1. Five of the Greatest Rivalries in World Football

    After the trouble that marred the Carling Cup clash between West Ham United and Millwall, The Sport Review’s Kieran Beckles looks at five of the biggest derbies in world football. Boca vs...

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  2. America, Andy Murray Is Ready For His U.S. Open Close-Up

    To find the last British male to have won a grand slam, one is required to trace back as far as 1936 when Fred Perry claimed the Wimbledon title. To find the only ever British winner of the U...

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  3. The Real Green Street: West Ham United V Millwall

    One could be forgiven for watching, reading or even listening to the trouble which marred last night’s Carling Cup tie and confuse it with a scene from Lexi Alexander’s blockbuster film Green Street (Green Street Hooligans)...

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  4. Premier League Star Lucas Neill Feels the Pinch of Economic Crisis

    One of my most memorable memories from my time spent watching calcio in Italy came when Ireland played the Azzurri in Bari last March. A huge Irish banner read: “F*** the recession, we’re on a session...

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  5. Irish Stars Ready To Qualify For World Cup

    As the Irish team’s training camp in America draws to a close, The Sport Review’s Kieran Beckles caught up with Meabh De Burca and Niamh Fahey to discuss the current state ...

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  6. Aston Villa Defeat A Demoralised Liverpool

    Liverpool legend Bill Shankly famously once said: “Football is a simple game based on the giving and taking of passes, of controlling the ball and of making yourself available to receive a pass...

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  7. Arsenal, Chelsea, and Spurs Maintain Perfect Records

    Arsenal 4 – Portsmouth 1 Arsenal made it 10 goals in two games as a demoralized Portsmouth offered little resistance to the rampant Gunners...

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  8. Will Joleon Lescott Complete the Manchester City Jigsaw?

    Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher predicted the end of ‘thirty years of shear pain’ with things ‘falling into place’ for his beloved club, as one of Manchester ...

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  9. Rooney Brace Helps United Defeat Wigan: A Tale of Two Halves

    Burnley caused a massive upset in midweek when they defeated Manchester United at Turf Moor. Owen Coyle’s men battled to a 1-0 victory despite the best efforts of Wayne Rooney and Michael Owen up front for the Red Devils...

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  10. South African 800m World Champion Caster Samenya Is Innocent Until Proven Guilty

    If nothing else, Caster Semenya has earned the respect of thousands of spectators this week. Showing amazing poise under the intense spotlight which has rightly or wrongly been glaring on her throughout the duration of these World Championships in Berlin.

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  11. Andy Murray Sets His Sights on Becoming World No. 1

    During one of his shows, much acclaimed comedian Bill Bailey once remarked: ‘I am English, and as such I crave disappointment’...

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  12. Burnley Beats Manchester United, Spurs Thrash Hull, Stoke City Demolished

    Chelsea def. Sunderland, 3-1 Carlo Ancelotti enjoyed a second consecutive victory in the Premier League as his side overcame Sunderland to go top of the pile momentarily...

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  13. Lescott's Everton Future Hangs in the Balance, Moyes Should Just Cut Losses

    About 38,000 Toffee fans witnessed their side receive a 6-1 drubbing at the hands of a sharp Arsenal side in the late kick off on Saturday evening...

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  14. Jessica Ennis and Phillips Idowu Claim Maiden Golds in Berlin

    When athletics in the United Kingdom seemed to be floundering, a new darling of the track and field has emerged in this week’s World Athletic Championships in Berlin...

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  15. Is Bristol City Guilty of Cheating?

    "We can put a man on the moon, time serves of 100 miles per hour at Wimbledon, yet we cannot place a couple of sensors in a net to show when a goal has been scored...

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  16. Liverpool Left To Rue Departure Of Alonso

    If Steven Gerrard went to down to Southport for a quiet night out at the Lounge Inn yesterday to drown his sorrows, he would not have been found quarrelling over Phil Collins with the bar staff...

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  17. United and Chelsea on Track As Gunners Go Top of the EPL

    Premier League opening weekend review Aston Villa 0–2 Wigan Athletic Anyone doubting the capabilities of Wigan’s new manager Robert Martinez will have been left impressed on Saturday as his team marched to a comfortable victory...

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  18. Andy Murray Becomes World's New No.2: Beginning of a New Era?

    Scottish tennis sensation Andy Murray today became the first British player to be ranked in the top two of men’s tennis for the first time since the system was introduced as he defeated ...

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  19. 10 Players To Look Out For In 2009-10

    Jack Wilshere. Arsene Wenger is no stranger to nurturing potential talent into finished world-class players. He now has another young prodigy on his hands in the form of Jack Wilshere...

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  20. Previews: West Ham, Wigan, Wolves

    Premier League Preview 18: West Ham United Gianfranco Zola proved a revelation as he took control of the Hammers last season, guiding them out of the relegation zone and to a respectable ninth place finish...

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  21. Manchester City linked with Messi swoop

    According to reports in Spanish newspaper Marca, Manchester City are once again chasing the signature of Barcelona star Lionel Messi...

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  22. Previews: Sunderland and Tottenham

    Premier League Preview 16: Sunderland In Steve Bruce, Sunderland have a manager who has a wealth of Premier League experience under his belt, and one who with the backing of a new ...

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