1. Making the Cut: Manchester United's Contenders for 25 Squad Places

    Manchester United have had a large squad since time itself began; the logic for many managers is that a larger squad is essential to be competitive on multiple fronts...

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  2. FIFA World Cup Dismal Degeneration: It Can Only Get Better for England

    Well, another World Cup ends in disappointment for England. Another team that we were promised was so good, has once again left us wanting. But there are many positives...

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  3. The 'Should I Stay or Should I Go?' Dilemma for James Milner

    James Milner has certainly been stirring waves this season. During the opening months of the 09-10 campaign, he was praised for his play down the right, with many commentators picking up on his high work rate, good delivery, and calm temperament...

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  4. A Bleak Future for The Premier League?

    The picture you see here may well represent the growing international opinion of the once glorified Premier League. Last season, England had three Champions League Semi-finalists, and boasted an embarrassment of talent and wealth...

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  5. Wes Brown Injury Scan Spells Relief for Manchester United and England

    Wes Brown has never been a celebrity player for Manchester United. For a player rubbing shoulders with the likes of Paul Scholes, Wayne Rooney, and Ryan Giggs for an entire career, it is very difficult to make a mark...

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  6. Mr. Capello, Please Boycott Theo Walcott

    Last night, I had the pleasure of watching Arsenal's youngster's take on Olympiakos and lose 1-0. Wenger should have been mainly pleased with his team's performance, considering that the only real regular faces were those of Song and Walcott...

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  7. The Premier League: Fairer and More Competitive?

    This Premier League season was set to be an intriguing one before it even started. Manchester City's overspending, Ronaldo's overdue departure and Arsene's over-vocal critics all left us watering ...

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  8. Manchester City's Little Problem

    About a month ago, I was one of those who said "City aren't up to it," "they'll fall at the first hurdle," etc. I'll be the first to admit it; I was wrong...

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  9. England Trash Croatia: My Rant On The Team

    Well, I'm sure you all saw the score..........England 5, Croatia 1. What a great way to avenge the demons of their last Wembley meeting, made all the sweeter because it guarantees them a place in South Africa next year...

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  10. What Can We Learn From Everton's Joleon Lescott Saga?

    Every year it seems that there is at least one transfer that blows up in the faces of the parties involved. This year is no different; whilst last year's pursuit of Cristiano Ronaldo by Real ...

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  11. Five People Who Give Football a Bad Name

    The beautiful game, as it is called, has been soured numerous times over the decades by controversies, insults, over-competitiveness - you name it, it has probably happened...

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  12. A Look at The EPL Transfer Window So Far

    The most frantic part of the transfer window is drawing to a close, and the squads that are assembled now will most likely stay similar until January, with maybe a few more signings in August...

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  13. Childish Antics Between Chelsea—Manchester United Ruin Charity Event

    I'm sure that I'm not the only one who flicked through the various highlights of yesterdays Community Shield. Such a wonderful event it is, you might say. Every season, two of England's biggest teams compete and the proceeds go to charity...

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  14. The Fulham Factor: Perpetual Underdogs?

    With the transfer window hotting up or dying down, depending on who you support, speculation continues for followers of the Premier League as to who will go the final distance in the Premier League...

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