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New report alleges Qatar’s 2022 bid sought to sabotage Australian and USA efforts

Qatar’s hosting of the 2022 World Cup has become even further embroiled in controversy,

With a report from the UK’s Sunday Times claiming that the Qatari team bidding for the tournament ran a secret campaign to sabotage its competitors. (more…)

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How grassroots football could be affected by new Premier League TV deal

It’s no revelation that football has become a money-oriented machine since the Premier League’s inception back in 1992.

This priority shift has seeped through from the top to the very bottom of the pool, helping create a wider gap between the elite and grassroots teams. (more…)

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Keep or sell? What should Manchester United do with Marouane Fellaini?

Marouane Fellaini is a player who has come under constant scrutiny since his move to Manchester United from Everton back in 2013.

He was brought to Old Trafford by none other than his former Everton boss David Moyes. (more…)

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Premier League clubs continuing to lower ticket prices

BBC Sport’s most recent Price of Football study has revealed there has been some reduction in the cost of a match day ticket across the Premier League.

The 2016-17 season has seen a 33% price reduction across all tickets, while 53% of tickets remain the same price as last season. (more…)

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Footballers that have used social media to portray their wealth

Recently, Joleon Lescott came under fire for ‘accidentally’ tweeting a picture of his supercar shortly after a huge defeat.

Aston Villa fans were enraged, as the player was on the wrong side of a 6-0 Liverpool loss. (more…)

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Our Jimmy – Coventry City legend

On 19th December 2015,

Sky Blue legend, Jimmy Hill, sadly passed away. (more…)

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Three Lions: Refusing to change

For all the money spent on St George’s Park,

Plus the salaries paid to Roy Hodgson and his staff, the one thing missing was a little change in mentality and some common sense. (more…)

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England’s dreaming – All those years of hurt

When I was a small boy, there were two scarves hung in my room, Coventry and England.

Club and Country, my footballing legacies for life. (more…)

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The problem with England

England, England, England, or actually should that be Inger-land, Inger-land, Inger-land?

Either way, we are once again left shaking our heads as fortress Wembley once more crumbled like a sand castle facing the foot of the beach bully trying to woo the bikini clad babe. (more…)

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How important is one man to a team?

The three massive transfer sagas of this window have been about the destination of Wayne Rooney, Luis Suarez and Gareth Bale.

With all three teams winning their opening Premier League matches and only one of the three players, Rooney actually playing, there are signs that the clubs will be able to manage without them. (more…)

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Manchester United: Stuck in the middle with who?

As United head home from their pre-season tour of Australia and Asia, manager David Moyes faces increasing pressure from the media and fans with regards to new signings.

Having seen Ed Woodward fly home for “urgent transfer business” United fans were expecting a big name to be coming through the door yet nothing has materialised. (more…)

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UEFA – Where’s your head at?

Let me direct you to a wonderful yet disturbing music video from 2001..

It’s from British electronic dance sensation Basement Jaxx ‘Where’s your head at?’ (more…)

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Has player power gone too far? Who dictates modern day transfers?

In many respects football is a world and a law unto itself.

There is no better example of this than the corrupt and murky realm that is the transfer window. (more…)

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Arsene Wenger irks fans with latest interview

Arsenal fans are used to the infamous quotes that Wenger gives every year in interviews and often we find them amusing.

We especially like the way he can wind up other people with the things he says. (more…)

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Are the Gunners set for another long summer?

From the moment the transfer window opened on midnight on the last day of the season ..

The media and social networking sites have been awash with rumours of players that are targeted by Arsenal and even the most sceptical of Gunners have been impressed at some of the names that have been bandied about. (more…)

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