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Here are the most hated players in the Premier League



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The Premier League entices fans across the world with its fast-paced, breakneck football, its star power, and its propensity to deliver drama in abundance. England’s top flight is the most popular football league in the world for a multitude of reasons.

One of them is hatred.

As much as we enjoy marvelling at the skill of Alexis Sanchez and the scoring exploits of Sergio Aguero, we enjoy watching the league’s noteworthy villains fail in equal measure. A woeful shot, a red card, being humiliated by a skillful opponent – we love it all, especially when the victim conjures the same emotions as Joey Barton and Robbie Savage in days past.

Here is a collection of the most hated players in the Premier League heading into the 2015-16 campaign.

We’ll start, of course, with the granddaddy of them all.

Diego Costa


A snarling beast of a striker who wears short sleeves and gloves when the weather might suggest otherwise, Diego Costa is the sport’s foremost purveyor of the “accidentally on purpose” stamp, late tackle, or headbutt.

Had the former Atletico Madrid attacker struggled to adapt to the Premier League, misfiring in front of goal, he would have been categorized as a waste of money and nobody would care. Instead, he feasted on supreme service from Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas, pumping in 20 goals over 24 EPL appearances in his debut season.

Ruthless, reckless, and annoyingly talented at finding the net, nobody fills neutral fans with unabashed hatred quite like Costa.

That he was critical in Chelsea’s capture of the league crown last season only helped make him more despicable in the eyes of everyone outside Stamford Bridge.

John Terry

An adulterer – with his teammate’s girlfriend, no less – who has ahistory of racial abuse: no wonder most non-Chelsea supporters loatheJohn Terry.

He also happens to (still) be arguably the best central defender in the Premier League. That makes it so, so much worse.

Olivier Giroud

Jealousy is a hell of a character trait.

The hair. The accent. The suaveness that oozes from his bronzed skin. Did we mention the hair? Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud is, in no uncertain terms, a striking specimen.

No wonder non-Arsenal supporters love to deride the Frenchman whenever he spurns a scoring opportunity, jumping on the chance to spew criticism quicker than a puma springs on its prey.

He can’t help that he’s gorgeous. You can help that you’re green with envy.

Marouane Fellaini

Generally, an awesome Afro would make you more likable, even if you had the talent of an uncoordinated preschooler. You actually have to work exceedingly hard to be disliked with such a hairstyle.

Enter Marouane Fellaini. The abrasive Belgian is hated by Everton fans for joining Manchester United, hated by United supporters for the exact same reason, and loathed by everyone else for his propensity to throw elbows without getting called for it.

It’s not his fault he’ll never justify his £27.5-million transfer fee, but that certainly makes it easy for many to pile on with the vitriol.

Simon Mignolet

Simon Mignolet’s lack of proficiency between the posts burdened the world with watching the hapless Brad Jones. For this, the Belgian shot-stopper deserves endless scorn.

In this endeavour, the football world has joined together to answer the call.

In fact, Liverpool supporters are leading the charge.

Emmanuel Adebayor

The list of nameplates plastered under the “Enemy No. 1” sign at the Emirates is extensive: Gael Clichy, Robin van Persie, everyone on Tottenham.

Emmanuel Adebayor, however, doesn’t have a plaque. The Togolesepylon striker has his very own statue.

Naturally, he now plays for Tottenham – though the actual playing part is somewhat of a misnomer, considering he spends more time stapled to the bench than a third-choice goalkeeper.

Ryan Shawcross

Newsflash: People don’t like it when you snap a talented midfielder’s leg like a twig, then continue to throw your body around recklessly at the peril of everyone around you. Go away, Ryan Shawcross.

Source: Thescore.com

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Photos: Uganda Cranes Goalie Salim Jamal Ties Nikah With Girlfriend



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By BigEyeUg Team

Uganda Cranes and Al-Hilal goalkeeper has finally officiated his bonking sessions with longtime girlfriend amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The talented shot-stopper has finally tied a knot with the apple of his eye in Muslim marriage known as ‘Nikah’.

