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Modern football is a relentless beast – it’s literally on 365 days an year, there’s no break even during the summer (thank you transfer window, pre-season tournaments and weird international football schedules) and there’s always the sideshow attractions – the obligatory footballer orgy or someone finding new ways to stick it to the Premier League.

So if you’re fretting that July will be a dry month for football, rest assured that Soccerlens has the extensive coverage not only of the football going on this month but also tons of other fun stories that will keep you in touch with the beautiful game till August and the 2009/2010 season rolls.

Without further ado, here’s a preview of what coming up on Soccerlens this July:

Football Transfers

You can follow all the latest transfer news and rumours this summer one page – our transfers list section. It contains all confirmed transfers for major European leagues as well as a daily transfer news roundup column that not only gives you all the transfer rumours but also tells you which ones are real and which ones are, well, plain BS.

Catch all the latest transfers here: Football Transfer Lists.

Also see: our daily transfer rumours column.

Hot Babes

lucy-pinderIf you thought it was hot this summer, you might want to check out these smoking babes we’ve worked so hard to put up on our Babes section. For months (and months) we have slaved over hundreds of thousands of photos to bring you the very best of what the world of football babes has to offer.

Our offering to you for July – the 50 hottest football fans this side of heaven. Forget the bare beer bellies for this summer, feast on these beautiful gifts from god. Aren’t you glad you love football?

The hottest thing(s) you’ll see this summer: 50 Hot Football Fans

Also see: Soccerlens’ Babe of the Month for July – Ariane Gonzalez.

Football Shirts

kaka_realmadrid_0910-homeFrom the end-season through to the summer, football clubs release new shirts for the upcoming season. It’s soulless corporate swindling, you should never buy a replica shirt, especially one with the sponsor’s logo, players are going to leave your club anyway so why put their name on it, etc etc…

But don’t you want Kaka’s new #8 Madrid shirt for next season?

Soccerlens gives you the latest kits for next season on a single page – whether you want to buy one for yourself, buy a gift for a friend or just want to check out the strokes of genius / madness from kit manufacturers, this is the place to be.

What will your club be wearing next season? Find out: 09/10 Kits

Also see: The SPL 09/10 Kits (more league pages coming shortly).

Summer Football

concacaf-gold-cup-2009It’s not beach football and it’s not co-ed soccer, but it’s still football and there are some big teams flexing their muscles (in club and international football).

In club football you have the World Football Challenge and the Peace Cup, plus Manchester United’s and Liverpool’s tours to the far east. And then there are the preliminary rounds for the UEFA Champions League and the Europa League.

In international football you have the Gold Cup, plus a myriad of World Cup qualifiers.

We’ll be covering as much of the football on display this month as possible, so make sure you’re following Soccerlens via RSS, Facebook and Twitter.

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Ahmed Bilal created Sportslens in 2006. He is a business consultant and entrepreneur who helps businesses identify and overcome their biggest challenges. He’s also the founder of Football Media, an online advertising agency that specialises in sports and male audience targeting, with a monthly reach of 100m+ sports fans in the UK and US. He’s also the previous owner of Soccerlens.com – a sports news site that reaches 3m+ readers / month.