January 2, 2014

Goodbye 2013, hello new year!

I'm a little behind on the 2013 recap train, but I wanted to reminisce a little, so I went through my posts over the last year and picked out some of my favorite posts/highlights, etc.
All in all, I think 2013 was great, a lot of personal growth, job change, great moments happening for my friends and family, numerous margaritas inhaled, and lots of Netflix hours logged.
Thanks a million for being a reader of this little bloggie doo, 
and I hope that 2014 will treat us all with kindness.



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  1. Allen eager to make his mark

    Agen Bola terpercaya indo11.com reported,Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen is eager to impress after a frustrating period watching on from the sidelines.
    Allen recently returned to first-team contention at Anfield, having spent two months out with a hamstring injury.
    However, he still faces a battle to gain a regular starting berth, with Brendan Rodgers’ side having impressed in his absence.
    “I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t frustrating at times,” said the Welshman.
    “I’m working hard and waiting patiently for my chance, but Liverpool is a massive club and we are having a great season.
    “The competition for places is really good and you want that at a top club and I have to work as hard as I can to get back into the fold.as reported by Indo Eleven.
    “You want to see your team doing well, especially when you are out injured – the lift you get is from seeing your team doing well.
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  2. Arsenal target available for sale

    Agen Bola terpercaya indo11.com reported,Anderlecht chief Herman Van Holsbeeck has revealed that star player Cheikhou Kouyate is available for sale.
    Arsenal are believed to be leading the chase for the Senegalese defender, while a number of other Premier League clubs are also keen.
    And all the interested sides have received some welcoming news this week as Anderlecht seem ready to cash in on their prized asset.
    “We expect to keep our star players, but Kouyate could leave,” general manager Herman Van Holsbeeck quoted.
    “We know there is interest in him in the Premier League. If a suitable offer arrives he can leave.”as reported by Indo Eleven.
    Cheikhou Kouyate arrived in Belgium as a youngster, joining Brussels in 2006, and it was in 2008 that he signed for Anderlecht on a free transfer.
    The defender has since developed into a key player for the Belgian giants, making 128 league appearances for the club and scoring 3 goals.
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  3. Bystrov set for Zenit exit

    Agen Bola terpercaya indo11.com reported,that Zenit winger Vladimir Bystrov will be leaving the club in January.
    The 29-year-old has struggled for playing time this season due to a fierce competition for places and it appears he will be leaving his current employers in the near future.
    Bystrov has a contract until the end of the season at Stadion Petrovskij, but the club chiefs will not be offering him a new deal.
    Even if boss Luciano Spalletti rates the player highly, everything suggests the experienced midfielder is set to quit Zenit in the January transfer window.
    According to Izvestia, Dinamo Moscow and FK Krasnodar are leading the race for Bystrov’s signature.as reported by Indo Eleven.
    Vladimir Bystrov left Zenit to join bitter rivals Spartak Moscow in the summer of 2005, and despite returning to Stadion Petrovskij in 2009, Zenit fans have never forgiven him for that decision.
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  4. Greece evens to keep seventh clean sheet on the bounce

    Agen Bola terpercaya indo11.com reported,Rock-solid Greece face Romania this evening in the first leg of the 2014 World Cup qualifying play-offs looking to create an advantage before Tuesday’s return match in Bucarest.
    And given the team’s impressive defensive record of late, nobody is surprised that boss Fernando Santos is looking to pay special attention to the defensive phase of the game in the Romania clash.
    “The team made history at Euro 2004 by concentrating on the defensive side of the game. An identity like that is not easy to change,” Santos told FIFA.com.
    “We’ve tried to play a different way, by pressing more and being a little more aggressive, but really we only managed to change at certain times.
    “Then we slipped back into our comfort zone, our defensive strength. It has its advantages, because we concede very few goals, but obviously it makes things more difficult when we try and attack.”as reported by Indo Eleven
    Given that Ethniki haven’t conceded a single goal in last six fixtures, there is a big value in backing the trend to continue at 1/1. Meanwhile, they are the same price to emerge victorious in the first leg and2/3 to qualify for the World Cup.
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  5. Liverpool eyeing Dennis Aogo

    Agen Bola terpercaya indo11.com reported,Liverpool are weighing up move for Hamburg defender Dennis Aogo, according to German daily Bild.
    The Reds have been alerted of the player’s potential and they are reportedly looking to lure him to Anfield.
    And with the defender likely to be available for mere £2.5 million, the Reds are expected to try and wrap up the deal in the January window.
    The 26-year-old has managed to kick-start his career while on loan at Schalke, and the Miners have the option to turn his loan deal into permanent move at the end of the season.
    However, the transfer will fall through if Aogo fails to agree personal terms with the Bundesliga side, meaning that Liverpool can still snatch the defender from under Schalke’s noses.as reported by Indo Eleven.
    The Miners have recovered well from the slow start to the season, winning four of last five matches, and they are available at 9/10 to achieve a top 4 finish.
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