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  • Daniel Sturridge of Liverpool celebrates after scoring a goal
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    Last season, Daniel Sturridge and Liverpool strike partner Luis Suarez were the top goalscorers of the Premier League, combining for 52 goals. Suarez finished first with 31 goals, while the 24-year-old Sturridge followed with 21 goals. This season, Suarez is gone. Sturridge, who is now expected to lead the Liverpool offense, now...
  • Goalkeeper Tim Howard of Everton celebrates
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    Tim Howard may be 35 years old, but he's not going anywhere just yet. The Everton veteran had one of the standout goalkeeping performances of the 2014 World Cup, proving that after 300+ appearances for Everton and 100+ appearances for the United States, he hasn't lost a step. Everton manager Roberto Martinez must have been pleased...
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    After falling out of favor last season at Chelsea, Spanish midfielder Juan Mata was involved in a $62 million mid-season transfer to Manchester United, who were languishing in the middle of the Premier League table. Manager David Moyes was hoping that the creative Mata could spark his team to a winning run. Although Mata...
  • Sergio Aguero of Manchester City celebrates a scored goal
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    After a lackluster World Cup campaign, Sergio Agüero could be looking for redemption during this season of the Barclays Premier League. Manchester City fans, along with coach Manuel Pellegrini, know that Agüero is capable of much more when he's at full strength. In his first year at Manchester City, Agüero scored 23 league...
  • (Clive Brunskill/Getty)
    After a standout performance with Chile at this years World Cup, Alexis Sanchez arrives to Arsenal with lofty expectations. The 25-year-old forward is expected to provide depth to a Gunners' strike force that was overly dependent on the form of French striker Olivier Giroud. Skilled on the ball and comfortable playing in...
  • (Srdjan Stevanovic/Getty)
    Cesc Fabregas is back in the Barclays Premier League. But he won't be playing for Arsenal, the London club where he made a name for himself as a teenage phenom. After a three-year stint with Barcelona, Fabregas decided to sign with Chelsea, a talented squad that is one of a handful of clubs aspiring to win the 2014/2014...

  • Don't miss Liverpool vs. AS Roma LIVE on mun2 – Wednesday July 23 @ 7:25p EST / 4:25p PST.
  • Mexico national team coach Miguel Herrera has become a household name. And it's not just for leading El Tri to impressive performances during the group stage of the World Cup, it's for the passion he shows during 90+ minutes of a match. 

  • It's going to be hot at this year's World Cup in Brazil, and these players will make it even hotter.

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