Archive | August, 2012

Transfer Window: Deadline Day!

The final and decisive day of the summer transfer window is finally upon us and you can be sure that there will be a lot of action in the form of wild rumours, hectic negotiations and eleventh-hour deals. As your one-stop-source to all things football, TKTG has brought you the best links so that you […]

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Fantasy Football – Week 3

As we approach the final round of premier league action, before the international break, our resident Fantasy Football expert gives his verdict on how the weekend will turn out. Before we dive into that though, it is important to take a quick look at the major talking points from last week. 1, Rooney’s injury – […]

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The Bosman Legacy

Until 1995, players were completely at the mercy of their clubs and shuddered at the thought that their employer might no longer see any use for them when their contracts were up but would refuse to sell them to a competitor, as happened to Bosman. Clubs could jerk even their best players around as they […]

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Blame Messi for Chelsea’s Bliss (Humour)

It’s all Leo Messi’s fault.  The magical one, as prolific a scorer as has ever worn blue cleats, could have ended the problems before they began. But when faced with his God-given duty to save the world from the horror that is Chelsea dominance, he crashed his penalty kick off the bar in the 2012 […]

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Transfer Window: Desperate Dimitar & Co.

With barely a couple of days left before the close of the transfer window, want-away stars like Robin Van Persie and Luka Modric have managed to make moves to take their careers to a higher level but there are still many players in the EPL who are longing for a change in scenery. Matt Stanger […]

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What now for Spurs?

Finally, this summer’s most protracted transfer saga has come to an end. Spurs have announced that they had reached an agreement with Real Madrid over the transfer of Luka Modric. The fee has been quoted to be around £33 million, which ensures that Tottenham and AVB in particular have a significant amount of money to […]

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The challenge for City

“It can creep up on you when you don’t even realise. One moment, you are cracking open the champagne and celebrating a historic title. Six months later you’re still talking about that same memorable victory, watching the repeats of Sergio Agüero’s goal, while the game is moving on, your rivals have stolen a march on […]

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Trouble at the top – La Liga

“And so, after two weeks of La Liga, we have the usual scene. Barcelona and a team from Madrid at the top, only the latter are Rayo Vallecano, the team from the ‘hood who have won their two opening games and are threatening to be this season’s Levante. Their cult-hero striker Michu is now the […]

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Arsenal Interviews – Giroud, Cazorla, Ox Chamberlain

In the last few days a number of Arsenal players have been interviewed by various members of the press. We bring you the best three – Ox Chamberlain, Santi Cazorla and Olivier Giroud. Oxlade-Chamberlain who is on the FIFA 13 cover is interviewed by John Cross. “I think everyone likes to say they would like […]

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Suarez Interview: a PR Strategy?

If reading the Saturday papers has given you a troubling sense of deja vu, don’t worry — you’re not losing your mind. You’ve probably just read some of the many Luis Suarez interviews that ran in various major newspapers all on the same day, containing some very similar points. There have been accusations that Luis […]

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