Monthly Archives: July 2013

Prospects

Prospects: Suso

Suso, 19, attacking midfielder, Almeria (on loan from Liverpool) and Spain

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Collection

Barcelona 1998/99 home by Nike

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Spain

No Negredo, no Navas, no problem for Sevilla.

Next season will see Sevilla line-up without the influence of Jesus Navas who had been with the club for ten years, it will be without the goals of Alvaro Negredo who’s been their highest goal-scorer since joining the club 4 years ago and they will be under the guidance of a newish manager in Unai Emery, for me, they will do just fine, in fact, I’d say it now, they’ll do better than last season.

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Prospects

Prospects: Sam Byram

Sam Byram, 19, Defender, Leeds United and England

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Spain

Anims Tito

After suffering a relapse in his fight against throat cancer Tito Vilanova has stepped down from his role as head coach of Barcelona. Having returned to the club earlier this year after missing two months of last season (after another relapse) there was hope that the worst was behind him.

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England

Arsenal's patience may cost them Higuain

An old adage of the transfer window suggests teams and managers should try to do their business as early and as quickly as possible. It is perhaps something of a ridiculed football cliché, yet it may be the summer transfer window of 2013 that proves it still holds plenty of truth. A lack of urgency could be what stops Arsenal from securing the signature of the much-coveted Gonzalo Higuain.

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Spain

Atletico Madrid continuing their excellent striking business

In the last 15 years Atletico Madrid have had a beautiful habit of replacing great strikers with other great strikers and with them signing another forward in the summer transfer window it doesn’t seem like that habit is stopping.

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Prospects

Prospects: Jack McInerney

Jack McInerney, 20, Forward, Philadelphia Union and USA

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South Africa 2010 World Cup home by adidas

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England

Spurs must follow their club motto

For the first time in a number of years the Premier League appears to have lost a certain air of inevitability. With the top three clubs all replacing their managers, there is a genuine feel of uncertainty about the coming season. Having missed out on a Champions League place at the end of last season, Tottenham Hotspur should be relishing the challenges ahead.

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