The USA's Rising Stars Of 2014

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The USA's Rising Stars Of 2014

The 2014 calendar year was an especially good one for a select number of American players who saw their stock rise considerably, says Ives Galarcep.

Midfield Engine Powering Chelsea

England

Midfield Engine Powering Chelsea

Cesc Fabregas and Nemanja Matic complement each other perfectly and are powering Chelsea towards a genuine tilt at four trophies this season.

Opta's Boxing Day in Numbers

England

Opta's Boxing Day in Numbers

Wayne Rooney now has 12 goals and seven assists in 19 league appearances against Newcastle, while Manchester City has set a new club record.

Introducing Draft11.com

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Introducing Draft11.com

Draft11.com allows fans to get involved in fantasy football on their terms, competing in free or paid games accompanied with real time statistics.

Giroud Puts Pressure On Sanchez

England

Giroud Puts Pressure On Sanchez

Facing a three-game suspension after his silly Boxing Day red card, Olivier Giroud has piled even more pressure on Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez.

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Transfer talk

Cerci delaying Torres' move to Atletico
Alessio Cerci is delaying Fernando Torres' move to Atletico Madrid. A swap deal involving the two players has been agreed but the winger is stalling as he wants to move to Inter rather than AC Milan.
Source:
Daily Mail
Arsenal offers Sanogo to Inter
Arsenal has offered Inter the chance to take Yaya Sanogo on loan for the rest of the season. Roberto Mancini's men could sign the forward on a temporary basis with a view to a permanent deal.
Source:
Daily Express
Marin to return to Chelsea
Marko Marin is set to rejoin Chelsea in January following his loan spell at Fiorentina. The 16-time German international has failed to start a single Serie A game for the Italians, appearing just four times in the Europa League.
Source:
Gazzetta dello Sport

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