guardiola...

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Wednesday, 07 September 2011

Top 10 bizarre injuries to footballers

Swansea City’s vice-captain Alan Tate is set to miss most of the Swans’ debut season in Premier League after breaking his leg in a freak golfing accident. The versatile defender was a passenger in a golf buggy that lost control and Tate will have to watch the majority of the club’s rollercoaster adv...

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Sunday, 07 August 2011

Will the new season throw up any shocks across Europe's top leagues?

Here we go again ... Its that time of year again. Your club has had some embarrassing/great results in pre-season friendlies and the anticipation builds up as the new season approaches, but what can we expect from the big leagues around Europe? Some countries, of course, have already kicked off, su...

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Sunday, 31 July 2011

Squarefootball's Fantasy football invitation

There is less than two weeks to go until the start of the 2011/12 Premier League season and time is running out for you to enter the Squarefootball fantasy football competition. Last season more than 100 teams competed for the Squarefootball title, which was won by P Oxenby and his team FC Poxo. He...

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Friday, 29 July 2011

Who is your club’s greatest signing?

It is time to dust out the sheepskin coat and training gear with matching initials. Yes we will soon be picking our fantasy football teams. The right signings will determine your chances of becoming the next Ferguson, Mourinho or Hiddnk. The chequebook has certainly assisted those who play for real....

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Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Manchester City: Tevez, Telephones and Tedium

Im not sure whats been worse over the last week or so, the phone hacking scandal or the Tevez transfer saga?Maybe if the News Of The World was still in existence it could report, with its tele-pathic powers, where Tevez will be moving to? If I were a Manchester City fan I would just like to see th...

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Saturday, 23 July 2011

Tevez, Modric, Nasri and co - Quit your moaning!

One of the lessons that I had drilled into me as a youngster is the old adage “asking never gets”. Maybe you too can recall a time when you asked your mum for a Penguin or something and she trotted out some half-cocked lecture about it being polite to wait to be offered blah, blah, blah. Well clearl...

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Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Football in 3D - A new risk to average attendances?

The world has evolved and developed a lot since the 1950s with the invention, evolution and development of everything from bladeless fans to electric cars and high definition broadcasts and beyond, but what have the boffins responsible for 3D been doing for 60 years since its inception? 3D today i...

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Monday, 11 July 2011

Would you like to write for Squarefootball?

Do you live, breathe and sleep football? Do you have a passion for writing and want your views to be read by a potential audience of millions? Then we at Squarefootball Towers would love to hear from you. Whether you follow Aberdeen or Accrington Stanley, West Ham United or Wolfsburg, we can offer ...

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Thursday, 11 November 2010

Tottenham reach end of ‘that’ ten year cycle…

Bournemouth F.C. escaped dropping out of the football league in 1993, the man responsible for this was Harry Redknapp. This same squad also shocked Manchester Utd in the FA cup that season by converting the holders into also-rans. Tottenham were considered more a cup team before Redknapp took charg...

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Friday, 21 May 2010

Our opinions on how the Inter vs Bayern Munich CL Final will go

The Champions' League final is bereft of either an English or a Spanish team for only the third time in a decade; in the last ten seasons there have been six Spanish finalists (Valencia x 2, Real Madrid x 2, Barcelona x 2) and six English finalists (Manchester United x 2, Liverpool x 2, Chelsea, Ars...

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Wednesday, 07 April 2010

Champions' League turns back into the European Cup

Given the dominance of English teams in recent years, and in their turn the Spanish teams and Italian teams before them, the Champions' League has been a curious competition for a few years. It has become less about which is the strongest team, it has been more about which team from the strongest l...

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Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Will the summer swapsies of Eto'o for Ibrahimovic bite Barcelona tonight?

There is always a group of death. Pick a series of at least 4 mini-leagues using the fairest system you can dream up (that simultaneously helps all the richest clubs from the richest footballing leagues) and one will always look nasty. But enough of Group A, where Bayern Munich look likely to be e...

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Saturday, 01 August 2009

Squarefootball's fantasy football challenge

Do you see yourself as the next Sir Alex Ferguson or Arsene Wenger? Do you think you can pick a better team than Harry Redknapp or Rafa Benitez? Brilliant, then why don’t you join us in competing for the coveted Squarefootball fantasy league crown? For the past few years we at Squarefootball towers...

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Thursday, 18 June 2009

Arsenal: Would you sell Van Persie now?

