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Ten things you didn’t know about the League Cup

West Ham face Arsenal in the quarter-final of the Carabao Cup.

Here are 10 facts about the League Cup. (more…)

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A guide to Wembley Stadium pubs and bars

Are you planning a visit to Wembley Stadium to cheer on your team?

And you would like to find the best places to enjoy a pint (or three) before the big match? Well you’re in luck here’s our guide to Wembley Stadium pubs and bars. (more…)

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Tottenham Hotspur 2014-15 end of season review

As the dust settles on another campaign, will the fans of Tottenham Hotspur be happy?

Was 2014-15 a success? Did they see progress under yet another new gaffer? (more…)

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Premier League managers: Reality vs expectations

All football fans have to weigh up their expectations and their realism in regards to their football team

.. and to an even greater degree so do the owners of said football clubs. (more…)

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Arsene Wenger must win FA Cup or risk losing his job

After a commendable 1-1 draw against one of world football’s powerhouses in Bayern Munich..

Arsene Wenger’s side can return to London buoyed with hope that 2014 could be the year they break their trophy drought. (more…)

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Who will be relegated in the Premier League run-in?

With all teams except Sunderland in the bottom eleven of the Premier League having played at least 28 games, the battle against relegation is beginning to take shape.

Eleven points separate West Ham in 10th and Southampton in 9th, with the Saints already surpassing the magic 40 points total that generally sees you survive. (more…)

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League Cup final preview – Manchester City vs Sunderland

The League Cup, the other cup, the Mickey Mouse Cup.

For those associated with teams that have been eliminated, English football’s second domestic knockout competition has long been treated as a farce. (more…)

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Tottenham Hotspur, square pegs, round holes

It’s hard to separate the personal feelings of a life-long supporter from those of a realist.

Being a Tottenham Hotspur supporter my entire life, I am used to the roller-coaster ride that comes with it. (more…)

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Gus Poyet has revived a stuttering Sunderland outfit

Darren Ash gives Sunderland Football Club due praise after dragging themselves out of the relegation zone and securing a place in the League Cup final.

A week on from Sunderland’s dramatic League Cup semi-final win over Manchester United, the hype on Wearside is alive and kicking. (more…)

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The alternative league table – Part 4

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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Roberto Di Matteo: His journey so far

Roberto Di Matteo was born in Schaffhausen, Switzerland to Italian parents in 1970.

He has enjoyed a remarkable journey in football since first appearing for his local club, FC Schaffhausen aged 18, in 1988. (more…)

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Fickle football

Six months ago Liverpool FC’s season was coming undone before a ball had been kicked.

Martin Skrtel and Daniel Agger were both heavily linked with switching Anfield for Eastlands and we would lose our biggest success of our 2011/2012 campaign – our centre-back duo. (more…)

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Premier League 2012/13 Mid-Season Review – Part 4

With the Premier League season more than well and truly underway..

It is time to have a look at each club and how they’re doing and where they’re on (or off!) course to finish. (more…)

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Top 10 Premier League transfer bargains (part 2)

Continuing our three part series of top 10 Premier League transfer bargains of all time, we countdown from numbers seven to four.

We take a look at four foreign imports who became legends at their respective clubs. If you missed it, here’s Part 1 in the series. (more…)

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