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Beckham takes down field intruder

May 25, 2011 by


David Beckham made the best tackle of his life last night. During a testimonial match for Manchester United legend Gary Neville, Becks tackled/hugged a young field intruder that ran onto the field. The footballing and former Man United legend made the highlight of the night by picking up the youngster as he ran by him […]

Bay Area holds down National Rugby scene

May 23, 2011 by


The Bay Area held it down over the weekend as two of the bigger national rugby games were played. In the Super League final, San Francisco Golden Gate Rugby Club held on for a 20-15 victory over Life University in Marietta, Georgia. SFGG led 17-9 at half and held on for the victory despite only […]

Here’s ya famous GSE

May 17, 2011 by


English Premier League side West Ham United were holding a dinner to celebrate their season’s end. Although the side were relegated, the team wanted to get together to celebrate their hard-fought battle. Team supporters showed up to cheer on their team, but their hooligans got the best of it. Some of the more rough and […]

A Trophy, 2 Ronaldos and a Miss

May 16, 2011 by


Manchester City’s Yaya Toure blasted home a 74th minute goal past Stoke City’s goalkeeper, Thomas Sorensen, to lead his team to a 1-0 FA Cup Final victory. The trophy is Man City’s first in 35 years… In other footy news, Cristiano Ronaldo put home two phenomenal free kicks to tie the LA Liga goalscoring record […]

Man U takes one step closer

May 8, 2011 by


Manchester United defeated Chelsea 2-1 today and are now 1 point away from sealing their record-breaking 19th league title. ¬†United only needs to take one point in their final two games to lift the EPL trophy again. Today’s match was the biggest one of the season as they took on second place Chelsea who needed […]

What is happening to the beautiful game?

April 28, 2011 by


In lieu of yesterday’s disappointing UEFA Champions League match between Real Madrid and Barcelona (2-0, Barca), 756sports would like to present you with a breakdown of what some may call the beautiful game. This article will feature 5 reasons why we should keep believing in footy and 5 reasons why we should start believing in […]

Man United takes on Ze Germans…again

April 25, 2011 by


Champions League Semifinal Preview: Just over a year ago, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson waited impatiently on the Old Trafford touchline as his team battled against German Bundesliga heavyweight Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-finals. It was the second leg of the tie, and Manchester United were nursing a 4-3 lead on aggregate, […]