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A new challenge for Mile Jedinak as Aston Villa appoint their new manager

Former Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak has a fresh challenge on his hands,

After Aston Villa announced Brentford manager Dean Smith as their new manager. (more…)

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John Terry: ”I don’t really care what other people think”

Outgoing Chelsea captain John Terry says he is not moved by division over his 26th-minute substitution and farewell on the final day of the Premier League season.

The Blues’ 5-1 win over Sunderland, a game which Terry started, signalled the final time the defender would walk onto Stamford Bridge as a Chelsea player. (more…)

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Antonio Conte and Chelsea set sights on 30-win season

With the Premier League title now ticked off the to do list,

Antonio Conte is eyeing up thirty Chelsea wins for the season. (more…)

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England: Out with the old, in with the older?

The announcement of Sam Allardyce’s inaugural England squad..

Brings with it five alterations to Roy Hodgson’s calamitous European Championship selection. (more…)

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Antonio Conte and Chelsea still have transfer business to do

Felipe Luis As the headline-grabbing, perfectly hash-tagged, music video accompanied signings of John Stones and Paul Pogba reverberate around British football.

The Premier League seems to have been julienne’d into a dizzying haze of florescent red and sky blue. (more…)

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England ready to buck ‘failure’ tag

England’s consistent under performance at major tournaments has seen the country labelled as ‘chokers’ by the footballing world.

The Three Lions have not experienced success since winning the World Cup 1966, and are yet to win a European Championship. (more…)

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Top 10 biggest Premier League flops of the season so far

With a quarter of the season gone,

We have had enough games to make early verdicts on various topics in the Premier League. (more…)

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The real issues behind Chelsea’s dramatic malaise

Thousands of column inches have been written in the past weeks.

Trying to find the specific reason for the malaise at Chelsea. (more…)

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What’s the best way to develop young footballers?

Chelsea’s large number of youth and squad players has caused uproar amongst the assorted press.

The reality is that Chelsea are not doing anything that other clubs are not doing other than it being highly organised and effective financially. (more…)

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The rising stars of Chelsea Football Club

Chelsea’s 2014/15 season was tremendously successful with the club achieving a domestic double.

Having assured their Champion’s status with three games to spare, the sweet taste of success was intensified after experiencing the agonising failure of the previous campaign. (more…)

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Can Manchester City continue their evolution?

The Sky Blues have fast-tracked their way to the top table of club football.

After revolution comes evolution and now they face the challenge and the realities of FFP. (more…)

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Harry Kane and humble pie

I’ll be honest and say I’ve never been convinced by Harry Kane.

But yesterday, in our 5-3 win over Chelsea at White Hart Lane, he proved me wrong and looked the real deal. (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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Why England will never be a force in international football

It’s international break right now and I started thinking about weather England will ever be a force in international football.

My feeling is that I will never see England win anything in my lifetime. (more…)

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How England’s young brigade can prosper

As this glorious World Cup continues, football fans worldwide are constantly enthralled by the magic of football.

For the past two-and-a-half weeks we have been treated to great goals, games and drama. (more…)

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