Archive | September 22, 2012

Afghan Premier League a hit with fans

    Afghans have been glued to their TV sets this week watching the start of their country’s first-ever football league season. It may be a long way from the standards of European football leagues, but the newly created Roshan Afghan Premier League has generated huge excitement and turned people across the country into football […]

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Fantasy Football – Week 5

The first rounds of the Champions League and Europa League group stages are behind us and we now look forward to this weekend’s Premier League action. At TKTG we have studied the squads and match-ups to bring you our Fantasy Football picks for the week. Remember to join our league at the official game using […]

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Secret Footballer – Depression in the Premier League

CNN asked “The Secret Footballer” to write a column about his experience of depression in football. – Up until that point, I had been in search of some perspective to life, a meaning, if you like, and I felt that it wasn’t far away. I still continued to look for these little insights into life […]

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La Liga could kill itself

Spanish football must change course drastically or it will “kill itself” within five years, according to Jose Maria Gay de Liebana, Spain’s most prominent football economist. Gay de Liebana, an economics professor at the Universidad de Barcelona has the following to say: – La Liga’s clubs were increasing their revenues but not quickly enough to […]

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