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RVP and Januzaj deserve time

Manchester United 47 minutes ago
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Man Utd fans wrong to write off Van Persie and Januzaj despite concerns

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal still thinks his team can win the Premier League despite being ten points behind Premier League leaders, Chelsea.

When Manchester United were first linked with signing Robin van Persie from Arsenal in the summer of 2012, the fans were fairly dismissive.

United very rarely signed players who were already at their peak, so Van Persie -- having won the Golden Boot in the previous season as well as being named the PFA and FWA Player of the Year -- certainly wasn't their usual type.

Having just lost the title on goal difference to Manchester City, United were in need of something special, though, and the supporters...

57 minutes ago

Luis Enrique happy for Barcelona to deviate from Ajax-inspired model

Barcelona's head coach, Luis Enrique, was pleased with their performance in the 3-1 win over Ajax in the UEFA Champions League.

Luis Enrique happy for Barça to deviate from Ajax-inspired model in quest for success FC Barcelona may have been founded in 1899, but it isn't unreasonable to say that the Barça the world knows was only really born when the Dutch first landed at the club. Rinus Michels, Louis van Gaal, Frank Rijkaard and above all, Johan Cruyff left lasting marks on the club over the course of four decades, planting a seed from their own Northern European football culture on the Iberian Peninsula then nurturing...

about an hour ago

Bayern Munich poke fun at West Brom's Fellaini gaffe with Twitter quip

As you may recall, West Brom Tweeted themselves into a cul-de-sac on Monday night when the club's social media team aimed a jibe at Manchester United substitute Marouane Fellaini as he prepared to enter the fray at half-time, only for the fuzzy Belgian to score a spectacular(ish) equalising goal shortly after coming on.

Sadly for West Brom, it...

 By Tom Marshall
2 hours ago

Cup humiliation the latest sorry chapter in Chivas' desperate campaign

Kristian Alvarez (centre) leaves the field in despair after Chivas' humiliation at Santos Laguna in the Copa MX on Tuesday.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- I've always tended to lean on the positive side of the debate when covering Chivas.

Not one for being a doom-monger, I've seen the glass as being half-full rather than half-empty when it comes to the storied Mexican institution picking up and moving away from relegation, at least until now. It always seemed that things couldn't get worse for the club. And then something bad has tended to happen.

Chivas' 5-0 loss away to Santos Laguna on Tuesday in the quarterfinal of the Copa...

 By Chris Wright
2 hours ago

West Ham's Andy Carroll beat 200 entrants to become a model for H&M

Andy Carroll has taken part in an advertising campaign for clothing company H&M.

He's not the first name that springs to mind when modelling is concerned but it would appear that West Ham striker Andy Carroll has landed the gig as the face (and ponytail) of H&M's new Alexander Wang fashion campaign.

Seemingly stuck for ways to fill his time as he continues to recover from yet another injury set-back, Carroll reportedly saw off 200 other candidates to land the Wang campaign -- his first assignment since signing for London-based agency Select Models (who also boast Aaron Ramsey...

4 hours ago

Liverpool vs. Real Madrid: Head to head

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti continued his praise for Cristiano Ronaldo who is currently on a goal-scoring tear.

They are two of the most successful clubs in Champions League history, and while 10-time winners Real Madrid may easily beat Liverpool's five European Cups, it is the Anfield club that have dominated their meetings.

Of their three fixtures against each other, Liverpool have won every single one, and by an aggregate of 6-0. They have beaten Real by big margins and on the biggest stage, having claimed the 1981 European Cup final between the two 1-0, and then slaughtered the Spaniards 4-0 in the 2009...