The love birds’ plans could not be stopped by the ongoing lockdown as they instead respected the Ministry of Health and Presidential guidance of holding a scientific marriage ceremony.

See photos;

Omar Jamal Salim Magoola (born 27 May 1995), commonly known as Jamal Salim, is a Ugandan footballer, who plays for Al-Hilal Club in Sudan.

Salim has played club football in Uganda for Express FC and the Kampala Capital City Authority FC.

He was signed by Express FC after the Inter regions tournament in 2011, which was won by his team Central.

In 2012, he was attending Kampala University as a firstyear student undertaking a degree in human resource management and was one of the nominees for Bell Super League goalkeeper of the year.

He made his international debut for Uganda on 10 July 2012 against South Sudan.

Congratulations Jamal!

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Convenient access to livescore results from all over the world now available



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By Staff Writer

Thanks to the development of modern technologies, monitoring of the latest data has become much easier. All livescore results of sports confrontations are now available to fans on the website of sports statistics. They can study them for free.

In the German championship, it is time for decisive matches, and the most interesting confrontations are held, of course, for the title. The main contenders for it are Bayern and Dortmund Borussia. Both teams are now in good shape, so there is no doubt that at the finish the fans will witness a tense struggle for the coveted reward.

You can follow livescores of all standoffs of this team and their rivals on the website of sports statistics. Here all information is updated in real-time.

Despite the fact that Bayern Munich is considered a favourite in winning the title, it is definitely not a reason to give up on Borussia. The club is hungry for victories and is able to demonstrate it’s their skills at the crucial point in the tournament to finally win the title. The last time the Bumblebees were crowned champions was during times of Jurgen Klopp’s coaching.


Do they have enough experience this time to demonstrate their maximum at the finish line and earn the title? The answer to this question will be found only on the football field.

All yesterday soccer results in a convenient format

In any case, fans are able to can follow the progress of the fight for the German title on the website of sports statistics. Here, users are given access to all yesterday soccer results, upcoming matches, and more.

Going back to Borussia Dortmund, it can be mentioned that even despite the lag behind Bayern in the standings, a number of factors play in favour of this team. For instance:

  • good atmosphere within the team;
  • its great teamwork;
  •  high level of professionalism of players.

Thanks to this, the club looks whole. This helps it to achieve the desired result.

Individual skills of leaders who can decide the fate of a game. It is enough to assess excellent condition of, for example, Holland to understand that the current Borussia is able to beat any opponent.

Coaching experience. This season, Lucien Favre managed to correctly distribute forces of his athletes over a long tournament distance, which should help the club to have a successful ending of the season.

In any case, fans will be able to find out all yesterday’s soccer results and much more on the website of sports statistics. It is convenient to follow not only matches of top leagues but also dozens of other national competitions.

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Football today results of the Champions League



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By Staff Writer

Detailed analytics of the events of the main club European tournaments allows you to place winning bets. Also, if you study the football today results, you will be able to easily identify a favourite of a competition. The bookmaker provides all the necessary information for this. Its Internet site publishes the findings of experts, as well as relevant information from sports arenas.

High odds allow you to place the most profitable bet. Predictions for football are really popular on the site. Particular attention is paid to the leading European clubs, which are known to a wide range of fans all around the world. Thanks to this platform, they are able to bet on their favourites. Also, you can share your impressions and ideas about future matches on the presented online platform.

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If you want to place a bet right now, you must first study today’s football results. The bookmaker offers the latest and most reliable information. 

Profitable betting on score live yesterday

You can monitor forecasts with the help of expert advice, who analyze performance of both participants of famous tournaments and little-known teams. When viewing score live yesterday, you can find information about such clubs as:

  • Bayern;
  • Chelsea;
  • Barcelona;
  • PSG;
  • Juventus, and more.

The office is especially focused on matches of teams from Africa, but games in the Champions League are also not left without attention. You can get acquainted with the opinion of experts in the statistics section. It provides information on popular sporting events in Africa, as well as forecasts for major Champions League tournaments. This is a great opportunity to win big money without leaving home.

