Sutton United’s dream comes to an end

February 21, 2017

Sutton United had its magical run in the FA Cup ended last night at the hands of Premier League side Arsenal, 2-0. As you can tell by the score line, it was not easy for the Gooners to crack a very stingy Sutton side. The two Arsenal goals were scored by Lucas Perez and Theo Walcott, the latter of the two notched his 100th goal as an Arsenal man. Congrats,…

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How to fix the All-Star festivities

February 20, 2017

Saturday’s NBA festivities had its ups and downs just like every All-Star Weekend. The skills competition was fascinating to watch, especially the big men, who got the better of the guards. The three point contest was also captivating as it went to an overtime. The dunk contest was…well, the dunk contest-very disappointing with almost every contestant needing more than one attempt to land their respective dunk.   There is still…

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Under the Radar in Africa

January 14, 2017

One of the most underrated football tournaments gets underway today-African Cup of Nations. This year, like many others in the past, features some of the best African talent from around the planet. The usually suspects are all there-Aubameyang, Mahrez, Mane, Aurier-but the supporting cast, or the “less known” players are also very important.   Here are five I think you should keep your eye on     Guelor Kanga, Red…

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One for the future: Manuel Locatelli

December 11, 2016

While most 18-20 year olds spend time on loan at various smaller clubs, so to say, AC Milan’s Manuel Locatelli has been given a chance with the first team and he has not disappointed.   Locatelli got his first start for Milan in the final match of the 2015/2016 season. Milan lost 3:1 on that day, but it was a big moment for the 18 year old wonderkid. Milan currently…

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Looking for a new home

November 27, 2016

Branislava Ivanovic, Chelsea-Ivanovic has been one of the most heavily relied upon right backs in the world for the last eight years, but it looks like his days are numbered in London. Due to a formation change under new boss Antonio Conte, Ivanovic has not seen much of the pitch in the last two months. Even though he lacks the speed he once had, Ivanovic is still a serviceable back…

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Another major tournament for Serbia’s youth

November 24, 2016

  Serbia is off to the U-21 Euros which will be held in Poland in 2017. The Young Eagles continue Serbia’s impressive run at the U-21 level, as they have qualified for six of the last eight Euros to take place. It was a hard fought battle through two legs versus a solid Norwegian side that gave Serbia all that they can handle in the two matches. Serbia ended up…

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NBA rapid fire

October 25, 2016

  NBA rapid fire. 30 teams, quick predictions. Let’s gooo! Atlanta Hawks-if they can get the Howard of old, Hawks could be a dangerous team in the east. Bench play will be crucial throughout the season.   Boston Celtics-the combination of Thomas and Horford will work out great for the Celtics. Look out for rookie Jaylen Brown, who could have a great first season in Boston.   Brooklyn Nets-Brook Lopez…

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Serbs in the NBA: Jokic to breakout in a big way

October 23, 2016

Long gone are the days when Divac and Stojakovic would represent Serbia at the highest level of basketball in the NBA. Since their retirements, Serbia has struggled putting out talent that could compete with the best basketball players from around the world.   To be fair, Nenad Krstic did have a pretty solid NBA career that lasted seven years.  He was a pretty big piece when he played for the…

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NBA Preview: Will the Timberwolves surprise this season?

October 12, 2016

The NBA season is only two weeks away and a lot has changed this off-season. Kevin Durant has made the Golden State Warriors even better, but it came at a price because he has now become the villain in Oklahoma City. The Boston Celtics added Al Horford as they continue their climb to the top of the East, while the Chicago Bulls added Dwyane Wade along with Rajon Rondo in…

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Strikers need their confidence back

October 5, 2016

Serbia will get its World Cup qualifying campaign back on track tomorrow as they take on minnows Moldova and then Austria on Sunday. In Serbia’s first match, they only managed a tie versus a solid, but very defensively minded Republic of Ireland side.   Anything but the full three points versus Moldova tomorrow will be a huge letdown.   Will the strikers finally come back to life? Aleksandar Mitrovic, Nikola…

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