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soccer kits 2016

A great football (soccer) team deserves a great kit (jersey) but just because you deserve something doesn’t always mean you will get it. Sometimes great teams get terrible kits or terrible teams get great kits. Here are some football kits that will leave you saying “no, no, no!” as well as some that will leave you saying “goal!!!” Check out  the best and worst new football kits 2016. The Worst While the the football kits of the team’s in this years Euro Cup (as seen in the infographic) don’t all have great kits; they are no wear near some of the worst of…

Love watching sports to the point of knowing random bits of trivia about the players involved? If so, you might be looking to get into fantasy sports. To do this, you’ll want to sign up on any one of many daily fantasy sport websites. Once you find one to your liking, just enter the draftkings tv promo code and you’ll get plenty of bonus cashola to use to make a buttload of money pressing your knowledge advantage against those that are just casual fans. With that in mind, here are some of the most popular sports that people use to…

The rapid advances in technology in recent years have ensured that it’s never been easier to keep up to date with what’s going in the world. For sports fans, in particular, the proliferation of apps has allowed them to stay constantly updated with issues affecting their favorite team or their favorite sport. There’s no longer the need to wait until you’re home for the latest sports bulletin on the TV or for the paper to drop on the mat the next morning to find out if the New York Red Bulls beat New York City FC. You now have instant access…

Betting has been a big part of football in the UK for many years, with thousands of fans regularly cranking up the excitement of the weekend’s action with a wager or two. With the Premier League set to be dominated by the big four of Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United again next season, many fans will struggle to find attractive odds that will tempt them to part with their hard-earned cash in the 2015/16 season. by edwin.11 Last season, Chelsea were a shoo-in for the title from a relatively early stage, and few would have argued at the…

 The 2014-2015 domestic soccer season in England will be memorable for some notable moments and one or two truly amazing games. In the year that marked the 30th anniversary of the worst year in their history, plucky little Bradford City’s amazing turnaround from 2-0 down to win 4-2 at Chelsea in the fourth round of the FA Cup was pretty special. That incredible play-off game between Sheffield United and Swindon that finished 5-5, with Swindon going through 7-6 on aggregate, was a bit of a show stopper as well. But the drama and the goalscoring feats that were what made those games such…

The 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympics in China were a seen as a huge success for Team GB with a haul of 24 medals, but which British youngsters will we be seeing with Olympic honours in Rio 2016? JESSICA FULLALOVE, 18 (SWIMMING) Jessica Fullalove has her standards set high. She believes that she can be the female equivalent to Michael Phelps and the “Usain Bolt of the pool”. With three silver medals at the Youth Olympics in Nanjing and a senior Commonwealth appearance under her belt, no one is ruling out Jessica’s potential. The 18 year old from Oldham is already…