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  • Van Persie makes move from Arsenal to Manchester
    Aug 19 2012

    Van Persie makes move from Arsenal to Manchester

    Shelling out a whopping £22 million for the star striker of Holland, Manchester United now employs one of the most lethal goal scorers in European football. At 29, Van Persie has received footballer of the year twice now and is considered a student of the game, as he reviews every match and diligently takes steps

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  • New Contract for Mario Balotelli, while Ibrahim Afellay Says No to Liverpool
    Aug 19 2012

    New Contract for Mario Balotelli, while Ibrahim Afellay Says No to Liverpool

    Transfer Rumors: Manchester United does not settle for Robin Van Persie alone, and Alex Ferguson is expected make another offer to Leighton Baines Everton after the Red Devils game at Goodison Park tomorrow. Meanwhile, the City will make another attempt at signing Roberto Mancini’s number 1 goal, Daniele De Rossi, with an offer of €40

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  • Head of Activision Blames Zynga for Ruining Gaming
    Aug 19 2012

    Head of Activision Blames Zynga for Ruining Gaming

    Things appear to be getting worse and worse for Zynga, one of the leading online social game developers.  Most recently, the co-founder of Activision and Pitfall! Creator, David Crane, has claimed that Zynga is responsible for giving casual games a bad name. In an interview with GameInformer Crane said that casual games were extremely popular

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  • La Liga set to begin as Planned this Weekend
    Aug 19 2012

    La Liga set to begin as Planned this Weekend

    Despite arguments between clubs over concerning TV rights ownership issues, La Liga will begin games as scheduled beginning this weekend. Real Madrid and Barcelona, perhaps two of the most notable football clubs in the world, are forecasted to dominate the league once again. He Two teams finished at least 30 points over third place finisher

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  • Massive Turnover for Bookies Over Olympic Games
    Aug 19 2012

    Massive Turnover for Bookies Over Olympic Games

    Prior to the London Olympic Games UK bookmakers were being cautious over estimates of how much money would be spent over the event.  Leading bookmakers such as William Hill and Ladbrokes repeatedly said that there was never much betting action at the Olympics and that they weren’t expecting much. However, since the games finished it

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