Archive | 2012

Fantasy Football – Gameweek 21

I was busy searching for Fantasy Football tips for Gameweek 21; was nearly tempted to write one myself however since I am currently 21st in my league I decided not too. Thankfully our reliable friends at Fantasy Yirma just published thier tips for GW 21. Enjoy! Gameweek 21 preview: Juan to make Matas worse for QPR? […]

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RvP – Who is Tchuna?

When Robin van Persie scored this weekend against WBA he revealed a message “RIP Tchuna. We Will Never Forget.” Twitter and other social media initially thought that Tchuna is the name of the Indian girl who died in Singapore after being gang-raped in Delhi (may she rest in peace). Her name has been circulated in […]

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A Fantasy Premier League Mid-Season Review

Never Captain Nicky Butt gives his best XI in terms of Fantasy Football. Since it’s the end of the year, it’s only fair that we present to you our midseason Fantasy Premier League Best XI. These aren’t perhaps the eleven best Premier League players “in real life,” but these are certainly those that pertain to […]

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Is it time for Pato to move on?

The end is near. After years of promise, disappointment and then frustration tinted with sadness in failing to live up to expectation, Alexandre Pato’s journey with Milan looks to be drawing to a close. On Wednesday, La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed that a 15-million euro deal was all but agreed to, with Milan CEO Adriano […]

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Match Report: Man United vs WBA

TKTG brings together the best articles from around the web on Manchester United’s 2-0 won over West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford.   Match Report:  BBC Sport Manchester United will start 2013 with a seven-point lead at the top of the Premier League table after a hard-earned win over West Bromwich Albion. Gareth McAuley deflected […]

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Lessons from Germany

The resurgence of German soccer began, like the country’s economic comeback, after a long slide toward stagnation amid dire prophecies of impending irrelevance. The sick man of Europe, as Germany was known a decade ago, could as easily have been called the sick man of soccer. After a disastrous European Championships in 2000 when the […]

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TKTG’s UEFA.COM Team of the Year’s Team of the Year nominees have been finalized and voting is under way. We at TKTG have decided to cast our vote too by coming up with our own best XI. We first went through the list of nominees for each position, and then the opinion of each TKTG author on what formation to […]

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Fantasy Football – Gameweek 20

It’s a great time to be an EPL football fan, with games taking place every couple of days. And as fantasy managers, although it’s getting tough to keep up, this is what we live for!  Like us, our friends over at Fantasy Yirma never tire and once again they’ve generously provided their picks for Gameweek […]

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The £205m Messi bid

An unidentified Russian club triggered the Argentinian wizard’s automatic release clause and would pay him £24m a year after tax, according to a Spanish report. The astronomical offer, which would have more than doubled the current world record transfer fee, triggered Messi’s automatic release clause – meaning Barca were contractually obliged to accept it. However, […]

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Match Report: Man United vs Newcastle United

TKTG brings together all the best articles around the web on the 4-3 win by Manchester United over Newcastle United at Old Trafford.   Match Report:  BBC Sport Manchester United extended their Premier League lead to seven points with a thrilling win over Newcastle. James Perch pounced from close range to give the Magpies an […]

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