Arsenal fans will have woken up to the back pages of the newspapers this morning to find one of their star players, Robin Van Persie, being lined up with a move to rivals Manchester United. This sort of Press speculation surrounding Arsenal players isn’t anything new, after all every summer Arsenal’...

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Tuesday, 24 February 2009

Champions League Preview: Inter Milan vs Manchester United

The last time that Jose Mourinho took a team to Old Trafford in the Champions' League his Porto side eventually prevailed with a late free-kick at Old Trafford that cancelled out United's away goal in Portugal and nullified United's lead on the night. That Paul Scholes had a goal incorrectly ruled ...

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Man United’s Quintuplet assault – Better squad than 1999?

Ten years ago in 1999 Sir Alex Ferguson masterminded a Manchester United treble winning team. Barring replays, United are potentially 23 games away from a outstanding quintuplet of trophies in 2009.As time goes by this season, with the possibility of Utd achieving this mammoth feat, comparisons will...

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Sunday, 24 August 2008

Game of the week: Sampdoria versus Inter Milan

The Serie A season gets under way next weekend and despite the poor performance of the world champions at Euro 2008, optimism is slowly returning to the Italian game after the summer arrival of two big name personalities. On the pitch, Ronaldinho's signing by AC Milan has seen a surge in season tic...

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Tuesday, 08 July 2008

Lampard, Ronaldo, Arshavin and Adebayor Moves Could All Hit The Buffers

Maybe it was the intervention of Euro 2008- or possibly the unprecedented all-English Champions League Final- but summer 2008 began with a cascade of speculation about multi-million pound stellar moves. While we all enjoyed the Euro spectacle, the close of that competition has ended the 'phoney war...

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Monday, 02 June 2008

So Who Does Jose Mourinho Want From Chelsea?

Now that Jose Mourinho has been confirmed as Inter Milan coach, the guessing game about his intentions can shift up a notch. The Sun moved in this morning by suggesting that Michael Essien would be target Number One. The name of Essien might have come as a surprise to Stamford Bridge fans; up to no...

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Tuesday, 20 May 2008

Forget Ibrahimovic, Julio Cesar is Inter’s Real Hero

The headlines were, inevitably, all about Zlatan Ibrahimovic. His two goals, scored after coming on as a substitute having spent the past two months recovering from an injury, were the ones that gave Inter the league title. They also made him the obvious centre of attention of a side that had limped...

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Monday, 12 May 2008

Inter Milan Feel The Pressure in Serie A Title Race

There was a time in this campaign when Inter Milan were progressing serenely to a third scudetto in a row and a possible tilt at the Champions League crown in Moscow. It all looks a bit different now. Liverpool put paid to any European ambitions and since their exit at the hands of the Reds, Inter ...

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Monday, 10 September 2007

4796: Champions League preview: Grou

by : Antony Melvin On the face of things Inter Milan have struck rather lucky in Group G and will be expected to qualify easily. PSV remain a good footballing side but as their best players are taken away each season they act as more of a showcase than a genuine threat; Moscow is always a tough ci...

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Friday, 29 June 2007

4629: Serie A: Torn Between Two Club

by : Paul Grech It was the perfect crime, done in the middle of the night by those least suspected. For weeks, David Suazo looked set to join Inter. He had already agreed personal terms and a fee had been agreed in principle between the two clubs. All that remained was for some loose ends needed...

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Friday, 08 September 2006

3611: Serie A Preview: Inter face pr

by : Danny Pugsley The Serie A season gets underway this weekend, and will do so both against the backdrop the National side bringing home the World Cup, but also the hangover of the Calciopoli trial which saw several high ranking figures and referees suspended, high profile teams hit with a points...

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Thursday, 23 June 2005

2123: Serie A: Meaningless Success S

by : Paul Grech As cup competitions go, the Coppa Italia generates the same kind of interest that Arsene Wenger has in the League Cup. Only that the dislike is on a much larger scale. With participation being open only to clubs in the top two flights of Italian football, the possibility of surp...

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Saturday, 25 September 2004

1079: SERIE A: Adriano - Inter Milan

by : Marc Harvey With six of his team’s nine goals this season, Roberto Mancini’s first choice striker has a strong claim as the current World’s best goalscorer – not that it’s going to Adriano’s head. Not much. After each of his left-footed Champions League goals for Inter Milan in the San Siro l...

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