2016/17 UEFA Champions League Groups

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Above are the 2016/17 UEFA Champions League groups.


The 2016/17 UEFA Champions League Begins

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2016 Summer Transfers

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The 2016 summer transfer window has officially closed. This post will inform you on all the biggest moves that occured. Paul Pogba returned to his former club, Manchester United from Juventus for a world record fee of 105 million Euros! Manchester United seemed to be the big spenders this year, also signing former Villereal center-back Eric Bailly for 38 million Euros, Dortmund’s Henrikh Mkhitaryan for 42 million, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic (PSG) on a free transfer! United weren’t the only big spenders in Manchester though. City bolstered their squad with names such as John Stones (55 million from Everton), Claudio Bravo (18 million from Barcelona), and Leroy Sane (50 million from Schalke), making them a formidable oppent for Jose Mourinho’s Reds (Manchester United). It will be interesting to see how both sides fare this year in the EPL. Fellow Premier League club Chelsea signed Michy Batshuayi for 39 million from Marsielle and N’Golo Kanté for 35 million from last year’s champions, Leicester. Sadio Mane (formerly at Southampton) joined Liverpool for 41 million, Granit Xhaka (formerly at Gladbach) joined Arsenal for 45 million, and Moussa Sissoko (formerly at Newcastle) joined Tottenham for 35 million. Over in Serie A, Jueventus purchased Gonzalo Higuaín from Napoli for a fee of 90 million Euros as well as Pjanic from Roma for 32 million. Mats Hummels transfered from Dortmund to their rivals, Bayern Munich for 35 million. Alvaro Morata returned to Real Madrid from Jueventus for 30 million Euros. Well, I hope that you are a little caught up on all the 2016 summer window transfers. For a more complete list click on the word transfers.

English Premier League, Match Day 3

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Here is a brief recap of the EPL matches that took place on match day three. Tottenham and Liverpool drew, 1-1. Middlesbourough and West Brom also drew, 0-0.  Chelsea crushed newly promoted Burnley, 3-0. Scott Dann’s stoppage time goal salvaged a point for Crystal Palace against Bournemouth (the final score was 1-1). Stoke fell 1-0 to Everton. Leicester beat Swansea 2-1. Southampton and Sunderland battled to a 1-1 tie. Arsenal secured their first three points of the season with a 3-1 win against Watford. Manchester United just edged Hull City, 1-0.  Raheem Sterling’s brace helped Manchester City to a 3-1 victory over West Ham. Well that’s all for match day three’s Premier League action.

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English Premier League, Match Day 2

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Well were off to the races. With an exciting match day one down, match day two had high expectations and it didn’t disappoint. If you missed any of the action here is a brief recap. New signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s brace helped Manchester United to a 2-0 victory over Southampton. Manchester City put on a convincing 3-0 performance against Stoke. Swansea fell 2-0 to Hull. Tottenham beat Crystal Palace 1-0 thanks to Victor Wanyama’s 82nd minute goal. Newly promoted Burnley upset Liverpool, 2-0. Chelsea came back late from 1-0 down to edge  Watford 2-1. Everton defeated West Brom, 2-1. Defending champions Leicester drew 0-0 with last year’s runners up, Arsenal. Sunderland lost 2-1 to Middlesbrough. West Ham and Bournemouth tied 1-1. That’s all for match day two’s EPL action.

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