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Manchester United at a crossroads

United’s blip could turn into something far greater if they don’t capture fourth place this season.

Growing up as a young child in the UK in the ’80s, one constant in life was that Maggie Thatcher was in charge and ruled with an iron fist. (more…)

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Leicester City are doomed to relegation but will bounce back

Life back in the Premier League wasn’t ever going to be easy for Leicester City.

England’s top-flight has changed a lot since 2004, the last time the Foxes competed at this level. (more…)

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Title race watch – Manchester City losing ground

Just before next week’s key battle between the top two.

Week 22 round of fixtures presented Chelsea and Manchester City a real test of mettle: Chelsea away to Swansea and City at home to Arsenal. (more…)

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Could Barcelona countenance selling Lionel Messi?

We all love a transfer story.

And which one could possibly be bigger than Barcelona selling an unhappy Lionel Messi? (more…)

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Premier League 2014-15 half-term review

At the start of a new calendar year,

Surely there’s no better time to assess who has and hasn’t enjoyed the Premier League 2014/15 season to date. (more…)

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Arsenal need Wenger reloaded, not revolutions

In the Wachowskis brothers’ sci-fi trilogy ‘The Matrix’,

One of the most intriguing characters is ‘The Architect’. (more…)

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Liverpool need to move on from Mario Balotelli

Liverpool needed to sign a striker, and they picked the wrong Mario.

In a summer when the prolific Mario Mandzukic was available, Mario Balotelli was chosen. (more…)

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Tactical preview – England vs Slovenia

After a shambles of a World Cup.

Things appear to be heading in the right direction for Roy Hodgson’s England. (more…)

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AFC Wimbledon – Beating the franchise

Some football matches are more important than others.

Cup finals, relegation six-pointers and local derbies all mean more than your average game. (more…)

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Jordan Henderson – From Liverpool outcast to vice-captain

A big moment in the career of Jordan Henderson occurred recently when he was named the vice-captain of Liverpool.

It was a monumental occasion for the up and coming English midfielder. (more…)

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In defence of Raheem Sterling

Raheem Sterling has come in for some serious flak in the past 24 hours.

England fans have been upset that the Liverpool midfielder spoke to Roy Hodgson before England’s game with Estonia and told the national boss that he felt jaded and out of form. (more…)

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FIFA: An enemy of football?

In the wake of last week’s Scottish referendum.

Some young scamps took to Twitter, floating the idea that maybe football should seek independence from FIFA. (more…)

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Louis van Gaal’s plan becomes clearer

Manchester United duly registered a first victory against QPR.

However, the R’s were poor just as they were away to Spurs, offering little ambition or resistance. (more…)

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Hull City AFC – A club not a brand

Gareth Edwards examines the situation surrounding Hull City’s proposed name change by owner Assem Allam and why it must be stopped.

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet”. (more…)

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Mobilising against modern football

Times are tough.

The world continues to reel from the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and more and more people are struggling to make ends meet. (more…)

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