4
Feb

Gunners defender Vermaelen wanted by Zenit St Petersburg

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Thomas Vermaelen has been spending far too much time on the bench and for a player heading to the World Cup in Brazil that can only spell bad news. Zenit St Petersburg could come to the Belgium defender’s rescue with a move this month bearing in mind that Russia’s transfer window closes at the end of February.

And we also have news on Tottenham’s latest target, all at the click of a button.

26
Aug

Roma rejects Premier League club’s bid for Bradley

It’s hard to think of a better edition than today’s Paper Chase which contains some very interesting rumors surrounding the futures of Michael Bradley, Hulk, Wayne Rooney, Samuel Eto’o, Angel di Maria, Mesut Ozil - the list is endless. Click here to find out the latest moves in the transfer window.

6
Jun

INCREDIBLE! HULK LINKED WITH BLUES MOVE

Things are really heating up at Stamford Bridge. The latest name to be linked with the ‘Special One’s’ return is Zenit St Petersburg striker Hulk, while there has been interest from another Premier League club in Bayern Munich defender David Alaba, who recently tasted Champions League success at Wembley. We’ve also got the latest on Leandro Damiao and Fernandinho. Click here for the best gossip from the UK press.

2
May

Friends reunited at Stamford Bridge?

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Could Hulk and Radamel Falcao link up once again at Chelsea? That’s the mouthwatering prospect mooted by one of the UK’s papers should Jose Mourinho return as Chelsea boss over the summer. The pair proved to be an electrifying combination at Porto, then managed by Andre Villas-Boas, but went their separate ways when the Europa League-winning side was broken up two years ago. Click here to find out which other players Mourinho wants and for the rest of the gossip. 

17
Nov

No this actually isn’t a re-blog from Thursday.

Russia’s match between heavyweights Zenit St. Petersburg and Dynamo Moscow had to be abandoned Saturday after yet another ugly instance of fans throwing flares onto the pitch and hitting players. This time the victim is Dynamo goalkeeper Antonio Shunin.

There truly seems to be no end to this madness at the moment. How in the world can fans still sneak in these pyrotechnics every week? And when will soccer’s governing bodies step in to actually do something about this?