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10 best Premier League Summer signings

We’ve had the 10 worst Premier League signings.

Now here are the 10 best Premier League signings from last summer’s transfer window. They are in no particular order. (more…)

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England’s same old story

Doesn’t it seem like the good ship England sank an eternity ago?

The wreckage has long sunk to the depths of Davy Jones’ locker. We’ve been well and truly thrown into the international abyss. (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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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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Wayne Rooney must not be dropped

Wayne Rooney;

For over a decade England’s hopes in international tournaments have been on his shoulders. (more…)

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Roberto Martinez: More than just a nice guy

Do nice guys finish last?

It is a question that might have crossed the mind of Everton Chairman Bill Kenwright as he handed over the reins to Roberto Martinez this summer. (more…)

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Leighton Baines or Ashley Cole – Who do England choose?

Left footed players have always been at a premium in the English game, to the point where any left footer is almost guaranteed a place in the squad.

So the debate that is currently rumbling on is a refreshing one – who do England choose to play at left back? (more…)

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So, England… not bad, ey?

A good friend of mine and I used to be a big fans of watching the national team.

One of the first tournaments I watched was Euro 96, and that is the England team, full of characters and passion, that I remember so fondly. (more…)

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Manchester United: A look at life post ‘Fergie time’

As opposed to writing individual match reports throughout the season..

I thought I would let the dust settle before jumping into the ring and throwing punches left right and centre on how the new look Manchester United and defending Champions of England have begun the season under new boss David Moyes. (more…)

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Leighton Baines, your time is now

England go into their crucial World Cup qualifiers against Montenegro and possibly Poland without first-choice left-back Ashley Cole.

As the country implodes and people begin to rip up their tickets to South America, I’d like to remind you that there’s a little scouser waiting for his big opportunity with the national side. Let me introduce the unluckiest full-back in England, Leighton Baines. (more…)

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Do United really need Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini?

David Moyes has struggled to make any signings since arriving at Old Trafford.

With Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini the subject of furious speculation over the summer. (more…)

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Possession is nine-tenths of the draw

A satisfactory start to the new season for Everton I feel. Norwich away is a tricky fixture.

Last season we should have done the double over them but for twice conceding late goals after largely being the better side. (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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Who do Manchester United really need to sign?

A lot of the transfer speculation over the past fortnight has been centred around who Manchester United’s new manager David Moyes will try to sign.

With names such as Gareth Bale, Cesc Fabregas and Cristiano Ronaldo being thrown around, Moyes looks like he wants to make a massive statement of intent during this window. (more…)

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Is possession always nine-tenths of the law? Football data analysis

Celtic beat Barcelona 2-1 in the Champions League.

If you did not see the game and looked at the data you would have been confused on the basis that Barcelona had 84% possession and still managed to lose. (more…)

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