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Five problems Everton must address in the New Year

Despite going in with high hopes.

Everton’s Premier League campaign has not really kicked off. (more…)

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Mario Balotelli – Why always me?

It is the 70th minute at Anfield.

Liverpool are 1-2 down to Arsenal after Olivier Giroud put them ahead. (more…)

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Will Erik Lamela’s ‘Bale-esque’ winner be turning point‏ for midfielder?

Cutting in from the right hand side onto his favoured left-foot..

A swift dip of the shoulder gave him the half-yard he needed to unleash a curling shot past the bewildered goalkeeper from 25-yards to win the game for the Spurs. (more…)

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Eden Hazard: Overrated or one of a kind?

“I am not here to be a star, to show off.”

“I am here to play for the others. I am not the new Messi. I am Eden Hazard.” Eden Hazard, Chelsea. (more…)

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Away days, back in the day

When you begin a lifelong love affair with a football club,

It usually begins with attending home games at an early age. (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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Is the time up for Arsene Wenger?

No, is the short answer.

The longer answer is as follows. (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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Maidstone United: Making their way back

At 5.30pm on Saturday evening Maidstone United will line-up in front of the BBC Wales cameras,

As they visit Conference Premier side Wrexham in the second round of the FA Cup. (more…)

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Arsenal: Replacing Arsene Wenger

The script has been written for the last few seasons.

Arsene Wenger has to be replaced, because either he’s too old, or doesn’t know what he’s doing. (more…)

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A corner turned for Spurs

Watching our 2-1 win over Everton yesterday..

It felt like a corner had been turned as Spurs secured our first league win at White Hart Lane since early October. (more…)

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Sam Allardyce and Alan Pardew: Proof that patience can be important

Sam Allardyce and Alan Pardew proving that patience and loyalty can go hand-in-hand.

Over the weekend West Ham United hosted Newcastle United and quite remarkably Sam Allardyce and Alan Pardew were both still in charge of their respective clubs. (more…)

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Jack Reynolds: The Englishman behind the Ajax revolution

The world famous Ajax of Amsterdam have had many successful and well-known managers since their formation in 1900.

Recently the holders of the role have read like a who’s who of Dutch playing and coaching superstars. (more…)

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