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Archive for July, 2010
On Saturday evening, Zenit St. Petersburg continued their unstoppable march towards the Russian title.
Day three, and Kevin previews Tottenham Hotspurs’ season as they aim to repeat last season’s top four finish.
It has been an emotional week for Spanish giants Real Madrid as two of the club’s favourite sons left the Bernabeu and headed for pastures new.
It has been an arguably low-key summer for Spanish clubs in terms of transfer movement, with the most talked-about move being one that looks unlikely to actually take place. Regardless of where Cesc Fabregas ends up playing his football for the forthcoming season, though, there have been plenty of moves worth reading up on. Here is Backpage Football’s guide to the switches so far…
In the second edition of our Season Preview series, Kevin Coleman takes a look at newly -promoted Newcastle Utd who return to the Premier League after a year in Championship exile.
With the Premier League season kicking off in twenty-one days time, the summer’s World Cup is already a distant memory. And we turn our focus to club football again, as Kevin Coleman previews each Premier League team every day up until the first day of the season.
Eliot Rothwell takes note of the sizeable squad at Manchester City’s disposal as they chase some silverware.
After three difficult years at Arsenal, which included one of the most horrific leg breaks seen in the league, Eduardo da Silva has left to join Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk.
Back Page Football takes a look at some of the best kits that will be on show next season.