Football is a prestigious sport, and many athletes want to participate in such competitions, but this is not always possible. There are no rigged matches here, with the exception of some little-known clubs, who are not very interesting to the public.

All fans can access reliable yesterday live scores. Their careful study allows you to invest as profitably as possible. The data on the site are constantly updated, so changes need to be monitored constantly. The latest information about the future confrontation makes it possible to determine the optimal amount of bets.

You can join the team of professionals already today. Do this, it is enough to register an account in the reliable office and place a minimum deposit so that your betting starts to be profitable. 

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Sports Condition Across Africa



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By Staff Writer

The world of sport has ground to a halt during this pandemic. That’s one of the biggest global changes to occur, and it’s affecting countless lives, particularly those of the competitors themselves. Very few sports are still continuing at present, and on top of this, there is currently no sign of when it’s likely to start up again. To help you get a clear fix on how things are taking shape, we’re going to investigate the condition of sporting events in a few countries within Africa. 


Kenya has taken drastic measures to help limit the spread of coronavirus as much as possible. One of the preventative measures taken was to close down all sports within the country. This has impacted some of the best betting sites in Kenya, as the number of sporting events has dropped significantly. 

While this will obviously reduce the amount of tax revenue the country has access to, and cause other economic hardship, the government obviously sees the health of its people as the more pressing issue at this time. 

In fact, the Kenyan government has taken the drastic steps of not just banning sporting events but banning all outgoing trips for athletes. Any competition that was due to take place outside of the country in the near future has either been cancelled or postponed. 

The original ban was intended to run until the end of March, but at the time of writing, there is no news as to when the ban will be lifted and when sports can start to take place again. 


Uganda is another country taking the threat of coronavirus seriously. At the end of March, it was announced that the whole country would be placed on lockdown for two weeks. This rule was obviously put in place for the good of the general population, but it extends to sporting events as well. 

At the moment, people can’t leave the house unless they have explicit permission from a high-ranking government official. People who run vital stores, such as market traders who sell food, have been told that they are unable to return to their houses and must set up camp near to their stalls. Even pregnant women must get permission before they are allowed to enter a medical facility to give birth.

As a result of this drastic upheaval, sporting events have also been cancelled. Athletes are not exempt from the rulings and they too must stay in the house. Yoweri Museveni’s measure is extreme and ruthless, but with confirmed cases continuing to rise, it has been implemented to try and keep people as safe as possible. 

The lockdown is in place for two weeks initially, but there is no guarantee that things will go back to normal at the end of it. In fact, sporting events might still remain cancelled if the government decides that large gatherings of people should be avoided.


Even though the vast majority of African countries are enforcing some type of lockdown and, at the very least, cancelling sporting events, Burundi hasn’t followed suit. 

Part of the reason for this is that Burundi still hasn’t had a confirmed case of coronavirus yet. Although it might appear that the small nation isn’t taking the threat seriously, it’s actually been quite forward-thinking in its attempts to avoid contamination. 

Burundi has halted the flow of people into the country since the news of the virus broke. It didn’t call up any players for its AFCON qualifier in March and asked the CAF to consider cancelling the qualifiers before any other nation did. 

The thinking behind the refusal to call up Europe-based players was due to a 14-day quarantine that all visitors from Europe to Burundi were required to undergo. On top of this, Burundi has also limited incoming air traffic just to cargo planes. 

It’s unlikely that Burundi will cancel any events that include large gatherings until there is a confirmed case. While the approach of the Burundi government has been different to that in many other countries, it would be unfair to say it’s not taking the pandemic seriously, as the quarantine rules now in place prove. 

This pandemic is clearly changing the world in different, and sometimes unnerving, ways. People may find dealing with lockdown a little more difficult without access to the sports they love for entertainment and a crucial distraction. Hopefully, the pandemic will be brought under control soon and things will return to a condition we all prefer. That includes the return of sporting events that fans enjoy so much. 

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