How it could have gone differently. You could say 2012 was Arjen Robben heading towards the twilight of his career. Not only did he miss crucial penalties in the finals of the German Cup and the Champions League which Bayern Munich went on to lose but it only added to the disappointment of 2010 where Robben went missing in another Champions League final while he also missed a golden opportunity to help Holland win the World Cup in the final. The scene of him moodily leaving the pitch during Germany’s eventual 2-1 win over Holland in Euro 2012 was symbolic…

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With the World Cup soon to kick off in just over two months, rather than looking at the favourites, let’s take a look at three of the dark horses in the competition who could end up surprising everyone and going far in the tournament, maybe even winning the whole thing in Brazil if things go their way. Belgium Without doubt, the most popular dark horses, Belgium are seen as one of the genuine teams who could shock some of the favourites this summer. Taking part in the World Cup in what is seen as their golden era with the likes…

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Fulham 2 – 3 Liverpool It seems that at every single twist and turn, this Premier League season flatly refuses to stick to the script. Liverpool visited Craven Cottage on a storm-wracked February evening just days after ripping a gaping hole in the side of then-league leaders Arsenal’s title challenge with a 5-1 drubbing at Anfield. Meanwhile, Fulham sat rock bottom of the table, in spite of a thrilling 2-2 draw with Manchester United over the weekend. Surely Liverpool would have it all their own way? As a matter of fact, they were lucky to escape with three points in…

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Jose Mourinho admits his Chelsea squad isn’t perfect but says he is determined to build towards the future at Stamford Bridge. The Portuguese boss returned to West London in the summer, bringing a number of big names in with him such as Andre Schurrle, Willian and Samuel Eto’o but they have at times struggled to gel and suffered their third league defeat of the campaign at Stoke on Saturday. Chelsea are now out to 4/1 with the likes of Paddy Power to win the Premier League. Part of the problem has been down to Mourinho’s inconsistent selection, with him appearing…

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Did you watch Real Madrid – Juventus today? Check out this penalty appeal from one of the best midfielders in the world – Vidal. Penalty right?

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David Moyes’ future as Manchester United manager looks increasingly uncertain after another placid display at the weekend saw them drop further away from the title race. Adam Lallana’s 89th minute goal earned Southampton a deserved 1-1 draw at Old Trafford on Saturday, stunning a United crowd so used to watching their side see out games. Since Sir Alex Ferguson left the managerial post, United have suffered a downturn in performances and results, having won just five of 11 in all competitions this campaign, and the pressure on Moyes’ future is now mounting. The former Everton boss admitted there’s a fear…

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Everton boss, Roberto Martinez, has allayed fears that Darron Gibson’s season is over after the midfielder damaged his anterior cruciate ligament during the Republic of Ireland’s World Cup qualifier against Kazakhstan. It was originally thought that the 25-year-old former Manchester United star’s injury was so severe that he would be facing a nine-month lay-off, but Martinez is hopeful that Gibson will still have a part to play in Everton’s campaign. The former Swansea City and Wigan Athletic manager said: “I was expecting the worst but after the scans we are really positive now. “It is an anterior cruciate ligament but…

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