Category: Domestic News

Why David Moyes should not have been sacked

Posted by Sean Richardson - April 22, 2014 - Breaking News, Domestic News, Premier League
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David Moyes’ reign as Manchester United Manager has come to an abrupt end after just 10 months in charge and giving the side their worst Premier League tally for twenty years. This, in my opinion, is a very unfair statistic to be given to a Premier League manager and one that many journalists and pundits […]

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Liverpool 3-2 Manchester City

Posted by Ben Wills - April 13, 2014 - Breaking News, Premier League
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Liverpool defeated title rivals Manchester City 3-2 at Anfield thanks to Phillipe Coutinho’s late winner on the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster while Jordan Henderson saw red in the second half. Brendan Rodgers’ side opened the scoring with the first chance of the match. Luis Suarez held off Martin Demichelis well before playing a […]

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Yaya Toure- The Best Midfielder in the Premier League?

Posted by Andrew Baxter - April 4, 2014 - Breaking News, Premier League
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In terms of versatility, technique, and overall ability, is there a better midfielder in the Premier League than Yaya Toure? The Manchester City powerhouse has 17 goals in the Premiership this season, with only the formidable Liverpool duo of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge ahead of him. Toure is the highest scoring midfielder this season, […]

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Is Moyes’ Job Untouchable?

Posted by Hesham - March 26, 2014 - Breaking News, Domestic News, European Football, Premier League, Transfer News
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Thus far, despite glimpses of excellence in the Champions League, Moyes has been nothing short of an unmistakable disaster as Manchester United manager. Statistics never lie and this year the stats on United’s nightmare season have been damning. If United are to be competing for the title year in year out like they have been […]

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Confusion and Chaos Reigns At The City Ground Again

Posted by Tony Appleton - March 25, 2014 - Championship
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A 5-0 defeat to their bitterest rivals. Six managerial changes in less than three years. A season that began full of promise but might yet turn once more into one of underachievement. It is clear that all is still not right at Nottingham Forest. The Reds endured a turbulent weekend as they lost the Brian […]

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The Madness of King Billy

Posted by Ian - March 25, 2014 - Breaking News, Championship, Domestic News
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When Billy Davies returned to Nottingham Forest on 7th February 2013, it looked like a homecoming. Despite being just 20 months since his first tenure in the job ended in confusion, recrimination and ultimately the sack, “King” Billy was back. Things should have been different this time round, with new owner and Chairman in Kuwaiti […]

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Rooney Proving He Is Still The Best We Have Got

Posted by Sean Richardson - March 24, 2014 - Champions League, Domestic News, European Football, Premier League, Transfer News
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This weekend saw one of the best goals the Premier League has ever seen and a definite contender for goal of the season. Wayne Rooney’s strike from the half way line against West Ham was nothing short of awe inspiring and when the camera panned to former Manchester United legend David Beckham to see his […]

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Have Chelsea finally found Claude Makelele’s successor in Nemanja Matic?

Posted by Ben Wills - March 24, 2014 - Breaking News, European Football, Premier League
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Michael Essien, Jon Obi Mikel, Ramires. Chelsea have tried and failed to find the man to fill Claude Makelele’s boots since his 2008 departure. While the trio have had relative success in the heart of Chelsea’s midfield, none of them have come close to having the influence Makelele did. In Nemanja Matic though, Chelsea may […]

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Is Champions League Tie Moyes’ Last Chance Saloon?

Posted by Tony Appleton - March 18, 2014 - Champions League, Premier League
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Old Trafford. Wednesday night. Over the last two decades the home of Manchester United football club has been the location for some stunning and memorable football matches involving an English club in Europe, and if David Moyes is serious about the longevity of his position of manager at this most famous of teams he will […]

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Saints nearly slip up in last 5 minutes

Posted by Andrew Wilkinson - March 17, 2014 - Breaking News, Premier League, Transfer News
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In what was a glorious day on the south coast, it should have been wrapped up with glitter on top when Saints found themselves up 3-0 with 5 minutes to go. Schneiderlin opened the score on 5 minutes after a neat pass into the box and empty space was latched onto by the Frenchman to […]

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