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Worlds in motion: Why the Three Lions are capable of roaring in Russia

There is no footballing side on Earth that flatters to deceive quite like the Three Lions.

England has, regardless of what the naysayers claim, always been capable of producing world class players that could start for any nation. (more…)

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Top 5 Premier League Golden Boot contenders

The 2016/2017 season is upon us once again.

And the excitement that comes with it can rarely be described with words for the football lovers. (more…)

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Euro 2016: Roy Hodgson a baffling England coach from start to finish

England 1 Iceland 2.

It is a result which has caused headlines around the world. (more…)

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Euro 96: When football (nearly) came home

For football fans across the globe..

Them few weeks immediately after the season ends are quite frankly horrible. (more…)

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Tough task facing Newcastle United after ill-timed relegation

Now that the tension of the title race has dissipated.

Eyes will all shift to the bottom half. (more…)

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Forgotten foreign Premier League players: Volume 3

Arguably one of the most competitive and entertaining leagues in the world.

The Barclays Premier League attracts some of the world’s biggest and best players with the offer of huge financial rewards. (more…)

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10 worst Premier League Summer signings

Here are the 10 worst Premier League signings from last summer’s transfer window.

They are in no particular order. Is there anyone who you think should be on the list? (more…)

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England’s World Cup post-mortem is futile

On the 28th anniversary of Diego Maradona’s highly controversial goal in the Argentina’s 2-1 over England in the 1986 World Cup quarter-final,

Another well-known Argentine number 10 was enjoying a well-earned rest day. (more…)

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How has Big Sam kept his job?

Like many West Ham supporters this year, I’ve been disillusioned with the football on show at Upton Park.

The football has been underwhelming, unoriginal and generally uninteresting. (more…)

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The alternative league table – Part 3

The idea of this list is to rank Premier League clubs based on who runs each club.

The focus isn’t just on the money that is spent on wages and transfers fees. (more…)

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Top 5 captains of the Premier League era

Shaun Moran examines the most influential leaders to have graced English football’s top-flight since 1992 and selects a worthy list of the top five skippers.

Over the past decade there have been some imperious leaders, born winners and men who have single-handedly propelled their team to trophy success. (more…)

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Southampton: A blueprint for footballing success

There’s only a few days left of the transfer window.

But whilst all other managers are running around trying to get deals done, Mauricio Pochettino is sitting at home with his feet-up, safe in the knowledge that his squad is ready for the coming campaign. (more…)

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All-time Premier League XI

Football has changed beyond measure since the formation of the Premier League in 1992.

Widely regarded as the best league in the world, many great players have graced these shores since; so choosing an all-time XI was going to be a challenge… (more…)

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England squad – time to try something different?

I find it absolutely beyond ridiculous, to the point of questioning my own sanity.

As to why nobody wants to seriously tackle the issue of how the England squad is picked. (more…)

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SAS

The cringeworthy title of this article relates to our clubs newfound ability to form a compatible striking partnership to spearhead our attack;

Something Liverpool have been lacking for too long now. I think the majority of supporters can overlook the media’s tacky superlatives simply out of pure joy at it being a positive LFC story. (more…)

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