Archive | July, 2012

Fantasy Premier League Guide: Goalkeepers

With the start of the premiership in a few weeks time; To Know The Game will bring its readers an in depth coverage of the best fantasy articles from around the web. Fantasy Football Scout looks at a very crucial but often overlooked player in the game – the goalie.

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Rodgers outlines his Liverpool plans

Brendan Rodgers has presented Liverpool’s owners with a 180 page dossier that forensically details his vision for transforming the club’s fortunes. After he was brought into succeed Kenny Dalglish in June, Rodgers met with John W Henry, the principal figure in Fenway Sports Group, to discuss his strategy and footballing ideologies; that meeting provided Henry […]

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Who Could Improve The Top Eight?

 All targets are based on a specific area of each team that needs improvement, and are players that could make a significant difference to each side. They are also realistic targets, otherwise we’d just stick Leo Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in every team. Continue reading how Nick Miller feels the top 8 clubs can be […]

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Talent equals Success. Or does it?

If you were wondering where that godawful music is coming from, it’s the soundtrack to the latest Lucas Moura highlights reel on YouTube that has Manchester United fans glued to the screen. But unlike the immediately acquired knowledge that Basshunter was sent to this earth to poison our ears and, in severe cases, induce comas, […]

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Bayern Munich Can’t Quit Its Dutch Diva

A slightly lengthy article in the German newspaper Der Speigel on the lows and highs of Arjen Robben with Bayern Munch. The Germans don’t like the Dutch very much however the articles sums up the relationship between Arjen Robben and German football fans. ” With his enormous ego and bad attitude, footballer Arjen Robben is an imposition […]

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Premiership clubs ranked by summer transfers

In the first of a regular summer feature, Miguel Delaney ranks the 20 top English clubs on the basis of their transfer activity Note: ranking is based on how much teams have improved/declined relative to last season, not on overall quality Continue reading here.

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Is the Arsenal No 9 Shirt A Curse?

Jersey numbers are meant to be on-field designation for players but overtime, some numbers have become branded special and players that puts on such numbers are seen as stars regardless of the position been played. Those numbers are 1 for the top keeper, 5 for the central and dependable defender, 10, creative hub of the […]

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The Brazilian hits and misses in the Premier League

  With the news of Chelsea’s acquisition of Oscar, rumours  surrounding Man Utd’s capture of Lucas Moura as well as the presence of other Brazilians such as Ramires, David Luiz and Lucas Leiva, it appears that come the start of the season we may have at least half a dozen Samba loving South American stars […]

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How United, City and Chelsea compare ahead of 2012/13 season

With Manchester United and Chelsea already splashing the cash and Manchester City certain to add to their Premier League title-winning squad, it looks like being a three-horse race to be crowned champions this season. Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini are locked in a battle for Arsenal’s Robin van Persie, while United are also closing […]

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Spurs slam Bale critics

Sky Sports report on Gareth Bale withdrawing at the last minute from representing Team GB at London 2012

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